EKO Law Profiled in Daily Journal
EKO Law was profiled in the most recent edition of the Daily Journal, California's most widely circulated legal news reporter.
The article, titled "Doing Good for Many," appears online and in the upcoming print edition. It focuses on the firm's origin and early achievements, highlighting its role in the Robinhood data breach litigation and partner Elizabeth Kramer's role as co-lead counsel in the recent $73 million settlement in the UCLA sexual abuse litigation.
The article also provides insights into the philosophy of EKO Law's founders and its mission to provide top caliber legal representation to people who would otherwise lack access to justice.
Partner Julie Erickson comments in the article on the importance of the class action vehicle "to fight against a big corporate figure that is breaking the law." Partner Kevin Osborne adds, "we want to provide that to people who otherwise don't have access either because they can't afford it ... or because of the economic realities of the situation."
EKO Law is a boutique litigation firm handling class actions on behalf of those seeking fairness, safety, and privacy. Our lawyers are recognized by the National Trial Lawyers, Thompson Reuters Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers In America, and others as leaders in the field.
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