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Elizabeth DiNardo, Esq. | Associate Counsel

Posts by Elizabeth DiNardo, Esq. | Associate Counsel :

Mass Tort of the Month: TikTok Privacy Litigation

By | on 14, Aug 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

With social distancing measures and restrictions on in-person gatherings in place in the United States as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of social media has surged by Americans in an effor[...] Read More

Class Actions After COVID-19: Lawsuits to Watch

By | on 10, Aug 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

The 2020 Carlton Fields Class Action Survey—a report comprised of data from interviews with chief legal officers, general counsels and direct reports to general counsel at 400 large companies across a[...] Read More

Mass Tort of the Month: Evenflo Big Kid Booster Seat

By | on 27, Jul 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and associated shutdowns, the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (“JPML”), like many other courts across the country, has strived to keep litigation moving throug[...] Read More

Mass Tort of the Month: Allergan BIOCELL Textured Breast Implants

By | on 29, Jun 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

As courts begin to open and jurisdictions across the country determine new policies and procedures for operation, emerging class action suits and new mass torts continue to move through the American j[...] Read More

Mass Tort of the Month: Belviq

By | on 26, May 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

With courts across the country beginning to open after COVID-19 related shutdowns, attorneys nationwide are faced with navigating the new landscape of the legal profession in a post-pandemic world. Co[...] Read More

Mass Tort of the Month: Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate

By | on 24, Apr 2020 |   Litigation Spotlight

While the COVID-19 epidemic has impacted nearly every aspect of American life, many judges have made it clear that the judicial system must strive to continue to operate at as normal a pace as possibl[...] Read More

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