Character. Determination. RESULTS.

Edelson Lechtzin LLP is a national class action law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of consumers, employees and businesses. We have the know-how and experience to get results in cases involving complex legal issues.

Character. Determination. RESULTS.

Edelson Lechtzin LLP is a national class action law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of consumers, employees and businesses. We have the know-how and experience to get results in cases involving complex legal issues.
Character. Determination.
Results.
Edelson Lechtzin LLP is a national class action law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of consumers, employees and businesses. We have the know -how and experience to get results in cases involving complex legal issues.
No attorneys’ fees unless we recover compensation for you
Practice
Areas
Antitrust & Unfair Competition Law

Antitrust & Unfair
Competition Law

Consumer Protection & Consumer Fraud

Consumer Protection &
Consumer Fraud

Defective Drugs & Medical Devices (Mass Torts)

Defective Drugs & Medical
Devices (Mass Torts)

Employee Benefits & ERISA

Employee Benefits
& ERISA

Wage & Hour Litigation

Wage & Hour
Litigation

Property Insurance Litigation

Property Insurance
Litigation

Securities & Investment Fraud

Securities &
Investment Fraud

Protecting And Enforcing The Rights Of Consumers, Employees And Businesses Nationwide

Edelson Lechtzin LLP is a national class action law firm based in suburban Philadelphia. Our experienced team of attorneys is dedicated to protecting and enforcing the rights of consumers, employees and businesses in collective litigation in cases involving anticompetitive business practices, ERISA retirement plans, unpaid wages and overtime claims, consumer fraud, federal securities fraud and insurance litigation across the country.

In most cases we represent our clients on a contingent fee basis, meaning we don’t get paid unless your case settles or you win at trial. Our clients run the gamut from individual consumers to large businesses. And we routinely take on some of the largest companies in the United States inside the courtroom. We are not afraid to go to trial if that is what it takes to help you get a fair resolution of your claim.

Understanding The Challenges Present In Complex Litigation

When we take on a case, we perform a thorough review to determine if there are other individuals, employees or consumers who may have similar claims. If we are able to uncover additional evidence of wrongdoing, we can file a class action lawsuit against the defendant. While this can help strengthen a claim, it also makes things much more complicated. The law firm that you choose to work with needs to know how to perform such an investigation, and build a comprehensive claim for relief.

Our practice is focused on these cases. Whether in state or federal court, we know what it takes to be successful when handling such legal matters. We have served as lead counsel on many class action matters throughout the United States, with positive results obtained for past clients in verdicts and settlements.

Representing Clients Nationwide

Blog

What happens if a fiduciary mismanages ERISA funds?

What should you do if you discover that a fiduciary of your retirement plan has mismanaged or stolen plan assets? Usually, fiduciaries will be covered by an ERISA fidelity bond to make sure that the plan is protected in the case that there are losses attributed to dishonesty or fraud. You may need to pursue a lawsuit to seek compensation or use other methods to hold those responsible accountable.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce denied leave to file amicus brief in ERISA Class Action

Washington, D.C. - The Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America ("Chamber") is one of the most influential lobbying groups in the country, and it regularly submits...

My Employer didn’t notify me about COBRA – now what?

COBRA requires that an employer provide an employee with the option to continue coverage under the employer’s health plan after the occurrence of a “qualifying event” that would otherwise end the employee’s health insurance coverage. Failing to notify an employee of his or her right to continue health insurance is a serious violation of the law. Courts have the discretion to find the administrator personally liable to the participant for up to $110 a day from the date of the failure until the date of correction.

Do holiday workers get overtime?

With few exceptions, most holiday workers will be “non-exempt” from the overtime regulations imposed by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) — which means that they’re entitled to “time and a half” for any time beyond 40 hours they work in a calendar week.

Are remote workers entitled to overtime pay?

A significant proportion of the workforce work from home at least occasionally -- especially in recent years. While working from home can be great, it's much harder to just walk...

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