What is a class action lawsuit?
A class action lawsuit is also referred to as a representative action. A lawsuit becomes class action when a large group of people come together to collectively bring a claim to court. The idea behind class action lawsuits is that a larger number of injured people suing will present a stronger case in court or during the settlement process. The most famous recent class action lawsuits involved tobacco legislation.
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