National Plaintiffs’ Law Firm Handling Complex High-Stakes Litigation
Schneider Wallace Cottrell Konecky LLP is a national litigation law firm founded in 1993 that handles complex legal claims. From our offices in California, Texas, and Puerto Rico, our lawyers represent classes of individuals, businesses, institutions, and individuals in jurisdictions nationwide. We focus on class action, mass tort, and other complex commercial cases. Our team of experienced trial attorneys navigate the most complex areas of law to aggressively get results for our clients.
An in-depth investigation is the foundation of successful litigation. During the investigative phase, our attorneys work with our clients to understand the specifics of each industry or business so that our clients are a step ahead in the courtroom.
The Pre-Trial Litigation Process
Our work has taken us into federal and state courts, where we have pursued class action suits and other complex litigation both for and against Fortune 500 companies, government entities and major universities. We believe that the litigation process is the great equalizer. Through the dogged pursuit of targeted discovery (the evidence-gathering phase) we marshal evidence that is essential to the successful outcome of our clients’ cases. We firmly believe that preparation is the key to success in litigation. To that end, our firm is equipped to conduct discovery using the most advanced technology and sophisticated techniques available.
We believe that our clients maximize their results in litigation by always being prepared to proceed to trial. If a defendant is unwilling to come to a reasonable negotiated resolution, our law firm tries cases. Our award winning trial lawyers have tried cases in both federal and state courts across the country. Through our unrelenting pursuit of justice, we have demonstrated time and again that Schneider Wallace is one of the preeminent trial firms in America.
Once we accept a case, we represent our clients at all stages of the litigation. In our pursuit of our clients’ interests, we have argued cases in State Courts of Appeal, Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal, and the United States Supreme Court. Our goal is simple: We strive to obtain the best possible result for our clients.
Our law firm handles complex high-value, high-profile litigation. Recent results* we have achieved for our clients include:
- $1.367 Billion in Willits v. City of Los Angeles
- $400 Million in Lopez v. SFUSD
- $75 Million in Whitley v. JP Morgan
- $54.9 Million in Satchell v. FedEx
- $36 Million in Diebold et al. v. Northern Trust Investments, N.A. et al.
- $27 Million in Wren v. RGIS
- $24 million in Louisiana Firefighters’ Retirement System v. Northern Trust
- $19.75 Million in Tong v. CVS
- $15 Million in Lenahan v. Sears
- $15 Million Shemaria v. The County of Marin
- $14 Million in Elkin v. Six Flags
- $13.5 Million in Villalpando v. Exel
- $13.4 Million in Sosa v. Dreyers Grand Ice Cream, Inc.
- $13 Million in Winans v. Emeritus Corp.
- $12 Million in Bilewicz et al. v. FMR Investments LLC
- $10.6 Million in Singleton v. Regents
- $9 Million in Bond Hatch v. Quest Diagnostics, Inc.
- $9 Million in Holliman v. Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
- $9 Million in Mitchell v. Acosta Sales LLC
- $6.4 Million in Carnes v. Atria
- $6 Million in NFB v. Target
- $5.9 Million in Rosa v. Morrision Homes
- $5.8 Million in Bates v. UPS
- $5.8 Million in Jiminez v. Perot Systems
- $4.9 Million in Herring v. Hewitt
- $3.4 Million in Hollands v. Lincare
- $2.75 Million in Perez v. rue21, Inc.
- $2.5 Million in Eagan v. AXA
Consult with Our Experienced Trial Lawyers
Schneider Wallace represents classes of individuals, businesses, and institutions in national plaintiffs’ litigation. From our San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Houston, San Juan, and Charlotte offices, we handle cases nationwide in partnership with local firms.
*These cases are representative of the results obtained by Schneider Wallace and are not guarantees of a similar result. Actual results depend upon the facts and the law of each case.