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Complex Litigation

Many disputes are so complex that only the most skilled and knowledgeable firms have the resources to handle the enormous amount of documents involved, the large number of potential deponents and witnesses, the intricate calculations and large quantities of data, the convoluted relationship between multiple issues, and the time constraints imposed by judges, opponents or client needs.

The lawyers of Cunningham Bounds have earned a national reputation with regard to class actions and complex litigation, which constitutes a major portion of the firm's overall practice. Our clients have included bondholder plaintiffs, home and property owners, builders and developers, consumers, farmers, family companies, non-profits and other institutions.

Our firm has handled national class actions and complex litigation cases involving diverse topics such as: defective products (hardboard siding, synthetic stucco and roofing shingles); securities fraud; antitrust; consumer fraud; and discrimination in lending practices. These cases present a number of challenges such as presenting and cross-examining expert witnesses in highly technical subjects as well as the use of sophisticated graphics to simplify very complex subject matters.

Cunningham Bounds is renowned for cases that have a high degree of complexity, including product liability, securities fraud, insurance bad faith, consumer fraud or discrimination in lending practices.  We have won some of the biggest verdicts and settlements in recent history in these types of cases. If you face a complex litigation case, please talk to one of our lawyers at Cunningham Bounds.



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Litigation Success

$149.9 Million Settlement

$149,950,000 Settlement Approved in Health System Pension Crisis

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$2.5 Million Settlement Reached in Class Action Against CitiMortgage

Tate et al v. CitiMortgage, Inc. | United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama 15-00058 | United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Alabama AP No. 09-1059

Partners with Cunningham Bounds obtained a $2,500,000 settlement against CitiMortgage for the use of improper affidavits in bankruptcy cases. ...

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