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In today's society there are more companies than ever that serve consumers. Class action lawsuits are inevitable - not if but when.
Advertising fraud, defective products, false “made in the US" claims, digital and non-digital privacy rights violations, improper call recording, data mishandling, deceptive pricing, and unlawful communication via sms, e-mail, voicemail, regular mail, etc.—all are just a small handful of the types of class action possibilities that can plague a business.
The sheer volume of consumer class action law suits & mass torts have increased in recent years. Also the size, complexity and scope of these cases have been increasing. This is a huge opportunity for solo practice attorneys & even large law firms to identify problems in the market place and file suits to protect consumers.
The problem for many lawyers is not coming up with the theories - but finding the plaintiffs. Thats what class action marketing (also called class action advertising) is all about.
So, how does a class action marketing campaign typically pan out?
(Seriously, it's that simple)