LCHB Partner Sarah London provides update on CooperSurgical litigation in Law.com

Sarah London was recently featured in a Connecticut Law Tribune article outlining the state of play in the litigation against CooperSurgical over its defective IVF solution and reinforcing our commitment to our clients’ interests in and out of the courtroom. To learn more, read the article here: https://www.law.com/ctlawtribune/2024/05/16/with-jurisdiction-at-issue-coopersurgical-litigants-to-try-mediation/

2024-05-17T16:28:37+00:00May 17th, 2024|Personal Injury|

Partner Sarah London Highlights Fertility Industry Failures in Op-Ed

Sarah London, Lieff Cabraser partner and leader of the firm’s fertility practice, wrote an opinion piece published in the San Diego Union-Tribune on recent fertility legislation, the fertility industry at large, and the increasing number of safety failures within this space. Her piece offers helpful insights for those considering fertility assistance and what they need

2024-05-16T20:04:00+00:00May 16th, 2024|Personal Injury|

Couple Whose Embryos Were Destroyed By Defective IVF Product Seek Justice Against Manufacturer CooperSurgical

Plaintiffs are the first to come forward publicly following CooperSurgical’s tragic failures that have devastated countless families nationwide SAN FRANCISCO – Kearsten and Zachary Walden today filed a lawsuit against CooperSurgical, Inc. and its parent company, The Cooper Companies, alleging its defective embryo culture media – the solution in which embryos are stored and developed

2024-02-15T20:59:18+00:00February 15th, 2024|Personal Injury|

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