Freed Kanner partner Jonathan Jagher serves on the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee in this data privacy class action related to allegations that Morgan Stanley failed to safeguard its customers’ highly sensitive personally identifiable information.
Freed Kanner partner Jonathan Jagher serves on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in this class action related to allegations of data privacy violations involving the popular app and the creation of short form videos on mobile devices.
FKLM is serving as class counsel for Plaintiffs in this consumer protection class action alleging that Subaru is manufacturing, marketing and selling new vehicles with defective and dangerous windshields that are spontaneously and/or unreasonably cracking, chipping and otherwise breaking, often within weeks or a few months of purchase.
FKLM is serving as class counsel for Plaintiffs in this consumer protection class action alleging that Subaru and Toyota jointly developed, manufactured and sold approximately 165,000 vehicles with a significant safety defect in the engine which leads to sudden stalling and failure of the engine, and now Defendants are directing consumers to have recall work performed which Defendants represent will remedy the defect, but in reality, is worsening the sudden stalling and is causing widespread and catastrophic engine failures.
Freed Kanner partner Kimberly Justice serves as co-lead counsel in this antitrust class action arising from peanut shellers’ wrongful and anticompetitive actions that had the intended purpose and effect of artificially fixing, depressing, maintaining, and stabilizing the price of runner peanuts paid to peanut farmers in the United States over the past 6 years.
Freed Kanner serves as class counsel and as an Executive Committee Member in this antitrust class action arising from Apple’s abusive monopoly in the distribution of iOS apps and related products, seeking to get rid of its pricing mandates, and to reimburse developers for overcharges made through abuse of its monopoly power.
Freed Kanner serves as co-lead counsel for a proposed class of merchants seeking equitable and injunctive relief. Plaintiffs allege, inter alia, that certain of Visa and Mastercard rules, including anti-steering restraints and default interchange fees, working in tandem have caused artificially inflated interchange fees paid by merchants on credit and debit card transactions from January 1, 2004 through the present.
Freed Kanner attorneys serve court appointed roles on the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee in this antitrust class action accusing certain salmon farmers of unlawful coordination of the prices charged to direct purchasers of farm-raised Atlantic salmon and salmon products derived therefrom.