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  • ERISA Lawsuit against the University of Miami Cites Excessive Fees
    May-17-21 Miami, FL   On April 5, the four named plaintiffs in Santiago v. University of Miami asked the Southern District of Florida to certify a class of roughly 16,000 beneficiaries of and participants in the University of Miami Savings Plan. Their ERISA lawsuit alleges that the University breached its duties of loyalty and prudence by permitting the Plan...
  • Los refrigeradores de General Electric presuntamente contienen válvulas solenoides de agua defectuosas
    Mulkey Attorneys Group Rick Martines contra General Electric Company Caso número: 2:07-CV144-FtM-29-DNF Tribunal de Distrito de Estados Unidos: Distrito Medio de Florida, División Ft. Myers Se ha presentado una demanda contra General Electric que pretende obtener el estado de acción judicial colectiva; por este medio, se al...
  • The Eclipse 500 Jet: Are Passengers in Danger?
    Sep-18-08 Washington, DC It's the kind of stuff that makes you want to never set foot in an aircraft again: allegations that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) fast-tracked the approval of the new Eclipse 500 very light jet aircraft despite unresolved design problems, according to testimony presented to Congress this week. The FAA flatly denies the alleg...
  • Demanda por lesiones personales ocasionadas por un producto defectuoso
    El litigio por productos defectuosos implica productos fallados y excesivamente peligrosos que causan lesiones personales, e incluso la muerte. Los fabricantes de productos son responsables por los defectos de diseño, dispositivos de seguridad inadecuados y defectos de fabricación que puedan provocar lesiones. Los casos de respons...
  • New Herbal Supplement Targeted by Investigation
    Sep-22-15 New York, NY The herbal supplement industry faces an additional crackdown, after New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced he was targeting the makers of an arthritis supplement. This is the latest move in a crackdown on herbal supplement makers for allegedly misleading customers by not using proper ingredients in their products. In Febru...
  • Credit Union Excessive Overdraft Fees Lawsuit News & Legal Information
    Credit unions are not-for-profit organizations run cooperatively by members. They are different from banks in how they are run, but may still face many of the same legal issues as banks, including claims about mismanagement, consumer fraud and overdraft fees. Credit union lawsuits can be filed by members whose credit unions have not been properly managed or...
  • Consumer Fraud: Attorneys General Aid in the Fight
    Aug-6-08 Chicago, IL A lawsuit alleging consumer fraud has been filed by the Attorney General's Office in Chicago against an electronics retailer that reportedly failed to deliver merchandise and dropped the ball with regard to refunding customers their down payments on store items. The defendant, Ellis Computer Consulting Inc and its president Renault J. Ell...
  • Employment Law and Discrimination: "I Have a Dream" Still a Dream for Some
    Jul-20-08 Middlesex County, NJ Most would assert that we have come a long way from those dark days when the Reverend Martin Luther King proclaimed that he had a dream, and few Caucasians were listening. But have we come that long way? Even as Barack Obama makes his run for the White House, employment discrimination and racial bias is alive and well in America. ...
  • National Black Farmers Association Joins Monsanto MDL
    Apr-27-21 San Francisco, CA  On April 1, the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation denied Monsanto Company’s request that it reconsider its decision to include National Black Farmers Association v. Monsanto Co. in the Multidistrict Litigation (MDL), consolidated in the Northern District of California. National Black Farmers Association, a Monsan...
  • Jury Awards $1.5 Million in Asbestos Lawsuit
    New Orleans, LA: An Orleans Parish Civil District Court jury hearing an asbestos lawsuit has found in favor of the plaintiff, and awarded him a $1.5 million settlement in general damages. Leopold Granier Jr., developed asbestos mesothelioma as a result of his exposure to asbestos, the suit claimed. Granier was exposed to asbestos through his th...
  • Reports of Property Damage Prompt Recall of GE Air Conditioning and Heating Units
    Washington, DC: GE Appliances and Lighting is recalling about 90,600 GE Zoneline Air Conditioners and Heaters because an electrical component in the heating system can fail, posing a fire hazard to consumers. General Electric and Sharp have received four reports of incidents involving smoke and/or fire with the air conditioning and heating units...
  • Walgreens Poised to Settle Pharmacy Tech Wage Lawsuit for $3.3 Million
    Apr-15-21 Los Angeles, CA  On April 15, a federal court in the Central District of California is expected to approve a $3.3 million settlement in Christina Epstein v. Walgreens Pharmacy Services Midwest LLC. The settlement will end a California labor lawsuit brought on behalf of a class of 6,745 pharmacy technicians who allege that Walgreens failed to compens...
  • Sheldon Bradshaw - Bush Administration Preemption Gang
    Mar-4-08 Washington, DC: Sheldon Bradshaw stepped in to replace the pharmaceutical industry's inside guy, Daniel Troy, in the Office of Chief Counsel at the FDA in April 2005, and the Bush Administration's steadfast protection of the industry did not miss a beat. On September 20, 2005, an article by Lily Henning entitled, "Is FDA's New Chief Counsel a Change in...
  • Johnson & Johnson Talc Tribulations Spark ERISA Lawsuit
    Mar-28-19 Newark, NJ On January 25, participants in the Johnson and Johnson Savings Plan (the “401k Plan”), filed a class action ERISA lawsuit claiming that the 401k Plan fiduciaries encouraged them to invest imprudently in company stock. The lawsuit, Tarantino v. Johnson and Johnson Pension and Benefits Committee , claims that the value of the stock was...
  • Lilly Faces Mounting Legal Battles Over Zyprexa - Part I
    Nov-8-07 Washington, DC: Since August 2006, as part of an on-going, multistate investigative effort by approximately 30 states, Eli Lilly has received civil investigative demands or subpoenas seeking a broad range of documents relating to the company's marketing and promotion of the antipsychotic drug Zyprexa , and more states are expected to join the effort. ...
  • Attorney Subpoenas J&J AstraZeneca and Lilly for Hidden Antipsychotic Data Part II
    Sep-10-07 Washington, DC Attorney Jim Gottstein is the director of the Law Project for Psychiatric Rights, a public interest law firm that has mounted a campaign against forced psychiatric drugging all over the country. He represents mostly indigent clients through his non-profit organization and is not involved in the lawsuits filed against the atypical makers by p...
  • Psychotropic Drug Makers Bankroll Prescribing Shrinks Part II
    Sep-2-07 Washington, DC: Influence peddling in the field of psychiatry is out of control. An analysis of Minnesota disclosure records by the Pioneer Press and the consumer watchdog group Public Citizen shows that, between 2002 and 2006, 187 Minnesota doctors received payments from drug companies worth a grand total of $7.38 million. No other field of medicine ev...
  • Can Herbal Supplements Lawsuits Support Lack of DNA Evidence?
    Mar-15-15 New York, NY A number of herbal supplements lawsuits have recently been filed in the wake of investigations by the New York Attorney General’s office. But those claims may need to sit on the back burner while experts determine if DNA testing was the right kind for the supplements. A recently formed coalition of State Attorneys General may ne...
  • It's Time To Sue Doctors Who Prescribe Drugs Off-Label Part II
    Aug-17-07 Washington, DC: Experts say the serious side effects associated with the use of the 3-drug cocktail of Seroquel, Depakote and Clonidine prescribed to Rebecca Riley when she was 2 and a half-years-old that resulted in her slow and torturous death two and a-half-years later should be known to all prescribing doctors by now. According to police reports, Re...
  • More Scrutiny of Stenting for Profit Industry
    Aug-13-07 Washington, DC: The stenting for profit industry hit a major snag on March 1, 2007, when the US House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, ordered Johnson & Johnson and Boston Scientific to turn over documents related to their sales and marketing activities for drug-eluting stents. Drug-eluting stents (DES) are mesh tubes used in patients with h...
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