Class Action

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Lindquist’s Class Action attorneys have developed a consistent record of successfully defending class actions in state and federal courts nationwide across a broad range of industries and legal issues––including consumer fraud, lender liability, mass torts, securities and antitrust matters. We have particular experience in Telephone Consumer Protection Act, Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act and financial services matters and routinely represent clients in securities fraud, derivative shareholder actions, antitrust and lender liability cases. Our attorneys have also represented numerous corporations as “opt-outs” in pursuing recoveries in antitrust price fixing and market allocation cases.

We combine our command of the rules and procedures governing class actions with our breadth of experience litigating across several legal disciplines to force quick resolutions and avoid protracted certification motions and trials. We provide additional value through efficient staffing and our considerable in-house e-discovery expertise to streamline the litigation process and save our clients time and money.

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