Creed & Gowdy was one of four law firms representing a class of customers who sued Bank of America for charging overdraft fees. Creed & Gowdy served as lead appellate counsel for the class. The federal district court in the Southern District of California approved the class's settlement with the bank. In its order, the court stated the following about the law firms representing the class: "Class Counsel achieved this result through tenacity and great skill. In all of their written submissions and in their presentation at the Final Approval Hearing, Class Counsel's arguments were laudably clear and precise, no small feat given the complexity of the legal questions at issue here. It is clear that substantial preparation went into all of Class Counsel's work on this case."