Sandy Liebhard

Sandy A. Liebhard, a founding partner at Bernstein Liebhard LLP, has successfully represented plaintiffs in complex litigations for more than 20 years. As dedicated consumer advocates, Mr. Liebhard and his fellow attorneys have taken on some of the largest corporate interest in the nation in cases involving dangerous pharmaceuticals, faulty medical devices and defective consumer products. As an author for, Mr. Liebhard has written extensively on the litigation involving proton pump inhibitors (Nexium, Prilosec, PrevAcid, etc.) and kidney injuries; Risperdal and gynecomastia; the Bair Hugger forced air warming blanket; talcum powder and ovarian cancer; transvaginal mesh; power morcellators; defective hip implants; and more.

Mr. Liebhard is a 1988 graduate of Brooklyn Law School. He is admitted to the Bar of the State of New York, as well as the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.

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Johnson & Johnson Ends Talc Baby Powder Sales in North America, Denies Cancer Risk

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Imerys Agrees to Auction North American Operations, Fund Talcum Powder Settlement

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Appeal of First Monsanto Roundup Verdict Will Focus on Damages

A California appeals court appears ready to uphold the nation’s first Monsanto Roundup verdict, but will likely reduce the $78.5 million judgment awarded to the plaintiff. Monsanto Roundup Lawsuit Appeal to be Heard on June 2nd Dwayne Johnson, a former … Continue reading

Uloric Heart Attack Lawsuit Claims Takeda Failed to Warn on Cardiac Risks

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Elmiron Lawsuit Alleges Johnson & Johnson Subsidiary Failed to Warn on Vision Risk

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Allergan Hit with FDA Warning Letter Over Recalled Breast Implants

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Glyphosate Exposure May Increase Parkinson’s Disease Risk

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Medtronic MiniMed Insulin Pump Lawsuit Removed to California Federal Court

Medtronic, Inc. has removed a personal injury lawsuit involving MiniMed 600-Series insulin pumps to California federal court, asserting state court is not an appropriate venue for the case. Lawsuit Involves MiniMed 670G and 630G Systems The Medtronic insulin pump lawsuit … Continue reading

New York Child Victims Act Deadline Extended Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Adult victims of child sexual abuse will have five additional months to file certain civil lawsuits under the New York Child Victims Act, following Governor Andrew Cuomo’s decision to extend the law’s one-year look-back window for decades-old claims. “Justice too … Continue reading

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