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Mark Chalos to Speak at ABA Conference on Class Actions

Mark Chalos to Speak at American Bar Association Conference on Class Actions

On October 18th, 2019, Lieff Cabraser partner Mark P. Chalos will participate in a panel discussion at the American Bar Association’s 23rd Annual National Institute on Class Actions in Nashville. The discussion is entitled: “How Big is Your Audience? Crescendos and Diminuendos in the Class-Action World.”

Chalos and the other panelists will discuss specific cases that illustrate the way the Supreme Court is dramatically shaping class-action law in the wake of heightened certification standards, class action bans, and no-injury jurisprudence. Panelists will review what these restrictions mean to the collective viability of class-action lawyers, specifically facing the questions of whether class actions will continue to fill stadiums, be relegated to smaller venues, or could they simply fade out?

See the full ABA 23rd Annual National Institute on Class Actions agenda here.

About Mark P. Chalos

The managing partner of Lieff Cabraser’s Nashville office, Mark Chalos represents individuals who have suffered catastrophic personal injuries and families whose loved ones died due to the negligence or misconduct of others. Mark represents counties and cities across the U.S. as well as Native American tribes and health organizations in the national opioids litigation. He is serving as part of the national case leadership in these cases, including preparing bellwether cases for trial.

Through jury trials, Chalos has held wrong-doers accountable, including representing 32 school children who were videotaped undressing in their school locker room ($1.28 million jury verdict) and a young woman who suffered a severe brain injury in a car wreck (nearly $4 million jury verdict). He also obtained an $8 million arbitration award on behalf of a business client, and overall has obtained millions of dollars in settlements for families who have been harmed by wrongful conduct.