We Get Results — Almost $100 Million Recovered

HammondLaw excels in class action litigation and has done so since its inception in 2010. We have secured BIG WINS against major corporate players — from tech to finance — and are known for successfully finding and litigating important, high-impact consumer protection, privacy and employment cases.

HammondLaw also pursues highly-coordinated class action cases involving numerous cutting-edge legal issues on behalf of plaintiffs.

Our Results

Our Practice Areas

As a class action law firm, HammondLaw has successfully obtained tens of millions of dollars in redress for its clients. The firm is consistently at the forefront of consumer and employment litigation, and has taken cases against major players including Google and Apple.

We have proven experience in complex employment law disputes and have obtained landmark financial and injunctive relief for our clients.

We represent consumers and employees in class action litigation.

Recent Awards, Publications and Speaking Engagements

Attorney Christina Tusan


Christina Tusan

Top 10 Bench Awards in California in 2023

CFPB, et al. v. Consumer Advocacy Center Inc., et al.

About HammondLaw

Our Mission

HammondLaw is dedicated to protecting victims’ rights and fighting corporate wrongdoing. Our class action attorneys have a lengthy track record of securing impressive victories in high-stakes litigation. Our sincere conviction is that excellence is rooted in our unwavering advocacy for our clients’ best interests.

Who We Serve

Our clients have included account executives, professors, software engineers who have been exploited, and everyday consumers who had their privacy violated and data stolen.

Some of our biggest wins have been achieved in California and Washington, but our reach is not limited to where our offices are located. We pursue and litigate nationwide class actions and have expertise in finding and prosecuting corporate wrongdoing wherever it happens. We strive to make the biggest difference for the greatest number of plaintiffs.