Consumer Attorneys of California

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Consumer Attorneys of California is an organization with more than 3,000 lawyers that represents plaintiffs in tort actions. It charges plaintiffs only if they win their cases, meaning they use a contingency-based fee system. According to Consumer Attorneys of California, those it sues generally are far greater in strength than its clients.[1] Up until 1995, it was known as the California Trial Lawyers Association.

CAOC is currently led by President Brian D. Chase and President-Elect Elise Sanguinetti.[2]