Consumers hired the Spencer Law Firm for claims of illegal credit reporting and collections practices. The Spencer Law Firm obtained a $1,300,000 settlement for the consumers in Alameda Superior Court.
The Spencer Law Firm was hired to represent consumers for claims that One Source Talent did not have legally compliant contracts and did not have authorization for its talent listings. The Spencer Law Firm obtained a $1,673,140 settlement on behalf of the consumers in the United Stated District Court for the Central District of California.
The Spencer Law Firm was hired by consumers to prosecute a case against Vizio for allegedly falsely advertising certain models of smart televisions as having the capability of streaming Amazon Instant Video Content when the televisions lacked that capacity. The case was litigated in the United Stated District Court for the Central District of California. The Spencer Law Firm obtained a $2,324,000 settlement on behalf of the consumers.
The Spencer Law Firm has been retained by residents of the Verano at Talega development in San Clemente California to prosecute claims against developer Lennar Homes of California for construction defects including leaking copper pipes and soils issues and against the Verano at Talega Homeowners Association for breach of fiduciary duty arising out of its attempts to settle the homeowners claims without authority. This case is ongoing in the Orange County Superior Court Ramirez v. Lennar Homes of California et. al.,Orange County Superior Court Case No. 30-2013-00644699.
$750,000 recovered for University of California Irvine (UCI) Students The Spencer Law Firm represented UCI graduate students in a class action against United Health Group Inc. the provider of their graduate student health insurance policies for damages arising out of the theft of their confidential information by an employee of United Health Group Inc. The case was settled for $750,000. Orange County Superior Court.
$2,000,000 judgment obtained for customers of Aureate Media Inc. Customers of Aureate Media Inc. hired the Spencer Law Firm to file a class action to stop Aureate Media’s practice of secretly embedding spyware in its shareware programs that allowed it to track consumers’ internet usage without their authorization and to recover damages. The Spencer Law Firm successfully obtained a $2,000,000 judgment against Aureate Media Inc.
$2,300,000. The Spencer Law Firm was hired by tenants of a residence motel to prosecute claims that it violated California Civil Code 1940.1 by requiring the tenants to leave by the 28th day of occupancy and return the next day in order to deprive the tenants of their rights as long term tenants. The Spencer Law Firm obtained a $2,300,000 settlement on behalf of the tenants. Orange County Superior Court.
$14,000,000 recovered for customers of Stamps.com The Spencer Law Firm was hired by customers of Stamps.com to prosecute claims that they were not provided an effective means of closing their accounts and whose final bills were not pro-rated when they terminated the service. The case settled for $14 Million and caused Stamps.com to significantly modify its business practices to better protect its customers. Los Angeles Superior Court.
$20,000,000 recovered for customers of RealNetworks. A RealNetworks customer hired The Spencer Law Firm to file the first class action lawsuit in the nation against RealNetworks for secretly attaching spyware to its RealJukebox software and assigning a GUID (Globally Unique Identifier) to its customers which could be matched to the customers personal information. The plaintiffs contended the secret spyware recorded all of the customers usage history and secretly transmitted it back to RealNetworks. If the consumer were to use RealJukebox offline, as soon as the consumer went back on line the information would be transmitted to RealNetworks. The plaintiffs contended the GUID, permitted RealNetworks to match the usage history to the consumer and create a profile of the user. After extensive litigation The Spencer Law Firm negotiated a settlement worth $20 Million for the RealNetworks customers. Orange County Superior Court.