A federal judge has slashed by more than half the plaintiffs fees in a closely watched consumer class action involving Bluetooth headsets, concluding that "no reasonable paying client" would
Dual defeats in recent months haven't soured Pom Wonderful LLC's fight in court to defend health claims about its 100 percent pomegranate juice. Recently Pom brought in Edward Lazarus, former chief o
Plaintiffs' attorneys in the Motorola Bluetooth headset litigation — in which a federal appeals court rejected a settlement last year on the ground that the $800,000 award might be excessive &m
In hiring Bertram Fields as lead trial counsel in its court battle against Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc., Pom Wonderful LLC's legal team appeared to be preparing for an onslaught against its medical c
Pom Wonderful LLC has asked a federal judge to put medical claims about its 100% pomegranate juice on trial as early as Nov. 15, to clear the way for a related trademark infringement battle against r
Lawyers have filed wrongful death actions in two high profile tragedies in Southern California, including a crash during the California 200 race and the first murder on the Metro Red Line subway sinc
The 26 lawyers appointed to steer the nationwide litigation against Toyota Motor Corp. have traveled down similar roads before, having obtained billion-dollar settlements in some of the nation's larg
...Fisher & Hayes in New York; and Michael L. Kelly of Kirtland & Packard in El Segundo, Calif. Two will represent the nonconsumers...
...acceleration. Three plaintiffs' attorneys — Michael L. Kelly of Kirtland & Packard in El Segundo, Calif.; Ben Barnow of Barnow & Associates in...
More than 50 attorneys and law firms submitted applications to help lead the massive multidistrict litigation against Toyota Motor Corp., which has recalled at least 8 million vehicles due sudden uni
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