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A class action lawsuit involves a plaintiff suing one or more defendants on behalf of a group of other people (called a “class”).  This procedural device is different than a traditional lawsuit, where one party sues another party for redress of a wrong, and all of the parties are present in court. Class actions are most common where the allegations involve a large number of people who have been injured by the same defendant(s) in the same way.  Instead of each damaged person bringing his or her own lawsuit, the class action allows all the claims of all class members—whether they know they have been damaged or not—to be resolved in a single proceeding through the efforts of the representative plaintiff(s) and court-appointed class counsel.

Mr. Hervol has been certified by the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas as lead or co-lead class counsel in the following nationwide class action cases:

(1). Sleezer, et. al. v. Chase Manhattan Bank USA, N.A., et. al., Civil Action No. 5:07-cv-961-HLH (W.D. Tex.) (Final Order entered August 6, 2009);

(2). King v. United SA Federal Credit Union, Civil Action No. 09-cv-0937-NN (Final Order entered October 8, 2010);

(3). Boles vs. Moss Codilis, LLC, et. al., Civil Action No. 5: 10-cv-1003-XR (W.D. Tex.) (Final Judgment entered July 30, 2012); and (4). Duncan v. Chase Bank USA, N.A., Civil Action No. SA-14-CA-912-FB (W.D. Tex.) (Final Judgment entered June 20, 2016).

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