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February 11, 2019

Corporate Arbitration Tactic Backfires as Claims Flood In

Even if the mass arbitration strategy is successful, it may be hard to replicate. Coordinating dozens, let alone hundreds or thousands, of arbitration proceedings is a daunting task. Law Firm Keller Lenkner LLC is behind the 12,501 Uber drivers filing arbitration claims and the 3,420 drivers filing arbitration claims at […]

January 2, 2019

Mass. Uber drivers file suit against ride-sharing company over wages, OT

“Uber treats all of its drivers like independent contractors even though they provide the core service, which is transportation,” said the plaintiffs’ attorney, Travis Lenkner, managing partner of Chicago-based law firm Keller Lenkner LLC. “By doing that, Uber gets to evade minimum wage, overtime, and sick leave laws. Many of […]

November 29, 2018

The Disruptors: Keller Lenkner Moves From Legal Finance To Practicing Law

What Keller Lenkner brings to the plaintiff bar is deep legal analysis and unparalleled understanding of the quality of various cases and lawyers. Their potential impact on the future of plaintiff litigation is profound, not only because of their close ties to a transforming judiciary, but also their vision of bringing the next generation to the fore. Not in ten years. Today.

October 24, 2018

Big Pharma accused of driving up health costs with opioid scourge

Travis Lenkner, a lawyer who is representing Green-Kuchta, said his firm, Keller Lenkner, has filed similar class action lawsuits in 15 other states. They represent a new front against the industry because they seek to recover damages paid by private people as opposed to the lawsuits brought by governments on […]

October 18, 2018

South Dakota Included In New Lawsuit Against Drugmakers

“The pharmaceutical companies that provided opioids have perpetuated a fraud on the people of South Dakota, and on the American people by lying about the addictive nature of these drugs saying that they weren’t addictive,” Plaintiffs’ attorney Travis Lenkner said.

October 17, 2018

Philly UberBlack Drivers Press 3rd Circ. For Employee Status

Philadelphia-based Uber limo drivers told the Third Circuit on Monday that they’re similar to migrant workers who are compensated at the whim of an economically dominant entity, meaning they should be recognized as employees entitled to proper wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act.