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Complex Litigation

Complex and Class Action Litigation as Lead or Co-Lead Counsel

Pearson Warshaw represents businesses and individuals in cases that are deemed “complex” by the nature of the claims being pursued and the number of the parties involved. A “complex case,” as defined by Rule 3.400 of the California Rules of Court, is an action that requires exceptional judicial management to avoid placing unnecessary burdens on the court or the litigants and to expedite the case, keep costs reasonable, and promote effective decision making by the court, the parties and counsel.

Complex litigation can involve a variety of different types of actions including, but not limited to, class actions, unfair competition matters, antitrust matters, securities or investment litigation, wage and hour matters and mass torts. Complex litigation present challenges to both litigators and courts and requires the proper skills and experience in order to efficiently handle such cases. Complex matters are typically met with fierce opposition that persists throughout the entirety of the litigation. The attorneys at Pearson Warshaw are experienced at working through those challenges to secure favorable outcomes on behalf of their clients.

The attorneys at Pearson Warshaw have hundreds of years of combined experience handling matters involving complex litigation and have a history of persevering on behalf of their clients. to date, Pearson Warshaw has obtained verdicts and settlements on behalf of their clients in excess of $3 billion.