Wellman and Warren LLP

About Wellman Warren LLP

Wellman & Warren was founded in 1982, and since that time has built a nationally recognized Multi Level Marketing and Business Litigation law practice in a wide spectrum of areas including transactional, corporate, and regulatory.

Superior vs. Home Depot

Wellman and Warren (Scott W. Wellman, Stuart Miller, Derek Banducci) represented Superior Properties who had entered into a ground lease with Home Depot to build a Home Depot store.
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    Anabella Bonfa Presents Trade Secret Seminar to Orange County Business Owners

Anabella Bonfa Presents Trade Secret Seminar to Orange County Business Owners

Attorney Anabella Bonfa presented a seminar to business owners at FastStart.Studio on “Avoiding Trade Secret Violations” on August 1st, 2013.
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    Scott Warren in business development meeting with Bahamian Deputy Prime Minister

Scott Warren in business development meeting with Bahamian Deputy Prime Minister

Scott Warren just came back from a business trip at the Bahamas after meeting with their Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister. The attached photo has the Deputy Prime Minister Phillip Davis.

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    Anabella Bonfa Featured Speaker on Law Practice Issues at Western State University College of Law

Anabella Bonfa Featured Speaker on Law Practice Issues at Western State University College of Law

Anabella Bonfa, who specializes in trade secret litigation at Wellman & Warren LLP, was a featured speaker on March 20, 2013 at Western State University College of Law regarding Law Practice Management and Marketing for Young Attorneys.

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    $27 million awarded against assisted-living facility for negligence in care of Alzheimer’s patient. Sacramento County.

$27 million awarded against assisted-living facility for negligence in care of Alzheimer’s patient. Sacramento County.

Alzheimer's patient, 81, suffers a severe decline in her physical health after only three months in assisted-living facility. Jury awards $27 million, mostly punitive damages.
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Monks v. City of Rancho Palos Verdes

The only victory ever in the State of California of a “Lucas” regulatory taking claim. The case involved owners of 16 residentially zoned lots in Rancho Palos Verdes. The city refused to allow the owners to build on their lots, citing alleged landslide dangers.
By |December 21st, 2012|News, Notable Cases|Comments Off on Monks v. City of Rancho Palos Verdes|

Gammoh v. City of Anaheim

This was a case brought against the City of Anaheim for failure to grant the plaintiff a permit to open his business. It was resolved with the City of Anaheim agreeing to issue the permit and paying the plaintiff $2 million dollars in damages for the improper delay.
By |October 9th, 2012|Notable Cases|Comments Off on Gammoh v. City of Anaheim|

Trump – City Drops $100-Million Lawsuit

RPV — When it comes to Donald Trump and his organization things are rarely done quietly. But in a surprise turn of events, Trump’s organization and the city of Rancho Palos Verdes discreetly dismissed a four-year lawsuit on Tuesday that would have cost the city $100 million had Trump won in court.

By |September 13th, 2012|News, Press|Comments Off on Trump – City Drops $100-Million Lawsuit|

Harper v. Ultimo

In this construction defect case, Wellman & Warren challenged and had the court declare unenforceable a limiting and unfair mandatory arbitration provision contained in a construction agreement. […]

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Pelican Theater v. City of La Habra

In this case, the City of La Habra attempted to close the plaintiff’s business, claiming it was a public nuisance. Wellman &Warren filed a lawsuit on behalf of Pelican Theater, suing the City of La Habra, claiming violation of plaintiff’s First Amendment rights. After 30 days of trial, the City agreed to a settlement resulting in a payment to the plaintiff of $5.2 million dollars.
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