The following is a partial list of our consumer class actions:
Pilot Flying J Diesel Fuel Rebate Litigation. David Guin, Charles Watkins, Tammy Stokes and Rex Slate served as Class Counsel in this $85 million class action setlement. Pilot Flying J, a truck stop chain controlled by Cleveland Browns owner, Jimmy Haslam, was alleged to have conducted a scheme to shortchange its trucking customers on negotiated fuel discounts.
Mobile Gas Mercaptan Leak. Rex Slate, Tammy Stokes and David Guin represent a putative class of residents in or near the community of Eight Mile in Mobile County, Alabama who have had to live with the constant smell of Mercaptan – the odorant that causes the “rotten egg” smell in natural gas – that Mobile Gas allowed to leak from its system. Bellwether trials are scheduled for the spring of 2015.
Culpepper v. Inland Mortgage Corp., 132 F.3d 692 (11th Cir.), rehearing denied, 144 F.3d 717 (11th Cir. 1998); Culpepper v. Irwin Mortgage Corp., 253 F.3d 1324 (11th Cir. 2001), cert. denied, 122 S.Ct. 930 (2002). David Donaldson and Tammy Stokes were Plaintiffs’ Class Counsel in this groundbreaking case involving fees paid by mortage lenders to mortgage brokers to steer the loans to the lender.
Brown v Trilegiant, 2:03-cv-1709 U.S. District Court, N.D. Ala. David Guin and Tammy Stokes were Plaintiff’s Class Counsel in this case against a credit monitoring company.
David L. Cochran v. Mitsubishi Motors Credit of America, Inc., U.S. District Court, N.D. Ala. David Donaldson and Tammy Stokes were Plaintiffs’ Class Counsel in this case involving the defendant’s failure to send customers a required adverse action notice when it refused their credit or placed them into a high interest rate loan based on their credit scores.
Sebago v. Beazer East, Inc. (f/k/a Koppers), Johns Manville Corp. and Schuller International, 18 F.Supp.2d 70 (D. Mass. 1998). David Guin was Plaintiffs’ Class Counsel in this case involving a defective commercial roof insulation.
Charter Communications Late Fee Litigation. (Unfried v. Charter Communications, No. 99 L 48 (MadisonCounty, Ill. Circuit Ct.)). David Donaldson was Co-Lead Plaintiffs’ Class Counsel in this case involving improper charges for late fees.
Woodward v. NOR-AM Chemical Co., 1996 WL 1063670, U.S. District Court, S.D. Ala. David Donaldson was appointed to the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee and Class Counsel in this case involving a cancer-causing product.
Coleman v. GAF Building Products Corp., CV-96-0954, Circuit Court of Mobile County, Ala. David Guin was Plaintiffs’ Class Counsel in this case involving a defective roof material.
In re Telectronics Atrial “J” Lead Products Liability Litigation, 953 F. Supp. 909 (S.D Ohio 1997); 172 F.R.D. 271; 168 F.R.D. 203 (1996); 164 F.R.D. 222 (1995). Mr. Guin was a member of the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee and Plaintiff’s Class Counsel in this case involving defective pacemaker wires.
In re Copley Pharmaceutical AAlbuterol@ Product Liability Litigation, 158 F.R.D. 485 (W.D. Wy.1994); 161 F.R.D. 485 (1995). Mr. Guin was a member of the Plaintiffs= Steering Committee and Plaintiffs’ Class Counsel in this case involving a contaminated asthma medication.
Bettner v. Georgia-Pacific, (Circuit Court of Mobile County). Mr. Guin was Co-Lead Plaintiffs’ Class Counsel in this case involving a defective construction product.
Sandpiper Cove Condominium v. Louisiana Pacific Corp. (D. Or.). Mr. Guin was Plaintiffs’ Class Counsel in this case involving a defective construction product.