Lieff Cabraser is committed to achieving justice for our clients through class actions and individual lawsuits. We are among the largest law firms in the U.S. that only represent plaintiffs. Since our founding in 1972, we have helped recover over $97 billion in verdicts and settlements for our clients nationwide. Learn more.

Current Cases

Practice AreaCaseIssue
Antitrust & Intellectual Property
  • The complaint charges that the defendants conspired to unlawfully fix and raise the prices in the U.S. for electrolytic and film capacitors.

    Global price-fixing conspiracy
Consumer Protection
  • Lieff Cabraser represents consumers who have received automated debt collection, marketing, or other harassing pre-recorded calls to their cell phones without consenting to receive these calls.

    Unsolicited cell phone calls & text messages
Defective Products
  • The complaints charge that many popular front-load washers sold nationwide from 2001 to 2008 are defective because they accumulate mold. Consumers have been forced to buy additional products sold by the manufacturers to try to remedy the problem.

    Defective design, mildew growth
Digital Privacy & Data Security
  • Lieff Cabraser represents individuals in a class action lawsuit against Anthem for its alleged failure to safeguard and secure the medical records and other personally identifiable information of its members.

    Failure to safeguard confidential records
Employment Law
  • The complaint alleges that Goldman Sachs has engaged in systemic and pervasive discrimination against its female professional employees in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the New York City Human Rights Law.

    Gender Discrimination
  • The class action complaint alleges that Microsoft has engaged in systemic and pervasive discrimination against female employees in technical and engineering roles with respect to performance evaluations, pay, promotions, and other terms and conditions of employment.

    Gender Discrimination
Environmental Litigation
  • We are representing individuals, property owners, and business owners along the Gulf Coast seeking compensation for lost business and decline in property values in litigation against BP.

    Multi-state environmental disaster
False Claims Act
  • Lieff Cabraser, with co-counsel, represents four whistleblowers bringing claims on behalf of the U.S. Government and various states under the federal and state False Claims Acts against Cephalon, Inc., a pharmaceutical company.

    Off-label marketing & kickbacks
Personal Injury
  • Benicar lawsuits filed by patients represented by Lieff Cabraser charge that Benicar was insufficiently tested and not accompanied by adequate instructions and warnings to apprise patients of the full risks and side effects associated with Benicar use.

    Drug side effects
  • Lieff Cabraser represents injured patients across the U.S. and families whose loved ones died in a case about a medical device intended only for temporary use but is often left permanently in patients exposing them to blood clots, hemorrhages, heart attacks, and other life-threatening injuries.

    Dangerous blood filters
Securities & Investor Fraud
  • Lieff Cabraser is counsel for proposed class representatives in the securities class litigation concerning Facebook's initial public offering in May 2012.

    Material misstatements & omissions in connection with IPO
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Practice AreaCaseResult
Antitrust & Intellectual Property
  • The combined settlements in this landmark litigation constitute the largest resolution in history of antitrust claims in the employment setting, on either an aggregate or per-class-member basis.

    $435 million in settlements
Consumer Protection
  • Lieff Cabraser served as Plaintiffs' Liaison Counsel and on the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee in Multi-District Litigation charging that Chase Bank violated the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing by unilaterally modifying the terms of fixed rate loans.

    $100 million settlement
Defective Products
  • In approving the settlement, the Court stated, "I want to thank counsel for the ... very effective and good work ... it was carried out with vigor, integrity, and aggressiveness with never going beyond the maxims of the Court."

    $650 payment or $1,300 certificate for purchase of new car
Employment Law
  • After seven years of hard-fought litigation, the U.S. District Court in July 2013 granted final approval to a $29.75 million settlement on behalf of 12,700 foreign nationals. The ground-breaking case against Tata, one of India’s largest corporations, charged the company with violating U.S. labor laws.

    $29.75 million settlement
Environmental Litigation
  • Lieff Cabraser served as Co-Lead Counsel for homeowners, golf course companies and other property owners in a nationwide class action lawsuit against E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, charging that its herbicide Imprelis caused widespread death among trees and other non-targeted vegetation across the country.

    Nearly $400 million in claims paid
False Claims Act
  • With co-counsel, Lieff Cabraser represented the whistleblower and the California cities, counties, and school districts that intervened in the sui

    $77.5 million settlement
Personal Injury
  • We represented parents whose infants died or suffered grave injuries linked to Simply Thick, a thickening agent for adults that was promoted to parents, caregivers, and health professionals for use by infants to assist with swallowing.

    Confidential settlements
Securities & Investor Fraud
  • The firm's clients and class representatives in the consolidated litigation included the Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund, the School Employees Retirement System of Ohio, and the International Union of Operating Engineers, Stationary Engineers Local 39 Pension Trust Fund.

    $504 million in settlements including $335 million in customer class
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