Grant & Eisenhofer highly ranked for 10th consecutive year as a Top Firm by Chambers and Partners UK in Chambers USA Guide 2013

G&E is “a leading choice for its expertise in securities litigation.”  “This longstanding plaintiffs’ law firm is renowned for its careful selection of cases, which frequently push and define legal boundaries,”  “has an impressive success rate in terms of recoveries,”  and “offers a deep bench of experienced litigators with notable trial expertise.”

Jay Eisenhofer “continues to develop a leading reputation at both a national and international level.”  He is described as a “smart and formidable securities litigator” and a “great strategist.”

Stuart Grant is described as “the best in the business” who “does a terrific job” on any case in which he is involved. “Enormously respected by the judges,” he is “the reigning king” of plaintiff lawyers in Delaware.

…from www.chambersandpartners.com May 24, 2013

National Coalition of Major Trial Firms Bring Class Action against General Motors Over Defective Key System

Suit filed in San Francisco seeks economic recovery for owners and lease-holders of GM cars whose faulty key systems were prone to sudden shut down, a problem GM concealed for a decade; plaintiffs represented by Grant & Eisenhofer, Baron & Budd, The Cooper Firm and other leading national trial counsel; trial team includes former Chief Justice of Missouri Supreme Court and former US Attorney for West Virginia

SAN FRANCISCO (March 24, 2014) – As General Motors braces for bruising investigations by Congress and federal regulators over its decade-long failure to correct faulty ignitions switches on several of its major car brands, GM now also faces a private class action filed by a group of GM consumers from nine states seeking economic recovery on behalf of a nationwide class for purchasing and/or leasing vehicles they allege the company knew were defective… Read the full Press Release

Grant & Eisenhofer Represents Whistleblower Accusing Celgene Corp. of Off-Label Marketing of High-Risk Cancer Drugs Derived from Thalidomide

Unsealed federal lawsuit alleges that pharmaceutical giant engaged in unlawful marketing schemes involving blockbuster drugs Thalomid and Revlimid in cancer treatment, costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars; charges of kickbacks to physicians in pushing for unapproved treatments

LOS ANGELES/WASHINGTON (February 6, 2014) – Leading whistleblower law firm Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. represents a key whistleblower in a false claims lawsuit unsealed today against one of the nation’s largest pharmaceutical companies, Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ: CELG) involving charges of off-label marketing of two of its cancer treatment drugs…Read full Press Release

Firm Director Adam Levitt comments on Consumer Rights regarding Data Breach Issues

Bad News for Target: Judge Rejects Standing Defense in Sony Privacy Case

by Alison Frankel, 01/22/14 – Perhaps I was a bit too declarative last week when I predicted doom for consumer class actions based on Target’s alleged failure to protect the personal information of 70 million (or even more) customers. A ruling Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Anthony Battaglia of San Diego in consolidated data privacy breach litigation against Sony gives all of those plaintiffs lawyers who’ve filed privacy cases against Target reason to hope the suits will survive… Read the full report
(report reprinted from WestlawNext with permission of Thomson Reuters)

Consumers Seek Court Order Compelling Ford Motor Co. to Issue Safety Advisory to Car Owners over Sudden Acceleration

Request for injunction filed on behalf of purchasers of Ford vehicles with alleged defects that cause sudden unintended acceleration; plaintiffs seek to have Ford issue customer guide on how to handle acceleration event while driving; proposed class actions expanded to include plaintiffs from 30 states

CHICAGO/HUNTINGTON, W.VA. (November 18, 2013) – In the latest development in an ongoing consumer lawsuit against Ford Motor Company over sudden acceleration of the company’s cars, attorneys for plaintiffs filed a motion for preliminary injunction, requesting that the court order Ford to issue a customer service advisory to purchasers and lessees of certain Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles on how to handle a sudden unintended acceleration event should it occur… Read full Press Release

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