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  • Sumrall Oil, Prince Oil, Spaceway, Southern Oil, and Moak Petroleum Gas Price Gouging Settlement
    Jackson, MS: (May-25-07) Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood filed suit against several gas companies, alleging that they were guilty of price gouging after Hurricane Katrina. Hood's office was conducting studies in the current gasoline market, and came up with a consumer awareness pamphlet. The suit stated that the AG's office had thoroughly investigate...
  • Education Finance Partners Student Loan College Pay Offs Settlement
    New York, NY: (Apr-16-07) Threatened with protracted litigation, Education Finance Partners, a student loan company, decided to settle claims filed by New York attorney general Andrew Cuomo's office, accusing it of paying colleges to steer students to them for loans. In a settlement agreement reached, Education Finance Partners agreed to pay $2.5 million t...
  • Bio Performance Fuel Pills False Advertising Settlement
    Dallas, TX: With gasoline prices hitting record highs, Bio Performance aggressively marketed their green pills as a wonder-cure, repeatedly and falsely claiming that its fuel pills could improve vehicular fuel efficiency by as much as 30 percent while also reducing engine emissions by 50 percent. In May 2006, the Attorney General filed a lawsuit against...
  • Covid Long-Haulers and Denied Disability
    Jun-24-22 Santa Clara, CA If you are a COVID 19 long-hauler and your disability claim has been denied, don’t give up – don’t accept excuses from your insurer. The medical and legal community, state and federal governments (including the CDC) and a recent global survey recognize Long COVID as a disability and insurers will increasingly find it dif...
  • GlaxoSmithKline Antitrust Class Action Settlement
    Europe's top drug maker agreed to pay more than $70 million to settle lawsuits filed by New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and other state attorneys general as well as consumers who claimed they had been overcharged for drugs by hundreds of millions of dollars as part of a class action. The attorney general's lawsuits claimed GlaxoSmithKline was in...
  • Celexa Birth Defects - Celexa Side Effects, Celexa Lawsuit, Celexa Lawyer
    Recent studies have found that babies exposed to Celexa (Citalopram) during certain periods prior to birth run a risk of experiencing Celexa side effects . Those Celexa birth defects include a risk of persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (PPHN), oral cleft, Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome and coarction of the aorta. A potential link between...
  • Abogado especializado en HPPR provocada por Lexapro
    Lexapro (también conocido como Escitalopram) es un antidepresivo utilizado para tratar la ansiedad y trastornos graves de depresión. Se encuentra dentro del grupo de medicamentos denominados inhibidores selectivos de la recaptación de serotonina (ISRS). El fabricante de Lexapro, Forest Pharmaceutical, resta importancia a los pelig...
  • Celexa y HPPR
    Estudios recientes han encontrado que bebés expuestos a Celexa (citalopram) durante ciertos períodos antes del nacimiento corren un riesgo de experimentar efectos secundarios causados por Celexa. Estos defectos de nacimiento Celexa incluyen el riesgo de hipertensión pulmonar persistente del recién nacido (HPP), paladar hendido, sindrome hipoplásico de c...
  • Prozac Birth Defects - Prozac Side Effects, Prozac Lawsuit
    As one of the world's leading anti-depressants, Prozac has been prescribed to more than 54 million people worldwide, including pregnant women. Studies have shown, however, that Prozac and other drugs in its class could be linked to serious side effects. Those Prozac side effects include a risk of so-called Prozac birth defects , including heart defects...
  • Defendant in Alleged Carr Miller Capital Ponzi Scheme Forced to Resign
    Mar-3-11 Newark, NJ A man at the center of an alleged Ponzi scheme recently resigned from his role as a director, as well as the chief operating officer (COO) of Indigo-Energy, an enterprise that acquires, develops, produces and drills oil and gas reserves throughout the US. The resignations come in the wake of a lawsuit filed against Carr Miller Capital Investment...
  • ERISA Lawsuit Alleges that ESOP Fiduciaries Cheated Participants
    May-31-22 Chicago, IL Participants in the West Monroe Partners Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) filed a class action ERISA lawsuit  claiming that the ESOP’s fiduciaries and the Trustee shortchanged them of the value of the company’s stock when West Monroe sold half the company to an outside investor. At its most elemental, the scheme described i...
  • Matco Tools Settles California Misclassification Lawsuit for $15.8 Million
    May-31-22 San Francisco, CA On April 29, the Northern District of California granted final approval to a $15.8 million settlement in a class action California labor lawsuit  brought by 273 franchisees who claimed that Matco Tools classified them as independent contractors to avoid paying overtime, reimbursing expenses and providing accurate wage statements. Th...
  • Discover Accused of Misleading Tactics
    Dec-23-10 Cottage Grove, MN When it comes to credit card abuse , many customers may have thought the new credit card laws offered them greater protection from predatory credit card practices. In truth, there is some protection from credit card rate hikes and credit card fraud, but those restrictions have forced credit card companies to find new ways of generating...
  • Dollar General Corp. Announce Recall of 80,000 Metal Heart-Shaped Pendants
    On May 12, 2005 Dollar General Corp of Goodlettsville, Tennessee announced the recall of approximately 80,000 metal heart shaped pendants due to the fact that the metal in the pendants contains unusually high levels of lead and poses a serous lead poisoning threat to young children. Lead poisoning has been associated with a host of behavioral, learning, h...
  • Philips CPAP Machines – More Wrongful Death Lawsuits?
    May-27-22 Santa Clara, CA With the FDA suspecting 124 deaths from recalled CPAP sleep apnea machines , more wrongful death lawsuits could be filed against Philips Respironics. Since Philips recalled millions of its CPAP, BiPAP and mechanical ventilators, the FDA has received more than 21,000 adverse health reports connected with the machines’ toxic foam. He...
  • Oman v. Delta Airlines is Done. Virgin America v. Bernstein Looms on the Horizon
    May-20-22 Washington, DC On January 10, the U.S. Supreme Court denied Delta Airline’s petition for certiorari, in which it sought review of the question of whether the Constitution’s Article I Commerce Clause and the federal Airline Deregulation Act (ADA) exempted airlines from California labor law’s  wage and hour regulations. This left inta...
  • Pilgrim’s Pride Settles Out of “Wage-Fixing” Lawsuit
    Jul-12-21 Baltimore, MD Pilgrim’s Pride Group, one of many poultry processors/defendants, has agreed to settle out of Jien v. Perdue Farms Inc. for $29 million and an agreement to cooperate against the remaining defendants. Rather than proceeding as an unpaid wages claim , Jien was brought as an antitrust case under the Sherman Act . The Sherman Act prohib...
  • US Grant Resources Settlement
    Attorney General Charles C. Foti Jr. along with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced the arrest of three individuals who were operating a phony grant procurement company out of New Orleans. The three individuals who were arrested, John B. Rodgers, Laurel A. Rodgers and Jason Martin agreed to a settlement of $500,000 with the Attorney Gene...
  • Intel Corp. Investment Policy Committee v. Sulyma to shape ERISA fiduciary lawsuits
    Nov-7-19 Washington, DC On December 4, the US Supreme Court will hear arguments in an ERISA lawsuit that may have lasting implications for the ability of plan participants to sue over mismanagement of retirement funds. As Christopher Sulyma argues in his Supreme Court brief , ERISA plan participants should not be assumed to know about (and perhaps have consented...
  • Plaintiffs Seek Recusal of Latest Judge in Home Depot ERISA Lawsuit
    May-16-22 Atlanta, GA On April 15, plaintiffs in Pizarro v. The Home Depot asked U.S. District Judge Steven D. Grimberg to recuse himself because of his association with the Chamber of Commerce, which had filed an amicus curiae brief in support of The Home Depot in 2021. The $140 million class action ERISA lawsuit was assigned to Judge Grimberg on March 4 of t...
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