Michael Hassen and Christopher Doyle were mentioned in the article “BG Retail: District Court Gives Initiative Approval to Davis Suit Deal” from the Class Action Reporter.
Christopher Doyle and Michael Hassen were mentioned in the Law360 article, “Gift Store Chain Settles TCPA Text Message Class Action,” for representing Things Remembered in a class action suit.
Michael Hassen was quoted in the Daily Journal article, “Auto Purchaser Plaintiffs Cannot Keep Would-Be Class Action in State Court, 9th Circuit Rules,” discussing his recent win for client, BMW, in the 9th Circuit.
Michael Hassen’s Class Action Defense Blog was mentioned in the Litigation Resource Community Blog for being a nominee of the LexisNexis Litigation Resource Community’s "Top 25 Tort Blogs for 2011."
Michael Hassen was quoted in the Daily Journal in the article "Apple Jumps on Dukes Bandwagon in Antitrust Suit," regarding the issue of class certification in light of the recent Wal-Mart Supreme Court decision.
Michael Hassen’s Class Action Defense Blog was highlighted in the National Law Journal article, "Which Law Firm Owns the Most Digital Real Estate?" Michael’s blog was used as an example of how a blog can dominate a Google search result for a particular practice area.
Michael Hassen was quoted in the Daily Journal’s article "Chocolate Makers Accused of Price Fixing: Lawyers Hope For A Chocolate Fix By Filing Class Actions," commenting on the number of federal lawsuits against chocolatiers.
JMBM, as well as Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog and Michael Hassen’s Class Action Defense Blog, were mentioned in the Real Lawyers Have Blogs article, "State of the Amlaw Blogosphere, June 2009", which gives statistics on law firms and lawyers with blogs.
JMBM was one of LexBlog’s list of law firms with blogs. Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog and Michael Hassen’s Class Action Defense Blog were mentioned.
Michael Hassen was listed in the article, "Mellow Motivator," by the Daily Journal for using Judge Peter Stone’s services.