Class Actions and Access to Justice

Class actions provide a means for people to band together to pursue justice when companies engage in widespread violations of the law. Without class actions, it is often infeasible for a consumer to hire a lawyer to pursue a claim for a small dollar amount. Class actions also enable courts to assess and remedy the full scope of a company’s wrongdoing. NCLC opposes efforts to curtail class actions or otherwise restrict access to justice.

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