Christina A. Humphrey is a partner at Marlin & Saltzman’s Agoura Hills office. Ms. Humphrey primarily focuses her practice on litigation, specifically in the areas of employment and consumer class actions, mass torts of product liability and pharmaceutical claims, and complex individual claims including employment, fraud, and whistleblower actions. She has been selected by Los Angeles Magazine as a “Rising Star” in the field of complex litigation and class actions every year since 2009.
Ms. Humphrey is originally from Charleston, West Virginia, and received her law degree from West Virginia University College of Law. She is licensed to practice law in North Carolina, South Carolina, and is admitted in all California federal and state courts. Ms. Humphrey has been with Marlin & Saltzman for approximately ten years, and in that time has played an integral role in recovering at least $700 million in payments to class members.
Ms. Humphrey has also been pivotal in obtaining certification of numerous actions, including most recently a class of 10,000 truck drivers against J.B. Hunt, a class of 2,500 truck drivers against Schneider National Carriers, and a class of 60,000 salespersons against Vector Marketing Corporation. Ms. Humphrey has also had great success with appeal issues, including successfully overturning a denial of certification to employees of Lowe’s Home Improvement, which resulted in a $29.5 million dollar settlement, and obtaining reversals of one trial court’s orders on four successive occasions. Together with the firm, Ms. Humphrey has also successfully prosecuted cases against corporate giants such as Countrywide Home Loans for $15 million, CNA for $33 million, WalMart for $86 million, and H & R Block for $35 million.
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