Jason Kellogg is quoted in an article in Law360 on why it is essential for law firms to be upfront about data security events with clients, or risk losing them. “Certainly, telling clients who are thinking about hiring you about investments you’ve made in cybersecurity should only help enhance your ability to get that client,” […]

Jason Kellogg is quoted in an article in the Daily Business Review on a federal court in Fort Lauderdale certifing a nationwide class-action lawsuit seeking damages of more than $150 million against two health insurance technology companies based in Tampa. “This case shows that not all health insurance products are major medical insurance, and that […]

Jason Kellogg is quoted in an article in the Sun Sentinel discussing the latest development in the class action case, in which the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida certified class action status. Jason told the Sun Sentinel that “thanks to this ruling, we will be able to move forward in seeking […]

LKLSG’s ongoing class action lawsuit against Health Insurance Innovations is featured in Law 360, in which U.S. District Court judge Raag Singhal certified the consumers’ class status, clearing the way for it to move forward to trial. The plaintiffs are represented by LKLSG attorneys Jason Kellogg, Jeff Schneider and Victoria J. Wilson. Read more.

Jason Kellogg is quoted in a Daily Business Review article discussing cyberattacks against law firms. Hackers use ransomware attacks to prevent a firm from operating and servicing clients. Other attacks focus on the clients themselves. “An email attachment somebody clicks on will give the [hackers] access to the law firm’s files,” Kellogg said. Read more.

LKLSG’s ongoing class action lawsuit against the Simple Health Insurance scam is featured in Law 360, in which the group of consumers is seeking class certification. The lawsuit accuses two Tampa-based health care companies of defrauding customers out of millions of dollars by misrepresenting the benefits of the insurance policies. The plaintiffs are represented by […]

Jason Kellogg is quoted in an article in the Daily Business Review discussing the Eleventh Circuit federal appeals court decision, which disallowed incentive fees for class-action representatives. Jason told the DBR that the Eleventh Circuit opinion has “hit like wildfire last night among the lawyers who do class-action work.” Read more.