Along with our co-counsel, our office has recovered over $75 million dollars in class action cases representing employees in California who are victims of workplace abuses.
Our practice was founded on the single focused mission of providing strategic and aggressive representation for the prosecution of class action and individual cases on behalf of victims of workplace harassment, discrimination and wage theft.
What is a class action lawsuit?
A class action lawsuit may be appropriate where numerous employees have similar claims against their employer. A class action avoids the difficulty of joining all individual employees in a single suit, as well as the potential for inconsistent verdicts in separate suits.
Usually, only one person needs to file a class action lawsuit, and that person can seek to represent all of the other employees that are “similarly situated.”
What are the common types of class action lawsuits?
If you are the victim of a workplace abuse (such as unpaid wages, discrimination, or harassment), you may not be the only victim. It is important that you speak to a trained class action lawyers to determine if your case might be suitable for a class action. For example, a lot of the following types of claims can be brought as class actions:
- Unpaid wages or overtime wages
- Meal break and rest break violations
- Unlawful deductions from wages
- Expense reimbursement (cell phones, gas, mileage, or other expenses that are not reimbursed)
- Unpaid commission wages
Hiring a Class Action Lawyer
Our office has been representing California employees in class action cases throughout the entire state. We have successfully and collectively represented over a hundred thousand employees in our class action cases and have recovered over $75 million dollars for victims of workplace abuse through class action lawsuits. If you believe that you are a victim of workplace abuse, and want to speak to a class action lawyer, we offer a free confidential consultation. The lawyers at our office regularly handle class action cases across the entire state of California. Reach out now for a free consultation and to learn more about class action cases.
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That person can be a current employee or a former employee. That person is called the “class representative” and must act in the best interests of the other similarly situated employees. The class representative must have claims that are typical of the other similarly situated employees.