Michelle Lamy To Be a Featured Panelist at Upcoming Stanford Law School “Women in Plaintiffs’ Law” Event

Michelle Lamy Stanford Law Event

Lieff Cabraser attorney Michelle Lamy will be participating in a panel discussion this Wednesday, February 26th, from 12:45-2:00 p.m. at Stanford Law School focusing on “Women in Plaintiffs’ Law.” The event will feature women who practice plaintiffs’ law and work at a variety of private and public interest firms around the Bay Area who will speak about their experiences as plaintiffs’ attorneys. [Read more…]

Lieff Cabraser Partners Sarah London and Robert Nelson to Speak at 2020 Consumer Attorneys of California Seminar in Sonoma

Lieff Cabraser Partners Sarah London and Robert Nelson to Speak at 2020 Consumer Attorneys of California Seminar in Sonoma

Lieff Cabraser partners Sarah R. London and Robert J. Nelson will be speaking at the 2020 Consumer Attorneys of California Sonoma Travel Seminar on Friday March 13th, 2020. Sarah will be featured on the panel “Trial Skills Quick Hits,” where she will speak on the multidistrict Juul injury and marketing fraud litigation, and Robert will be featured on the panel, “Arbitration – Strategies for Keeping Yourself Out and Winning If You’re Stuck In It,” where he will discuss “Avoiding Arbitration in the Class Action Setting.” [Read more…]

Lieff Cabraser Partner Jonathan Selbin Profiled in Modern Counsel

Lieff Cabraser Partner Jonathan Selbin Profiled in Modern Counsel

Modern Counsel has profiled Lieff Cabraser partner Jonathan D. Selbin in a piece entitled, “Jonathan Selbin Levels the Playing Field.” The profile highlights Jonathan’s long legacy of fighting for equal rights, a legacy he says was passed down from his parents who engaged heavily in civil rights work in the 1950’s and 1960’s and in Vietnam War protests in the 1960’s and 1970’s. As Jonathan explains, it was their activism that instilled in him the idea that staying neutral was tantamount to siding with the oppressors. [Read more…]

Daniel Chiplock Co-Authors Piece in Support of the SEC’s Continued Use of Disgorgement for the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance

Daniel Chiplock Co-Writes Essay in Support of SEC Disgorgement Power

Lieff Cabraser partner Daniel P. Chiplock, along with Tyler Gellasch of the Healthy Markets Association and Andy Green of the Center for American Progress, wrote a piece published by the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance in support of the Securities & Exchange Commission’s continued ability to compel disgorgement as a remedy in financial fraud cases. The Supreme Court is set to hear oral argument in March on whether the SEC may continue seeking disgorgement,  compelling giving-up of all ill-gotten gains—in civil enforcement proceedings. [Read more…]

Lieff Cabraser donates goods to Youth Villages of Middle Tennessee

Lieff Cabraser donates goods to Youth Villages of Middle Tennessee

Lieff Cabraser is proud to announce that it has organized an office building-wide drive to collect much-needed household goods for children in need at Youth Villages of Middle Tennessee. The successful drive resulted in the donation of several truckloads of goods including household items, clothing, books, and games. Youth Villages is a national organization that provides support for children and young people who face difficulty in emotional, mental, and behavioral areas. [Read more…]

David Stellings Discusses Plaintiff Perspectives on Multidistrict Litigation at University of Miami School of Law Class Action Forum

David Stellings Discusses Plaintiff Perspectives on Multidistrict Litigation at University of Miami School of Law Class Action Forum

On January 24, 2020, Lieff Cabraser partner David S. Stellings spoke at The University of Miami School of Law’s 2020 “Class Action & Complex Litigation Forum.” David and several other legal experts were featured on the panel “MDL—Who Wants One? Plaintiff, Defense and Judicial Perspectives on MDL Pros and Cons.” [Read more…]

Abby Wolf to Discuss Public Nuisance Law and Its Impact on the Opioid Litigation at Upcoming ABA Conference in Colorado

Abby Wolf ABA Conference Colorado

Lieff Cabraser attorney Abby R. Wolf will be speaking at the American Bar Association’s 2020 Environmental & Energy, Mass Torts, and Products Liability Litigation Committees’ Joint Regional CLE Program taking place from January 29-31, 2020 at The Westin Snowmass Resort in Colorado. Abby will be featured on the panel “Mass Torts Committee Breakout: Public Nuisance Law and Its Impact on the Opioid Litigation and Future Mass Torts” on Friday, January 31st from 10:30-11:30am. [Read more…]

Annika K. Martin to Discuss the USC Tyndall Sexual Abuse Class Action Lawsuit at Berkeley Law

Annika K. Martin to Discuss the USC Tyndall Sexual Abuse Class Action Lawsuit at Berkeley Law

On Thursday, January 23, 2020, from 12:40 – 2:00 p.m., Lieff Cabraser partner Annika K. Martin will speak at Berkeley Law’s Lunch Talk event on the USC Tyndall Sex Abuse Litigation, in which Ms. Martin represents women who were sexually abused, harassed, and molested by former head USC gynecologist George Tyndall, M.D. while they were students at the University of Southern California. Ms. Martin will explore the class action lawsuit and discuss how the recent $250 million settlement represents an important step forward for survivors. [Read more…]

Elizabeth Cabraser, Paulina do Amaral, and Annika K. Martin to Serve as Faculty in March 2020 Duke University Mass Tort MDL Certificate Program

Elizabeth Cabraser, Paulina do Amaral, and Annika K. Martin to Serve as Faculty in March 2020 Duke University Mass Tort MDL Certificate Program

The Duke Law School Bolch Judicial Institute is holding an intensive 3-day mass-tort MDL instructional program from March 11-13, 2020. Faculty will include two Duke Law professors, six experienced MDL judges, and 25 lawyers who have either served as preeminent mass-tort lead counsel or chaired specific-task MDL committees. The program is designed for both plaintiff and defense lawyers looking to transition into the tort and consumer mass-tort field who would like to enhance their ability to compete for MDL committee appointments, and for those more experienced attorneys focused on refining their skills in the field. [Read more…]

Lieff Cabraser Partner Annika K. Martin Appointed to Sedona Conference Working Group Series Leadership Council

Lieff Cabraser Partner Annika K. Martin Appointed to Sedona Conference Working Group Series Leadership Council

We are proud to announce that Lieff Cabraser partner Annika K. Martin has been appointed to The Sedona Conference Working Group Series Leadership Council after serving for the past three years on the Steering Committee of Working Group 1, the Electronic Document Retention and Production group. [Read more…]

Lieff Cabraser Names New Partners for 2020

Lieff Cabraser New Partners 2020

We are proud to announce that Andrew Kaufman, Kelly McNabb, John Nicolaou, Yaman Salahi, and Tiseme Zegeye have been promoted to partner.

Andrew, who works in our Nashville office, has a practice that focuses on financial fraud, consumer protection, and product defect cases. John and Kelly are located in New York City, where John works on securities and financial fraud cases and Kelly has a practice dedicated to holding corporations accountable for injuries that devastate her clients’ lives. Yaman and Tiseme work in Lieff Cabraser’s San Francisco office, where Yaman works on antitrust and employment discrimination matters and Tiseme’s practice focuses on employment discrimination.

Congratulations to all!

Sarah London Appointed Co-Lead Counsel for Plaintiffs in National Juul E-Cigarette Litigation

Sarah London Appointed Co-Lead Counsel for Plaintiffs in National Juul E-Cigarette Litigation

On December 20, 2019, U.S. District Judge William Orrick III of the Northern District of California issued an order naming Lieff Cabraser partner Sarah R. London  as Co-Lead Counsel for plaintiffs in the nationwide multidistrict Juul e-cigarette fraud and injury litigation. [Read more…]

Plaintiffs Secure $35M Settlement With Momenta Pharma in Lovenox Blood Clot Drug Antitrust Class Action

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As reported by Law360 (subscription), the parties in the Lovenox/Enox blood clot drug antitrust lawsuit have announced a $35 million settlement in the class action lawsuit brought on behalf of thousands of buyers of generic Lovenox (enoxaparin) that accused the company and Sandoz Pharmaceuticals of illegally conspiring to prevent other drug companies from competing in the sale of enoxaparin, used in the treatment of heart attacks and to prevent and control deep vein thrombosis. [Read more…]