Who We Are

Class Action Capital is a boutique class action claims management firm specializing in the research, data analysis, and filing of complex class action claims for corporate clients.

Our leadership comes directly from the class action litigation and class action settlement administration industries, providing us with valuable domain expertise to best position and process our clients’ claims. We are proud to have on our team a former U.S. Attorney and a Wall Street veteran with success building specialty finance products and companies, making Class Action Capital one of the most diverse and experienced class action claim management companies on the market.

Executive Leadership

J.J. Thomas, Esq.

J.J. Thomas, Esq.

Mr. Thomas’ career has focused on all areas class actions and, in particular, class action settlements. Mr. Thomas was formerly with the law firm of Robbins, Geller, Rudman & Dowd, one of the largest and most successful class action law firms in the country, where he was Of Counsel. Prior to that, Mr. Thomas was an attorney at Whatley Kallas where he concentrated on complex class actions, as well as assisted in the intra-firm settlement administration of multiple nationwide class action settlements.

Mr. Thomas also worked as a consultant for GCG, consistently ranked as one of the best class action settlement administration companies in the country. At GCG, he was responsible for assisting corporate, legal, and judicial clients in developing and executing settlement administration plans. Mr. Thomas is considered an industry expert in class action settlements and claim management.

Mr. Thomas attended the Honors College at Auburn University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in dual degrees of Finance and Management of Information Systems (M.I.S.). He then attended The University of Alabama School of Law and Manderson Graduate School of Business where he earned a Juris Doctorate (JD) and Masters in Business Administration (MBA).

Pierre M. Wolf

Pierre M. Wolf

Mr. Wolf is a co-founder of Class Action Capital. His focus is primarily in the mathematical modeling of class action receivables, accessing financial capital and origination of assets. Mr. Wolf has spent his entire career in Finance. He founded the Corridor Group of companies in 2007. The first effort, CQ Solutions, works with financial institutions to hedge and trade their interest rate exposure. The second, New Rev Mgt., works with companies as a principal to quantitatively augment their enterprise value. Prior to Corridor, Mr. Wolf founded and directed the Derivative Products Group (DPG) of Fimat USA, LLC, a subsidiary of Société Générale. DPG specialized in structuring and trading financial solutions for the largest hedge funds, investment banks, and proprietary trading groups in the market. Under Mr. Wolf’s management, DPG consisted of more than fifty professionals and was widely considered to be one of the preeminent academic and quantitative groups in the alternative marketplace. The group was acquired by Calyon and Société Générale effort in 2006.

Through Corridor in 2007, in financial solutions for commercial real estate exposure, Mr. Wolf aligned several major institutions, State Street and Trust, Real Capital Analytics, M.I.T, and Moody’s Inc. to launch the first set of indices to track values across different commercial real estate property classes based on transaction history. Prior to FIMAT USA, Mr. Wolf served as a Vice President of Lehman Brothers, where he specialized in structuring options transactions based on Central Bank policy, capitalizing on options trading inefficiencies and developing institutional client distribution.

Senator Doug Jones

Senator Doug Jones

Senator Jones brings his experience serving as a U.S. Senator and a former U.S. Attorney to support clients in the National Security, Government Enforcement & White Collar, Government Relations, and Investigations sectors. He recently served as President Joe Biden’s Nomination Advisor for Legislative Affairs during Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court confirmation process.

Senator Jones began his career in 1979 as staff counsel to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee for Senator Howell Heflin (D-AL). Following his stint in Washington, Senator Jones served as an Assistant United States Attorney from 1980-1984. He left government service in 1984 and was in the private practice of law in Birmingham, Alabama, until President Bill Clinton nominated him to the position of United States Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama. His nomination was confirmed in November 1997, and he served as U.S. Attorney until June 2001.

In 2017, Doug Jones became the first Democrat in 25 years to win a special election to fill a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama. As a member of the Banking and Housing Committee, the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee, the Armed Services Committee, the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, and the Committee on Aging, he quickly built a reputation as a well-regarded and effective legislator. He passed more than two dozen bipartisan bills into law in just three years and was one of the principal architects of the anti-money laundering legislation passed by Congress as part of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2020.

Between his time as U.S. Attorney and his election to the Senate, Senator Jones was in the private practice of law, handling white collar, False Claims Act, and security fraud class actions. He has represented multinational corporations, small businesses, and individuals in high-stakes civil and criminal litigation.

The Class Action Capital Advantage

Identify & Monetize Class Action Settlements

Accurately & Fairly Project Claim Awards

Purchase Difficult-To-Value Settlement Assets

Minimize Time & Maximize Asset Recoveries

We Help Clients Meet Their Fiduciary Responsibilities


Complete Transparency & Client Reporting