Employee Class Action Lawyer in Santa Clara County
What is a Class Action Lawsuit?
A class action is a type of lawsuit in which one or several persons sue on behalf of a larger group of persons, referred to as “the class.” Class action lawsuits are the best to seek for groups of employees who have all been victims of wrong actions by their employer. Our Santa Clara Employment attorneys have experience litigating and settling large class actions law suits against companies and business owners on behalf of employee’s clients throughout the state of California.
If you work for a company and have been denied your due pay and believe it is right for a class action, call our lawyer for a free consultation. Mr. Danz represents the class action on a contingency fee.
Companies and employers sometimes take advantage of their employees in seemingly small ways. For example, they might short their employees out of a few hundred dollars of wages, commissions, or vacation pay. Individually, each amount of money is not worth suing over. However, when the company has a policy that violates the law and applies to a large group of employees, the employees can fight back with a class action.
While the subject matter of class action lawsuits can vary widely, two factors are almost always present for every class action:
- Issues in dispute are common to all members of the class, and
- Persons affected are so numerous as to make it impracticable to bring them all before the court.
Depending upon the type of class action
Consultation with a Class Action Attorney
Our Santa Clara Employment Lawyers combine expertise and specific experience of employment litigation with in-depth resources of a statewide firm that handles class action matters of different sizes and subject matters.
Our Employment Class Actions Lawyers handle matters in a wide variety of employment section. Our class action lawsuit experience includes wage-and-hour litigation, claims of sex, race, age, and disability discrimination, and as claims for benefits under ERISA, Section 301 of the Labor Management Relations Act and state common law.