Types of Class Action Claims We Handle
A class action wage and hour lawsuit in California is one in which a large number of employees with the same or similar grievances against their employer sue their employer collectively as a group. … Failing to give employees required meal or rest breaks, or requiring them to work during their breaks.
False advertising consumer lawsuits are generally brought as class actions by large numbers of consumers deceived by a defendant company or companies. Class actions enable consumers whose personal losses would not justify an individual suit to join with others victimized by the same manipulative and illegal tactics.
a data breach exposes confidential, sensitive, or protected information to an unauthorized person. The files in a data breach are viewed and/or shared without permission. Anyone can be at risk of a data breach — from individuals to high-level enterprises and governments.
Consumer fraud is commonly defined as deceptive business practices that cause consumers to suffer financial or other losses. … Fraud against consumers is often related to false promises or inaccurate claims made to consumers, as well as practices that directly cheat consumers out of their money.
The use of any false representation or deceptive means to collect or attempt to collect any debt or to obtain information concerning a consumer. … (14) The use of any business, company, or organization name other than the true name of the debt collector’s business, company, or organization.
Unfair business practices include misrepresentation, false advertising or representation of a good or service, tied selling, false free prize or gift offers, deceptive pricing, and noncompliance with manufacturing standards.
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