Wargo French is proud to announce that we are partnering with National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF) to host a CLE in our Los Angeles office focused on diversity in the legal profession. We are looking forward to this incredible discussion with our impressive panelists!
Wargo French proudly sponsored this year’s Feast with the Beasts, Zoo Miami Foundation’s signature event supporting wildlife conservation and community education. A special thank you to our colleagues and friends who attended for helping us support our local South Florida community. It was a great event!
On Saturday, March 2, 2019, Wargo French participated in the 2019 Cycle for Survival in Los Angeles to combat and cure rare forms of cancer. It was an amazing ride supporting a great cause and the firm nearly tripled its fundraising goal! Thank you to our friends and partners Alexandra Thomas Shapiro and Kim Fertman for joining us!
Vernon M. Strickland, a partner in our Atlanta office, was featured in the Valley Times-News for his service as guest speaker at the City of West Point’s Black History Month program. Vernon was honored by the Mayor and City Council for his support of the community and his words of strength and hope during the celebration. Wargo French is proud to have Vernon part of the team!
Wargo French had the pleasure of participating in the NAMWOLF 2019 Driving Diversity & Leadership Conference in New Orleans. It was a great event! Laurie Selkowitz from our Los Angeles office was the moderator of the Transactional PAC CLE panel titled “Risky Business: Legal and Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence.” Wargo French attorneys also engaged with attorneys from other NAMWOLF firms and various in-house counsel on the subject of driving diversity and inclusion, and shared some best pra
Law360 reported on a complaint filed by Wargo French for an insurance company client, seeking a pre-verdict declaration that there was no bad faith failure to settle because the policy limit demand was hollow. The matter was initiated by our Los Angeles office, attorneys Christina Roberto and Raymond Tittmann. “The good faith covenant should not be treated as a tool of manipulation; settlement demands should only be made with a genuine inte