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Wage Theft? Unfair Pay? Learn What’s Needed For A Class Action Lawsuit

When laws are systematically violated, a class action lawsuit may be the best vehicle to obtain justice, not only for the individual who has been a victim of the illegal practices but also for other similarly situated individuals. California law requires two elements for a class action to be certified: ascertainability and community of interest.

Requirements For A Class Action

California law defines ascertainable by examining the class definition, the size of the class, and the means available for identifying the class members.

The community of interest requirement embodies three factors:

  • Predominant common questions of law or fact
  • Class representatives with claims or defenses typical of the class
  • Class representatives who can adequately represent the class

Our class action attorneys at Law Offices of Choi & Associates actively litigate class action cases for violations of California Labor Law, breach of warranty law and consumer protection laws.

A Stellar Track Record

Our law firm has earned judgments and penalties under the Labor Code of numerous seven-figure labor law class actions involving unpaid overtime, failure to provide meal and rest breaks, and unreimbursed business expenses. We have also received a judgment for class actions in automobile breach of warranty cases and violations of California’s gift card statute.

We have received numerous settlements for clients who have been victims of defective automobiles or medical devices. We remain at the forefront of representing individuals for class action and mass tort cases, and our track record of success speaks for itself in our ability to obtain the most favorable possible results for your case.

Fight Unfair Work Practices In Los Angeles

If you suspect your employer has violated your rights, you may be eligible to join a class action lawsuit. Our employment law team at Law Offices of Choi & Associates in Los Angeles can help you understand your options and fight for the compensation you deserve. We offer free consultations, so contact us today at 213-592-3309 or contact us online to get started.