Our attorneys have experience in defending the most complex, sensitive, and high-stakes products liability cases and have an excellent track record of reducing our clients’ exposure, controlling costs, and achieving good results. We develop effective motion strategies to defeat class certification and to dismiss or materially limit claims. We craft successful strategies to deal with complex causation issues, discovery problems, and novel legal claims. And we have an excellent record of success in trials throughout the United States and overseas.
Represented one of the largest Korean consumer product design and manufacturing companies in products liability class actions involving a broad array of consumer electronics including smartphones, plasma televisions, and LCD televisions.
Successfully defended one of the largest Korean consumer product design and manufacturing companies in products liability class action alleging breach of warranty, fraud, and violation of state consumer protection laws relating to purported defects in plasma televisions. Matter was dismissed with prejudice.Read More
We are pleased to announce that twenty-four C&G attorneys have been recognized by Super Lawyers this year across a wide range of practice areas. Super Lawyers also named C&G co-founding partner Mark S Cohen to its list of the top 100 lawyers in the New York metropolitan area, and C&G partner Karen H Bromberg to its list of the top 50 women lawyers in the New York metropolitan area. Super Lawyers ranks outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Fewer than five percent of all lawyers in New York receive this honor.
Cohen & Gresser is pleased to announce the promotion of Mark Spatz to Counsel.
This article outlines some considerations to keep in mind in identifying jurors who may be more or less receptive to common trial themes in health care industry cases. Topics include juror attitudes toward industry and the medical profession, views of government and its role in health care, and more general personality traits and methodologies that may influence jurors’ analysis of key recurring issues.
This article unveils the importance of the courts declaring contradictory testimony a “sham” as opposed to deferring such issues to juries.