Spencer Sheehan Sheehan & Associates, P.C.
Class action lawsuits are an important part of our legal system. All citizens should have the right to band together and settle grievances with bigger companies.
Consumer Class Actions
Consumer Class Actions can allow lots of people who suffered a small amount of harm to join together to level the playing field. Think about it – if you buy a defective toaster oven for $40 and the company refuses to fix it or give you a new one, it’s often impractical to hire a lawyer to protect your rights. It’s also not likely to hire a lawyer to represent you on a contingency basis, because the most you would likely recover would be the value of the toaster.
But if there are hundreds of thousands of people who bought the same toaster and experienced a defective product, a class action lawyer might be the right fit. A class action lawsuit lets you, the consumer, join together with all the other folks out there that suffered the same problem.
CLASS ACTION LAW
- False Advertising
- Defective Electronic Devices
- Food Fraud
- Negative Option Billing
- Bank Overdraft Practices
- Failure to Honor Warranties on Product
- Failure to Cancel Services or Subscriptions
- Anti-Competitive Conduct
- False & Misleading Retail Sales
- Consumer Issues
- Unfair Practices
Sibrian v. Cento Fine Foods, Inc. – 2:19-cv-00974-JS-GRB – First Amended Complaint
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Article 78 FOIL Request – Reply Papers
After filing a petition on a Freedom of Information Law (“FOIL”) Request, the State, through one of the attorneys in the Attorney General’s office, will respond to you. Then you will submit a reply affirmation. It is amazing the amount of effort that is often put in trying to protect documents that have no real confidential information […]
Fighting an H-1B Visa Application in District Court
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