We are pleased to announce that the Daily Journal (subscription) has named Lieff Cabraser partner Sarah R. London to its inaugural list of “Leading Commercial Litigators in California.” The award recognizes attorneys who have been lead counsel on major litigation that has significantly impacted the state. Sarah is one of only 44 lawyers to make the list.
The Journal’s profile on Sarah highlights her role as Co-Lead Counsel and Liaison Counsel for plaintiffs in the nationwide multidistrict Juul e-cigarette fraud and injury litigation. In December 2022, four major settlements with Juul Labs were announced that will provide desperately needed relief for individuals, local government entities, and Native American tribes harmed by the e-cigarette maker.
Congratulations to Sarah on this prestigious and well-deserved recognition!
The full profile on Sarah is available on the Daily Journal’s website (subscription required).
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 2020-2022 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.