Bianca litigates cases on behalf of corporations and individuals in the areas of professional liability defense, employment, healthcare and business. She represents clients through all phases of litigation including discovery, law and motion, and alternative dispute resolution. Through early, thorough and realistic case assessment, Bianca works closely with her clients to develop effective strategies for the successful resolution of disputes and strives to obtain favorable results for her clients short of trial. Whether helping clients further their personal or professional pursuits or advocating on their behalf during difficult times, Bianca’s goal is to provide aggressive, quality and cost-effective representation.
Yolo County Superior Court. Bianca represented an individual in a breach of promissory note action. After entering into an agreement with a concrete polishing company, the company failed to make payments as required under the note. Following a series of failed settlement attempts, Bianca successfully moved for summary judgment and obtained a judgment for the entire amount of the promissory note plus litigation costs.
Professional Liability Litigation
Stanislaus County Superior Court. Bianca defended a hospital and its nursing staff in malpractice action in which plaintiffs sought damages for wrongful death and intentional infliction of emotional distress arising out the death of their mother. Through early motion practice and aggressive settlement strategies, Bianca was able to successfully extract the client from the action and obtain the client’s dismissal with prejudice.
Before the California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. Bianca represented an individual in an unpaid wage claim before the Labor Commissioner and assisted the client in obtaining a judgment for unpaid wages and commissions plus litigation costs.
Licenses and Admissions
Bianca is admitted to practice before the following courts:
All courts of the State of California
United States District Courts for the Northern, Central, Eastern and Southern Districts of California
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
Professional Involvement and Memberships
Wiley Manuel Bar Association, Executive Board Member, 2012-2013 & 2013-2014
Sacramento County Bar Association
Women Lawyers of Sacramento
Federal Bar Association, Moot Court Committee 2012-2013
Sacramento Metro EDGE, Member
Presentations and Publications
VLOG: Employers May Implement Vacation Accrual Waiting Periods
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Guidance on Pregnancy Discrimination: What Employers Need to Know
Wilke Fleury Labor and Employment Newsletter (November 2014) Read More
Employers Cannot Remove PAGA Actions to Federal Court
Wilke Fleury Labor and Employment Newsletter (April 2014) Read More
A Warning to California Partnerships: Partners May Sue Their Partnership for Retaliation Under FEHA
Wilke Fleury Labor and Employment Newsletter (August 2012) Read More
IRS Issues Guidance for Sharing Responsibility Under the Affordable Care Act
Wilke Fleury Labor and Employment Newsletter (March 2013) Read More
2012 Legislative Update
Wilke Fleury Labor and Employment Newsletter (February 2012) Read More
Honors and Awards
Northern California Super Lawyers "Rising Star" (2015-2018)
Sacramento Magazine's Top Lawyers, Employment and Labor (2017)
Lawyers of Color “Hot List”: recognizing 100 early-to-mid-career minority attorneys across the United States who are excelling in the legal profession (2013)
Civic and Community Involvement
Contracts for Success Program at Juvenile Hall, Guest Speaker
Bianca lives in Natomas with her husband and two children. When she’s not chasing around her active toddler, Bianca loves working out and enjoying a good Netflix binge. Bianca also loves fashion and enjoys reading about her favorite designers.