Jed Ward is an attorney who specializes in whistle blower, David vs. Goliath, type cases. He finds a client who is suing an auto company over a safety problem that has had a severe effect on his life after the accident. He must replace the current atorney and be ready for trial quickly, and then he finds that the defense atorney will be his estranged daughter. Written by
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A father and a daughter, divided by a case, endangered by the truth.
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The meaning and relevance of the movie's "Class Action" title is that it is a legal term that relates to the film's storyline. The Legal Information Institute of the Cornell University Law School define a class action as "...a procedural device that permits one or more plaintiffs to file and prosecute a lawsuit on behalf of a larger group, or "class". Put simply, the device allows courts to manage lawsuits that would otherwise be unmanageable if each class member (individuals who have suffered the same wrong at the hands of the defendant) were required to be joined in the lawsuit as a named plaintiff". See more
The purse on the steps is just below a landing. But when Maggie rushes down the steps to her mother, she passes the purse without crossing a landing. See more
Jedediah Tucker Ward
If your mother could hear you now.
Well she can't, can she? She finally got out of here and wherever she is, she's gotta be much happier than she was with you.
[Jedediah attempts to hit Maggie, shocking her
Finally, words fail the great Jedediah Tucker Ward.
Referenced in Oh, Woe Is Me
Written by Dan Hicks
Performed by Dan Hicks
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