Grant & Eisenhofer last year racked up nearly $4 billion in settlements and recoveries against a diverse set of defendants, a testament to its litigation prowess.
In August, the firm reached a $41 million preliminary settlement with Porsche Cars North America Inc. over the company’s use of plastic, failure-prone coolant pipes in 2003-2006 model PorscheCayenne SUVs with V8 engines. The pipes resulted in eight consumer class actions that were consolidated. Grant & Eisenhofer — along with co-counsel Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy; Isaac Wiles Burkholder & Teetor; and Klein Kavanagh Costello — negotiated a settlement in which the company will pay for repairs for members of the class.
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