A class-action lawsuit is a civil lawsuit brought on behalf of a group of people or business entities who have suffered common injuries as a result of the defendants’ conduct, with at least one individual or entity acting as a representative of that group. While the issues of a class action can vary, the issues in dispute are common to all class members.
Class actions can be brought in state or federal court. If the case involves federal laws, then federal court is the proper jurisdiction.
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