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August 18, 2021

Reuters: Can the plaintiffs’ bar loosen Big Law’s grip on J.D. students? It’s trying

Keller Postman is calling law students to the plaintiffs’ bar by providing many of the benefits of a “big law” practice at a firm focused on plaintiff-side work. Recent law graduates with strong records flock to defense firms by default. But at Keller Postman, we offer a career opportunity to entrepreneurial young attorneys who seek intellectually engaging matters and rewarding work.

August 10, 2021

Law360 Pulse: Look Out BigLaw, This Plaintiffs’ Firm Is Hunting Top Talent

Law360 spoke with Keller Postman’s first summer associate, Fred Messner, about his experience at the firm and why law students should consider private practice on the plaintiffs’ side. Managing Partner Travis Lenkner joined Fred to discuss Keller Postman’s competing directly with BigLaw for talent, including from Ivy League and top-tier law schools.

August 10, 2021

Keller Postman LLC Launches Washington, D.C. Office

National plaintiffs’ law firm Keller Postman today announced the launch of its Washington, D.C. office. Led by partner Warren Postman, the office represents the latest significant expansion by one of the fastest growing law firms in the nation.

July 22, 2021

The New York Times: Amazon Ends Use of Arbitration for Customer Disputes

The New York Times today reported on Amazon’s announcement that it will no longer require customers to resolve their legal complaints through arbitration. This significant retreat comes after Keller Postman filed approximately 75,000 arbitration demands alleging that Amazon was recording users of its Alexa devices without consent.

July 21, 2021

Keller Postman LLC Appointed Co-Lead Class Counsel in ‘Most Favored Nation’ Antitrust Class Action Against Amazon

National plaintiffs’ law firm Keller Postman has been appointed Interim Co-Lead Class Counsel by Judge Ricardo S. Martinez in De Coster et al. v. Amazon.com Inc.—an antitrust class action on behalf of Amazon customers who paid inflated prices because of the ‘most favored nation’ pricing restrictions the tech giant imposed on third-party merchants.