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Class Action

Our Class Action practice is comprised of attorneys with an array of litigation experience who have represented both plaintiffs and defendants in class actions in state and federal courts in Kentucky and beyond. Because our class action attorneys regularly practice in other areas of both civil and administrative agency litigation, they have a deep knowledge not only of the procedural intricacies of class action litigation but also of the substantive legal issues found at the core of class claims. As with all litigation matters we handle, our class action attorneys use the best available tools to handle document management and discovery, knowing that efficiency is vitally important in all complex litigation.

In any particular class action, our team will include trial attorneys who are familiar with the nuances of Rule 23 practice and experienced in the relevant subject matter of the action. For example, any of our teams working on a class action matter involving employment law issues would include class action litigators and lawyers with broad employment law experience. We have handled class certification issues in the wake of the United States Supreme Court’s recent decision in Wal-Mart v. Dukes and is therefore positioned to immediately advise clients on the key issue in every one of such cases—will a class be certified?

Our scope of services includes:

  • Tax refund issues
  • Statutory overcharge claims
  • Coal, oil, and gas lease contractual disputes
  • Actions having related or collateral administrative agency issues, including primary jurisdiction claims
  • Matters involving filed rate doctrine claims
  • Employment matters involving wage and hour claims
  • Employment matters involving discrimination claims
  • Actions involving various insurance issues
  • Antitrust matters
  • Structured settlement matters
  • Tobacco litigation matters
  • First Amendment matters


Our work in this practice crosses over to the following industries:
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