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Social Media Hearing Addresses Child Online Safety 

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A Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on online child safety was held Wednesday, January 31, 2024. In a show of unanimity, democrats and republicans joined forces to address the growing concern for the dangers of online social media.

Daniel Murillo v. American Honda Motor Company, Inc. et al Order

Congratulations to CaseyGerry partners Gayle M. Blatt, P. Camille Guerra, and Jeremy Robinson who have been appointed as co-lead counsel in Murillo V. Honda class action.

Blatt, Guerra, and Robinson represent plaintiff Murillo as part of a consolidated Class Action against car maker, Honda Motor Company, Inc.

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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.

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New York Times Reports on CaseyGerry Client, Richard Perry and His Road to Recovery

CaseyGerry client Richard Perry, former professional wrestler is finding hope after a devastating injury cut his dreams short.

The New York Times covers his story of perseverance in the face of tragedy.

CaseyGerry Attorney Representing Family in US Postal Service Lawsuit

CaseyGerry partner Jason Evans is representing a family against the US Postal Service for allegedly causing harm to their children from the use of pepper spray.

A postal service carrier was said to have used pepper spray excessively and regularly on the family dog on his mail runs.

AP News – Suit: Officials ignored warnings before children’s slayings

David S. Casey, Jr. recently spoke to AP News on a recently filed wrongful death case against the County and City of Los Angeles. The suit was filed on behalf of Erik Denton, father of three small children who were allegedly killed by their mother last year.

CaseyGerry files wrongful death lawsuit against Los Angeles

April 22, 2022 News Articles,Wrongful Death

CaseyGerry has filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of Erik Denton, the father of three young children who were allegedly killed by their mother last year. The suit was brought against the county and city of Los Angeles for allegedly failing to protect the children.

Bloomberg Law – Amazon’s New Distributor Status Means Safety ‘Headache’ Ahead

February 16, 2022 Ecommerce,News Articles

CaseyGerry partner, Jeremy K. Robinson recently spoke with Bloomberg Law on what’s new status as ‘Distributor’ could mean for the company and for the e-commerce industry in general in, “Amazon’s New Distributor Status Means Safety ‘Headache’ Ahead.”