Keker & Van Nest will host the conference, “Real Claims—Hard Lessons,” which will focus on three new recent ALAS claims.
With a federal judge declaring earlier this month that a jury should decide whether Lyft has been misclassifying drivers as contractors under California state law, the company has beefed up its defense team.
One name mentioned by virtually everyone the Daily Journal spoke to was Keker & Van Nest. Lawyers at some of the best firms in California said they model themselves after the litigation powerhouse.
We defended Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, from the New York Attorney General's claims.
We defended the founders of an environmental startup company in a breach of fiduciary lawsuit.
We defended former Citigroup executive Brian Stoker in one of the rare financial crisis cases to go to trial.
By winning a defense verdict in this federal jury trial, we protected Twitter Inc. from a patent infringement suit and a $40 million damages claim.
Keker & Van Nest wins landmark Fourth Amendment ruling.