Jeffrey Wilens obsession suing Storage Companies

More examples of Jeffrey Wilens of Lakeshore Law Center acting like a Narcissist who cannot stop making up class action cases no matter how many times he has lost before.

He is not only using unethical techniques, he also continuously attempts to defraud the court by filling bogus cases with fabricated allegations.

Jeffrey Wilens is also cheating on his court fees, see in case #1, where his fees were reduces to only 10% of the original fees he requested.

1. Worley v. Storage USA, Inc. Filed 12/21/09 .
Jeffrey Wilens lost the appeal filed on May 20, 2011
The court made determination that the case had been “over-litigated” by Jeffrey Wilens just for the purpose of milking his fees from the case. The court order resulted from the inflated billing by Jeffrey Wilens, reduced the amount requested by Jeffrey Wilens from $266,221 to $26,543.

Read the order: Jeffrey Wilens lost on the appeal and court order for Wilens to pay Storage USA costs on the appeal. More about Jeffrey Wilens lost on class action appeal.

After losing in court trying to obtain his inflated fees, Jeffrey Wilens continued to obsessively persue storage facilities.

Next, Jeffrey Wilens continued to file 3 more cases against Extra Space Storage.

2. John Mahoney v. Extra Space Storage – Please read the link and decide for yourself if this is a“concocted case” whereby the “Plaintiff” John Mahoney rented “an entire storage unit” in order to store a handful of $100 worth of CDs. (Imagine a whole storage unit with a bag containing some old CD’s in it) Than John Mahoney does not pay the rent for the second and third month, ignores and does not reply to phone calls and mail reminding him to pay and informing him that per the agreement he signed his CDs are about to be auctioned. Couple months later Jeffrey Wilens files a class action for violating the California Self-Service Storage Facility Act, with John Mahoney as the lead plaintiff.

Here you can see Jeffrey Wilens lost and also lost the appeal court’s order denying Jeffrey Wilens class certification   Mahoney v. Extra Space Storage Filed 9/26/13

3. Tiffany Curtis v. Extra Space Storage Inc., et al., Case No. 3:12-cv-00319
Here Judge Stops Extra Space Storage Class Action Lawsuit, once again Jeffrey Wilens Lost Class Action Lawsuit

Still not giving-up on his obsession Jeffrey Wilens filed On 12/10/2012 a 4th Class Action Lawsuit.

4. Martinez v. Extra Space Storage 3:2013-cv-00319 380 01/23/2013 
Once again Jeffrey Wilens Lost on Class Action Lawsuit certification.

Read more how Jeffrey Wilens Lost on Class Action Scam

02/25/2014 Jeffrey Wilens ordered by the Court to pay $10,813 for failure to produce his plaintiff Teresa Ann Martinez for a deposition.  Apparently Teresa Ann Martinez could not take it anymore being involved with Jeffrey Wilens scam and decided not to cooperate with him anymore.

More on this case Martinez v. Extra Space Storage, order for Jeffrey Wilens to stop plaintiffs Solicitation and return produced documents after Jeffrey Wilens violated court protective order.

Beware, Don’t get involved with any of Jeffrey Wilens Class Action Lawsuits

Plaintiffs could potentially get have a judgment against them by the entities which are being sued by Jeffrey Wilens, just like in the case below of DirecTV. Jeffrey Wilens plaintiffs ordered to pay DirecTV $100,000. The judge awarded plaintiffs to pay attorney’s fees to DirecTV, placing Wilens’ seven plaintiffs on the hook for about $100,000.Jeffrey Wilens of Lakeshore Law Center is a lawyer who was trained and experienced in the art of persuasion, and he may persuade you to do something that is against your best interest. Don’t listen to him. If you get a solicitation from Jeffrey Wilens of Lakeshore Law Center to be a member of his class action lawsuits. You need to know that lawyer solicitation for clients is a felony, this is the kind of crime that other lawyers went to jail for. Read More Here:
In our opinion the way he is soliciting his plaintiffs, is barratry & Champerty and maintenance  which is considered to be a crime (Just like ambulance chasing). You don’t want to get involved and be a co-conspirator with Jeffrey Wilens and his conduct. Do yourself a favor and keep your life out of unnecessary headaches. You don’t want to get calls from the DA or Law Enforcement asking you what you have to do with Jeffrey Wilens. In fact, in the Hernandez v. Vitamin Shoppe Indus, Jeffrey Wilens was sanctioned for improperly soliciting class members
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LA Times Article The case of the class-action con

Jeffrey Wilens using his brother Gary Wilens as fake NetFlix class action objector

One more example how Jeffrey Wilens abuse the legal system and using the Wilens family in fake class action.

Jeffrey Wilens of Lakeshore Law Center used his brother Gary Wilens as an objector in NetFlix class action Case No. 5:11-cv-00379-EJD.  Jeffrey Wilens used his brother Gary Wilens to maliciously intervene as an “objector” in the NetFlix Class Action lawsuit and objected to the settlement for the purpose of harassment and extortion.

In declaration filled in this case Jeffrey Wilens was accused in making threats and “hold the settlement hostage”. “His decision to represent a family member suggests that, at the time he first with Class Counsel, he did not have a client despite his representations to the contrary” “Jeffrey Wilens has a long history of using improper tactics to file meritless objections on behalf of family members.”

Read the full court filled Declaration by Jay Edelson Esq. about Jeffrey Wilens misconduct

Jeffrey Wilens was playing the same dirty game before and “was sanctioned for improperly soliciting class members to opt-out of the settlement” in the Hernandez v. Vitamin Shoppe Indus, case.


Jeffrey Wilens used is mother Phyllis Wilens in another class action scam.

Wilens represented his mother Phyllis Wilens in another class action objection the Northern District Court Case Number: 12-16739 Vlaho Miletak, et al v. Allstate Insurance Company, et al. The court found his objections to be completely without merit improperly attempted to leverage the threat of an objection to obtain confidential discovery.

The case was eventually dismissed. Her is the Docket of Jeffrey Wilens and Phyllis Wilens ”objections”

Jeffrey Wilens acting like a bigshot, operating out of a PO Box at the UPS store


Jeffrey Wilens scam office is a UPS Post Box

Jeffrey Wilens fraud office is a UPS Post Box

This is the address Jeffrey Wilens uses on his Lakeshore Law Center Website and the one he uses everywhere on the internet as his official office address:

Jeffrey Wilens scam fake  office is a UPS Post Box

Jeffrey Wilens scam fake office is a UPS Post Box

How respectable could this Lakeshore law Center firm be?  You the reader be the judge

Class Action Lawyer Sentenced to Prison for Making up fake clients

Class Action Lawyer Sentenced to Prison for conduct that reminds of the practice that Jeffrey Wilens Lakeshore Law Center  use.

Read the LA Times Class Action Lawyer Sentenced to 2 years Prison

William S. Lerach, was sentenced Monday to two years in prison and ordered to forfeit $7.75 million for concealing illegal payments to a plaintiff in the class-action lawsuits for which the firm became famous and engaged in make payments to people to secure them as plaintiffs in their class action cases.

Mario Anzuoni/Reuters Prosecutors for the United States attorney’s office of the Central District of California, who worked on the case for seven years, say that Mr. Lerach and others lined up the plaintiffs ahead of time to gain an illegal advantage over other law firms engaged in the same suits.

By being designated the lead plaintiff, the law firm stood to reap a larger share of any eventual lawyers’ fees.

In his guilty plea, Mr. Lerach admitted to concealing from federal judges his secret payments to one such plaintiff, Dr. Steven G. Cooperman.

Jeffrey Wilens of Lakeshore Law Center activity need to be exposed, it’s about time to stop the damage inflicted to the US economy by class action lawyers.

Jeffrey Wilens’s latest Class Action lawsuit vs ICON Health & Fitness , Inc

Once again Jeffrey Wilens running out of fake plaintiffs using his own name as a Plaintiff to file a class action lawsuit against corporate America.

Basically Wilens sued them first, signed a release not to sue than sued them again… Does this sound like an ethical lawyer?


Case No.:  30-2015-00786780-CU-BT-CXC (Assigned for  all purposes to the Hon. Thierry Patrick Colaw, Dept. CXJ 05)

Lawyer Wilens is using his long time partner in the scams Jeffrey P. Spencer from THE SPENCER LAW FIRM 903 Calle Amanecer , Suite 220 San Clemente, CA  92673 as his “lawyer”.

On May 11, 2015, Plaintiff Wilens filed a complaint against ICON HEALTH & FITNESS on behalf of himself and all persons similarly situated asserting causes of action for Violation of Unfair  Competition  Law  (Business  & Professions  Code  §  17200 et.  Seq.)  and  Violation  of        Consumer Legal Remedies Act (Civil Code § 1770 et. seq.). ICON filed a Demurrer and Motion to   Strike on June 11, 2015. Plaintiff Wilens responded with a First Amended Complaint which was     filed on July 2, 2015 asserting the same causes of action. On July 30, 2015 ICON filed a Demurrer  and Motion to Strike to the First Amended Complaint. On September 18, 2015, the Court overruled ICON’s demurrer and denied ICON’s motion to strike .   On October 1, 2015, ICON answered Plaintiff s First Amended Complaint.

On August 8, 2015, Plaintiff Jeffrey Wilens filed a small claims action against ICON Health & Fitness, case number 30-2014-00739980-SC-SC-NJC , claiming ICON damaged Plaintiff Wilens in the amount of $2,205.42 because his “[i]ncline treadmill [was] defective and could not be repaired after several attempts. The Wi-Fi module, a key element for setting the course and tracking        performance does not function, company admits it is defective.” (Undisputed Material Fact       (hereinafter “UMF”.) In order to resolve the claim, ICON sent a letter on October 21, 2014,          indicating that they would settle with Plaintiff Wilens for $2,311.05 in exchange for his execution   of the attached Confidential Release. (UMF 2.) That very same day, Plaintiff Wilens, an active        attorney admitted to practice in the State of California, executed the Confidential Release, emailed the same back to ICON’s counsel, and demanded that the check be overnighted to his office. (See   UMF 3.) The release provided in the first paragraph of a one page release, that the undersigned:     does hereby release and forever discharge ICON

. … (hereafter Released Parties)” …of and from any and all existing or possible actions, causes of action, claims, demands, damages, costs, fees, and expenses of any kind, on account of, or in any way arising from or related to all known and unknown injuries and damages resulting  or which  may  result  from  the  undersigned’s  use  of exercise equipment by the undersigned and sold, displayed and/or manufactured by Released Parties or any of its affiliates.” (UMF 4.)

More to come soon