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Arnold & Clifford LLP, is a Columbus, Ohio, law firm that also serves the Cleveland, Cincinnati and Dayton areas. We focus on trial practice for both individuals and corporate clients, in both state and federal courts, including class-action lawsuits.

Do you have a legal claim for a class action lawsuit? Our lawyers can help. At Arnold & Clifford LLP, we represent individual plaintiffs, or defendants, like corporations, business owners, executives and members of the board of directors in class action suits.

What Is A Class Action?

A class action occurs when one or more individuals file a lawsuit on behalf of a large group, or class, with similar goals. In these cases, the individuals filing the suit have the authority to make decisions in the best interest of the group.

How Long Do Class Action Lawsuits Last?

Class action lawsuits can be complex, sometimes taking years to resolve.

Class Action Attorneys

At Arnold & Clifford LLP, our lawyers have a history of success with class action suits across multiple industries in state and federal courts. We are experienced in handling these matters at every stage, from initial claims analysis to trial. Our clients rely on us for the expertise and commitment we bring to these lengthy and complex cases.

Examples Of Class Action Defense Cases

Recent defense cases involved our successful defense of another publicly-traded company against two class action cases alleging fraud and other related claims.

We defend all types of class actions involving:

  • Securities violations
  • Consumer class actions
  • Fraud claims
  • Corporate misconduct
  • Wage and hour claims
  • Discrimination claims

We Bring Class Actions On Behalf Of Plaintiffs

Our law firm also represents plaintiffs bringing class actions. A recent case includes:

  1. The representation of the employee-shareholders of a publicly-traded company in connection with the losses they suffered because of alleged accounting improprieties.