Henry J. Kelston
Henry’s practice is concentrated in the areas of class actions, securities litigation and electronic discovery, representing consumers and investors nationwide. He currently represents consumers in class actions involving breast implants allegedly associated with certain cancers, the unlawful use of facial recognition and location tracking by leading technology companies, and improper bank fees charged by major national banks. He also represents limited partners defrauded by the managers of a private investment fund worth nearly $1 billion as well as consumers in Covid-related refund lawsuits. Henry has been on the front lines in data breach cases against some of the largest technology companies in the world and has represented consumers in class actions challenging food labeling practices, including several cases against major food manufacturers contesting the use of “natural” claims on products containing GMOs. His work in In re Conagra Foods, Inc. contributed to a groundbreaking decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, significantly strengthening the rights of consumers to bring class actions. Henry served as a member of the drafting team for The Sedona Conference Commentary on the Effective Use of Federal Rule of Evidence 502(d) Orders and assisted in developing The Sedona Conference Working Group 1 Draft Commentary on Privilege Logs. Most recently, he assisted in drafting The Sedona Conference Commentary on Legal Holds, The Trigger & The Process and served on the faculty for The Sedona Conference eDiscovery Negotiation Training.