On November 13, 2015, Bressler Firm, on behalf of three clients, filed suit in US District Court for the District of Massachusetts against Bill Cosby for defamation (joining co-plaintiffs in Green et al. v. Cosby)
On February 22, 2016, Camille Cosby was compelled by Plaintiffs' counsel Michael Bressler and co-counsel Joseph Cammarata to sit for a deposition as part of a lawsuit filed against her husband, Bill Cosby. Mrs. Cosby testified for approximately 2.5 hours during this deposition.
On April 20, 2016, Camille Cosby was compelled by Plaintiffs' counsel Michael Bressler and co-counsel Joseph Cammarata to return and sit for the conclusion of her deposition as part of a lawsuit filed against her husband, Bill Cosby.
On June 17, 2017, the jury in Bill Cosby's six day criminal trial for aggravated indecent assault failed to reach a verdict. In a shocking move, the defense attorney concluded their case in a matter of minutes. After 53 hours of deliberations the jury returned and announced that they were hopelessly deadlocked. The prosecution stated that they intend to retry Mr. Cosby.
Attorney Michael Bressler, who has been watching the trial proceedings, said long deliberations, in general, could be an indication that an ongoing debate is happening behind the closed doors as jurors take “issue with some of the facts.”
Or, it simply could be a sign that the jurors are meticulous, he said. “You could have a conscientious jury that is taking their civic responsibility very seriously…wanting to do a diligent job of going through the evidence and making sure they understand it correctly,” said Bressler, who is co-counsel in the forthcoming sexual assault civil case, Green v. Cosby.
On May 22, 2014, Bressler Firm, on behalf of 14 black employees, filed a lawsuit in US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois against REXAM PLC for race discrimination.
Update. April 2019 - Bressler Firm and co-counsel settle clients' claims against Bill Cosby for a confidential sum.
Yasmine Kittles of the Los Angeles electronic band Tearist files a sexual battery report with the Los Angeles Police Department music publicist Heathcliff Berru