Class Action Litigation
Over the last fifteen years, we have represented well over 1 million individuals in class actions. Our representation has generated substantial judgments or settlements for the classes we represent, including $45 million in Judd v. AT&T, $16 million in Hoffman v. Regence BlueShield, $13 million in Holman v. Regence BlueShield, $3.6 million in Stanford v. Foamex, Fidelity; $3.5 million in D.F. v. HCA, $2.95 million in McGlothin/Severson v. Premera Blue Cross, $2.9 million in Smiley v. Northwest Washington Medical Bureau, $4.5 million in West v. Group Health Cooperative, $2.2 million in Stone v. Group Health Cooperative, $1.95 million in Manson v. Services Group of America.; $1 million in Gabriel v. Nationwide. We have been appointed as lead class counsel in numerous actions, including (in addition to those listed above), Wright v. Riveland, 219 F.3d 905 (9th Cir. 2000); Dean v. Lehman, 143 Wn.2d 12, 18 P.2d 523 (2001); Lindenbaum v. Foster & Marshall, King County Superior Court, Cause No. 88-2-07503-4; Lynn v. Murphy Fare, Inc. et. al., Montana District Court, Cause No. 77454; Polik v. Seattle Chocolate, King County Superior Court, Cause No. 972156360SEA; and Carter v. Washington Mutual, King County Superior Court, Cause No. 93-2-05790-3.
We have substantial experience in connection with class management, notice to class members, class certification, class discovery, class settlements and claims processing.
We have also represented target defendants in various cases, including In Re: Littlefield Adams & Co. Securities Litigation and Fitting v. Don Carlton Honda.