The Firm successfully defended a motor vehicle finance company against a class action complaint alleging that the finance company and automobile dealership colluded to defraud the consumer into paying excess “wear and tear” fees for damage to the leased vehicle at the end term. We opposed plaintiffs’ motion to certify the class arguing, among other things, that plaintiffs’ allegations regarding the class size were conclusory and insufficiently supported. The court credited our arguments and denied plaintiff’s motion, which led to a nominal settlement.