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Robert B Carey

Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP

is Partner and Executive Committee Member with Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro. His practice focuses on class-action lawsuits, including auto defect, insurance, right of publicity, and consumer fraud cases. Mr. Carey’s work also extends to bad faith insurance, personal injury, and product liability, with several jury trials involving verdicts with hundreds of millions at stake. He has litigated bellwether cases in MDL proceedings, as well as landmark cases, including the suit against Electronic Arts by the developer of Madden NFL. He has secured numerous punitive awards, including a verdict in 2019 with $375,000,000 in punitives awarded to three families. While serving as Arizona Chief Deputy Attorney General Mr. Carey helped secure a $4 billion divestiture and a landmark $165 million antitrust settlement. He also was a drafter of the first major overhaul of Arizona’s criminal code, and authored the section of the federal Prisoner Litigation Reform Act of 1995 for Senators Dole and Kyl which virtually eliminated frivolous prisoner lawsuits. Mr. Carey developed and spearheaded passage of Arizona's law requiring the DNA testing of all sex offenders and the law requiring that criminals pay the cost of victims' rights. He was a campaign worker, intern, and staff member for U.S. Senator John McCain, during and after Senator McCain’s first run for public office, and is an Adjunct Professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, and has taught law and policy courses at the University of Denver and the University of Colorado. Mr. Carey is a former chair of the State Bar of Arizona Class Action and Derivative Suits Committee.

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