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  • Lawsuits Filed Over Herbal Supplements
    Mar-7-15 Minneapolis, MN In the wake of news that herbal supplements may not contain the ingredients their labels claim, comes news that lawsuits are now being filed against the makers of some herbal supplement products. The lawsuits follow an announcement by New York’s attorney general that at least four brands of herbal supplements carried at major reta...
  • Adderall Whistleblowers Result in $56.5 Million Blow to Shire Pharmaceuticals
    Oct-19-14 Washington, DC Shire Pharmaceuticals, the Adderall manufacturer, took a major blow last month: the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and a number of state AGs announced a settlement with the Irish drug company regarding violations of the False Claims Act. Shire will pay $56.5 million to settle accusations of making false claims in the marketing of its...
  • Low-T Testosterone Heart Risk Lawsuit
    Men who take testosterone drugs are at increased risk of testosterone stroke and testosterone heart attack , according to recent studies. One testosterone drug, Androgel , warns on its label a number of testosterone side effects including high blood pressure, blood clots in the legs, and "serious problems"for people who have heart, kidney or liver dis...
  • Internet Payday Lender May Owe As Much As $20 Million to Consumers
    Jun-15-14 New York, NY An Internet payday lender that fell under the weight of state lawsuits, in spite of claims of immunity under Indian tribe status, may, in tandem with its service partner, owe New Yorkers caught up in the online payday loan snare upwards of $20 million in excessive interest. “Thousands of New Yorkers who were the victims of exorbi...
  • AIG Agrees $725 Million Settlement in Pension Funds Class Action
    Washington, DC: A $725 million settlement has been agreed by American International Group, and the states of Florida and Ohio, in what is reportedly the tenth-largest securities class-action settlement in United States history. The settlement brings the total recovery for public pension funds to over $1 billion. The Attorney General for Ohio said this...
  • Retail giant Target Settles California Labor Lawsuits over Cashier Seating for $9 million.
    Aug-16-18 Oakland, CA: A California judge has given the green light to settle several California labor lawsuits alleging the retail giant violated California’s Private Attorneys General Act by failing to provide seating for more than 90,000 cashiers. State and Federal Seating Lawsuits This settlement includes a California labor lawsuit filed March 2017 in...
  • California Court Okays Chipotle Wage Lawsuit Deal
    Oct-29-20 San Francisco, CA On October 2, the Superior Court of California gave preliminary approval  to an agreement to settle Turley v. Chipotle Services, LLC. , a long-running California labor lawsuit . The workers argued that Chipotle's practice of understaffing caused them to miss meal and rest periods in violation of the California Labor Code. In a...
  • Asistencia Legal por Suturas Panacryl
    Las suturas Panacryl son un tipo de sutura o puntos absorbibles que se usan comúnmente para ayudar a la cicatrización de las heridas post-quirúrgicas. Estas suturas están diseñadas para ser absorbidas por el organismo de modo que no sea necesario quitarlas en el futuro. Lamentablemente, las suturas Panacryl pueden haber sid...
  • Ayuda Legal Para Victimas del Fraude al Consumidor o Fraude Financiero
    Los derechos financieros de los ciudadanos y los residentes pueden ser violados y dañados por la promoción por las empresas de servicios, productos, inversiones, y oportunidades fraudulentos. Estas actividades ilegales pueden ser clasificadas como fraude de consumido y el fraude financiero. La protección de usted y sus vecinos cont...
  • Workplace Sexual Harassment and Retaliation – Attorney Weighs In
    Sep-17-20 Manhattan, NY A sexual harassment and retaliation settlement was in the spotlight, this past July. It involved more than 25 construction workers who were subjected to physical assaults and other types of harassment , and some workers were retaliated against after complaining to supervisors. “It’s so important that these women supported and cor...
  • $13 Million Settlement in California Labor Law Suit
    California Labor Commissioner Angela Bradstreet and Attorney General Edmund G. Brown have prevailed with a judgment totaling $13,640,819 against janitorial companies Excell Cleaning and Building Services Inc., a Delaware Corporation and M.O. Restaurant Cleaning of California Inc., a California Corporation. The janitorial companies evaded payroll taxes,...
  • Reports of Injury Prompt Recall of Compound Bows
    BowTech Archery is recalling about 8,000 compound bows with the model name "The General". The ends of the bow's limbs can unexpectedly break during use and send fragments of the bow in the direction of the user or bystanders, posing a risk of injury. The firm has received 255 reports of the bow's limbs breaking, including 11 reports of lacerations, ab...
  • California Chain Cited for Care Center Abuse Twice in Three Years
    Apr-19-13 Anaheim, CA A chain of elder care centers previously cited for care center abuse and was successfully sued by a collection of disgruntled plaintiffs has again found itself under scrutiny. Various elder care centers associated with Skilled Healthcare Group Inc. (Skilled Healthcare) will again be closely monitored for the next two years, and the company...
  • Navy Veteran Claims PFAS Firefighting Foam Caused Testicular Cancer
    Oct-28-21 Spring, TX A former U.S. Navy firefighter has recently filed a civil action against about 18 chemical and safety equipment manufacturers claiming PFAS in firefighting foam caused his testicular cancer. Defendants, the Defense Department and more knew of the dangers but chose not to inform the public. Michael Sloane was diagnosed with testicular cancer...
  • FAA Irresponsible in its Airline Maintenance Program
    Department of Transport Finds Significant Weaknesses with the FAA A newly released report by the Department of Transportation Inspector General has slammed the Federal Aviation Authority for lack of oversight of airline operations in general, and for not enforcing safety inspections by Southwest Airlines specifically. The report states that the I...
  • Express Scripts Inc. Over $9.5 million payout in deceptive business practices lawsuit.
    Boston, MA: (May-27-08) State Attorneys General of 28 US states brought charges against Express Scripts Inc., alleging that the St. Louis-based pharmacy benefits manager misled consumers when it encouraged doctors to switch patients' cholesterol drug brands. The suit stated that the drugs were changed under the guise of controlling costs. Missouri Attorn...
  • Germantown Primary Care Associates, P.C. Unlawfully collected fees refunded in Consumer Protection Act violation suit.
    Baltimore, MD: (May-26-08) Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler brought charges against Germantown Primary Care Associates, P.C., a medical practice located in Germantown, alleging that the company collected a yearly administrative fee from its customers, which was a violation of Maryland's Consumer Protection Act and Consumer Debt Collection Act...
  • Hutchinson Oil Over $75,000 settlement reached in consumer protection lawsuit.
    Philadelphia, PA: (May-26-08) State Attorney General Tom Corbett brought a lawsuit against Hutchinson Oil, alleging that it charges consumers for prepaid oil and failed to deliver. The suit, filed after a total of 196 consumers filed complaints with Corbett's office, stated that the company violated consumer protection laws. Sources stated that the two s...
  • Boat Accidents - Maritime Law, Cruise Ship Accidents Lawsuit News
    If you have had an injury while at sea, you may need the services of a lawyer who is experienced in maritime law . Maritime law covers boat accidents that occur on the high seas, from pleasure boats and cruise ships to jet skis. Accidents can happen at ports of call or during on-shore excursions; a personal injury such as slip and fall, swimming accident...
  • construction accident lawsuit
    Construction is a "high risk" industry. According to The United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OHSA) construction workers have a right to a safe workplace. However, one of every five workplace fatalities is a construction worker and construction injury still runs higher than the national average (4.0 rate in 2004). Nearly 1,0...
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