Seth M. Lehrman litigates complex civil litigation matters, including class actions, in state and federal courts in Florida, California, and across the United States. He represents individuals and businesses in class action and whistleblower cases to hold corporate wrongdoers accountable.
Mr. Lehrman also serves as class-counsel in class action cases involving hidden fees, unfair insurance practices, dangerous or defective products, consumer fraud, false and deceptive advertising, or credit reporting issues.
Mr. Lehrman is a member of the The Florida Bar, the State Bar of California, and various other federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. He is also a member of the American Association for Justice, Florida Justice Association, and Broward County Justice Association. The Legal Aid Society of Broward County has recognized Mr. Lehrman several times for his outstanding contribution of pro bono legal service.
Mr. Lehrman is rated AV by his professional peers through the Martindale-Hubbell © Peer Review Rating system. According to Martindale-Hubbell, the "AV" rating of "Very High to Preeminent" legal ability is a testament from peer legal professionals of the highest level of professional excellence and of unquestionable ethics.
Mr. Lehrman is an avid runner and has completed more than fourteen marathons. He also coaches AYSO youth soccer, which affirms his belief that life lessons are learned through sports. Mr. Lehrman is an active member of the congregation and brotherhood of Temple Dor Dorim, Weston, Florida. Mr. Lehrman is also on the Board of Directors of the Daniel D. Cantor Senior Center in Broward County.