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  • Class Action and Multi-District Litigation

    Mintzer Sarowitz Zeris Ledva & Meyers, LLP has substantial experience litigating nationwide and statewide class actions in federal, state, and federal multi-district courts.  Our geographic footprint spanning eleven office locations, coupled with a team of top-tier trial attorneys, positions our firm to successfully defend clients in these large and sophisticated cases.

    MSZL&M appreciates that class action lawsuits can have devastating consequences for organizations of all sizes and shapes.  We have represented corporations, accounting firms, municipalities, professional sports teams, and other entities facing class action suits brought under state and federal law.  Our experience in managing class action and multi-district litigation is diverse and includes:

    • Litigating class certifications
    • Conducting class and merits discovery
    • Litigating the merits in large class action cases
    • Negotiating settlements
    • Handling appeals involving class certification and related issues

    The firm has substantial experience litigating Federal Multi-District Claims. As an example, we have served as National Counsel for defendants in the Chinese Dry Wall and Washing Machine Hose Federal Multi-District proceedings.

    MSZL&M attorneys are familiar with the unique procedural aspects associated with class action and Multi-District matters and take an aggressive approach to protect our clients at every stage of the proceedings.  We work directly with our clients to build a comprehensive plan of defense that meets their individual objectives in a cost-efficient manner.  Our objective is to dispose of these cases at the earliest possible point in time, often by securing a dismissal, defeating class certification, or negotiating an early settlement.  However, should an early disposition prove to be unattainable or inadvisable, we are prepared to see the case through trial and appeal to reach a positive outcome.