Robbins Geller serves on the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee to spearhead more than 900 federal lawsuits brought on behalf of governmental entities and other plaintiffs in the sprawling litigation concerning the nationwide prescription opioid epidemic. In reporting on the selection of the lawyers to lead the case, The National Law Journal reported that “[t]he team reads like a ‘Who’s Who’ in mass torts.”
Robbins Geller serves on the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee to advance judicial interests of efficiency and protect the interests of the proposed class in the Apple Inc. litigation. The case alleges Apple Inc. misrepresented its iPhone devices and the nature of updates to its mobile operating system (iOS), which allegedly included code that significantly reduced the performance of older-model iPhones and forced users to incur expenses replacing these devices or their batteries.
Robbins Geller serves as co-lead counsel in a case against Mylan Pharmaceuticals and Pfizer for engaging in crippling anti-competitive behavior that allowed the price of their ubiquitous and life-saving EpiPen auto-injector devices to rise over 600%, bilking American children and adults for hundreds of millions of dollars.
Robbins Geller recently filed a complaint for public injunctive relief in Rocío Córdova v. Greyhound Lines, Inc., which requests that Greyhound Lines stop voluntarily allowing federal immigration agents onboard its buses to conduct discriminatory raids.
Robbins Geller serves on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in Intel, a massive multidistrict litigation pending in the United States District Court for the District of Oregon. Intel concerns serious security vulnerabilities – known as “Spectre” and “Meltdown” – that infect nearly all of Intel’s x86 processors manufactured and sold since 1995, the patching of which results in processing speed degradation of the impacted computer, server or mobile device.
An attorney from Robbins Geller serves as co-lead counsel in a case against Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (“AMD”), which alleges that AMD’s processors are incapable of operating as intended and at processing speeds represented by AMD without exposing users to the Spectre vulnerability, which allows hackers to covertly access sensitive information stored within the CPU’s kernel.
Robbins Geller recently filed a class action lawsuit against Yahoo, Inc. (“Yahoo”) arising out of Yahoo’s reckless disregard for the safety and security of its customers’ personal, private information. In September 2016, Yahoo revealed that personal information associated with at least 500 million user accounts, including names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords, and security questions and answers, was stolen from Yahoo’s user database in late 2014. The company made another announcement in December 2016 that personal information associated with more than one billion user accounts was extracted in August 2013. Ten months later, Yahoo announced that the breach in 2013 actually affected all three billion existing accounts. This was the largest data breach in history, and has caused severe financial and emotional damage to Yahoo account holders who have been required to purchase costly credit and/or identity theft protection, which Yahoo refuses to pay for. Robbins Geller currently represents Yahoo customers from around the globe.
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Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP, Silverman Thompson Slutkin White LLC, and Zimmerman Reed, PLLP, have been appointed Plaintiffs' Co-Lead Counsel in In re National Hockey League Players' Concussion Injury Litigation, a consolidated class action lawsuit brought on behalf of several former NHL players, alleging that the NHL engaged in a decades-long plan to conceal from the players the risks of concussions and developing serious brain diseases from playing hockey in the NHL.
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