Monmouth County Class Action Lawyer
Class actions level the playing field when the defendant is a large corporation with limitless resources who can afford the very best legal representation and services. The purpose of class action lawsuits is to give the individual, common, person the ability to take on the largest corporations or private entities to redress the wrong done by them. Uniting together hundreds or thousands of individuals, helps bring your issues in front of the Courts and ensures that the corporate defendant(s) take notice of their widespread wrongs. Moreover, untiting individuals together allows for the sharing of costs between many plaintiffs, making discovery and litigation economically feasible. People who participate in class action litigation not only help themselves and others, they also send a strong message that the continued wrongdoing has a price and needs to be remedied.
The Monmouth County class action lawyers at Poulos LoPiccolo are well prepared to represent individuals and classes of plaintiffs, public companies, and private organizations in both federal and state class action litigation across the country. If you feel you have been harmed and would like your voice to be heard, please contact us immediately.
Kuzian et al. v. Electrolux Home Products, Inc., 12-cv-3930-(NHL)(AMD) – $20 Million
Certified as Co-Lead Class Counsel in Class action filed on behalf of all purchasers of Electrolux and Frigidaire refrigerators that have among other defects, defective icemakers. Class action was successfully resolved with settlement valued at $20 Million for a class size of over 100,000;
Caruso, et al v. Work Out World (“WOW”), et al., MID-L-3112-13 – $7 Million
Certified as Co-Lead Counsel in Class action filed against Defendants on behalf of all current New Jersey residents who, during the proposed class period, entered into a Membership Agreement. It was alleged that the Membership Agreements violate, inter alia, the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act and Truth-in-consumer Contract Warranty and Notice At (“TCCWNA”). Over 57,000 class members each received a check in the amount of $49.98 and two 30-day VIP memberships to any WOW gym;
Vitale v. US Gas & Electric, Inc., 14-cv-04464 (KM)(MAH) – $2 Million
Certified as Co-Lead Class Counsel in Class action filed on behalf of individuals and businesses in New Jersey and 10 other states and Washington D.C. alleging that USGE misrepresented and failed to disclose material facts regarding the true nature of USGE’s pricing for its gas and electric services. Class action was successfully resolved with settlement valued at $2 Million for a class size of over 200,000
Current Active Class Actions
Ardino, et. al. v. RetroFitness LLC., et. Al. (“Retro”), et al., MID-L-0362-14, Superior Court of New Jersey, Middlesex County – Certified as Co- Lead Counsel in class action filed against Defendants on behalf of New Jersey residents who, during the proposed class period, entered into a Membership Agreement with Retro for use at a New Jersey location that was the same as or substantially similar to the Membership Agreements used in the Plaintiffs’ transactions. It is alleged that the Membership Agreements violate, inter alia, the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act and Truth-in-consumer Contract Warranty and Notice At (“TCCWNA”) and Defendants’ collection of membership fees after Plaintiff and many class members provided notification of cancellation also violated consumer protection statutes.