Diana’s legal career began in corporate litigation, where she litigated complex business matters, such as anti-trust violation and unfair business practice matters, partnership dissolution actions and commercial disputes before the State and Federal courts. She then changed course and has been practicing workers compensation law for over ten years ago; first at Kegel Tobin & Truce as an associate and subsequently at Gilson Daub LLP as a partner.
She defends employers large and small, as well as municipalities, uninsured employers, and third party administrators across sectors like technology, logistics, consumer products, and manufacturing. Her expertise includes complex matters, as well as covid claims, gig economy employment issues and many others.
Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, cooking, drawing and travel.
‘Long COVID’ Presents Comp Conundrum, BusinessInsurance.com, 9/1/2021
Discerning Need For a Second Covid Workers’ Compensation Claim Form in CA, Law 360, 5/11/2021
Long Haul Covid-19 Claims and Workers’ Compensation, Insurance Thought Leadership.com, 4/21/2021
Linked In Live – Can Employers Make Vaccines Mandatory, 1/28/2021
What Prop 22 Could Mean For The Gig Economy Nationwide, Mashable.com, 11/4/2020
Love Contracts Go Mainstream, Bloomberg Law, 11/5/2020
Future of Uber and Lyft On The Line, Mashable.com, 10/24/2020
The Informed Consent Doctrine: “What’s Good For The Patient, Is Good For The Client.” (LACBA Update December 2005); Co-Author with David B. Parker
Fluent in Russian
United States District Court, Central District of California
United States District Court, Southern District of California
United States District Court, Northern District of California