Steven Williams and Christopher Young Speak at Pro Bono Webinar

Joseph Saveri Law Firm partner Steven Williams and associate Christopher Young were among the speakers at an April 30, 2021webinar co-sponsored by the Bar Association of San Francisco’s Justice and Diversity Center (JDC), the Asian Law Alliance, and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California: “What Can I Do as a Pro Bono Attorney in the Northern District?”

Joseph Saveri Law Firm Shortlisted for Chambers Diversity & Inclusion Awards: North America 2021

The Joseph Saveri Law Firm LLP has been shortlisted as an “Outstanding Firm for Pro Bono” for the Chambers Diversity & Inclusion Awards: North America 2021. These awards celebrate the fantastic achievements of firms and individuals who are furthering the advancement of diversity and inclusion across the USA and Canada.

Fighters In Antitrust Suit Against The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Announce Launch Of

PHILADELPHIA, April 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The representatives for a proposed class of professional mixed martial arts fighters in an antitrust lawsuit against the Ultimate Fighting Championship ("UFC") today announced the launch of a new case website——dedicated to informing members of the proposed class and the general public about the case.

Class Action Lawsuit Announcement for Those Who May Have Purchased or Provided Reimbursement for Restasis

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA- You could be affected by a class action lawsuit against Allergan, Inc. over prices of the dry-eye disease drug Restasis. The Court approved the lawsuit as a class action on behalf of a “class,” or group of people, that could include you. There is no money available now and no guarantee that there will be money available in the future.

4th Circuit Affirms Trial Court Decision to Divest Doors Manufacturing Plant—First-Ever Divestiture In A Private Cause of Action

On February 18, 2021, the Fourth Circuit affirmed a district court’s award divesting JELD-WEN—one of the world’s largest manufactures of Interior Molded Doors (“IMDs”) and one of two U.S. suppliers of doorskins, the primary component IMDs—of the Towanda doorskins manufacturing plant. The decision affirmed a judgment after trial requiring divesture, after the merger of the two […]

Surgical Care Affiliates, United Surgical Partners International, Others Sued in “No-Poach” Antitrust Class Action

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – The Joseph Saveri Law Firm has filed an antitrust class action complaint against Surgical Care Affiliates (SCA) and United Surgical Partners International (USPI), alleging these companies entered into agreements not to compete for one another’s senior-level employees. These so-called “no-poach” agreements enabled these companies to avoid paying competitive wages to […]

UnitedHealth, Others Hit With “No-Poach” Conspiracy Suit

(Law360) The former information technology director for outpatient clinic Surgical Care Affiliates has filed a proposed class action in Illinois federal court accusing the company of conspiring with competitors to not hire each other’s executives in order to depress salaries.

The Danger of Monopolies

At the Joseph Saveri Law Firm, we are one of the most recognized antitrust and global competition law firms in the United States, one that vigorously and successfully fights illegal monopolies and other collusive practices on behalf of classes of consumers and purchasers.

Calif. Firm Wants ‘Short Squeeze’ Suits Sent To San Francisco

(Law360)  A San Francisco law firm behind one of the dozens of lawsuits spawned from recent weeks of frenzied stock trading is seeking to combine the various suits into a multidistrict litigation that would play out in Northern California.