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Federal Judge Certifies CA, NY & FL Class Regarding Honda Tire Wear Defects

On June 12, 2012, a California federal judge struck a blow to Honda, granting class certification to a suit brought by Mr. Mendelsohn alleging the automaker violated warranties and consumer protection laws by knowingly selling Civics that contained a major tire defect. U.S. District Judge Margaret ...

Honda Civic Premature Tire & Brake Wear

HONDA CIVIC SETTLEMENT We have filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Honda relating to alleged defects in Honda Civic vehicles. Due to the alleged defects with the rear control arms, it is alleged that some Honda Civics are subject to uneven tire wear or premature tire wear. Honda ...

Mr. Mendelsohn Named to “New Leaders of the Bar”

In August 2012, Mr. Mendelsohn was named as one of the 50 "New Leaders of the Bar." According to the New Jersey Law Journal, "Mendelsohn ...

NJ’s 2nd Largest Recovery in 2012

According to the 2012 New Jersey Legal Almanac, this year Matthew Mendelsohn and his law firm have obtained several of the largest recoveries in New Jersey . These include the second...

Hurricane Sandy Attorneys

New Jersey and New York Hurricane Sandy Lawyers Insurance Litigation Regarding Insurance Company Bad Faith Hurricanes and tropical storms like Sandy are one of the most powerful and destructive forces known to man. Thousands of homeowners and business in the tri-state area and a...

$11.1 Million Verdict in First Surgical Mesh Trial

In the first vaginal mesh case in the country to go to trial against Johnson & Johnson and Ethicon, a New Jersey jury awarded our firm's client, Linda Gross $11.1 million in compensatory damages and punitive damages. The jury found that J&J was guilty of fraudulently misrepresenting the dang...

US Supreme Court Rules Class Arbitration Appropriate

Yesterday, in Oxford Health Plans LLC v. Sutter, the United States Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion affirming the arbitrator’s construction of an arbitration agreement that did not expressly ...