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    Programs that handle suits that have been filed by one or more individuals on behalf of a large group of people who have a common interest. Class action litigation is allowable when there is an ascertainable class, when the people constituting the class are so numerous that it is impractical to bring them all to court, when it is clear that there is adequate representation for all, and when there is a well-defined community of interest in the questions of law and fact affecting the parties to be represented.

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    Community Justice Project - Pittsburgh OfficeLitigates class actions, represent undocumented immigrants, and litigate against the government. CJP typically limits its advocacy to broad-based issues affecting large numbers of people. If low-income individual and assistance is required with an individual legal problem, please contact local legal services program.AlleghenyCommunity Justice ProjectCommunity Justice Project

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