Representative and Collective Litigation
SFMS has a broad range of experience in representing clients in representative and collective litigation, including class actions. The attorneys at SFMS have been appointed lead counsel in scores of class action and similar cases, and the courts that have appointed SFMS in such litigation have consistently recognized the excellence and zeal of the representation provided by SFMS in such engagements. SFMS attorneys have extensive experience representing the interests of their clients in antitrust, consumer protection, employment discrimination/civil rights, employee benefits, ERISA, fiduciary compliance, housing practices, insurance coverage/practices, securities fraud/breach of fiduciary duty, and wage and hour class action litigation.
In such litigation, SFMS has represented a variety of private and public plaintiffs, including institutional and other significant investors, private companies, officers and directors, other fiduciaries and labor organizations. In such litigation, SFMS has been successful in recovering hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients and, in addition, has procured tens of millions of dollars in charitable cy pres donations to worthy organizations as a result of the outcomes that we have achieved. Unlike certain lawyers who handle class action litigation, we know how to prosecute cases to trial and have extensive experience trying cases. In federal and state courts, as well as arbitral forums, SFMS attorneys have tried cases for both plaintiffs and defendants to successful jury verdict, judgment and award.
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