yoga guru Bikram Choudhury, still training teachers after dozens of accusations of abuse
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National plaintiffs' law firm announces tenth office, expanded California presence Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro, a Seattle-based law firm representing plaintiffs in high-profile class actions and complex litigation today announced the opening of a new office in San Diego, marking its tenth
Hagens Berman's Anthea Grivas discusses the firm's recent lawsuit against the commissioner of MLB on behalf of baseball season ticket holders. FEATURED Is it time to give baseball fans greater protection? - The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Two law firms, working on behalf of
Plaintiffs' attorney, Steve Berman, of Seattle-based Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro issued the following statement in regards to the approved $60 million settlement for
Attorney Steve W. Berman, managing partner and co-founder of Seattle-based Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP, was today named one of the 100 Most Influential Lawyers
Steve Berman has been ranked as one of the top lawyers in the nation in LawDragon's seventh annual LawDragon 500 guide. The list serves to recognize
More than 4,000 former professional football players and their wives have filed a class action lawsuit against the National Football League, accusing the league of deliberately concealing
For the fourth consecutive year and the sixth time overall, plaintiffs' law firm Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro, LLP has been named to the prestigious National Law Journal's
In 1969, Curt Flood, center fielder for the St. Louis Cardinals, was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies. Flood, who was black, knew that the Phillies reportedly had
Life was cheap during Roman times, and no one knew that better than gladiators – men pitted against one another in fights to the death for the viewing pleasure of both society's elite and the masses. The
Incorporating physical characteristics of National Collegiate Athletic Association players helps make video gaming more realistic, but at what cost? Rob Carey
Exclusive agreements. Inflated pricing. Strong arming competition. It reads like a scene out of the 1920s mob era. Unfortunately, it's the reality of a recent lawsuit