Keker, Van Nest & Peters and Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz scored separate defense verdicts in California this month in the rarest of trials: class actions.

The lawsuits were both in consumer class actions. On Feb. 21, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Carolyn Kuhl issued a tentative verdict for Keker Van Nest’s client, Public Storage, following a bench trial. And, on Feb. 22, a federal jury in San Francisco sided with Wilkinson Walsh’s client, Bayer.

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