Plaintiff Firms Navigate COVID-19 Surge: ‘We Have Had To Remain Nimble.’ Lawsuits Over Preemie Infant Formula Hit a Growth Spurt.


Welcome to Law.com Class Actions: Critical Mass, a weekly briefing for class action and mass tort attorneys. Rising COVID-19 cases have shut down some jury trials, forcing plaintiff firms to pivot their legal strategies. Lawyers want to transfer dozens of cases over cow’s milk-based infant formula to Illinois and Connecticut. Find out who filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of a Riverside County employee who got COVID-19 after numerous complaints about his working conditions.

I’m Amanda Bronstad. Feel free to reach out to me with your input. My email is [email protected], or follow me on Twitter: @abronstadlaw.

Omicron Presents Predicaments for the Plaintiffs’ Bar

Jurors wearing face shields in 251st District Judge Ana E. Estevez’s experimental jury trial in Potter County, Texas.



Source link