Requirements for Class Actions
In order for an employee to successfully bring a wage and hour class action, (wage claim class action lawsuit) the court must determine that the wage claim lawsuit meets certain criteria. (Also commonly known as elements). While the elements of a class action are fairly similar, they vary depending upon which court hears the class action case. For this reason, determining which court to bring your wage and hour class action lawsuit can be very important. This is where an experienced class action attorney is needed. However, the basic requirements by court are:
2. Oregon Class Actions: For potential wage claim class actions that are filed in Oregon State Circuit Court, Oregon Rules of Civil Procedure section 32 lays out the requirements that the wage claim class action must meet to be certified by the court and allowed to proceed as a class action lawsuit. Oregon Class Actions
3. Washington Class Actions: For potential wage claim class actions that are filed in Washington State Superior Court, Washington Rules of Civil Procedure Section 23 lays out the requirements the wage claim class action must beet to be certified by the court and allowed to proceed as a class action lawsuit. Washington Class Actions
Wage Claim Attorneys
The lawyers at Schuck Law, LLC focus their law practice on wage claim and class action wage claim lawsuits. Our attorneys regularly prosecute wage claim lawsuits for employees and have significant experience in prosecuting wage and hour class action lawsuits. In addition to the claims for wages, civil penalty wages, penalty wages, and liquidated damages outlined in this website, an employee may also sue to recover their costs, disbursements, and attorney fees incurred in prosecution of the wage claim or class action wage claim lawsuit. This allows the attorneys at Schuck Law, LLC to take most wage claim lawsuits, and class action wage claim lawsuits, on a contingency fee basis.
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