Law School: Georgetown University Law Center
College: University of Redlands
M.J. Fishing v. Underwriters at Lloyd's
Insurance bad faith case which resulted in $5.4 million compensatory verdict after seven-week bifurcated jury trial before U.S. District Judge Schwartz; a confidential settlement was reached during punitive damage phase.
M&F Fishing and C&F Fishing v. SeaPac Insurance Managers & Brown & Brown Inc.
Prosecution of $20 million representative class-action unfair competition claims for restitution against unlicensed Washington insurance brokers
Castagnola v. Sea Pac Insurance Managers & Brown & Brown Inc.
Prosecution of $10 million bad faith and unfair competition claims against Non-Admitted Hull Underwriters and Washington Insurance Brokers
Bank of San Pedro v. Southwest Marine
Obtained $25 million judgment arising out of the sinking of Princess Louise cruise ship in Los Angeles Harbor; prosecution of bad faith claims against Lloyds’ underwriters and General Accident Ins. Co.
Webb & Carey specializes in complex business litigation of insurance, bad faith, broker liability, real estate, unfair competition, commercial disputes, shareholder suits, partnership disputes, receiverships, corporate dissolutions, intellectual property, professional liability, admiralty and maritime claims in mediation, arbitration, trials and appeals.
Trial experience: insurance coverage and bad faith, broker liability, admiralty and maritime — Jones Act, product liability, unfair competition, trade secrets, professional liability.
American Bar Association; San Diego County Bar Association;
Ninth, D.C. and Federal Circuits; U.S. Supreme Court 1983; American Arbitration Association Arbitrator; San Diego Defense Lawyers Association; Who's Who in American law since 1979; Who's Who in California since 1980; Outstanding Young Men in America 1980.
Rosales v. CalTrans
Pro bono prosecution of multimillion dollar civil rights claims for desecration of Native American human remains, assault and battery in eviction of Native Americans from their homes.