• Girard Sharp is investigating potential claims on behalf of Entegris, Inc. stockholders in connection with potential violations of state and federal securities laws that may have led to stock declines.

  • Girard Sharp consumer attorneys are investigating for potential violations of the Video Privacy Protection Act (“VPPA”). WTOP may be improperly disclosing subscribers’ personally identifiable information to third parties without notifying users or obtaining their consent.

Pending Cases

  • In re. Subaru Battery Drain Products Liability Litigation

    Co-lead counsel in class action alleging defective electronic system resulting in premature battery failures in Subaru vehicles. Proposed settlement reached—click here to find out if you have a claim.

  • Shirin Bayati & Mojan Kamalvand v. GWG Holdings

    Representing purchasers of GWG Holdings, Inc. in a class action lawsuit alleging that the company may have made false and misleading statements to investors in connection with the issuance and sale of L Bonds.


  • Pacific Fertility Center

    Girard Sharp represents IVF patients of Pacific Fertility Center whose eggs and embryos were damaged or destroyed in a cryopreservation tank failure. On June 11, 2021, after a three-week trial, a jury found the tank manufacturer, Chart Industries Inc., liable for a defect in the tank and for its negligent failure to recall a part that malfunctioned, a “controller” meant to monitor liquid nitrogen levels. The jury awarded more than $14 million in damages to three women who lost eggs and a married couple who lost embryos in the catastrophic March 2018 tank failure. The three women were each awarded between $2 million and $3 million, and the couple was awarded $7.2 million. Girard Sharp represents over 80 families who lost reproductive material in the tank failure.

  • USC and George Tyndall

    Girard Sharp served as co-lead counsel in a class action against the University of Southern California and campus gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall on behalf of women who were sexually abused by Tyndall during his long tenure at USC. The case generated $215 million in recoveries for survivors. In addition to requiring that USC recognize the harm done to all of Tyndall’s patients, the settlement requires USC to adopt and implement procedures for identification, prevention and reporting of sexual and racial misconduct.

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