P&C Case Highlighted in Law 360 Publication

Ex-NFL Player Owed Disability Benefits By Abby Wargo Law360 (June 2, 2022, 3:44 PM EDT) — A California federal judge found that the National Football League’s retirement board abused its discretion by denying a former San Diego Chargers player benefits for a spinal injury that permanently disabled him. U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline

Congratulations to P&C Attorney Richard L. Grossman as a CLAY Award Recipient!

The CLAY Awards acknowledge California lawyers “for achievements with a significant impact on public policy, the law, the profession, or a particular practice area.” CLAY Awards are regarded as among the most prestigious granted annually for practicing attorneys in California. Read Daily Journal’s Article on our case against Sutter Health: https://www.pillsburycoleman.com/daily-journal-profiles-pcs-case-against-sutter-health-and-clay-award-winner-richard-grossmann/ Clay Award

P&C Partner Terry Coleman Cited in Law360 Article: “NFL Disability Plan Flouted Court Order, Ex-Player’s Atty Says”

Law360, by Ryan Boysen Claiming he’d “never seen anything like it,” an attorney for an injured former NFL player told a California federal court Thursday that the league’s disability program flouted Ninth Circuit precedent and a federal judge’s earlier directive when it denied his client’s request for benefits in a shadowy “sham”