Before joining Sanders Viener Grossman, L.L.P., Randi Kassan, specialized in mass claim insurance litigation for three years at Baker Sanders, L.L.C. Randi graduated from Binghamton University with a B.A. in Psychology and J.D. from Hofstra University Law School. She now specializes in Mass Tort Litigation and is well-known within the industry for her tireless effort, tenaciousness and detail-oriented work.
Randi's mass tort experience stems from specializing in New Jersey Vioxx litigation discovery, then assisting on the Avandia steering committee, as well as conducting the discovery committee during the Fosamax trial in the Superior court of New Jersey. Furthermore, Ms. Kassan has worked on the Bextra/Celebrex litigation, Oxycontin II litigation, Guidant defibrillator litigation, Zicam Cold and Remedy Litigation, Chantix litigation in Alabama and New York.
Randi is currently representing client's with injuries from prescription drugs such as Mirena, Actos, Propecia, Crestor, Reglan, Januvia, Byetta, Granuflo and defective devices such as Depuy ASR Hip, Depuy Pinnacle Hips, Stryker Hips, Bone Infuse, Biomet Hips, certain parts of the Zimmer Nexgen Knee and Transvaginal Mesh.
Randi has garnered a plethora of experience and knowledge in the mass tort community by staying intimately involved in all facets of the litigations, specifically Electronic Storage discovery, Party and Non-Party Discovery and Science in multiple mass torts across the country. She is a member of the Steering Committee in Zimmer Nexgen Knee Multi-District litigation in Illinois where she led the negotiations for developing the Case Management Order for Electronic Storage Information (ESI). She also led the negotiations for the Electronic Discovery protocol for the Propecia Multi-District Litigation (MDL) In the Eastern District of New York.
Randi is an active member of The Sedona Conference Working Group on electronic discovery. She is a member of the American Association of Justice and co-chairs the Propecia AAJ Litigation Group. She is admitted to practice law in the State of New York, as well as the United States District Courts in the Eastern, Western, Northern and Southern Districts of New York and the District of Colorado.