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Bank of America Fined by Consumer Protection Agencies for Harming Consumers.

July 17, 2023 Blog,Class Action

One of the largest banks in the United States has been hit with hundreds of millions in fines for several illegal practices including opening fake credit card accounts without customers’ consent.

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In the News – Frederick Schenk Appointed to Plaintiff’s Steering Committee in the Social Media Judicial Counsel Proceedings

The appointment of CaseyGerry partner and head of the Mass Torts practice Frederick Schenk, to the plaintiff’s steering committee in the Social Media Judicial Council Coordination Proceedings (JCCP), has garnered media coverage due to the importance on the case.

CaseyGerry Attorney Named to Social Media Steering Committee – Social Media Addiction

SAN DIEGO (June 6, 2023) Frederick Schenk, a longtime CaseyGerry partner and head of the firm’s mass torts practice, was recently appointed by Judge Carolyn Kuhl of the Los Angeles Superior Court to serve on the plaintiffs steering committee in the social media judicial council coordination proceedings (JCCP) lawsuit against some of the world’s biggest Social media companies, including Facebook and Instagram, YouTube, SnapChat, TikTok, and others.

San Diego Union Tribune covers the story of CaseyGerry client, Richard Perry

July 10, 2023 Personal injury

San Diego Union Tribune covers the story of CaseyGerry client, Richard Perry, who received a record-setting $12 million verdict for a catastrophic injury sustained during a Camp Pendleton training exercise.

Read the article here:

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Fatal Riverside Plane Crash: Cessna C550 Tragedy at French Valley – CaseyGerry Aviation Lawyers

CaseyGerry is saddened to report yet another fatal crash that occurred in or near the French Valley Airport in Murrieta, California.

The crash occurred on the morning of Saturday, July 8, when a Cessna C550 flying in from Las Vegas, NV crashed while attempting to land in the Riverside airport.

Workplace Injury Liability: Insights from Marin v. DOT & Privette Doctrine

By Eric Ganci

If you’re an employee of an independent contractor and are injured on the job, can you sue the general contractor or hirer? A recent case (Marin v. DOT) offers some insight:  

Let me lay out a set of facts, then get into the law.

Case of first impression regarding California Evidence Code 721: Paige v. Safeway, Inc

By Eric Ganci

Below is some food and/or law for thought about using “reliable authorities” to get helpful article/treatise language in as evidence through cross examination–either through trial or setting it up in depos, to then use in trial.  

Consumer Alert – Boppy Infant Lounger Manufacturer Re-Issues Recall After More Infant Deaths

June 8, 2023 Blog,Mass Tort Blog

Boppy has re-issued a recall of the Boppy Infant Lounger which has been linked to at least 10 infant deaths. The Boppy loungers under recall are the Boppy Original Newborn Loungers, Boppy Preferred Newborn Loungers and Pottery Barn Kids Boppy Newborn Loungers. 

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