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Milberg is an internationally recognized law firm dedicated to defending victims of corporate and other large-scale wrongdoing. Since the firm’s founding in 1965 it has repeatedly taken the lead in landmark cases that have set groundbreaking legal precedents, prompted changes in corporate governance, and recovered over $50 billion in verdicts and settlements.
Our team of award-winning attorneys spans five offices across the Americas and Europe.
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Elmiron Vision Loss
Janssens' drug Elmiron has been linked to a rare type of eye disorder. Patients across the country are filing Elmiron lawsuits to hold the drugmaker accountable. Find out if you qualify.Read More
Google Antitrust Lawsuit
Milberg's Peggy J. Wedworth has been appointed to the steering committee of a consolidated class action lawsuit alleging Google antitrust violations.Read More
Orbera Balloon Lawsuit
Milberg attorney Tina Bullock won a court decision that created an exception to the learned intermediary doctrine in Mississippi.Read More
MSU Students Lawsuit
Despite the cancellation of live in-person instruction, the constructive eviction of students at the University for the remainder of the semester, and the cessation of all campus activities...,See More
Vail Resorts Lawsuit
Coronavirus brought an abrupt end to the 2019 – 2020 ski season, with every resort in North America closing by March 26. Vail Resorts Inc., which operates 34 North American resorts...Read More
Purdue Class Action Lawsuit
On April 9, 2020, Milberg filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of Purdue University students who were forced to leave campus and take online courses due to the COVID-19 outbreak...Read More
Feared by corporate America.— Fortune
$4 Billion Settlement – Prudential Insurance Co. Sales Practice Litigation - In re Prudential Insurance Co. Sales Practice Litigation, No. 95-4704 (D.N.J.)
$1.14 Billion Settlement – Nortel Networks Corp. Securities Litigation - In re Nortel Networks Corp. Securities Litigation, No. 01-1855 (S.D.N.Y.)