Class Actions

Class actions allow large groups to bring a single lawsuit. Antitrust and competition law class actions are frequently filed by purchasers and market participants to combat price or supply collusion or monopolization. Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure govern class actions. Practically speaking, class actions are large, sophisticated matters prosecuted on a contingent fee basis.

MoginRubin is one of the nation’s leading competition law class action firms. Our attorneys have scored some of the highest settlements in antitrust class action history and have successfully litigated many unfair competition, deceptive trade practices, complex business, securities and investment, M&A and other class actions. Our expertise is frequently sought by other law firms. We are one of the few firms that has worked antitrust and competition class actions from investigation through to the last penny of settlement distributions.