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The law firm’s cases have included dozens of class actions on behalf of consumers against banks and credit unions regarding improper overdraft fees and improper non-sufficient funds fees. Other matters have included acting as co-lead counsel in the class action involving the largest methane leak in American history, In Re Southern California Gas Leak Cases, Judicial Council Coordinated Proceeding No. 4861, Los Angeles County Superior Court; numerous class actions on behalf of workers for underpayment and misclassification; co-lead counsel in what is believed to be the the largest product liability defective tire jury verdict in North American history; litigation on behalf of the plaintiff related to a nine figure real estate development project; as well as numerous seven figure professional malpractice, product liability, unfair competition and fraud matters.
The Kick Law Firm, APC’s attorneys have served as class counsel in national and California class actions, including being appointed as lead counsel and as members of plaintiffs’ executive committees. Attorney Taras Kick, the firm’s shareholder, is a 1989 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and a 1986 graduate of Swarthmore College, where he majored in Economics and Psychology. For over five years he was a member of the national Board of Directors of Public Justice, including its Class Action Preservation Committee. He has been a member of numerous other committees pertaining to consumer class actions, including the American Association for Justice Class Action Litigation Sub-Group; the Consumer Attorneys of California Class Action Group; the American Bar Association Committee on Class Actions & Derivative Suits; and, the State Bar of California Antitrust and Unfair Competition Litigation section. From 2012 through September 2017, he was a Commissioner of the California Law Revision Commission, an independent state agency created by statute in 1953 to assist the Legislature and Governor by examining California law and recommending needed reforms, having been appointed by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. in 2012, and was Chair of the Commission from September 2015 through September 2016. He has been appointed as lead or co-lead counsel in dozens of class actions across the country.