Stacey Slaughter Named to Twin Cities Business’ Notable Women in Law List

October 13, 2020

Robins Kaplan LLP is pleased to announce that Stacey Slaughter has been named to Twin Cities Business’ 2020 Notable Women in Law list. The list profiles accomplished women in the field of law in Minnesota.

Slaughter is a partner with more than 20 years of experience in complex commercial, consumer, financial, and antitrust litigation. She has tried cases in court and arbitration forums across the country. Over her career, Slaughter has helped recover more than $1 billion for victims of fraud, negligence, and unlawful conduct.

In one of her most recent successes, Slaughter served as an appointed member of a nine-person Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in multidistrict litigation against Fiat Chrysler over “defeat devices” that masked vehicles’ true emissions levels. In 2019, a judge approved a settlement of more than $300 million, along with benefits of more than $239 million and an additional $300 million in civil penalties.

Among her past noteworthy cases, she played a key leadership role in Dahl v. Bain Capital Partners, LLC, representing investors in a class action, antitrust suit against private equity firms for a conspiracy to suppress the buyout price for public companies, which settled for $590.5 million. She also represented an institutional investor in The Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh v. JP Morgan Chase & Co, et al., to recover approximately $30 million for toxic, residential mortgage-backed securities. 

To read Slaughter’s profile in Twin Cities Business, click here.

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