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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a class action?
A class action lawsuit allows one person or a small group of people to be represented by a law firm and 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 corporate firms and government entities.
Can my employer retaliate against me if I bring suit to enforce my rights?
Every state has laws which prohibit employers from retaliating against employees who take action to enforce their civil rights.
How long do I have to bring suit?
This depends on the kind of lawsuit that you want to bring and the jurisdiction in which you intend to bring your suit. Given that these "statutes of limitation" vary widely from state to state and from one type of a case to another, we recommend that you consult a lawyer immediatley if you feel that you may have a case.
What do I do if I think that I have been a victim of corporate fraud?
We recommend that people who believe that they have been a victim of corporate fraud contact a lawyer immediately.
Do you charge a fee for initial consultations?
No. We do not charge for initial consulations. Generally, we handle cases on a contingency fee. This means that we do not take any fees unless we win the case.
In what states can you practice law?
Our lawyers are licensed in the States of California and Arizona. However, with court approval, we are often permitted to practice in other jurisdictions in conjunction with local counsel. We are, however, prohibited from giving legal advice outside of California and Arizona without first associating local counsel. We, thus, maintain a nationwide network of local counsel across the country on whom we can call should the need arise.