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  • Former Nursing School Employees fired for Retaliation or Competition?
    Oct-12-21 Los Angeles, CA Two former nursing school professors whose California wrongful dismissal lawsuit claims they were fired in retaliation for helping students alleging sexual harassment asked for $55 million and settled for $1.4 million. Pastor Gregory Johnson (accused of sexually inappropriate behavior) and the American University of Health Sciences denied...
  • A Loss and a Win (Sort of) for GrubHub Drivers
    Oct-10-21 San Francisco, CA On September 20, the Ninth Circuit partially dismissed, partially upheld and remanded back to the District Court a GrubHub driver’s claim that he was owed back wages and other remedies under the California Labor Code  and related wage orders. Raef Lawson v. Grubhub is a complicated decision, but there is some positive news...
  • Smokers Claim They Were Overcharged for Health Insurance Premiums
    Oct-8-21 Kansas City, MO On September 24 in Lipari-Williams v. Missouri Gaming Co. , the District Court for the Western District of Missouri put off a decision about whether to grant class action certification to a group of casino workers who allege that they were overcharged for their health coverage based on their tobacco use. Their wage and benefit plan lawsui...
  • Will Pot Company Cresco Lawsuit Go Up in Smoke?
    Oct-5-21 Santa Clara, CA Cresco Labs, the cannabis and medical marijuana company, has been slammed with a lawsuit filed under California's Private Attorneys General Act, alleging it didn’t pay workers for time spent “donning and doffing” – putting on and taking off—personal protective equipment required by the multi-state pot compa...
  • Hospital Workers Reach $475K Unpaid Overtime Class Action Lawsuit Settlement
    Scranton, NJ: A preliminary settlement has been reached in an unpaid overtime class action lawsuit pending against Wilkes-Barre General Hospital, its related facilities and some 600 workers. The employment lawsuit alleges the hospital failed to properly calculate overtime pay prior to a 2012 change in New Jersey state employment law. Under...
  • New York Involved in Home Warranty Lawsuit
    Feb-21-12 New York, NY Consumers upset with home warranty companies are not the only ones involved in home warranty lawsuits. Although consumers have filed lawsuits against home warranty companies alleging bad faith insurance, at least one state has also been involved in—and settled—such a lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed by New York Attorney Genera...
  • E-Cig and Vape Companies Cashing in on COVID-19
    Apr-20-20 Santa Clara, CA Vaping and e-cigarette companies are using the corona virus crisis as a sales tool, despite warnings from health officials that vape and e-cigarette users might be at a higher risk for complications from COVID-19. And an attorney general accuses the FDA of vape fear mongering. COVID-19 Sales Tactics Particularly insidious is a sales...
  • Emergency Room Overcharges –Surprise!
    Apr-16-20 Santa Clara, CA Almost one-third of Americans with health insurance who wind up in an emergency room find out after the fact that their health plan doesn’t cover as much as they thought. Given that there are about 140 million ER visits each year, and “surprise” emergency room charges are so frequent that 59 percent of Americans have bee...
  • Ohio Says Opioid Epidemic Generated by Drug Companies
    Jun-10-17 Columbus, OH Fed up with a deadly and costly drug addiction epidemic Ohio has become the second state after Mississippi to launch a lawsuit against five major pharmaceutical companies that manufacture and market prescription opioids such as OxyContin, Percocet and Vicodin. The Defendants named in the lawsuit are Johnson & Johnson (Janssen Pharm...
  • PFAS Breast Cancer Lawsuit and PFAS Links to Breast Cancer
    Sep-22-21 Charleston, SC A Maryland woman in August filed a PFAS lawsuit  in the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina claiming she developed breast cancer as a result of drinking water contaminated with firefighting foam chemicals for years. Nigora Akhmedova, diagnosed with breast cancer 2018, has been drinking the local water in Anne Arun...
  • BOEING DEFENDANTS IN STOCK DROP LAWSUIT CLAIM THEY WERE NOT FIDUCIARIES
    Mar-31-20 Chicago, IL On March 2 attorneys for Boeing, its 401k retirement plan and the plan’s investment committee asked the District Court for the Northern District of Illinois to dismiss Burke v. The Boeing Co. The defendants claim that Newport Trust Co., the plan’s investment manager, was solely responsible for any losses incurred by participants...
  • California Overtime Lawsuit Paused Pending Ruling by US Supreme Court
    May-22-17 San Francisco, CA: An overtime pay lawsuit filed a year ago March in a California federal court has been paused by a federal magistrate to allow for a ruling by the US Supreme Court. The ruling, on a separate case, could set precedence and determine whether, or not employees of SolarCity Corp. would be forced into arbitration to settle their claims. ...
  • Are Diabetic Native Americans at Greater Risk for Actos Side Effects, too?
    Nov-16-11 Tempe, AZ November is National Diabetes Month and according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA, www.diabetes.org), there are roughly 26 million Americans living with diabetes—and another 79 million at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The numbers are startling—in fact, every 17 seconds someone is diagnosed with diabetes, and the d...
  • Can Coronavirus and Lawsuits Vaporize E-cigarettes?
    Mar-25-20 Santa Clara, CA Coronavirus and e-cigarette use have one thing in common: they harm the lungs. And as of March 2020, hundreds of Juul e-cigarette lawsuits have been combined in a California federal court, with many more complaints expected. The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says growing evidence indicates that vaping can harm lung health and vapers...
  • California Assembly Bill 701 To Hold Amazon Accountable for Safe Workplace
    Sep-10-21 Santa Clara, CA Assembly Bill 701 is expected to reach California lawmakers any day now. Bill 701 will curtail Amazon’s algorithm-led and unfavorable warehouse work conditions by requiring warehouses to disclose quotas and work speed metrics to employees and government agencies. The bill will also put an end to “time off task” penalties...
  • Kansas to Receive $700,000 in Paxil Lawsuit Settlement
    Aug-27-11 Topeka, KS The state of Kansas will reportedly receive more than $700,000 as part of a settlement of a Paxil lawsuit with GlaxoSmithKline and SB Pharmco Puerto Rico, Inc. According to a release from the office of Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, the settlement—which totaled more than $40 million for distribution across a number of states...
  • CVS to Settle California Labor Lawsuit for $10.4 Million
    Aug-31-21 Los Angeles, CA The federal court for the Central District of California has approved a settlement under which CVS Pharmacy will pay retail pharmacists $10.4 million to compensate them for off-the-clock training time. Chalian v. CVS alleges that the retail pharmacy giant failed to credit time actually spent in required training, in violation of Californ...
  • Hoping for a Hassle-Free Hip Implant a Roll of the Dice
    Mar-7-17 Washington, DC: Much has been written in recent years about hip implant replacement failure and the perfect storm borne from an aging population (the leading edge of Baby Boomers are entering their retirement years), and a medical device manufacturing industry rushing new designs to market bereft of adequate real-world testing through a legal FDA looph...
  • E-Cigarette Toxic Vape Ban Less Than Meets the Eye, Critics Say
    Feb-17-20 Washington, DC Effective February 6, a change in FDA policy banned sales of fruit, mint and dessert-flavored vape pods that were reportedly intended to attract teens. The effectiveness of this ban in protecting young consumers from e-cigarette health hazards remains in doubt, however. The ban does not affect menthol or tobacco-flavored pods, open-tank sy...
  • Supreme Court Sends IBM Stock Drop ERISA Lawsuit Back to Second Circuit
    Feb-11-20 Washington, DC On January 14, the Supreme Court sent Retirement Plans Committee of IBM v. Jander , a much-watched ERISA lawsuit , back to the Second Circuit for further consideration of defensive arguments raised by the plan administrators. The decision is a setback, although perhaps not a fatal one, for participants in employee stock ownership plans (...
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