Lieff Cabraser partner Sarah R. London will be featured as a distinguished speaker at the 60th Annual Consumer Attorneys of California Convention taking place November 18-21, 2021, in San Francisco at The Palace Hotel. On day three of the conference (11/20), Sarah will speak during the MCLE session entitled “Navigating Through The Perils Of Class Actions And Mass Actions,” where she will present on the topic “Mass Tort Or Class Action: Choosing Your Adventure.”
The convention will feature a keynote speech by Ben Crump and MCLE sessions over the course of three days covering a diverse set of topics including: “Litigating Police Abuse Cases From Pleadings Through Trial: Nuts, Bolts, And The Secret Sauce,” “Sexual Abuse And Harassment Cases: From Survivors To Systemic Failures” “How To Win Your Case In Opening Statement,” among others.
For more information regarding speakers, agenda, and registration, visit the CAOC website.
About Sarah R. London
A member of the Consumer Attorneys of California Convention Leadership Committee and a partner in Lieff Cabraser’s San Francisco office, Sarah R. London is a determined, skilled, and experienced advocate for the injured, employees, and consumers. She is experienced in all aspects of trial work, from drafting and arguing motions in limine, opposing Daubert challenges to plaintiffs’ experts and deposing defendants’ experts, and serving as lead trial counsel to writing successful post-trial and appellate briefs. Sarah’s case work involvement includes: the Florida Tobacco litigation, Zofran Infant Injury lawsuits, the Toyota Sudden Acceleration litigation, the Norvir antitrust case, Pacific Fertility Clinic Egg and Embryo Preservation Failures, the Gilead HIV Drug Kidney & Bone Injuries litigation, and the nationwide multidistrict Juul e-cigarette fraud and injury litigation. A 2020 Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers Rising Star for eight consecutive years and 2015 finalist for the Consumer Attorneys of California Streetfighter of the Year Award, Sarah has held multiple leadership positions in CAOC.