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Mass Tort & Class Action Specialists

We pride ourselves on the fact we are a boutique law
firm with a national reputation handling mass torts,
class actions and multidistrict litigation.

LUMBER LIQUIDATORS

Class Action Lawsuit

We are pleased to announce that we have
negotiated a $36,000,000 settlement with Lumber
Liquidators concerning the sale of its
Chinese-made laminate flooring sold to
approximately 900,000 consumers between
2011 and 2015.

FIELD TURF

Class Action Lawsuit

We have filed lawsuits in federal district courts
across the country against FieldTurf USA, Inc. on behalf
of school districts alleging this company defrauded
customers by knowingly selling defective artificial turf sports fields,
which were paid for using taxpayer’s money.

CITYCENTER

High Rise Commercial
Construction Defect Litigation

Alex Robertson, IV served as the lead
trial attorney for MGM Resorts International
and CityCenter Holdings, LLC., in the largest
construction case in Nevada’s history. The case
settled after seven weeks of jury selection and
just before Opening Statements were set to begin
in the year-long trial.

Martindale Hubbell

Alex holds an AV Preeminent rating
(5.0 out of 5.0) from Martindale Hubbell
Law Directory, meaning he has been rated
by his peers to hold the highest ethical
standards and professional ability.
This is the rating for the highest
level of professional excellence.

Super Lawyers

Mr. Robertson was voted a Super
Lawyer of Southern California for
2011, 2012 2013 & 2014. This
honor is bestowed on less than
5% of the lawyers in
Southern California.

Corp INTL

Voted Industry Choice
Construction Law Firm of the
Year in Nevada.

 

Thomas Fire and Montecito Debris Flow Lawsuits

Montecito and SCE Fire LawsuitAlex “Trey” Robertson, IV has been appointed by the Court as a member of the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee (PEC) for the Thomas Fire and Montecito Debris Flow cases, which have been coordinated as a Judicial Council Coordinated Proceeding (JCCP) and transferred to Judge Buckley, the Presiding Judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court, for all pre-trial purposes. Other members of our legal team, Robert Curtis of Foley, Bezek, Behle & Curtis (Santa Barbara) and Joseph Liebman (Santa Barbara) were also appointed to the PEC by the Court. Currently, our team represents more than 400 plaintiffs who have filed lawsuits against Defendant Southern California Edison Company (SCE), which allege that SCE caused the Thomas Fire and the resulting debris flow in Montecito. We represent one of the largest groups of plaintiffs in this JCCP proceeding. Click here to see the current court documents.

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FieldTurf Class Action Lawsuit

FieldTurf Lawsuit

We have filed lawsuits in federal district courts across the country against FieldTurf USA, Inc. on behalf of school districts alleging this company defrauded customers by knowingly selling defective artificial turf sports fields, which were paid for using taxpayer’s money. On June 1, 2017 the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation issued an order consolidating and transferring all cases filed against FieldTurf to Judge Shipp in the District of New Jersey for all pre-trial proceedings.  Judge Shipp has appointed Alex “Trey” Robertson, IV to the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee of this MDL to prosecute these cases. These consolidated proceedings have been assigned MDL No. 2779. A copy of the Transfer Order can be found  here.

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About Robertson & Associates

We specialize in “bet the company” cases, where the stakes are high, the issues are complex and there are many parties and their insurers involved in the dispute.  Alex “Trey” Robertson, IV has the unique ability to cut through the “fog of litigation” and develop a clear strategy to achieve the client’s litigation goals.  Called a “closer” by one chief judge in a very high profile national case, Robertson has developed a reputation of coming up with creative solutions to settle cases believed to be “un-settleable.”  His mix of hands-on construction experience and understanding of insurance

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