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Jason Evans Discusses CaseyGerry’s History in Aviation Litigation

Continuing the Tradition of Complex Aviation Litigation

In 1983, Richard Gerry argued an aviation case before the United States Supreme Court. That was before I was born.

I started as a lawyer with Casey Gerry in 2011, a few months before the terrible September 16, 2011 Reno Air Show crash which killed the aircraft pilot and 10 spectators, injuring 69 more.  

No Accountability for Financial Misconduct Means no Change

By Jeremy K. Robinson and David S. Casey, Jr.,  CaseyGerry – The Los Angeles Daily Journal

The financial crisis of the late 2000s, aka the “Great Recession,” was supposed to be a wake-up call that the nation’s big financial institutions were out of control.

Review of some of the laws hitting the books in 2019

By Adam B. Levine, CaseyGerry – The Los Angeles Daily Journal

New laws hitting the books this year are far-reaching and cover the environment, eating out, gun safety, employment law, driving and much more.

Limitations of Diagnostic Tools for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)

By Frederick Schenk, CaseyGerry – As Published in Living Safer Magazine

A high stakes class action lawsuit  filed on behalf of thousands of former players against the National Football League has raised awareness about the dangers associated with multiple concussions, including the potential for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative brain disease.

A New Year Brings New Laws

By Adam B. Levine, CaseyGerry –  The Daily Transcript

New year, new laws…as we begin 2019, consumers should be aware of new legislation going into effect  in California this year.

Supreme Court Rejects Antitrust Claim For Merchant Credit Card Fees

July 13, 2018 Attorney Articles

By Jeremy K. Robinson, CaseyGerry — as Published in the Daily Journal

On Monday, the United States Supreme Court reaffirmed both the critical importance – and difficulty – of defining the product market in antitrust cases.

Filed Class Action Does Not Toll Limitations Period For Later Class Claims

July 13, 2018 Attorney Articles

By Jeremy K. Robinson, CaseyGerry — as Published in the Daily Journal

More than 40 years ago, in American Pipe & Construction Co. v. Utah, the United States Supreme Court held that a putative class action in which class certification was denied nevertheless tolled the statute of limitations for any member of the class who wanted to intervene in the foundered class case.

Supreme Court Affirms Employers Can Bar Employee Class Actions

June 5, 2018 Attorney Articles,Blog

In a controversial decision which does not bode well for workers, the United States Supreme Court recently ruled that employers can force employees to waive their right to band together and pursue collective actions against their employer.