Beveridge & Diamond, P.C.’s litigators have decades of experience successfully representing our clients’ interests in large and complex class actions in both federal and state courts around the United States. Our class action cases have included toxic tort and product liability matters, environmental cases, health care fraud cases, securities fraud cases and other commercial matters. Although our work is primarily on behalf of defendants, we have represented plaintiffs in pro bono cases and health care fraud matters. The cases involve claims for monetary loss, property damages and physical injuries, including demands for medical monitoring.
The attorneys in Beveridge & Diamond's litigation and trial practice group have a deep understanding of the complex issues presented by class actions that has been developed through well over two decades of ongoing work in class action matters.
In the pro bono and health care fraud areas, we have successfully represented plaintiffs and that experience has proven invaluable in our work on behalf of the defendants we more typically represent.
We understand the unique issues class actions present, in particular the pivotal significance of the class certification phase. We also appreciate that trial of class actions is different and that even if liability issues are to be determined on a class-wide basis because a class has been certified, it is still often the case that a class may consist of many members whose damages should be assessed individually and that the damages phase is of utmost importance.