Valerie E. Clemen has been named a partner at Coombs & Dunlap, LLP.
Clemen joined C&D in 2019 after working for five years as court counsel for the Napa Superior Court.
Her practice focuses on litigation and business matters, and she represents clients in a wide range of litigation including contract disputes, personal injury, product liability, and employment-related matters.
Valerie received her B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Washington, and her Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings College.
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These Napa County residents are not getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Here's why.
Lower COVID-19 case numbers and growing vaccination protection are making visitors more willing to resume travel.
A hospital spokesperson said the pandemic ravaged revenues of the Providence hospital network, causing a $300 million net operating loss last year.
Following a six-day jury trial in Napa County Superior Court, a jury convicted a 36-year-old Napa man of 17 charges involving child molestation.
Southwest Napa residents are continuing to resist general plan changes that could increase housing density near Foster Road in the next two decades.
An argument escalated into a victim being stabbed with a 6-to-8-inch-long screw, and an arrest on suspicion of assault, police reported.
American Canyon City officials protested a conceptual plan to build a series of six roundabouts to ease Highway 29 congestion.
Non-fungible tokens are hot among collectors. Will they also work to sell high-end Napa Valley wines?
A big construction project is meant to solve Jameson Canyon traffic tie-ups where Highway 12 meets Interstate 80 in Solano County.