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DiCello Levitt Makes International Headlines With $50 Million Recovery in East Cleveland Police Misconduct Case

A Cuyahoga County jury has awarded DiCello Levitt client, Arnold Black, $50 million from the city of East Cleveland. The eye-opening verdict stems from a 2012 arrest where Black was beaten by police and locked in a storage closet for several days. Mr Black was represented by attorneys Bobby DiCello and Justin Hawal, who shined […]

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Jury Awards $50 Million to Man Beaten, Locked in Police Department Storage Closet

Verdict Spotlights History of Dysfunction, Misconduct and Coercion in East Cleveland Government and Police Force East Cleveland, OH – August 12, 2019 – A Cuyahoga County jury has awarded Arnold Black $50 million in his case against the city of East Cleveland, a matter involving brazen police misconduct that has captured the nation’s attention, even […]

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DiCello Levitt Files Data Breach Class Action Lawsuit Against Capital One & Amazon

Complaint alleges failure to protect the confidential information of over 100 million consumers SEATTLE, August 7, 2019 – DiCello Levitt Gutzler, led by partners Adam Levitt and Amy Keller, has filed a national class action lawsuit against Capital One and Amazon in the wake of the latest major data breach to rock U.S. businesses. The […]

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Amy Keller Profiled by CBS News Following Historic Equifax Settlement

Partner Amy Keller was profiled by CBS Chicago on August 6, 2019 regarding her pivotal role in securing the largest data breach settlement in history. The youngest woman ever to co-lead a nationwide MDL, Amy helped hold Equifax accountable for the massive 2017 data breach which exposed the Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, […]

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Amy Keller Named AmLaw ‘Litigator of the Week’ For Landmark Equifax Settlement

DiCello Levitt partner, Amy E. Keller, and her distinguished co-counsel, Norm Siegel of Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP, Ken Canfield of Doffermyre Shields Canfield & Knowles LLP, and Roy E. Barnes of Barnes Law Group, have been honored by AmLaw Litigation Daily as “Litigators of the Week” following the recent landmark Equifax data breach settlement. Already […]

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DiCello Levitt’s Amy Keller Recognized For Pivotal Role in Helping Secure Largest Data Privacy Settlement in History

Partner Amy E. Keller served as co-lead counsel in the high-profile class action litigation stemming from the massive 2017 Equifax data breach, which exposed the Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some cases, the driver’s license and credit card numbers of over 147 million consumers. On July 22, 2019, Amy and her co-counsel […]

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Attorneys Secure Preliminary Approval of Historic Settlement for Consumers Impacted by 2017 Equifax Data Breach

Class Action Settlements Drive $1 Billion in Equifax Business Practice Reforms and over $500 Million in Consumer Relief ATLANTA, July 22, 2019 – In a historic victory for U.S. consumers, credit reporting firm, Equifax (NYSE: EFX), has agreed to settle a nationwide class action stemming from one of the most notorious data breaches in U.S. […]

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Robert F. DiCello Published in Trial Magazine

DiCello Levitt partner Robert F. Dicello was published in the July 2019 edition of Trial Magazine. His article titled “Demonstrative Exhibits: Are You Doing it Wrong?” examines the importance of creating better demonstrative exhibits at trial using voice, images, and textual elements to capture the jury’s attention and enhance their understanding. Multisensory presentations, when done […]

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Mark Abramowitz Testifies at the Ohio State Legislature in Opposition to Ohio House Bill 251

Mark Abramowitz of DiCello Levitt Gutzler spoke yesterday before the Ohio House Civil Justice Committee on behalf of small business owners and the Ohio Association of Justice. The committee was gathering testimony for and against HB 251, which seeks to reduce the statute of limitations on contracts from 8 years to 3 years. Abramowitz spoke […]

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