Class Action

The stakes are always high in class action litigation. Larson offers diverse and robust class action capabilities for when so much is on the line.

The firm successfully defends companies of all sizes and has obtained positive results for mortgage servicers, technology companies, clothing manufacturers, retail brands, food and beverage companies, hotels, national fast-food chains, and wineries.

As defense lawyers, we have effectively litigated class action lawsuits arising from:

  • California’s Consumer Legal Remedies Act (CLRA).
  • Song-Beverly Act.
  • Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).
  • Rosenthal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“Rosenthal Act”).
  • Telecommunications Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
  • Securities and Exchange Act.
  • California’s Unfair Competition Law (UCL).

Larson has also been appointed by federal courts to serve as both lead counsel and liaison counsel in highly selective putative class action lawsuits.

  • Served as co-counsel and trial counsel for the class members in federal securities litigation arising from the initial public offering of Snap Inc., resulting in a settlement of all claims against defendants for a cash payment of over $154 million.
  • Successfully represented a mortgage servicer in opposing the plaintiff’s motion for class certification in an FDCPA and Rosenthal Act suit, resulting in the District Court denying the plaintiff’s motion.
  • Successfully defended Korbel Winery in a putative class action alleging that the winery’s products contain arsenic and that the winery is required to warn customers about the arsenic in its wine, wherein the court sustained Korbel’s demurrer without leave to amend.
  • Obtained a complete dismissal of the City of Irvine from two high-profile class action lawsuits regarding the enforcement of anti-camping policies and adequacy of shelters within Orange County.
  • Obtained a favorable settlement for a gold and precious metals individual retirement account (IRA) company in a class action alleging our client violated the TCPA.
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