Who Is the Lead Plaintiff in a Class Action?
Class actions work by collecting a number of plaintiffs who have been similarly wronged by a company or other organization. Because of the requirements of the class-action process, the court will designate one of the plaintiffs to be the class representative. The class representative is often the first plaintiff who brought the case to the attorney, and must have injuries representative of the group at large.
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