Featured Cases

Below are some of the significant cases in which our firm is involved. You can read more about any underlined case by following that link.

Agreement in Principle reached in Volkswagen "Clean Diesel" (Emissions Defeat Device) MDL No. 2672
April 22, 2016

San Francisco, Calif. – (April 21, 2016) – The MDL Plaintiffs' Steering Committee leading the Volkswagen Emissions "Defeat Device" consumer class actions is pleased to announce that they have reached an Agreement in Principle with Volkswagen regarding the claims of all 2.0 liter TDI owners and lessees. The agreement is an important first step in the effort to obtain full compensation for consumers and remediation of the environment impact caused by excessive emissions.

Finkelstein Thompson LLP Comments on SEC Proposed Crowdfunding Rule
February 05, 2014

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently proposed regulations to implement Title III of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (“JOBS”) Act and Section 4(a)(6) to the Securities Act of 1933 in which Congress created an exemption to securities registration requirements that would equity-based crowdfunding. As a firm with more than four decades of experience in securities law, Finkelstein Thompson LLP is actively engaged in the development of this new industry and submitted comments in response to the SEC’s proposed rules.

Ninth Circuit Reinstates Claims Against Sony for Removal of the Other Operating System
January 08, 2014

PlayStation®3 (“PS3”) owners won a significant appeal that will allow consumers to pursue their claims that Sony caused damages by disabling the heavily advertised ability to run another operating system and use the PS3 as a computer.

Finkelstein Thompson Defeats NASDAQ’S Motion to Dismiss Case Over Botched Facebook IPO
December 18, 2013

Shareholders who participated in Facebook’s (NASDAQ: FB) botched IPO won a victory on December 11, 2013, when Judge Sweet of the Southern District of New York rejected NASDAQ’s (NASDAQ: NDAQ) motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit alleging NASDAQ negligently failed to properly test and design its systems.

Dry Max Pampers Important Notice
December 09, 2013

On December 5, 2013, the Honorable Timothy S. Black issued an important notice in the case titled In re Dry Max Pampers Litigation, which is pending in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. The litigation relates to the marketing and sales of Dry Max Pampers.