Weitz & Luxenberg has continued to build on this tradition of success, growing as a firm both in size and resources. W&L today has over 100 attorneys working in world-class facilities located in New York, Los Angeles, Detroit, and Cherry Hill, N.J., outside of Philadelphia.
"When tragedies occur due to the irresponsible practices of corporations, Weitz & Luxenberg is there to help the victims, whether the crisis happens on a national scale or in a small community. Working alongside dedicated and creative attorneys is an honor, and I appreciate being a part of our team’s efforts to make things right for those who have suffered terrible hardships through no fault of their own."
"The practice of law in the context of mass-tort litigation is, in practical reality, a dynamic, communal activity, and necessarily so, for the needs of our clients demand a law firm capable of highly focused, precise, and timely legal work to right the devastating wrongs they have experienced at the hands of those interests responsible. Weitz & Luxenberg has assembled a uniquely effective, collegial, litigation team that is equipped to provide meaningful help to our clients and their families who demand justice. I am honored to have a hand in it."
"What happens to someone who develops mesothelioma, what happens to that person and his or her loved ones because of some corporation’s wrongdoing, is beyond tragic. That’s why I’m so very, very grateful for the opportunity each and every day to provide some measure of justice for the victims of asbestos."
"While I love the intellectual challenge of doing complicated medical device and pharmaceutical drug litigations, what motivates me and keeps me going is the opportunity to help individuals and families. I consider myself very privileged to be in the position I am to be of service to those in need."
"We live in a climate where corporate interests are often put above those of workers and consumers. With nearly limitless resources spent on lawyers and lobbyists, corporations have stacked the deck in their favor and against working families. I went into law to be a check on corporate powers and to hold them accountable for their misconduct. I want to help those hurt by that misconduct by giving them a voice, and I will do everything I can to fight for the justice they deserve."