Blake believes in the power of class actions to make people whole and to hold businesses, government, and other entities accountable.
An experienced trial attorney, Blake Stubbs focuses his practice on product defect class actions, particularly those involving the automotive industry. He has also represented people who suffered harm from civil rights violation, sex abuse, automobile accidents, fraud, discrimination, and other types of injuries.
Blake uses the power of class actions to make injured people whole and to hold businesses, the government, and other entities accountable for misconduct, such as concealing product defects, fraud, and failing to protect people’s privacy.
Blake is also passionate about defending, upholding, and seeking justice for people whose civil rights are violated by the government. His dedication to this is exemplified by his service as a Vice Chair on the Civil Rights Committee of the Chicago Bar Association Young Lawyers Section.
Prior to joining DiCello Levitt, Blake practiced at two law firms and served as an Assistant State’s Attorney for the Boone County State’s Attorney’s Office. He gained valuable courtroom experience early in his career by prosecuting traffic, DUI, and criminal misdemeanor cases.
- Currently representing classes of owners of vehicles with an excessive oil consumption defect in class actions across the United States, including one in which the jury recently reached a $102 million verdict
- Currently representing certified classes of owners of vehicles with a brake defect in Weidman v. Ford Motor Co. with trial scheduled in 2023
- Represented class of direct purchaser plaintiffs in In re Broiler Chicken Antitrust Litigation
- Represented abuse survivor claimants in In re Boy Scouts of America Bankruptcy
- Note, Technological Ubiquity and the Evolution of Fourth Amendment Rights, 62 DRAKE L. REV. 575 (2014).
- U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin