LAGUNA HILLS - When a Wellman & Warren LLP client ran up a bill of more than $1 million in attorney fees and suddenly couldn't pay, the fledgling firm found itself in a sticky financial situation.
Anabella Bonfa, a 1994 graduate of Western State University College of Law and member of Rotary Club of Irvine, received the Rotary International Vocational Service Leadership Award on January 20, 2014.
Wellman & Warren co-sponsored the Irvine Rotary’s January 26, 2014 Bowling Fundraiser at Lake Forest Lanes. Attorney Anabella Bonfa and her husband, Michael, and son, Anthony, age 10, took part in the fundraiser.
Bimali Walgampaya of Wellman & Warren is very proactive within her community, consistently volunteering for many organizations, including The Blue Bell Foundation for Cats located in Laguna Beach, CA.
Catastrophic injury can occur to any part of the body, such as loss of limbs, devastating back and spine damage, severe head or neck trauma and/or other permanent functioning disabilities.
Scott W. Wellman and his fellow attorneys from Wellman & Warren LLP, went about spreading holiday cheer through the delivery of a various number of gifts to Camp Pendleton over the weekend!
Attorney Anabella Bonfa sponsored Thanksgiving dinner for Marines Jesse and Kirk through the Camp Pendleton YMCA sponsor program.
Anabella Bonfa Returns to Law School Alma Mater to Speak on Intellectual Property and Trade Secret Litigation
FULLERTON, Calif. – On Nov. 7, Anabella Bonfa of Wellman and Warren LLP was welcomed back by her alma mater, Western State College of Law, where she delivered an intriguing presentation to over 30 students
Wellman and Warren LLP made a donation to the Orange County Hockey Club Pee Wee B team in an effort to help send the team to a President’s Day tournament to take place in February of 2014 in Colorado Springs.
Attorneys Bimali Walgampaya and Anabella Bonfa volunteered at Irvine Animal Care Center’s Home for the Holidays Event on December 8, 2013, where more than 200 needy pets were adopted, including dogs, cats and rabbits.