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Rachel Geman to Speak at Upcoming Berkeley Law “AI and Evidence” Symposium

Lieff Cabraser partner Rachel Geman will be speaking as part of an upcoming Berkeley Law program on “AI and Evidence in Civil Litigation: An Introduction and Discussion of the Issues.” Taking place today, Friday April 12th, this event promises to be a stimulating exploration of the intersection between artificial intelligence and the legal landscape.

2024-04-19T16:56:38+00:00April 12th, 2024|Firm News|

Lieff Cabraser Earns National Recognition as a Law360 “Product Liability Law Practice Group of the Year”

Law360 (subscription) has published an in-depth profile on Lieff Cabraser’s Product Liability Law practice group as part of its recognition of the firm as a 2023 “Product Liability Law Practice Group of the Year.” The honor comes on the heels of our firm’s significant legal victories in two landmark cases: a $230 million settlement with Walgreens over the

2024-02-28T23:09:58+00:00February 28th, 2024|Awards|

Plaintiffs Defeat T-Mobile’s Motion to Dismiss Private Antitrust Lawsuit Over $26B Sprint Deal

T-Mobile will now face private antitrust action over its allegedly anticompetitive 2022 merger with Sprint In June of 2022, Lieff Cabraser and co-counsel filed a federal class action complaint against Deutsche Telekom, T-Mobile, and Softbank Group challenging the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint as a violation of the antitrust laws, specifically the Clayton Act and

2023-11-06T21:31:30+00:00November 6th, 2023|Antitrust, Firm News|

Court Grants Final Approval to Settlement in Kona Coffee Class Action Advertising Fraud Litigation

U.S. District Judge Robert S. Lasnik of the Western District of Washington at Seattle has granted final approval to the latest and last settlement in a lawsuit brought by Hawaii’s Big Island coffee farmers accusing retailers and suppliers of falsely labeling ordinary coffee beans as premium “Kona” coffee.

2023-10-30T20:15:28+00:00October 30th, 2023|Consumer Fraud, Firm News|

Judge Grants Final Approval to Settlement Aimed at Implementing Landmark Reforms in University of Michigan Campus Sexual Abuse Class Action

DETROIT, MI–On August 3, 2022, U.S. District Judge Victoria A. Roberts issued an Order granting final approval to the settlement of the class action lawsuit against the University of Michigan arising out of UofM campus sexual misconduct. The settlement resolves a class action lawsuit filed in 2021 on behalf of current and future UM students led by

2022-08-03T23:08:12+00:00August 3rd, 2022|Firm News, Sexual Abuse|

Final Approval Granted to $38.5M National Grid Abusive Debt Collection Practices TCPA Settlement

On June 24, 2022, U.S. District Judge Joanna Seybert of the Eastern District of New York issued an order granting final approval to a $38.5 million settlement of the long-running abusive debt collection practices lawsuit filed by Lieff Cabraser against National Grid. National Grid owns and operates multiple gas and electric companies in New York, Massachusetts,

2022-06-27T23:20:23+00:00June 27th, 2022|Consumer Fraud, Firm News|

Annika K. Martin to Discuss Crafting Meaningful Settlements at Berkeley Law’s Upcoming 2021 Sexual Harassment in Education Conference

Lieff Cabraser partner Annika K. Martin will be featured as a distinguished speaker at Berkeley Law’s Upcoming 2021 Sexual Harassment in Education Virtual Conference taking place this week, Thursday, October 28 – Friday, October 29, 2021. On day two of the conference (10/29), Annika will speak in a plenary session entitled “Crafting Meaningful Sexual Harassment Settlements.”

2021-10-27T16:36:21+00:00October 25th, 2021|Firm News, Sexual Abuse|

California Judge Certifies Class of 11,000 Former Female Employees in Google Gender Pay Bias Lawsuit

On May 27, 2021, a California superior court judge issued an order certifying a class of nearly 11,000 former female Google workers who allege the tech giant engaged in systemic and pervasive pay and promotion discrimination against its female employees in California, at times paying women thousands of dollars less than their male counterparts. Filed

2021-05-27T23:07:38+00:00May 27th, 2021|Employment Law, Firm News|