Domina Law Group pc llo’s class action efforts have been selective.
We do not choose cases in which the reward appears tailored primarily
to the lawyer. In this connection, our work has included representation
of classes of producers and consumers as plaintiffs, and classes of retirees
as defendants when their corporations have cut their retirement benefits.
Class actions are important tools. They streamline litigation and provide
results in cases that would otherwise be nearly impossible to litigate
because of their massive numbers and modest individual sizes.
Bolan v. Boyle
218 Neb. 85, 352 N.W.2d 586 (Neb. 1984)
(affirming class action award for overtime pay)
Pickett v. Tyson Fresh Meats
420 F3d 1272 (2005)
(Class action for national class of live cattle sellers alleging improper
purchase practices by nation's largest meat company. Result: $1.26
Billion jury verdict after nearly 6 years of pretrial effort. Vacated
and class denied relief on appeal)
Rice v. USA
2002 WL3162360 (D. DC 2002)