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Class Actions

Class actions are now broadening their influence beyond traditional areas of law such as consumer protection and product liability, and have begun expanding, with increasing success, into other areas of law such as securities law, competition law, employment law, franchise law, environmental law, and human rights law.

Joining a class action is a way to have your disputes resolved in a low-risk, low-cost manner. In most circumstances, class actions are pursued on a contingency fee basis, meaning that class counsel is only paid if a settlement or court award is achieved.

By bringing an action on behalf of hundreds or thousands of individuals, class actions make it possible to pursue claims that would, on an individual basis, be uneconomical.

Call Cunningham Bounds to level the playing field. Our class action litigation efforts have achieved successes that have not only recovered billions of dollars in settlements, but also achieved substantial reforms in corporate governance that protect us all.


Jul 14, 2016 | Newsletter

Legal Update - Summer 2016

Feb 05, 2009 | Presentation

Class Litigation and Arbitration

Unless and until the Federal Arbitration Act is amended, mandatory arbitration for claims against business is here to stay. Creative lawyers have been looking for ways to use the arbitration system to the advantage of allegedly injured consumers, and have had some success in asserting classwide theories of recovery.

Litigation Success

$2.5 Million Settlement

$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. ...

$3 Million Settlement

$3 Million Paid by Chase Home Finance for Use of Improper Affidavits

Taylor et al. v. Chase Home Finance, LLC | United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama 15-00057 | United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Alabama AP No. 06-01139

Cunningham Bounds obtained a $3 million settlement against Chase Home Finance in a case in which plaintiffs alleged that Chase provided improper af...

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