Don't invite me to be a party to a class-action lawsuit that results in giving me a coupon while a bunch of lawyers get more than $3 million.
I won’t be a party to this…
Class action lawsuits should function more for people and less for lawyers
Restoring Class to Class Actions
More actions without class
Accountable to Nobody,
Bad Behavior by Lawyers
Having invented a client, the lawyers also get to choose a court.
Some class actions benefit everyone but the consumer
Consumers Get Short Shrift
Class Actions Benefit Lawyers at the Expense of Consumers
Minorities Rarely Winners
In Class-Action Lawsuits
Personal injury lawyers have long touted their work as noble and altruistic—saving poor consumers,
union workers and minorities from the unbridled greed of Corporate America. The reality, unfortunately, is far different.
$7 Billion Junk Fax Lawsuit Junked
A $7 billion lawsuit accusing 80 Houston businesses of sending unwanted faxes was dismissed in state district court.
PC Maker Flops Over
No consumer complaints; no problem. Computer giant Toshiba settles class action lawsuit for an astounding $1 billion.
Merry Christmas for Greedy Grinches
Class members get nothing in toy settlement.