Keller Lenkner LLC has been named the 2021 Trial Strategy Innovation Law Firm of the Year by The National Law Journal and American Lawyer Media at the 2021 Elite Trial Lawyers Awards. The firm also was honored for its contributions in the Employment Rights category.
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 Lenkner filed approximately 75,000 arbitration demands alleging that Amazon was recording users of its Alexa devices without consent.
National plaintiffs’ law firm Keller Lenkner LLC 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 […]
Keller Lenkner LLC today filed a class action against Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Inc. (J&J) on behalf of purchasers of certain Aveeno and Neutrogena sunscreens that have dangerous and unacceptable levels of the known cancer-causing chemical, benzene.
Keller Lenkner LLC Partner Ashley Keller, Managing Partner Travis Lenkner, and Partner Nicole Berg have been named to the 2021 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers. The list recognizes “a historic class of 500 plaintiff lawyers”—visionaries who “have created the playing field on which today’s leading trial lawyers work every day.”
This month, the Supreme Court will issue its opinion in TransUnion v. Ramirez. Keller Lenkner filed an amicus brief in the case on behalf of a group of legal scholars advocating for the proper application of the Court’s standing jurisprudence. Whatever the Court decides, it will have broad ramifications for class-action plaintiffs.
Keller Lenkner LLC Partner Warren Postman joined The Wall Street Journal’s The Journal Podcast to discuss how Keller Lenkner’s representation of thousands of individuals in arbitrations against Amazon led the company to abandon its arbitration clause.
Keller Lenkner has filed roughly 75,000 individual arbitration claims against Amazon on behalf of Amazon Alexa users who were recorded by the device without permission. As a result, Amazon has stopped requiring its customers to pursue claims in arbitration—customers may now file class-action suits against the company in state or federal court.
As reported by the Wall Street Journal, Amazon has abandoned its arbitration clause as a direct result of Keller Lenkner’s revolutionary arbitration practice. Amazon’s move is the latest corporate response when faced with claims by Keller Lenkner clients. In these matters, we filed roughly 75,000 individual arbitration demands on behalf of Amazon Alexa users who were recorded without permission, in violation of state law.
Keller Lenkner LLC has been selected by American Law Media and The National Law Journal as a 2021 Elite Trial Lawyers finalist in the Employment Rights and Trial Strategy Innovation categories. The award program honors law firms that have demonstrated repeated success in cutting-edge work on behalf of plaintiffs, with a solid track record of client wins. Winners will be announced in July.