A Class Act - Class Action Litigation

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Class actions are a way for groups of people with common problems to seek a solution in a convenient format.

Class actions typically seek to solve simple questions that impact large number of people. Whether all of an insurance company’s claims personnel are entitled to overtime or whether all of the bank’s credit card customers were overcharged because of a single, unfair, interest calculation are good examples of problems that class actions best address.

This article covers discovery, depositions and interrogatories.

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