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  • Entry-Level Manager Sues Amazon for Misclassification
    Jul-6-21 Oakland, CA Arguments in Michael Ortiz v. Amazon.com LLC opened in the Northern District of California on June 21, nearly five years after the California wage and hour lawsuit was initially filed . Much has already happened; the court has stripped out claims under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and denied the plaintiffs’ request to...
  • Crestor Side Effects
    Crestor has been linked in some reports to an increased risk of diabetes and rhabdoymylosis. These Crestor side effects , which are also found with similar drugs, are potentially serious Concerns about Crestor issues are strong enough that Public Citizen, an independent watchdog organization, called for the drug to be removed from the market in 2004. ...
  • Energy Drink Side Effects Lawsuits News and Legal Information
    Scientific evidence has shown that Energy Drinks are dangerous: energy drink side effects include energy drink heart attack and even energy drink death . Despite double the amount of energy drink hospitalizations from 2007 to 2011, teens and young adults are the main targets of marketing by energy drink makers. Energy drink lawsuits are on the ri...
  • FDA Evaluating Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics for Peripheral Sensorimotor Neuropathy
    Fluoroquinolone side effects reportedly include an increased risk of serious problems including peripheral neuropathy and tendon rupture. The reported link between fluoroquinolones and peripheral neuropathy has led the FDA to announce an updated warning label for the medications. In 2008, the FDA added a boxed warning to alert patients to the link betw...
  • Levaquin Lawsuit News and Information - Risk of peripheral neuropathy.
    Levaquin lawsuits claim that Levaquin medication has caused a number of tendon problems, including Levaquin tendon rupture , particularly Achilles tendon rupture. Levaquin has also reportedly been linked to an increased risk of peripheral neuropathy . Levaquin Linked To Tendon Ruptures Levaquin (levofloxacin) is a member of a class of drugs...
  • Production Worker Sues Sporting Goods Retailer for Overtime, COVID-19 Testing
    Apr-26-21 Riverside, CA  On March 15, Jose Hernandez Solis filed a California labor lawsuit against The Merchant of Tennis, where he was a non-exempt hourly employee. Hernandez Solis v. The Merchant of Tennis claims that the sporting goods retailer incorrectly calculated Mr. Solis’s overtime and failed to compensate him for time spent undergoing tempe...
  • Testosterone Therapy Class Action Lawsuit Filed
    New York, NY: A potential class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of men who have suffered heart attack, stroke or other serious heart problems allegedly due to their use of prescription low testosterone therapies. The complaint was filed by a man who allegedly suffered a heart attack after using AndroDerm and Depo Testosterone for several...
  • Protopic - Skin Cancer.
    Protopic (tacrolimus), is a topical ointment used in the treatment of eczema. Protopic was approved by the FDA in December 2004. Protopic should be used only on areas of skin that have eczema, and should not be allowed to contact normal skin. In March, 2005 the FDA issued an alert warning doctors and patients about the increased risk of cancer from us...
  • Seroquel Lawyer Diabetes Side Effects Lawsuit
    Seroquel (quetiapine) is an antipsychotic medication originally used as treatment for schizophrenia and acute manic episodes associated with bipolar disorder. It has allegedly been linked to increased weight gain as well as serious Seroquel side effects including hyperglycemia and diabetes, tardive dyskinesia, neuroleptic malignant syndrome and birth...
  • Sears Refrigerator With Ice-maker Installation Problems
    Consumer Alert: Sears offers icemaker water line installation that violates plumbing codes in various states across the U.S. The retail giant (Sears sells almost 40% of new refrigerators sold in America) offers to install the water lines necessary to feed the icemaker for about $90, but in more than ten states - so far - this installation is in direct viola...
  • FDA Convenes Advisory Panel Meeting on Testosterone Side Effects
    Jul-25-14 Washington, DC Concerns about the risk of testosterone side effects have prompted the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to call a meeting for its advisory committee to discuss the possibility of testosterone-related cardiovascular events. The move comes shortly after the FDA updated the warnings for testosterone drugs to alert patients to the risks...
  • Auto Price Finder Spam Text Message Class Action Settlement Reached
    Chicago, IL: A notification program is underway, as ordered by the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois (the "Court"), to alert those who received an unsolicited text message advertisement , in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), regarding car price quotes about a proposed class action settlement that may affect their rights...
  • $2M Awarded in First Federal Transvaginal Mesh Injury Lawsuit
    Atlanta, GA: A jury hearing the first transvaginal mesh personal injury lawsuit has awarded the plaintiff $2 million in damages. In her lawsuit, Donna Cisson alleges that the mesh, one of the line of Avaulta transvaginal mesh products made by C.R. Bard Inc, which she had surgically implanted, caused her bleeding and pain. The Avaulta trans...
  • Texas Sues Griddy Energy for Deceptive Advertising
    Mar-12-21 Houston, TX  On March 1, the State of Texas filed a lawsuit in Texas state court, alleging that Griddy Energy LLC misled energy consumers in violation of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices—Consumer Protection Act  (DTPA). In the aftermath of the massive February winter storm, Griddy customers found themselves with the astronomical electr...
  • Stryker Rejuvenate Hip Implant Failure
    The Stryker Rejuvenate hip replacement device has been linked to an increased risk of metallosis. Although the Stryker Rejuvenate is not a metal-on-metal hip device, it has metal-on-metal components, which are believed to be responsible for the development of metallosis in some patients. According to reports, the Stryker Rejuvenate hip implant is linked to...
  • Valproate Not To Be Used for Migraine During Pregnancy, FDA Warns
    Washington, DC: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is advising health care professionals and women that the anti-seizure medication valproate sodium (Depakote) and related products, valproic acid and divalproex sodium, are contraindicated and should not be taken by pregnant women for the prevention of migraine headaches. Based on information f...
  • GranuFlo Lawsuits Keep Flowing
    Sep-26-13 Washington, DC Lawsuits can be complex animals even at their basic core. To that end, one has to wonder how the folks at DaVita healthcare clinics would handle the connection to Fresenius Medical Care, in light of the latter’s alleged failure to notify competing dialysis clinics of a suspected, but serious problem with GranuFlo and NaturaLyte, tw...
  • Pfizer Settles 80 Percent of Chantix Lawsuits
    Washington, DC: Pfizer, the maker of the controversial smoking cessation drug Chantix (known generically as varenicline), has settled or agreed to settle some 80 percent of the Chantix lawsuits filed over allegations that the drug causes suicide, suicide attempts and other psychiatric disturbances. The settlements equate to roughly four fifths o...
  • EMA Decision on Januvia Class Cuts the FDA Some Slack
    Aug-13-13 Washington, DC The oft-maligned US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), currently in the throes of monitoring Januvia side effects with regard to the potential for pancreatic cancer, has been cut a bit of slack thanks to the European Medicines Agency (EMA). The European equivalent to the FDA is often ahead of the FDA in taking positions with drugs thoug...
  • GranuFlo Lawsuit: When You Don’t Come Out Alive
    Jul-4-13 Waltham, MA A startling headline indeed, but it does happen. Patients with failing kidneys who depend on life-saving dialysis to clean their blood take solace in a proven process that’s been around for some time. They have no fear that an expectation to simply walk out of the clinic a few hours later may not be the case. There is no pause to fear the...
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