Legal Advice for Class Action — 35 results
A class action is a lawsuit brought by a group (or "class"), instead of a single person. It requires everyone in the group to have been wronged in the same way.
Written by Avvo Staff, over 6 years ago.
Class action is when a group of people (referred
to as the class) with the same complaint join together to bring a lawsuit
against a company or organization. Class action may apply (1)... more
Written by attorney Steven Fahlgren, over 2 years ago.
I often hear people joke about class actions. They hear about some case where the consumer received coupons and the lawyers received millions. Although there are abuses, they are the... more
Written by attorney Brian Canupp, about 3 years ago.
Lets say a drug you were taking caused a certain type of problem. A serious-looking man appears on TV says that, if you took it, you may be entitled to some money. An 800-number appears and... more
Written by attorney Michael S. Haber, almost 4 years ago.
What Is A Class Action Lawsuit? Class action lawsuits can be brought under federal law or under New York State law. There is considerable misunderstanding as to what a class action is.... more
Written by attorney Christopher Cobb, over 2 years ago.
By Christopher M. Cobb, Esquire
Condominium living is a way of life in Florida andcondominium associations are creatures of the Florida Statutes. A condominium associations capacity to... more
Written by attorney Joseph Weeks, over 4 years ago.
Numerosity A critical preliminary issue is whether the number of members of the class who share a common right is so large that a class action is the superior means by which to litigate... more
Written by attorney William Daniels, almost 5 years ago.
1. Class Actions Help Address Common Problems.
Class actions are a way for groups of people with common problems to seek a solution in a convenient format.
Class actions typically seek to... more
Written by attorney Beth Ann Klein, about 5 years ago.
If I join a class, what is my role? If you simply join a class action, and you are not a class representative, your role will be very small. Most of the time, your job will be to complete... more
Written by attorney Fred T Isquith, almost 6 years ago.
Class Action Defined A class action is a court procedure that allows one or more plaintiffs in court to bring claims on behalf of the plaintiff(s) as well as other persons not in court who... more
Written by attorney Michael Hassen, almost 6 years ago.
The plaintiff must have an individual claim to bring a class action claim. Because a class action does not create any substantive rights, the plaintiff in a class action must, first and... more
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