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ANEETA MISHRA

EDUCATION

ANEETA MISHRA received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Bachelor of Science in Biology degrees from University of California, Irvine. She received her Juris Doctor degree from Western State University College of Law in Fullerton, where she graduated cum laude; served as Editor of the Law Review; recognized for outstanding academic achievement, earning a spot on the Dean’s Honor Roll for four out of six semesters; and received a Witkin Award for Academic Excellence in Negotiations. Ms. Mishra was admitted to practice in California in 2006.

BACKGROUND

Ms. Mishra is a Partner at Samuelsen, Gonzalez, Valenzuela & Brown. She represents insurance carriers, self-insured employers and public entities in all aspects of workers’ compensation defense. She currently works out of the firm’s Newport Beach office.

Before joining the firm as a Partner, Ms. Mishra worked as a Counsel at another defense firm in Fullerton; Managing Partner at Samuelsen, Gonzalez, Valenzuela & Brown in its Encino office, and Associate at the firm’s Newport Beach office; Staff Counsel at a private equity consulting firm in Los Angeles; and In-House Counsel at Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. in San Bernardino.

PUBLICATIONS

The Rate of Terminal Nucleotide Loss from a Telomere of the Mosquito Anopheles Gambiae, Insect Molecular Biology Journal (2001), M. F. Walter, L. Bozorgnia, Aneeta Mishra and H. Biessmann.

ROBERT MOORE

EDUCATION

Robert Moore received his Bachelor’s Degree in French with a minor in International Studies from Eastern Kentucky University. He received his Juris Doctorate from Thomas Jefferson School of Law where he graduated with honors also earning a Certificate in Global Legal Studies. His course of study included summer study abroad in Nice, France which notably included a course in Comparative Constitutional Law co-taught by the late Antonin Scalia. While in law school, Mr. Moore also served as an officer of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society. He competed in, and later coached the Alternative Dispute Resolution Team, and participated in the Inter-American Human Rights Moot Court.

BACKGROUND

While in law School Mr. Moore also worked as a law clerk for the two summers not spent studying abroad in Nice. Following his admission to the California Bar, Mr. Moore began working as an attorney representing clients in Superior Court handling injury cases, and subsequently began handling work comp injury claims. He obtained favorable results for his clients in the majority of his 8 jury trials in Superior Court. Mr. Moore transitioned to worker’s compensation defense in September 2010 and has represented carriers, employers and TPAs since. In handling the defense of workers compensation claims, Mr. Moore has aggressively sought and obtained early settlement on the majority of cases, and when necessary has successfully litigated many cases through trial, to Finding and Orders that Applicants and Lien Claimants “take nothing.” Mr. Moore has also successfully handled third-party credit issues, contribution/reimbursement/restitution, and other issues ancillary to workers compensation defense.

FEBRUARY 2018

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