Litigation

The Firm's Class Action Practice Group has extensive experience and proficiency in defending and, in some cases, prosecuting class action and multi-district litigation claims.

Our Services

Our experience allows us to successfully manage large, complex class actions and multi-district litigation. Our attorneys provide counsel for banking practices, securities, insurance payments, various statutory and consumer protection claims, environmental torts, medical monitoring, and others. We also handle cases involving race, sex, and age discrimination; unequal pay claims; and wage-and-hour claims.

Our Clients

The clients we assist to resolve class action claims come from a broad range of industries. Our representations have included:

  • Financial institutions including mortgage lenders, nationwide and regional banks, broker-dealers, and insurance companies
  • Clients involved in agricultural, environmental, and medical monitoring disputes, including a developer of genetically modified crops and a mining company
  • Manufacturers in a range of matters including discrimination, defective product, shareholder class actions, and multi-district litigation
  • Healthcare entities including medical device manufacturers, healthcare systems, managed care organizations, and claim administrators
  • Debt collection agencies
  • Consumers
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