Jeffrey Kaliel earned his law degree from Yale Law School in 2005. Mr. Kaliel... more
Jeffrey Kaliel earned his law degree from Yale Law School in 2005. Mr. Kaliel graduated from Amherst College summa cum laude in 2000 with a degree in Political Science. He spent one year studying Philosophy at Robinson College, Cambridge University, England. After law school, Mr. Kaliel joined the Honors Program at the Department of Homeland Security, where he worked on some of the Depar... view profile
Monte Taylor-Densley is admitted to practice law in both the U.S. and Canada. Mr.... more
Monte Taylor-Densley is admitted to practice law in both the U.S. and Canada. Mr. Taylor-Densley obtained his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law. While in law school, he attended the Wharton School of Business where he received a Certificate in Business and Public Policy. Following law school, Mr. Taylor-Densley attended the University of Toronto Faculty of Law where he re... view profile
A class action lawsuit is a particular kind of litigation, used when a large number of people have the same problem with a company's product or activities. Many companies have had class action lawsuits filed against them, including Apple Computer, Farmers Insurance, Burger King, LP Siding, Microsoft, and Coppertone. Class action lawsuits are also filed against companies for product defects that could potentially hurt anyone buying their products. Asbestos and tobacco class action claims are examples, as are the drug class action cases against the manufacturers of Accutane, Celebrex, Ephedra, Vioxx, and Paxil. Class action attorneys can discuss the pros and cons of a class action lawsuit with you if you think one may be appropriate. Class action lawyers are usually paid on contingency, which means they receive a percentage of the money paid if you win the lawsuit.