Class Actions are a powerful vehicle for change in our society, in particular in employment discrimination and wage and hour cases. When class members share similar and overlapping evidence of abuse, the symphony of their voices gain undeniable credibility and cast a shining light on the wrongful conduct that must be remedied.


It takes great courage for individuals to come forward and challenge discrimination or unlawful conduct at work, but if they do not have enough witnesses or evidence, juries may dismiss their claims as a classic example of “he said, she said.” However, class members often serve as witnesses for each other. By collectively sharing their evidence of unlawful conduct, they help the jury put the pieces of the puzzle together and understand the gravity of the damages at stake.