Christopher Cueto has been successfully litigating class action lawsuits for more than 25 years.
A class action allows a group of individuals who have been harmed by the wrongful conduct of a corporation or organization to file a lawsuit as a group. The plaintiffs named in the lawsuit pursue their case as a defined class against one or more defendants.
Class actions are typically brought against companies for environmental issues, employment issues, defective products and dangerous drugs.
The Law Office of Christopher Cueto has experience and a track record of success with these types of class action cases, especially in the growing field of pharmaceutical litigation.
Recently, the firm represented 51 Illinois school districts in a dispute against a food service company regarding federal meal money credits. Christopher Cueto won millions of dollars in damages for his clients.
The firm also successfully settled a class action against AT&T, which was accused of charging hidden fees for 411 directory assistance calls. The plaintiffs were awarded damages through the Illinois Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Practices Act.