Listing Of Class Action Lawsuits  

There have been several class action law suits in the legal history of the United States. Some were popular and also made headlines around the world.

Mostly class action law suits are conducted on a large scale, and the compensation can run into billions of dollars depending on the number of plaintiffs in the law suit.Class action law suits may be filed several individuals who form a group against a single or group of companies, or a group of companies fighting against one single company.

Some of the most popular class action lawsuits to have been fought in America are as follows:

Alperin vs. Vatican Bank
         Cobell vs. Salazar
         Daniels et al vs. the City of New York
         Doe vs. Chiquita Brands International
         Dr. Marcus Conant et al, vs. McCaffrey et al
         Dukes vs. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
         EEOC (Janice Smith) vs. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc
         Gratz vs. Bollinger
         Hepting vs. AT&T
         James vs. Meow Media
         Jenson vs. Eveleth Taconite Co
         World Jewish Congress lawsuit vs. Swiss banks
         Luévano vs. Campbell
         Mauldin vs. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc
         Nasdaq Market Makers Antitrust Litigation
        National Federation of the Blind vs. Target Corporation
        Pigford vs. Glickman
        Ritalin class action lawsuits
       Scheidler vs. National Organization for Women (2006)
       Shell Canada lawsuit
       Smiley vs. Citibank
       Sullivan vs. Zebley
      Turkmen vs. Ashcroft
      Willem Vroegh vs. Eastman Kodak Company

All these class action suits were filed for various reasons ranging from racial discrimination to human rights violation, adding additives in gasoline and many more. Even employee discrimination class action law suit has been filed against Wal-Mart.

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