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  • Mortgage rescue company to pay over $980,000 settlement in fraud lawsuit.
    Seattle, WA: (Apr-21-08) The State Attorney General's Office brought a lawsuit against Foreclosure Assistance LLC, of Clearwater, FL, alleging that the company pocketed homeowners' money but failed to do anything that could concretely help them save their homes. Foreclosure Assistance LLC is a company that offered rescue services to homeowners struggling...
  • Cruise lines pay $21 million settlement in fuel charges suit.
    Miami, FL: (Mar-10-08) The Florida Attorney General's Office filed a lawsuit against Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and Celebrity Cruises, alleging that they wrongly began charging retroactive fuel supplement charges in mid-2007. The suit was filed after the Attorney General's Office received more than 300 complaints from consumers nationwide, sparking off...
  • Arizona Honda pays $19,500 settlement for deceptive customer financing
    Tucson, AZ: (Feb-23-08) Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard brought charges against D.W. Phillips LLC, doing business as Arizona Honda, alleging that the company engaged in deceptive practices to help some customers get financing when they didn't qualify. Records show that this is the second time in less than six months that the motorcycle dealership ha...
  • Mutual Fund Shares, Ritchie Multi-Strategy Global Trading and Ritchie Capital Management pay nearly $40 million SEC trading settlement
    Lisle, IL: (Feb-5-08) The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the New York Attorney General brought charges against Ritchie Multi-Strategy Global Trading, Ltd. and Ritchie Capital Management, LLC, alleging that there were discrepancies in the trading in shares of mutual funds by Ritchie Multi-Strategy in the period 2001 through Septe...
  • Lafayette General Medical Center agrees to $1.9 million settlement after allowing doctors to perform unnecessary procedures
    Lafayette, LA: (Jan-13-08) The US Department of Justice brought charges against Lafayette General Medical Center, alleging that the facility defrauded federal and state health plans. The suit accused cardiologist, Dr. Mehmood Patel of 93 counts of health care fraud for performing medically unnecessary procedures on patients between 1999 and 2004. Sources c...
  • Prizant's flooring company agrees to fill orders or refund customer's money after going out of business without notice
    Pittsburgh, PA: (Jan-13-08) The Pennsylvania Attorney General's office brought charges against Prizant's, alleging that the flooring company went out of business without warning. The suit claimed that the company, which shut 10 stores in December 2007, engaged in deceptive practices for taking orders until the day it closed its stores. In a recent developm...
  • Educational Infomercials, Whitney Information Network refunds $1 million to customers for false and misleading advertising
    Cape Coral, FL: (Jan-10-08) The Florida Attorney General's office brought charges against Whitney Information Network, and its companies, including Millionaire University and Whitney Intelligence Academy, alleging that they used deceptive advertising and misleading business practices. The suit claimed that the companies made misleading statements in infome...
  • Telemarketing Timeshare, Equity Marketing Corp. pays $95,000 settlement for deceptive advertising
    Orlando, FL: (Dec-18-07) The Florida Attorney General's office brought charges against Equity Marketing Corp., alleging that the Altamonte Springs-based company, which operates under the name Resort Equity Marketing, used deceptive marketing and advertising tactics. The suit claimed that the company used misleading telemarketing pitches to obtain clients f...
  • 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...
  • $1 million settlement in illegal payday loans lawsuit.
    Little Rock, AR: (Dec-10-07) The state Attorney General Dustin McDaniel's office brought charges against nine businesses and individuals, including Dialing4Dollars.Net, JonesMoneyOnline.Net, CrossettCash.Net, ConwayCash.Net, Money.Net, ElDoradoOnline.Net and MoneyInAFlash.Net., alleging that they offered illegal payday loans disguised as instant cash rebat...
  • CD Price Fixing, Sony, Time Warner, and Virgin Group pay $67.4 million antitrust settlement
    Detroit, MI: (Nov-09-07) The Michigan State Attorney General's office, 43 states, and US territories brought charges against Sony, Time Warner, and Virgin Group alleging that music retailers and distributors engaged in a CD price-fixing scam. The State Attorney General's office stated that the offense is a violation of federal and state law. As part...
  • Lords of Discipline, New Jersey State Troopers pay $400,000 settlement for harassing colleagues
    Newark, NJ: (Oct-01-07) Justin Hopson, a former state trooper, brought a lawsuit against the state of New Jersey alleging that he was beaten and harassed by members of a secret group of rogue officers within the state police. Hopson said that he was attacked by members of a loose-knit group within the state police known as the Lords of Discipline. For year...
  • Uzed Enterprises Consumer Fraud Settlement
    Denver, CO: (Aug-27-07) The Colorado Attorney General's Office brought charges against Broomfield-based Uzed Enterprises and the Internet company's president Steven Bonneau, over the failure to pay consumers for their used CDs, DVDs and other goods. The suit claimed that Uzed Enterprises operated the Uzed.com Web site, soliciting and accepting consumers' u...
  • Lansing Community College General Counsel Wrongful Termination Settlement
    Lansing, MI: (Aug-15-07) The former general counsel of Lansing Community College, Tim Zeller, brought a lawsuit against the college, alleging that he was wrongfully fired after he accused Judith Cardenas, its president, of misspending thousands of dollars. The Michigan college admitted no wrongdoing in the settlement, and Cardenas, said in a written statem...
  • Nelnet Inc. Student Loan Referrals Settlement
    New York, NY: (Jul-31-07) The New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's Office filed a lawsuit against Nelnet Inc., a finance company that consolidates student loans. The charges alleged that Nelnet made payments to alumni groups in exchange for getting loan referrals. The lawsuit was part of the investigation of unlawful practices in the $85 billion a year...
  • Getting Caught Can Reduce Emergency Room Overcharges
    May-14-20 San Francisco, CA Last year Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital reduced a patient’s emergency room charges from $20,243 bill down to $200—after the patient, Nina Dang, contacted the media. She broke her arm on the pavement in a bike accident. Can’t reach the media? Of course lawyers experienced with negotiating ER overcharges can...
  • Legal & General Car Accident Insurance Settlement
    London, UK: (Jul-10-07) An insurance claim lawsuit was filed against Legal & General on behalf of Letchworth widower David Webb, whose wife was killed when a suicidal driver deliberately crashed into their car. Sarah Webb, 29, died in December 2004 when the car she was traveling in with her two-year-old daughter and her husband, was hit by an oncoming car...
  • 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...
  • New England Gas Company Customer Bill Overcharges Settlement
    Boston, MA: (Jun-08-07) Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley's office and New England Gas Company (NE Gas) reached a settlement that will significantly reduce the company's requested rate increases and provide other benefits for the citizens of Fall River and North Attleboro. The settlement was negotiated with NE Gas after the company filed a noti...
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