The Duluth and Superior city councils have both unanimously voted to file lawsuits against opioid manufacturers and distributors. The two cities will file separate lawsuits but are working together and sharing information and resources. Both will hire an outside law firm, Keller Postman out of Chicago, to represent them in […]
The City of Rochester is joining a class action lawsuit against drug manufacturers for their role in the nation’s opioid epidemic. The city council approved without comment Monday a motion to retain the law firm of Chicago-based Keller Postman to handle litigation against Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, along […]
General Electric Co. and CEO H. Lawrence Culp Jr. failed to promptly disclose the full extent of an investigation into the energy giant’s 2015 acquisition of French multinational company Alstom Energy, an investor said Friday in a stock-drop suit filed in New York federal court.
Even if the mass arbitration strategy is successful, it may be hard to replicate. Coordinating dozens, let alone hundreds or thousands, of arbitration proceedings is a daunting task. Law Firm Keller Postman LLC is behind the 12,501 Uber drivers filing arbitration claims and the 3,420 drivers filing arbitration claims at […]
The California Supreme Court’s decision rattled companies and forced state and federal courts to grapple with unresolved, consequential questions. Meanwhile, plaintiffs attorneys find themselves with more leverage in suits challenging employment practices.
A North Carolina man has filed a lawsuit against more than a dozen pharmaceutical companies, alleging that their targeted marketing and distribution of prescription opioids has directly led to higher insurance costs for North Carolinians.
Representing Green-Kuchta, our firm has filed similar class action lawsuits in 15 other states. We represent a new front against the industry because they seek to recover damages paid by private people as opposed to the lawsuits brought by governments on behalf of the taxpayers. Most of the litigation that […]
Philadelphia-based Uber limo drivers told the Third Circuit on Monday that they’re similar to migrant workers who are compensated at the whim of an economically dominant entity, meaning they should be recognized as employees entitled to proper wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
A pair of offshore hedge funds that claim to have lost more than $15 million to cover short positions in Tesla have asked for court approval to lead consolidated private securities fraud litigation against the carmaker.
Lawyers representing a Southern California limousine company that sued Uber last month over state unfair competition allegations have now filed a motion for partial summary judgement.