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  • Abuse and Neglect of Elderly Rampant in Nursing Home Industry
    Sep-12-06 Little Rock, AR In 1987, Congress passed landmark legislation aimed at improving nursing home care for the nation's vulnerable elderly population. However, a recent investigation by Consumer Reports found poor care in nursing homes is still extremely common, especially in the for-profit chains that have become the dominant force in the industry. The...
  • NHTSA Orders Ford to Recall 3 Million Cars for Defective Airbags
    Feb-25-21 Washington, DC  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has ordered Ford to recall three million cars that contain defective driver’s side airbags. The airbags contain potentially faulty Takata inflators that may cause the bags to rupture, resulting in catastrophic airbag injuries . This follows a similar 2020 order affecting Gener...
  • Tesla Stock Lawsuits Legal News and Lawsuit Information
    On August 8, 2018, Elon Musk, high flying CEO of Tesla, Inc. tweeted to the world that he was considering taking Tesla private at $420 per share. He said he had the money. The price of the stock skyrocketed, trading was temporarily suspended and the SEC launched an investigation into potential price manipulation. The financing later appeared to have depe...
  • Two Brooklyn Health Care Agencies Settle Fraud Lawsuits
    Apr-28-22 Brooklyn, NY  Two Brooklyn Home Care Service agencies failed to cheat both the federal government and their health care aids and now they have to pay nearly $7 million in back wages and Medicaid payments following two settlement agreements with New York Attorney General Letitia James. In its news release (March 25, 2022), the Justice Department s...
  • Staples Hit with Putative Class Action, Alleging Misclassification
    Sep-26-15 Los Angeles, CA Yet another overtime pay laws putative class action was filed earlier this month in California state court accusing Staples Inc. (Staples) of failing to provide overtime pay and required meal and rest periods through improper job classification. It should be noted that Staples has been down this road before, when the retailer agreed,...
  • Takata Airbag Recalls in China, Dorado Airbag Injury Lawsuit Filed in Nevada
    Sep-26-17 Las Vegas, NV: The angst over potential airbag failure and the airbag recall involving primary, and some side airbags manufactured by Takata has transferred to China now, with the recent announcement that General Motors and its Chinese joint venture Shanghai GM will recall more than 2.5 million vehicles in China known to have faulty Takata airbags. Ea...
  • Airbag Injury Lawsuits Filed in North Carolina
    Oct-24-16 Guilford County, NC: There is little doubt that a host of airbag injury plaintiffs allege their airbag injuries to be catastrophic in nature. In the case of David Earl Ebron Jr., who does indeed allege catastrophic airbag injuries , the plaintiff alleges he suffered the indignity of being injured twice. According to an airbag failure lawsuit Ebron fi...
  • Airbag Injury Lawsuit Information & Legal News
    In recent years, massive airbag recalls have been announced to address issues involving defective airbags . These recalls affect vehicles equipped with Takata airbags, which have reportedly been linked to 13 deaths and many injuries worldwide. Airbag failures have allegedly caused situations in which passenger vehicle occupants have either not survived...
  • Corning to Pay $66.5M in Price Fixing Settlement
    Santa Clara, CA: A $66.5 million settlement has been reached ending allegations of price fixing brought against Corning International Kabushiki Kaisha (Corning International K.K.) by The Justice Department. The antitrust charges included price-fixing, bid–rigging and allocation of markets for ceramic substrates sold in the United States. Accordi...
  • Duality Observed in Illinois Cause for Confusion, but Plaintiff Benefits Nonetheless
    Jul-30-17 Chicago, IL: A unique Illinois Workers Compensation lawsuit has been quietly percolating through the courts of Illinois. At stake are two claims for workers compensation benefits filed by a personal assistant for an individual with disabilities. At the heart of the Illinois denied workers compensation claim, is an interpretation under Illinois law as t...
  • Parche Ortho Evra - Coágulos en Sangre, Accidentes Cerebrovasculares e Infartos
    Actualmente, se investiga un juicio fundado en una acción colectiva por fraude al consumidor contra Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical, Inc., fabricantes del parche anticonceptivo Ortho Evra. Esta investigación pretende determinar si Ortho-McNeil omitió revelar que los efectos secundarios y riesgos de coágulos, accidentes cerebrovascualr...
  • Autism Lawsuit - Autism Medication, SSRI Autism, Autism Attorney
    Research indicates the potential for a link between using an SSRI and autism . Families with autistic children are seeking autism lawyers to file an autism lawsuit , claiming that prenatal exposure to certain antidepressant drugs—SSRIs such as Zoloft, Prozac, Lexapro, Celexa, Effexor and Paxil—caused autism. Antidepressants and Au...
  • Leading GM Injury Lawyer Speaks out on NHTSA Failures, GM’s Apparent Disregard
    Mar-22-14 Top Attorney talks with LAS about the GM ignition system problems that have allegedly led to numerous accidents and, in the case of Brooke Melton, even death. Marietta, GA: According to its database, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says there was no reason to believe the rate of problems with GM vehicles was significan...
  • Online store owner pays $66,000 settlement to Attorney General.
    Kennewick, WA: (Mar-13-08) Over 50 people brought complaints against Teryl Cooper's website, Storybook Lane, an online store, alleging that they ordered children's furniture and accessories from the website, but never received the merchandise. The suit, which was filed following complaints lodged with the Washington Attorney General and the Better Busine...
  • Val Industrial Insulation Co. Employees' Prevailing Wages Settlement
    Boston, MA: (Aug-17-07) Attorney General Martha Coakley's Office brought a lawsuit against Daniel Valdez, of Worcester, the owner of Val Industrial Insulation Co., alleging that he failed to pay two employees the prevailing wage rate. The suit was filed after a June 2007 routine site inspection at the Brookside Elementary School Renovations and Additions P...
  • General American Life Insurance Co. Mutual Fund Late Trading Civil Penalty
    St. Louis, MO: (Aug-09-07) The Securities and Exchange Commission brought a lawsuit against General American Life Insurance Co. and a former senior vice president, William Thater, alleging that they played a role in a late trading scheme. The suit claimed that Thater permitted, and General American failed to prevent, late trading of mutual funds underlying...
  • General Steel Corp. Misleading Sales and Marketing Settlement
    Lakewood, CO: (Mar-13-07) Attorney General John Suthers filed a consumer protection lawsuit against General Steel Corp., a Lakewood company that sells large metal buildings to customers across the country. The lawsuit claimed General Steel carried out a misleading sales and marketing plan. General Steel asserted that it manufactured buildings available at...
  • Vytorin Liver Damage and Heart Attack Risk
    Vytorin , a drug prescribed to treat high cholesterol, is a combination of the cholesterol-lowering Zetia and the statin Zocor. Since its FDA approval in 2004, serious Vytorin side effects have been reported, including Vytorin liver problems and statin cardiomyopathy , which can lead to Vytorin heart attack. Furthermore, the ENHANCE study in 2008 showed...
  • PHH Mortgage to Pay $45M In Mortgage Servicing Fraud Lawsuit
    Washington, DC: A $45 million settlement has been reached by PHH Mortgage Corp and 49 state attorneys general who sued the company alleging the mortgage servicer committed financial fraud by failing to properly apply payments from borrowers and other loan service deficiencies. While mortgage servicers do not directly issue home loans, they do co...
  • Daniel Troy - Bush Administration's Preemption Gang - Part II
    Feb-26-08 Washington, DC: In the fall of 2004, Daniel Troy left the FDA armed with the preemption policy he put in place. Now a partner at Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, Mr Troy works for a firm that he told Lily Henning of the Legal Times on September 20, 2005, "represents pretty much almost every company" in the brand-name drug industry. In fact, Sidley Austin i...
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