Karen Menzies & Amy Zeman Join Women En Mass 2016

September 27, 2016

Gibbs Law Group attorneys Karen Barth Menzies and Amy Zeman travelled to Aspen, Colorado for the fourth annual Women En Mass Conference, a gathering of women mass tort attorneys from across the country. This year’s conference covers a wide range of topics pertinent to female attorneys, including:

  • negotiation strategies,
  • equal pay litigation,
  • e-discovery and the new federal rules,
  • strategies for multi-district litigation, and
  • updates on various ongoing mass torts throughout the country.

About Women En Mass

Women En Mass “brings together the best and brightest female mass tort attorneys to discuss issues that affect women – from the boardroom to the courtroom.” The founders, organizers, and law firm sponsors of WEM encourage more women to pursue leadership positions in large-scale and complex cases, particularly mass tort cases.

Gibbs Law Group’s Mass Tort and Complex Litigation Experience

Karen Barth Menzies, Amy Zeman and our entire mass tort team represents plaintiffs injured by defective drugs and medical devices, including hundreds of women injured by Yasmin and Yaz birth control pills, Essure permanent birth control, and transvaginal mesh implants.

Karen leads the firm’s representation of breast cancer patients throughout the country who experienced permanent hair loss following the use of the Taxotere chemotherapy product. Karen also advocates for women who developed ovarian cancer after using talcum powder, and she represents individuals who experienced serious kidney injuries after taking PPI heartburn medications, including Nexium and Prilosec.

Amy works closely with clients injured by Granuflo, Actos, Yasmin and Yaz and Pradaxa. She also represents consumers in class action litigation, and has experience working closely with class representatives and consumer contacts and participating in all stages of litigation. Ms. Zeman has been involved in successful actions against such entities as Chase Bank, Ducati, Chrysler, Intel, and Dish Network.