Potential Class Action Targets Dental Practice

Greenwich attorney claims unfair sales tactics

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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A Greenwich lawyer who started his own practice almost two years ago has filed a possible class action lawsuit against a company that operates 350 dental offices across the country.

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    This is going to be one of those lawsuits that will depend on the credibility of the plaintiffs and how exploitative the jury thinks the business model of the company Aspen Dental is to their customers. It's similar to lawsuits against companies that provided student loans to students with high rates.

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