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Current Cases

  • In re Bank of America Wage and Hour Employment Practices Litigation

    Unfair and Unlawful Business Practices

    The suit alleges that Bank of America’s policy and practice is to deny earned wages, including overtime pay, to its non-exempt hourly employees at its retail branch and call center facilities throughout the country.
  • In Re: Citimortgage. Inc. Home Affordable Modification Program (“HAMP”) Litigation

    Consumer RightsMortgage and Lending

    A California statewide class action lawsuit of California homeowners against CitiMortgage for failure to comply with its obligations under federal program, HAMP, designed to modify mortgages.
  • Juarez v. Jani-King of California, Inc., et al.

    Consumer Rights

    Case brought by janitorial workers against a national janitorial cleaning company for violations of the California Labor Code.
  • Kilgore v. KeyBank

    Aiding and AbettingConsumer Rights

    California class action on behalf of students of the failed Silver State Helicopters vocational school against KeyBank for predatory lending practices.
  • Kirola v. City and County of San Francisco

    Disability Discrimination

    Plaintiffs filed this proposed class action to address the City and County of San Francisco's long standing and continuing failure to satisfy its legal obligation to provide access to its programs, services and activities for wheelchair users and other persons with mobility disabilities.
  • Miller v. Bank of America, et al.

    Consumer RightsConsumer FraudUnfair Business Practices

    A statewide California class action lawsuit against Bank of America challenging the bank’s practice of seizing exempt funds from Social Security direct deposit accounts to satisfy claims it has against the account holders,
  • De La Torre v. CashCall

    Consumer RightsPredatory Lending

    Class action on behalf of borrowers who received $2,600 loans at interest rates above 90 percent. The complaint alleges CashCall’s business practices violate numerous consumer protection and debt collection laws.
  • Tamburri v. SunTrust Mortgage, Inc.

    Consumer RightsConsumer FraudMortgage and Lending

    The Sturdevant Law Firm was co-counsel in a case involving robo-signing, notarial fraud, and aiding and abetting the fraudulent mortgage servicing scheme by five defendants.