As reported by Reuters, the Biden administration recently announced a groundbreaking environmental justice agreement in Alabama, addressing racial discrimination against Black residents of Lowndes County. The first-of-its kind settlement comes after an 18-month federal probe revealed that the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) failed to provide adequate sewage systems and imposed fines on residents
On June 23, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Adminstration (FDA) issued a stunning market denial order mandating that Juul Labs Inc. cease the sale and distribution of all of their currently marketed products in the United States. The extraordinary Order also directs that all Juul products currently on the U.S. market must be removed
Class Action Against University of Michigan Seeks Justice for Survivors of Dr. Robert E. Anderson, to Create Lasting Change at U of M
A new victim of Dr. Robert E. Anderson has come forward in an amended class action complaint against the University of Michigan, seeking to serve as a representative for the thousands of other students who were put in harm’s way by the school physician from 1968 to 2003.
Final Approval Granted to $48.95M Knorr Wabtec Railway Industry Employee No-Poach Antitrust Settlement
On August 26, 2020, Judge Joy Flowers Conti of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania granted final approval to a settlement of the labor antitrust litigation filed by Lieff Cabraser and co-counsel on behalf of railway workers who alleged an illegal scheme by Knorr and Wabtec to improperly avoid hiring each other’s employees to artificially suppress compensation and competition in the related job market.
The Best Lawyers in America has announced its 2021 recognition of outstanding attorney leaders in the U.S., a list that we are proud to announce includes a record twenty-six Lieff Cabraser lawyers.
Lieff Cabraser Files Amicus Brief to Help Economically Disadvantaged Public School Students Receive CARES Act Funding
On August 28, 2020, Lieff Cabraser filed an amicus brief on behalf of public school students from California, Georgia, Texas, and Virginia challenging an unlawful restriction imposed by US Department of Education and Secretary Betsy DeVos on over $16 billion in funds that Congress allocated to schools under the Coronavirus Aid,