Class action lawsuits are a way for consumers to stand up to large corporations when it's not feasible for one person alone to bring a lawsuit. There is power in numbers, and when enough people have been affected negatively by a company's actions, a class action lawsuit may be the best way to hold that company accountable. The consumer fraud lawyers at Markoff Leinberger have extensive experience with class action lawsuits, and they can let you know if you have the appropriate grounds for one.
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If you’ve been harmed or misled by a large corporation and you know that many other people have also been affected, you may want to consider filing a class action lawsuit. Class action lawsuits are different from standard lawsuits in that they are specifically designed to be able to represent large numbers of people.
In today's society, there are many ways to be scammed or fraudulently conned out of money. From telephone scams targeting senior citizens to sophisticated phishing scams that even a computer-savvy millennial might fall for, consumers need to be ever-vigilant in keeping their sensitive information and bank accounts safe.
With the advent of new technologies, many employers have turned to biometric data to more accurately keep track of employees clocking in and out.
Paul Markoff and Karl Leinberger are representing lead plaintiff Renetrice Pierre in Pierre v. Midland Credit Management, a class action suit with 68,754 members.
If you believe that you may have a claim that could be a part of a class action lawsuit, this presentation will help explain what class action suits are and how they work.