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  • Spike Lee and Showtime Settlement reached in script copyright infringement lawsuit.
    Louisville, KY: (May-27-08) James Lee White, a Louisville writer, brought a lawsuit against Spike Lee and the Showtime cable channel, alleging that Lee illegally used his script to create "Sucker Free City," which was shown on Showtime. He suit alleged intellectual property infringement, stating that Lee and writer Alex Tse infringed on his copyright whe...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Pacific Sunwear of California Inc.
    A $4 million dollar settlement has been reached and is pending court approval in two lawsuits filed against Pacific Sunwear of California Inc. on behalf of employees. The suits were filed by two employees who alleged that the company had improperly classified them as exempt from overtime pay. (Apr-29-03) [ PRESS RELEASE ] Legal Help If you hav...
  • Shishamo Roe Capelin 4L Recalled Due To Potential Of C. Botulinum
    Washington, DC: Pacific American Fish Co, Inc. of Vernon, California is recalling SHI306 Shishamo 4L 5PC (23-28G) Wild, Pack 4/20TR, Lots 202885-2 & 201011-3, Master Carton information. Based on FDA Import Alert, this type of processing and size of product has the potential to be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, a bacterium which can cause fo...
  • Unpaid Overtime Plaintiff Alleges Misclassification in Class-Action Lawsuit
    Jun-21-15 San Francisco, CA Yet another California overtime pay laws class action alleging misclassification of employees as independent contractors has been filed, this time by an employee of a start-up valet parking service. The allegation holds that the defendant, Luxe Valet Inc., controls every singular aspect of the parking process as if attendants were emp...
  • Oversized Hydromorphone HCl 2 mg Tablets Prompts Nationwide Recall
    ETHEX Corporation in conjunction with the FDA has issued a nationwide recall of a single production lot of Hydromorphone HCl 2 mg tablets (Lot #90219, Exp: 03/2010; NDC #58177-0620-04), due to the possibility it may contain oversized tablets. If someone were to take a higher than expected dose of Hydromorphone, the risk of adverse effects known to be a...
  • Shishamo Roe Capelin 4L Recalled Due To Potential Of C. Botulinum
    Feb-24-11 Washington, DC Pacific American Fish Co, Inc. of Vernon, California is recalling SHI306 Shishamo 4L 5PC (23-28G) Wild, Pack 4/20TR, Lots 202885-2 & 201011-3, Master Carton information. Based on FDA Import Alert, this type of processing and size of product has the potential to be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, a bacterium which can cause food...
  • Settlements and Verdicts: Aerojet-General Corp.
    A $10 million settlement has been reached in the lawsuit filed by American States Water Co., owner of Arden Cordova Water Service. The suit was filed in 1999 regarding drinking water wells near Aerojet which were contaminated by chemicals from rocket fuel and other pollutants. (Oct-16-03) [ BUSINESS JOURNAL ] [ PRESS RELEASE ] Legal Help If you hav...
  • Former and Current Workers Launch Unpaid Wages Class Action against Hertz Corp.
    Aug-19-15 Los Angeles, CA Sometimes it’s unpaid wages: other times it’s a donning and doffing lawsuit, where plaintiffs allege they were not paid for time spent suiting up in uniforms or protective gear, a process mandated by the employer but often not included in the employee’s wage compensation. In this case, one former and two current (as of Jul...
  • Vaginal Rejuvenation Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    On July 30, 2018, the United States Food & Drug Administration (FDA) issued a formal warning to manufacturers of laser gynecological devices and patients who have undergone, or plan to undergo, treatment with such devices. The FDA initially cleared these “energy based” devices for the treatment of serious health conditions, including cancer and hysterec...
  • CVS Caremark Corp. Shareholder Merger Settlement
    Wilmington, DE: (Jun-10-07) A shareholders lawsuit was filed against CVS Caremark Corp., the second largest US drugstore chain, which challenged the buyout that formed the company. Combining the two companies created one of the biggest US mail order and retail pharmacy chains and made the business more competitive with Walgreen's, which has 5,700 stores, a...
  • Insys Faked Cancer Patients to Get Fentanyl Sales
    Sep-7-17 Washington, DC: : Federal investigators have revealed a massive scheme by Insys, maker of Subsys, a sprayable form of fentanyl, to mislead insurers and boost sales of the opioid. The congressional investigation is led by Sen. Claire McCaskill, a Democrat from Missouri, where deaths by opioid overdose have more than doubled between 2005 and 2014. Acc...
  • Bank Faces $10 Million Fine Linked to Overdraft Fees
    Aug-11-16 Boston, MA: Santander Bank reportedly faces $10 million in fines after the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found the company misled customers about its overdraft protection program . Banks and credit unions have faced increasing scrutiny in recent years over excessive overdraft fees and other unethical practices, and consumers have fought back, in...
  • Defective Knee Implant Legal News and Lawsuit Information
    Allegedly defective knee implants have been a cause of concern for medical professionals and patients alike, with some knee implant devices being the subject of recalls due to a high rate of complications, ranging from infection and trauma to loosening or poor implant positioning, along with a defective medical device. Among issues allegedly associated wit...
  • CDC Warns of Infection Risk from Heater Cooler Devices Used in Heart Surgery
    Santa Clara, CA; A warning has been issued by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for healthcare providers and patients about the potential risk of infection from certain LivaNova PLC (formerly Sorin Group Deutschland GmbH) Stöckert 3T heater-cooler devices used during open heart (open-chest) surgery. Patients who have had...
  • Airbag Injuries Read Like a Bad Horror Movie
    Jun-23-16 Richmond, TX: The airbag injuries associated with allegedly defective Takata airbags have been horrific and read like a script from a horror movie: a woman, at first glance, appearing to have been shot in the neck before police determined shrapnel from an exploding airbag had sliced into her neck… Another woman - who testified before a congre...
  • New Report Shows 10 Banks Account for 67 Percent of Overdraft Fee Revenue
    Feb-28-17 Boston, MA: A recent report revealed that out of more than 600 banks, 10 of those banks accounted for a huge percentage of all reported bank overdraft fees revenue collected through the first three quarters of 2016. According to a December 2016 consumer protection report published by the US Public Interest Research Group (US PIRG), 626 large bank...
  • MRI Gadolinium Legal News and Lawsuit Information
    Gadolinium, a contrast dye used with patients undergoing magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance angiography (MRA)s, has been linked to serious adverse effects such as gadolinium deposition disease. Since its approval in 1988, gadolinium has been found to accumulate within the cerebrospinal fluid and other parts of the body: According to FDA...
  • Cipro Side Effects Patients Describe Being 'Floxed'
    Oct-10-09 Hackensack, NJ Of all the Cipro side effects one hears about most often is Cipro tendon rupture . To that end the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) mandated a black box warning for Cipro last year with regard to Cipro tendonitis and Cipro rupture. However there are many more side effects inherent with the Ciprofloxacin antibiotic, as the physical tr...
  • Expert Warns SSRI Side Effects Could Double Risk of Heart Defect
    Jul-13-13 The United Kingdom An expert with the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) in Britain has warned about the risk of SSRI side effects in infants exposed to the antidepressants prior to birth. According to the Daily Mail (6/24/13), Professor Stephen Pilling is so concerned about the risks that he has urged doctors not to prescribe s...
  • FDA Takes Tougher Stand on Zocor 20 Years After Initial Approval
    Jun-26-11 Washington, DC The announcement earlier this month by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with regard to serious Zocor side effects has prompted critics to wonder what cumulative damage the 80mg dose of Zocor (simvastatin) has wreaked in the 20 years since its approval by he FDA in 1991. That's the point made by blogger Matthew Herper, writing...
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