Partners Zina Bash and Ben Whiting have been named to the National Law Journal’s 2022 Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Trailblazers. The sixth-annual award program recognizes lawyers who have made significant marks on their practice, are “true agents of change” for plaintiffs, and have proven themselves to be formidable leaders.
Keller Postman is proud to have been on the trial team for the most recent plaintiffs’ victory in the 3M Combat Arms Earplugs MDL. Last week, U.S. Army Veteran Jonathan Vaughn won the 15th bellwether trial in the massive litigation, with a jury verdict of $2.2 million.
The U.S Supreme Court has granted review of Keller Postman’s cert petition seeking to vindicate the rights of ordinary Americans to sue corporations that harm them wherever those corporations have consented to jurisdiction—including by registering to do business in a State when the State’s registration statute requires such consent. KP Co-Founder and Partner Ashley Keller will argue before the Court on behalf of client Robert Mallory, who worked for defendant Norfolk Southern Railway Company for almost 20 years.
We are delighted to announce the launch of our next chapter, as we transition from Keller Lenkner to Keller Postman. Read more about how we are taking our mass-action practice to the next level.
Although many new attorneys feel pressure to specialize in a particular substantive area early in their career, the diverse experience gained initially as a general practitioner provides invaluable opportunities to hone the craft of litigating. As featured on Bloomberg Law, here are some tips for up-and-coming generalists by Keller Postman Associates Frank Dylewski, Albert Pak, and Brooke Clason Smith.
National plaintiffs’ law firm Keller Postman, together with co-counsel Sperling & Slater PC and Hausfeld LLP, filed a putative class action on behalf of a class of restaurants alleging that Google LLC (Google) infringed their intellectual property rights and interfered with their customer relationships through the use of deceptive online ordering practices. This is the first lawsuit of its kind filed against the tech giant.
The Texas Attorney General has sued Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc. for its decade-long use of facial-recognition technology to exploit Texans’ biometric information in violation of Texas law.
In re Johnson & Johnson Aerosol Sunscreen Marketing, Sales Practices & Products Liability Litigation, Judge Raag Singhal of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida has issued an order naming Keller Postman and four other firms as Interim Class Counsel. The order also named Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis […]
Keller Postman is proud to announce that 11 of the firm’s Chicago-based partners and associates were honored as 2022 Illinois Super Lawyers and 2022 Illinois Super Lawyers Rising Stars—exclusive rankings of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
National plaintiffs’ law firm Keller Postman today filed an amended class action complaint challenging an illegal conspiracy among two of Raytheon Technologies’ operating units—Pratt & Whitney and Collins Aerospace—and several outsource engineering suppliers that suppressed the job mobility and compensation of plaintiff Matthew Cydylo and other putative class members. The filing is an expansion of the original complaint against Pratt & Whitney and the suppliers, after Keller Postman’s further investigation revealed information to support allegations that Collins Aerospace was also involved in the illegal practices.