Keller Lenkner LLC Partner Nicole Berg has been appointed to the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee for the Paragard IUD Products Liability Litigation MDL. Judge Leigh Martin May in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia ordered Berg’s appointment yesterday.
National plaintiffs’ law firm Keller Lenkner LLC announced today that it has joined global business litigation firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP as co-counsel in a national antitrust class-action lawsuit against Live Nation and its Ticketmaster unit for illegally monopolizing the markets for primary and secondary ticketing services.
National plaintiffs’ law firm Keller Lenkner LLC today announced that Zina Bash has joined the firm as a Partner. Bash is an experienced lawyer and policy advisor whose background includes serving at both the federal and state levels, including in the White House and the Office of the Attorney General of the State of Texas.
Law360 spoke to Keller Lenkner Partner Ashley Keller about our role in representing the State of Texas in its antitrust litigation against Google. The suit seeks to end Google’s monopolies and restore free competition to the advertising markets in which it operates.
Keller Lenkner CEO Adam Gerchen, Partner Ashley Keller, Managing Partner Travis Lenkner, and Partner Warren Postman have been named to the 2021 Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America. The LD500 is Lawdragon’s most elite distinction, honoring lawyers across practices who represent the nation’s most remarkable legal talent.
National plaintiffs’ law firm Keller Lenkner LLC announced today that Jason Zweig has joined the firm as Partner. Jason is a seasoned class-action lawyer with a breadth of experience representing plaintiffs in antitrust, consumer, product-liability and securities matters. In his new role, Zweig will contribute to the growth of Keller Lenkner’s antitrust and class-action practices.
Keller Lenkner’s Travis Lenkner and Warren Postman spoke to Law360 about our firm’s novel approach to employment-law arbitrations. Travis and Warren discussed why we pursued individual arbitration matters and our commitment to the underlying merits of our clients’ claims.
Keller Lenkner secured another win in its arbitration battle on behalf of underpaid Postmates couriers. On Tuesday, a federal court rejected Postmates’s bid to strike down a California law penalizing companies that refuse to abide by their own arbitration agreements when employees or consumers demand arbitration.
This week marks Keller Lenkner’s third anniversary. We’re proud to celebrate our growth and the results we have generated for our clients. Since our founding, we have assembled one of the leading teams representing plaintiffs in the United States. In the last year alone, we have doubled our team of attorneys, earned prominent MDL leadership roles, and launched several high-profile matters.
Notwithstanding the challenge of COVID-19, national plaintiffs’ firm Keller Lenkner is in full-on expansion mode. The firm’s headcount has grown by 80% since March 2020—nearly doubling its Chicago team and more firmly establishing its Washington, D.C. office. To help manage its docket—primarily individual mass tort and arbitration cases—the firm has nearly three dozen lawyers and roughly 60 additional professionals ranging from a CFO to client service representatives.