Leanna Henderson practices civil litigation with an emphasis on business-related disputes primarily with regard to the construction industry. Leanna practices construction defect defense, contract formation, contract disputes, wrongfully denied insurance coverage, indemnity disputes, and mechanics’ lien law, and serves as an associate attorney for Radoslovich Shapiro, PC Attorneys for such matters. Leanna is also interested in alcoholic beverage law, primarily regarding state and local law compliance.
Before becoming an associate attorney at Radoslovich Shapiro, PC Attorneys, Leanna served as a law clerk to the firm for about two years. Prior to Leanna’s law clerk position at Radoslovich Shapiro, PC Attorneys, Leanna served as an extern to the California Air Resources Board and a judicial extern to the Contra Costa County Superior Court, Juvenile Division for Judge Rebecca Hardie.
Represented and defended subcontractor cross-defendants in dozens of construction defect-related lawsuits.
Represented contractors who were wrongfully denied coverage by their Commercial General Liability carriers, and assisted in successfully obtaining coverage and/or indemnity from said carriers.
Leanna is currently a member of the Sacramento County Bar Association and the Association of Defense Counsel. Leanna is also an active participant in the Sacramento Regional Builders Exchange and the Allegiant Giving Partners. In her spare time, Leanna enjoys participating in the various recreational sport teams provided through XOSO Sport & Social League in Sacramento and pouring/drinking wine at her family’s winery in Camino, CA.
Leanna received her Juris Doctor from the University of California, Davis in 2016. While at UC Davis, Leanna was co-chair of the King Hall Wine Law Society, an Executive Editor to the Environs, Environmental Law and Policy Journal, a representative to the Law Student Association, and a proud participant of the King Hall Softball League. In 2013, Leanna earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the University of California, Los Angeles, emphasizing her upper-division studies on the United States Civil War and World War II.