Aitken * Aitken * Cohn Part of Largest Automobile Class Action Lawsuit Settlement in U.S. History
As National liaison counsel and co-counsel for suit on behalf of secondary auto dealers, Wylie Aitken, founding partner of Aitken * Aitken * Cohn, and the firm are part of a team of 30 law firms and 80 plus lawyers that represented millions of Toyota vehicle owners in the largest automobile class action lawsuit settlement in U.S. history.
Video: The Boone family—singer Pat Boone and his daughters Lindy Boone Michaelis and Debby Boone, also a singer—share about going through a family tragedy when Lindy's son Ryan fell from the roof of his condo. They also discuss the power of prayer and Lindy's new book about the ordeal, "Heaven Hears".
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The CAOC held their 53rd Annual Convention last weekend at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC) is a professional organization made up of nearly 3,000 attorneys who represent plaintiffs seeking accountability from those who do wrong. … read more
On October 30th, Wylie flew out to Washington D.C. to receive the high honor of being a part of the Irish Legal 100, a list comprised of the most accomplished and distinguished lawyers of Irish descent in the nation. Below is … read more
On November 2nd, the Celtic Bar Association held the Fourteenth Annual Samhain Eve Celebration, welcoming the winter months and saying goodbye to the harvest season. During the event, Dennis S. Choate was honored as the 2014 Judge of the Year … read more
In 2011, an explosion awoke a San Bernardino family before daybreak. The noise resulted from a downed power line that had fallen into the family yard, setting fires in the front and back of the home. The father, attempting to … read more
The Trial Lawyers Board of Regents recently nominated Aitken Aitken Cohn for a 2014 Litigator Award! The Litigator Awards measure performance through “Verdict & Settlement” dollar achievement. While nearly 1.1 Million lawyers are considered nationwide, less than 1% of all … read more