Class Action Lawsuits: a Unique Vehicle for Justice

A class action lawsuit is a unique vehicle in the law that allows a large group of consumers who have suffered small, but similar economic damages, to sue under one combined claim. Dee Miles, Beasley Allen’s Consumer Fraud Section Head, explains that a class actions, because they have successfully empowered consumers, have come under attack by a number of corporate special interests. An example of those attacks is the large scale adoption of arbitration agreements required in the purchase of certain products and services – something Miles warns consumers to avoid signing, if at all possible.

Dee Miles

Dee is the firm's Consumer Fraud Section Head.


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