Represented (as Co-lead Counsel) a class of timeshare owners challenging the imposition of an unauthorized Special Assessment fee for the repair of one of the timeshare resorts in Hawaii. The case was settled in 2012.
Represented (as Lead Class and Derivative Counsel) time-share owners in a nationwide class action challenging pricing of WorldMark resorts and in derivative litigation against the WorldMark Board of Directors challenging corporate governance matters. After more than four years of litigation
Elizabeth Pritzker, as Co-lead Class Counsel, represented a nationwide class of consumers alleging deceptive conduct in design, manufacture and sale of music CDs containing digital rights management (DRM) software containing security flaws and limiting use of the CDs. The case
Elizabeth Pritzker, as Co-lead Class Counsel, represented consumers in a nationwide class action lawsuit alleging that Apple’s advertising about the battery life of its First and Second Generation iPods was false and misleading. The case resulted in a settlement conservatively