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Co-pilot’s secrecy wouldn’t necessarily exonerate Lufthansa, lawyers say
By Robert Wall Updated March 29, 2015 5:05 p.m. ET
LONDON—The unusual circumstances surrounding the Germanwings crash won’t necessarily free the airline and its insurers from claims of negligence, aviation lawyers said.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG,
The horrific and deliberate crash of the Germanwings flight into the French Alps is on the minds of travelers as they get ready to board flights… including hundreds on Lufthansa Airlines, which owns the carrier of the doomed flight.
When the shock of losing loved ones in an air disaster starts to subside, grieving families often turn to courts for justice and compensation to rebuild their lives.
Aviation Lawyer Steve Marks discusses the Germanwings Flight 9525 crash with Don Lemon on CNN
A Miami federal judge has named Stephen Rosenthal of Podhurst Orseck and Theodore Leopold of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll to serve as co-lead counsel in a class action challenging $200 million in red-light camera ticket fines.
The horrific and deliberate crash of the Germanwings flight into the French Alps is on the minds of travelers as they get ready to board flights including hundreds on Lufthansa Airlines, which owns the carrier of the doomed flight.
Today the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it denied review of Stiefel Laboratories, Inc.’s petition for a writ of certiorari in the federal securities fraud case in which Podhurst Orseck attorneys won a $1.8 million judgment for a salesman who had spent his career with the company and invested his retirement savings in the company’s employee stock bonus plan.
A little-noticed byproduct of the recent, historic marriage equality rulings is that married gay and lesbian couples in Florida now enjoy protection under state laws protecting tort victims.
A Miami federal judge has named Stephen Rosenthal of Podhurst Orseck to serve as co lead counsel in a class action challenging $200 million in red-light camera ticket fines.
MIAMI (AP) — Two South Florida attorneys and a lawyer who represented former Vice President Al Gore in the 2000 election recount have been chosen for leadership posts in lawsuits over defective auto air bags.
By Alex Wolf
Law360, New York — A Florida federal judge presiding over the Takata Corp. air bag multidistrict litigation ordered Tuesday that amended complaints be filed under a two-track structure — personal injury and economic damages — led by attorneys
By Jessica Dye
(Reuters) – Four plaintiffs’ lawyers, including high-profile attorney David Boies, were appointed by a federal judge on Tuesday to lead civil litigation against Takata Corp and several car manufacturers for injuries caused by allegedly faulty air bags.
by Julie Kay
Peter Prieto of Podhurst Orseck in Miami walked away with one of the most coveted, being named lead plaintiffs counsel to oversee the Takata air bag multidistrict litigation.
U.S. District Judge Federico Moreno picked Prieto for the top position