Lead Counsel: An attorney approved by the court to be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the litigation for a party, usually the plaintiff. Liaison Counsel: An ...
Liaison counsel's functions are generally administrative, as this attorney will deal with plaintiff and codefendant counsel, as well as with the court. Properly ...
necessary to establish a leadership structure for the plaintiffs, and sometimes for .... liaison counsel for the plaintiffs, and often a supporting committee when the.
Aug 16, 2017 ... MDL, the Court appoints the following attorneys to serve as Co-Lead and Co-. Liaison Counsel for Plaintiffs and Plaintiffs' Steering Committee ...
forward in a cost-effective and efficient manner, plaintiffs' counsel must be ... Third , certainly recommends the designation of lead counsel, liaison counsel,.
Sep 22, 2017 ... NOW INTO COURT come Plaintiffs' Co-Liaison Counsel (“PLC”) and ... Liaison Counsel (“DLC”), who respectfully submit this Joint Report No.
The Plaintiffs' State Liaison Committee will attempt to identify all pending state ... each action, plaintiff's counsel, jurisdiction the action was filed in, and the.
Plaintiffs' Liaison Counsel. Robin L. Greenwald WEITZ & LUXENBERG, PC 700 Broadway New York, NY 10003. Telephone: (212) 558-5500. Facsimile: (212) ...
Nov 28, 2016 ... Plaintiffs' Liaison counsel: Dawn Barrios of Palmer Lambert Barrios LLP of New Orleans, Louisiana and Palmer Lambert of Gainsburgh ...