Scott+Scott LLP regularly represents aggrieved consumers in a variety of class action cases pending throughout the United States. In addition to more typical cases involving consumer finance issues, such as In re: Providian Credit Card Litigation (Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco), the Firm actively is litigating cases against a number of health maintenance organizations (HMO) and other corporate defendants, including: Albert v. Physician Health Services of Connecticut, Inc. and O'Brien v. Aetna, Inc. and Aenta-U.S. Healthcare, Inc. (United States District Court, District of Connecticut); Medical Society of the State of New York v. Connecticut General Corporation, et al. (New York Supreme Court, County of New York); and Granito, et al. v. International Business Machines, Inc. (Connecticut Superior Court). Scott+Scott also has been involved in a number of major consumer fraud cases under state consumer protection laws, including: Hamage v. Publishers Clearing House (Connecticut Superior Court); Gould v. IDT Corporation (United States District Court, District of New Jersey); In re: Kava Kava Litigation (Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles); Fischer, et al. v. MasterCard International, Inc., et al. (New York Supreme Court, County of New York); and Paton, et al. v. Cingular Wireless, et al. (Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco).
Below, please find links to descriptions of recently filed consumer cases in which Scott+Scott is counsel, a link to the filed complaint and an opportunity to contact Scott+Scott about joining the action.