We Understand the Class Action
A class action is a form of representative litigation where at least one of the parties, plaintiff or defendant, is a group of people who are collectively represented by a member of that group. That member, known as the “named” plaintiff or defendant, is present in court and litigates the case on behalf of themselves and the absent members of its class.
Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure is the principal source of law relating to class actions in the US federal courts. Most states allow parties to bring class actions in state courts, and most of those states have enacted standards analogous to Rule 23 that govern class action proceedings in their respective state courts.
Cases in federal courts are only allowed to proceed as class actions if the court has jurisdiction to hear the case, and if the case meets the criteria set out in Rule 23.
Services We Provide
- Evaluate the material pertinent to the case
- Review and analyze software artifacts
- Conduct forensic analysis of digital products
- Prepare and present tutorials to help the court with understanding the complex technical concepts in the case
- Preparation of expert report
- Deposition testimony
- Trial testimony
Selected Class Action Litigation
Alexander Yershov v. Gannett Satellite Information Network, Inc. d/b/a USA Today
Jurisdiction: District of Massachusetts
Case No: 1:14-cv-13112
Counsel: ZwillGen PLLC
Lenovo Adware Litigation
Jurisdiction: Northern District of California, San Jose Division
Case No: 5:15-md-02624-RMW
Counsel: K&L Gates
Clori Isaac v. Geo. Mijilem & Co., Inc.
Jurisdiction: Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
Case No: BC477305
Counsel: Selman Breitman LLP