Bloomberg Law recently announced its development of the Litigation Innovation Board, which “will provide input and consultation on new products, offer feedback on enhancements to current offerings, and inform the direction of future litigation and analytics solutions.” Lieff Cabraser partner Jason L. Lichtman has been honored as a leading litigator and member of this board that will impact the current and future range of litigation specialties.
“We strive for product excellence and to that end is critical that we incorporate ongoing feedback from litigation practitioners as part of our continual efforts to provide solutions that meet their evolving needs,” stated Darby Green, Commercial Product Director, Bloomberg Law and Litigation Innovation Board Chair. “We are honored that twenty renowned litigators have agreed to join this board and consult with us to guide ongoing enhancements to our existing offerings and development of future products.”
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About Jason Lichtman
Jason Lichtman is a partner in Lieff Cabraser’s New York office with a practice focused on consumer protection and defective product cases. In addition to his trial court practice, he has secured major victories as a counsel of record before numerous federal appellate courts, including Butler et al. v. Sears, Roebuck & Co., and In re Whirlpool Corp. Front-Loading Washer Products Liability Litigation.
Mr. Lichtman has worked extensively to address the challenges of proving uniform damages following Comcast. He has experience with damages both in settlement and litigation, and he has been involved in a range of cases working on damages issues from inception, or after an initial damages model proved flawed. Mr. Lichtman has experience with a wide variety of class-wide damages measures, and has been particularly successful working to prove damages with a combination of survey data and economic analysis.