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The Curious Case of Amazon’s Product Liability Strategy

Until recently, Amazon had a unified, and largely successful, approach to avoiding lawsuits over defective products sold on its marketplace. But now things have shifted, and Amazon finds itself in a bind.

Impact of Black Lives Matter Movement Reaches the Courts

By Jeremy K. Robinson, CaseyGerry

Just over a week after the Black Lives Matter protests started, a panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion on the use of excessive force by the police against a homeless black man that included the exhortation, “[t]his has to stop.”

Families Of 2018 Marine Helicopter Crash Victims Sue Part Suppliers

CaseyGerry Managing Partner David S. Casey, Jr. speaks to KPBS on the fatal Marine Helicopter crash that killed four Miramar-based U.S. Marines two years ago.

According to Casey Jr. who represents two of the families, the lawsuit was filed against Kampi Components Co.,

Go to the Dermatologist – Here’s Why

By Frederick Schenk, CaseyGerry – as published in Living Safer Magazine

Having grown up in Southern California, I spent much of my youth at the beach.  The concept of sun screen was not a part of our vernacular.

Yay or Nay to the Impossible Burger?

Pros and Cons of Plant-based Hamburgers

By Jillian F. Hayes, CaseyGerry – as published in Living Safer magazine

In 1984, television audiences nationwide laughed at the now classic catchphrase “Where’s the beef?”

California Continues to Fight Back Against Forced Arbitration

November 18, 2019 Attorney Articles
As forced arbitration clauses continue to proliferate, facilitated by several rulings from the United States Supreme Court, California continues to fight back.

In the latest volley, Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed into law two bills, Assembly Bill 51 and Senate Bill 707, that take aim at forced arbitration.

A New Class Ascertainability Standard

August 7, 2019 Attorney Articles

By Jeremy K. Robinson, CaseyGerry – The Los Angeles Daily Journal

On July 29, in Noel v. Thrifty Payless, Inc., S246490 the California Supreme Court announced the test for class “ascertainability” under California law: a class is ascertainable when it “defines the class in terms of objective characteristics and common transactional facts that make the ultimate identification of class members possible when that identification becomes necessary.”

Amazon Held Strictly Liable as a Seller

By Jeremy K. Robinson, CaseyGerry – The Los Angeles Daily Journal

On July 3, 2019, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals shook the world of online commerce. In Oberdorf v. Amazon.com,