The quality of counsel in this case on both sides was outstanding. Every issue was aggressively and very professionally litigated and I put great stock in the fact that each side thinks this is a fair settlement to both sides… I have to consider the complexity of the litigation and this case had my head spinning for the two motions that I decided. These were really hard issues. And finally, the professional, skill and standing of counsel involved in both sides. As far as I’m concerned, these counsel, all of them, are at the top of their profession… Thank you. It was a real privilege to work with you folks on this case. I was just telling my new law clerk that this was one of the hardest cases I’ve had in five years and one of the very best litigated. So thank you very much. I appreciate everybody’s hard work and a sensible resolution of a hard case. Take care. – Hon. Matthew F. Leitman, Kerrigan v. Visalus, Inc.Case No.: 2:14-cv-12693-MFL-DRG E.D. Michigan (November 13, 2019)



“I’ve been a district judge for 18 years now and I think there [are] a number of things I love about what I do:  Always challenging, always being exposed to. . . and meeting new lawyers and, in particular, highly-talented, highly-skilled lawyers like those of you that are here in the courtroom today. . . I’m surrounded in this courthouse by other judges who have, people that are very experienced in MDL work. . . But I speak for [Hon. Magistrate Judge Teresa J. James] and for me for sure that we’re very excited to be handling this case and very excited to be working with such a fine group of accomplished and experienced lawyers.” – Julie A. Robinson, D.Kan. (Init’l Conf. Hr’g. Tr. 10-11.)


“[T]his multiplier is justified by the risk of non-recovery in this case and the need to reward counsel for their significant achievement on behalf of the End-Payor Class . . . End-Payor Plaintiffs’ counsel are highly experienced in complex antitrust class action litigation . . . . they have obtained a significant settlement for the Class despite the complexity and difficulties of this case.” – Hon. John R. Padova, Nichols v. SmithKline Beecham Corp., No. 00 Civ. 6222, 2005 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 7061, at *71-72, 79 (E.D. Pa. Apr. 22, 2005)


“I wanted to express appreciation again to class counsel for taking this case.  I believe these are the kind of cases Federal Courts should do and are appropriate for class resolution.” Hon. Patti B. Saris, In re Pharmaceutical Industry Average Wholesale Price Litig., MDL No. 1456, No. 01-cv-12257-PBS (D. Mass.) (final settlement hearing, with defendant GlaxoSmithKline, July 19, 2007)

“I admire very much the work that you have done in this case, and you have taught me something. I think I’m more knowledgeable and a better judge because I’ve had contact with you. And thank you very much.” – Hon. G. Patrick Murphy, Clancy-Gernon Funeral Homes, Inc. v. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc., No. 09 Civ. 1008 (S.D. Ill.)


“Despite a small roster of attorneys, (Wexler Wallace LLP) regularly goes toe-to-toe with some of the largest companies and corporations in the world.” -Benchmark Plaintiff, 2012