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Consumer Law

Consumer protection laws generally make it unlawful to use deceptive or unfair practices in the sale of goods or services to the public. These claims often involve small amounts of money such as undisclosed added fees on your phone bill or misleading marketing offers from credit card companies, so it is necessary for consumers to join together in a class action to level the playing field against big companies who engage in deceptive or unfair practices. We have represented classes of hundreds, thousands, and even millions of individuals and small businesses in order to challenge widespread deceptive commercial practices. We have worked with state attorneys general, other law firms, and consumer advocates in the pursuit of our clients’ claims. If you think you may have a claim, here is what we look for:

  • A deceptive practice such as a failure to disclose something important about a product or service or its true price; …
  • that is repeated with many consumers in the same manner; and …
  • that causes people to lose some amount of money or property, however small.