On April 12, 2017, Gibbs Law Group attorneys hosted a reception for Berkeley Law’s Consumer Advocacy & Protection Society. The event brought together Boalt Hall faculty, young alumni, and current students to discuss some of the key accomplishments and major efforts underway for consumer law at the school. In particular, the event introduced and celebrated […]

David Stein was named today to the Daily Journal’s “Top 40 Under 40” list for 2017. The Daily Journal selects top young attorneys from throughout California for the honor based on nominations of lawyers across all practice areas, as well as from public agencies, corporations and non-profits. In the Daily Journal feature, David described what […]

Andre Mura has been selected by the American Association for Justice to its 2017 Leadership Academy. The highly-selective program (awarded to no more than 16 plaintiff attorneys nationwide) is an initiative of the AAJ Diversity Committee, and is intended to provide those selected with the skills and techniques needed to position them as effective leaders […]

A federal judge has awarded $2.556 million in damages to Steven Cooper, an 18-year Army veteran who sued the Veterans Administration for denying him access to medical care and failing to properly diagnose him with prostate cancer when it was still curable. Mr. Cooper, a 46-year-old United States Army veteran, developed health problems several years […]

Consumers alleging that Vizio violated various privacy and consumer protection laws by tracking and analyzing the viewing habits of Smart TV users without proper consent have survived a critical stage of the lawsuit. On March 2, 2017, the Honorable Josephine Staton of the U.S. District Court, Central District of California issued an order largely denying […]

Eric Gibbs, David Stein and Amy Zeman will be presenting at the upcoming Mass Tort Med School and Class Actions Conference on March 13-15th in Orlando, Florida. The conference, presented by HB Litigation Conferences, will provide a deep dive into a variety of issues of importance to practitioners, including the science and medicine of mass […]

Bloomberg Law Federal Contracts Report TM published an article this week on the recent dismissal of a False Claims Act Whistleblower case in which one of the company’s engineers charged Raytheon, a large defense contractor, with making false statements about the status of a $1 billion weather satellite program and concealing defects about the technology, […]

A.J. de Bartolomeo will present today on “Best Practices for Dealing with Objectors” at the 11th Annual CAOC Class Action Seminar in San Francisco hosted by CAOC and San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association.  The comprehensive program will cover a wide range of topics and developments that are critical to practicing class action attorneys, including: The […]

On January 23, 2017, Hon. Beth Freeman of the United States District Court, Northern District of California, granted final approval to a settlement that resolves a class action lawsuit filed in 2015 on behalf of owners and lessees of 2011-2014 model year Hyundai Sonata vehicles who alleged that their vehicles were sold with defective engines […]

Eric Gibbs co-chaired, and David Berger presented, at the Data Breach Litigation and Investigation Forum hosted by HB Litigation Conferences on January 24, 2017. The comprehensive program brought together a collection of leading plaintiff and defense attorneys, judges, regulators, insurance professionals and data breach experts for a critical discussion on developments and trends in data […]