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RENO, NV
"Resort Fees"
Class Action

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Have you traveled to Reno, NV in the past two years?
If you stayed at any of these Reno hotels listed below, you may have been overcharged. Please fill out this form to speak with an attorney and find out if you are owed money back!
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If you stayed at any Reno, NV hotels in the past two years, you may have been charged for services you didn't use

“Resort fees" are mandatory fees added to nightly room rates at hotels and resorts. These fees apply to a variety of amenities, such as Wi-Fi, shuttle service, daily newspaper delivery, an in-room telephone, printing of boarding passes, nightly turndown, gym and pool access, etc. However, certain charges associated with Reno, NV "resort fees" may be illegal. If you stayed at one of the hotels listed above in the past two years, please contact us to learn about your rights.
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FAQs About Class Actions

1What is a class action?

A class action is a legal procedure used to prosecute a lawsuit efficiently in which a large number of people have been injured by a common act or set of actions. In a class case, one or two named plaintiffs stand in for the entire group of similarly aggrieved persons during the course of the litigation.

When a class action settles, the judge presiding over the case must approve the fairness and propriety of the settlement. Potential class members usually have the option of, after receiving notice, excluding themselves from a class or class settlement, and pursuing the case on their own. The class procedure also allows individuals and small businesses to collectively prosecute meritorious cases that would have been too expensive and insufficient to litigate individually.

2What kinds of cases are litigated as class actions?

Class action law is used to seek money damages and other relief arising out of antitrust and securities law violations, consumer fraud, insurance fraud, human and civil rights violations, employee benefits and employment disputes, and environmental and mass torts.

3How are attorneys paid in class action cases?

The plaintiff’s attorneys are usually paid pursuant to an order from the court overseeing the case. The judge responsible for the class action reviews a submission made by the attorneys, called a “fee petition.” This petition sets forth in detail the work the attorneys have done on behalf of the class. After consideration, the court enters an order fixing the amount of the fees to be paid to the attorneys from the case’s judgment or settlement fund. The amount of the fees awarded is based on a number of factors, including the quality of the work, the difficulty of the case, the nature of the result, the amount of time spent on the case, and the risks involved. As a percentage of the gross settlement or recovery, the fee amount can vary greatly within a wide range depending on the factors the court takes into account and the weight it attaches to each of them.

4What is the Resort Fees case about?

Many Nevada hotels, including those listed above, charge mandatory “resort fees” for a variety of amenities and services, including internet access. Portions of those fees may be illegal. The Resort Fees case seeks to recover those unlawful charges for individuals who stayed at the hotels listed above in the last four years.

5Who is eligible to participate?

The proposed class includes individuals who paid a resort fee while staying at one of the hotels listed above from 2014 to the present.

6What time period does the case cover?

The case covers resort fees paid from 2014 to the present.

7Who are the lead attorneys?

The law firms working on the case are Berger & Montague, P.C.; McCulley McCluer PLLC; and Wolf Rifkin Shapiro Schulman & Rabkin, LLP.  For any questions or to learn more, please fill out the contact form above, call 1-800-237-2327, or email resortfees@bm.net. The lead attorney responsible for this advertisement is Michael Dell’Angelo, a shareholder at Berger & Montague, P.C., who can be contacted directly at 215-875-3080 or mdellangelo@bm.net.