What Judges Have Said About Us
“it’s always a pleasure to work with people who are experienced and who know what they are doing and are professional and who go about their work in a professional manner. So your clients were all blessed to have you . . .”
-Referring to Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, along with other counsel, in approving a $20mm Settlement of Joy Global, in December 2018.
United States District Judge Pamela Pepper, E.D. Wis.
“[A] remarkable achievement for many reasons . . . [it] sets forth a comprehensive compensation program and timeline that is consistent for every qualifying participant.”
-Referring to Lead-Counsel, assisted by the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee, including Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, LLC, in approving a $626mm Settlement for people affected by the Flint water crisis, in 2021.
United States District Judge Judith E. Levy, E.D. Mich.
“This Court further finds that the Settlement set forth in the Settlement Stipulation is the result of good faith, arm’s-length negotiations between experienced counsel representing the interests of Class Representatives, Settlement Class Members, and Defendants.”
-Referring to Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, along with co-counsel, in approving a $3mm Settlement of Spectrum Pharm., Inc., in 2020.
United States District Judge Richard F. Boulware, D. Nev.
“represents a substantial economic recovery for the settlement class” and Apple’s arguments are rejected because “[j]ust as the proof is in the pudding, the quality of class counsel’s representation is evident in the Settlement.” Additionally, “Plaintiffs’ stamina in maintaining this litigation . . . should be compensated, and the private enforcement of consumer protection statutes should be encouraged.”
-Referring to Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, along with co-counsel, substantial amount of time — over six years — devoted to this case, in approving a $20mm Settlement of Apple Inc., in the iPhone 4s litigation.
United States Magistrate Judge Lois Bloom E.D.N.Y.