“ ‘ “By establishing a technique whereby the claims of many individuals can be resolved at the same time, the class suit both eliminates the possibility of repetitious litigation and provides small claimants with a method of obtaining redress for claims which would otherwise be too small to warrant individual litigation.” ’ ”
Sav-on Drug Stores, Inc. v. Superior Court, 34 Cal. 4th 319, 340 (2004).
Spiro Moore LLP exclusively represents plaintiffs, predominantly in class and group actions throughout the country. We are one of the best known class action firms in California. Our class actions involve employment and wage problems, as well as consumer fraud and illegal practices by lenders, retailers, and manufacturers of defective products. The firm is also developing a whistleblower/qui tam practice.
CrowdFlower Case and Crowdsourcing Workers: Otey v CrowdFlower is a case we recently filed seeking payment of minimum wages for crowdsourcing workers who do work for CrowdFlower, a crowdsourcing company. We are interested in speaking with anyone, especially in California, who has done work for CrowdFlower or any other crowdsourcing company. You can call us at 310-235-2468 and ask for attorneys Ira Spiro or Jennifer Connor, or you can send us information at the place on our website, “Evaluation of Your Potential Claims.”
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