Tesla Inc and Chief Executive Elon Musk were sued twice on Friday by investors who said they fraudulently engineered a scheme to squeeze short-sellers, including through Musk’s proposal to take the electric car company private.
Tesla shareholders have proposed filing a class-action lawsuit against the company and CEO Elon Musk accusing him of securities fraud, reports Reuters.
At least one hurting Tesla shareholder has filed a lawsuit against the electric-car maker and Elon Musk in the wake of the CEO’s stock-roiling remarks ongoing private earlier this week, court filings out late Friday showed.
Keller Lenkner LLC (“Keller Lenkner”) today announced that a class action has been commenced on behalf of all purchasers of securities of Tesla, Inc. (“Tesla” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: TSLA) after 12:48 pm eastern standard time on August 7, 2018through and including August 8, 2018 (the “Class Period”). The action […]
Warren Postman, a former Jones Day associate and Justice David Souter law clerk, had held litigation roles at the U.S. Chamber since 2014. His partnership at Keller Lenkner puts him on the plaintiffs side advocating for class actions, not fighting them.
Attorney Travis Lenkner discusses how opioid makers used fraud to create the opioid crisis.
A new wave of lawsuits is accusing companies that produce and distribute opioids of increasing health insurance costs across the country. In five proposed class action lawsuits filed Wednesday, plaintiffs say the addiction resulting from the over-prescribing of opioids caused residents and businesses in each of the states – California, […]
Makers and distributors of the prescription opioids that triggered a U.S. public health crisis are responsible for a rise in health-insurance premiums, according to first-of-their-kind lawsuits filed in five states.
Opioid makers and distributors, including Purdue Pharma and McKesson Corp., were slapped with first-of-their-kind proposed class actions in five federal courts Wednesday alleging that by fueling the nation’s opioid crisis, they have made health care costs go up and health insurance premiums skyrocket.
The opioid epidemic has unfairly increased health insurance costs across the board, not just for those suffering from addiction, plaintiffs allege in five proposed class-action lawsuits filed Wednesday.