What is a class action?
A class action lawsuit is usually filed by a group of people who have all been injured by the same company or product in the same manner. In order for a lawsuit to be considered a class action, a court has to determine that the number of plaintiffs is large enough to make a group proceeding more efficient than trying each case individually.
We have experience with a broad range of different class action cases, and we help ensure that our clients are compensated for their suffering. Some of the most common grounds for class action lawsuits are: wage-and-hour class action, consumer-rights class action and antitrust class action.
Consumer rights class action
If a person or group has defrauded multiple victims, the people harmed can file a class action lawsuit. Our attorneys can help victims regain the assets they lost along with, in some cases, compensation for the stress and emotional trauma that consumer fraud often causes.
Wage-and-hour class action
Some companies may not pay their employees for the hours they work or try to avoid paying for hours worked overtime. They also sometimes withhold benefits. PARRIS can help workers file a class action lawsuit against a company. Our class action attorneys resolve disputes and obtain the wages and other benefits that employees are owed.
Pending Class Actions