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The law firm of Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky LLP has handled class action lawsuits against some of the country's largest governmental entities and corporations in the world, including UPS, Sears, FedEx, The University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, The San Francisco Unified School District and others. Our law firms' lawyers are very experienced with class action lawsuits.
A class action lawsuit allows one person or a small group of people to sue on behalf of hundreds, thousands or hundreds of thousands of different people with similar complaints. Because there is strength in numbers, a class action lawsuit is a powerful tool that individuals can use to enforce the law against large corporations and government entities.
There are several factors that law firms must consider prior to bringing a lawsuit as a class action:
Numerosity - are there enough people affected by the illegal practice to warrant a class action
Commonality - do the affected people share common legal issues
Typicality - are the claims of the person(s) bringing the suit typical of those of the entire class
Adequacy of Representation - will the law firm bringing the case be willing and able to represent the interests of the entire class.
For information about the potential class action cases that our law firm investigating, see our Investigations box on the right.
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