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.
Travis Lenkner, Keller Lenkner Managing Partner and Alan Krueger, a professor of economics at Princeton University, discuss the opioid epidemic in America. Lenkner’s firm has filed class-action lawsuits against several opioid manufacturers and distributors. They speak on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.”
Joining us to talk about Kavanaugh’s nomination: Illinois Solicitor General David Franklin, a professor at DePaul College of Law who also clerked for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg from 1999 to 2000; and Ashley Keller of the law firm of Keller Lenkner LLC who clerked for Kennedy from 2008 to 2009.
Joining us to talk about the legacy of Kennedy and what it’s like to work for him is Ashley Keller. He is a partner at the law firm Keller Lenkner and a lecturer at the University of Chicago Law School. He clerked for Kennedy from 2008 to 2009.
How would Judge Brett Kavanaugh change the Supreme Court if confirmed, and what does the Senate need to consider in their confirmation hearings? Judy Woodruff gets reaction from Travis Lenkner, an attorney who clerked for both Justice Kennedy and the new nominee, and Kristen Clarke, president of the National Lawyers’ […]
Philadelphia-based Uber limo drivers told the Third Circuit on Wednesday that Uber exploited drivers by misclassifying them as independent contractors to dodge paying minimum and overtime wages, and that a district court improperly ruled that the drivers didn’t count as employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
A new wave of plaintiffs have joined the opioid-epidemic litigation with five class actions filed on Tuesday: consumers who claim they’re seeing skyrocketing health insurance costs as a result of the crisis.
Travis Lenkner, Keller Lenkner Managing Partner, says Gorsuch and Kavanaugh are similar candidates for the Supreme Court seat.
Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP on Tuesday said a $620 million malpractice suit it recently removed from Pennsylvania state court should remain in a federal judge’s hands thanks to its genesis in a bankruptcy proceeding that a group of Luzerne County residents say shortchanged their toxic tort claims against […]
A group of Abbvie investors who say they and others like them collectively lost more than $100 million when the pharmaceutical giant used an after-hours press release to adjust a share price tender offer, has sued the company in a federal securities class action filed July 26 in Chicago.