Keller Rohrback is leading the way in the Volkswagen TDI class action
In the transcript of the May 24, 2016 status conference, the Court notes that there has been “substantial progress” toward a settlement for owners and lessees of the 2-liter vehicles.read more
The transcript of the April 21, 2016 status conference includes the Court’s announcement of the agreement in principle for resolution as to the 2-liter affected vehicles.read more
Keller Rohrback’s managing partner Lynn Sarko has been appointed to serve on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in the landmark litigation to hold Volkswagen, Porsche, and Audi accountable to consumers for developing and marketing so-called clean diesel vehicles.read more
Praise from the Courts & Clients
“[Keller Rohrback] has performed an important public service in this action and has done so efficiently and with integrity…[Keller Rohrback] has also worked creatively and diligently to obtain a settlement from WorldCom in the context of complex and difficult legal questions…” In re WorldCom, Inc. ERISA Litigation (Cote, J.).
“Despite substantial obstacles to recovery, Keller Rohrback was willing to undertake the significant risks presented by this case…Class Counsel achieved real and substantial benefits for members of the Class. [Their] extensive prior experience in complex class action securities litigation…enabled the Class to analyze and achieve this excellent result.”Getty v. Harmon (“SunAmerica Securities Litigation”) (Dwyer, J.).
“I also want to praise you for all of your legal expertise, leadership, experience, and most of all tenacity, as this turned out to be a very complex legal battle that pitted a very determined David (us) against a huge financial Goliath (them).”
“The Exxon Qualified Settlement Fund [ ] was administered by Lynn Sarko and his law firm in Seattle. Those guys did a superb job. And it was a huge effort to notify all potential claimants, to get the claims documented, to evaluate the documentation, and then to apply the sharing concepts to the individual losses…I can’t imagine that they could possibly have done a better job.” In re Exxon Valdez (Holland, J.)
“I think the lawyers, your lawyers in this case, have done a truly outstanding job, as good of a job as I’ve seen lawyers do in a major complex class action in my, what will be very shortly, 26 years on the bench.” Cason-Merenda v. Detroit Medical Center (Rosen, J.)
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