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How a Class Action Litigation Works

How a Class Action Litigation Works

In a class action lawsuit, one or a small group of individual persons or businesses serve as representative plaintiffs for approximately 40 or more other individual persons or businesses who have suffered a similar legal wrong. These class representatives typically seek to remedy legal wrongs against a group of similarly situated individuals known as the class.

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Columbus Based Law Firm Leist Warner in the News

Columbus Based Law Firm Leist Warner in the News

Have a look at the video and linked articles shared in this post to catch up on recent happenings in the news and to learn more about how the attorneys at Leist Warner can help you with your legal issues. For more information, give us a call at 614-222-1000.

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Illinois Sears/Whirlpool Moldy Washer Class Certified

Illinois Sears/Whirlpool Moldy Washer Class Certified

After 10 years of litigation, an Illinois court recently certified a class of Illinois residents who allege that their Sears Kenmore Washer, manufactured by Whirlpool, was defectively designed. The Plaintiffs allege that the Sears/Whirlpool washing machines which they and similarly situated individuals purchased were defectively designed in a manner that permitted

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LinkedIn Privacy Class Action

LinkedIn Privacy Class Action

Based on a report by topclassaction.com, the class action accusing LinkedIn of violating privacy has survived a motion to dismiss. In her June 12 Order, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh wrote that the consumers did consent to...

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Court Denies Safeguard's Motion to Dismiss

Court Denies Safeguard's Motion to Dismiss

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Trader Joe's Class Action Settlement

Trader Joe's Class Action Settlement

Trader Joe's has settled a class action alleging that it improperly labeled food products "all natural products." The Class includes persons who purchased, on or after October 24, 2007 through February 6, 2014...

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