Kelly Anne Luther and Jacob Abrams Co-Author “Rule 23(b)(3) Predominance in Benefit-of-the-Bargain Actions”
Kasowitz Benson Torres partner Kelly Anne Luther and associate Jacob Abrams have co-authored “Rule 23(b)(3) Predominance in Benefit-of-the-Bargain Actions,” published in the International Association of Defense Counsel’s Product Liability Committee’s January 2020 newsletter. In the article, the authors examine product liability class actions where plaintiffs have alleged that a defect in a product itself constituted, rather than caused, plaintiffs’ injury, and circumstances in which such damages models have been found to satisfy the requirement of “predominance.”
Kelly Anne Luther is the managing partner of Kasowitz’s Miami office where she represents clients in high stakes litigation in state and federal courts throughout the United States. Ms. Luther has served as lead trial counsel in products liability disputes and complex commercial matters for various prominent clients, including tobacco, pharmaceutical, medical device and other companies. She has been recognized by Florida Trend Magazine, Super Lawyers, South Florida Legal Guide and The Best Lawyers in America.
Jacob Abrams is an associate in Kasowitz’s Miami office where he represents clients in product liability disputes and complex commercial litigation.