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Fabrice Vincent Reappointed as Co-Chair of American Bar Association’s Class Actions Committee

Fabrice Vincent Reappointed as Co-Chair of American Bar Association’s Class Actions Committee

We are delighted to announce that Lieff Cabraser partner Fabrice N. Vincent has been reappointed Co-Chair of the American Bar Association’s Class Actions & Derivative Suits Litigation Committee. Over 1,600 attorneys strong, the Class Actions and Derivative Suits Committee consists of numerous plaintiff and defense bar practitioners, corporate counsel, and academicians interested in class actions and shareholder derivative suits.

The committee’s leadership works to keep members abreast of emerging issues and developments in the class actions area including, without limitation, the following practice areas: consumer, employment, securities, anti-trust, pharmaceuticals and health law, international and mass torts. Membership in the committee is open to all members of the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation. More info and additional resources can be found online on the ABA’s website.

About Fabrice Vincent

A partner in our San Francisco office, Fabrice N. Vincent is a tireless and principled advocate for the injured and the families of loved ones who died in personal injury and wrongful death cases. Fabrice’s cases include aviation accidents, auto and recreational vehicle accidents, cases arising from defective infant and consumer products, dangerous prescription drugs, and faulty medical devices. Fabrice’s practice also includes cases involving environmental toxic exposures, medical malpractice, and international and human rights violations.