Class Actions and Collective Actions

Bronson Lipsky has substantial experience prosecuting cases as class actions and collective actions.

Class Actions are suits brought on behalf of the same group of employees who were subject to the same company-wide policy that violates state law. Most often, but not always, class actions need to include 40 or more members.

Collective Actions are suits brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act to recover the unpaid wages individuals are owed. Collective Actions have different procedural rules than class actions.

Bronson Lipsky has extensive experience in both collective and class actions and in prosecuting every type of wage violation.