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  • $10M Settlement Proposed in Uber Gender And Race Discrimination Class Action
    San Francisco, CA: A $10 million settlement has been agreed between Uber and plaintiffs in a discrimination class action lawsuit who alleged the ride share company did not pay its female software engineers and engineers of colour equitably compared with their male and white or Asian American peers. The lawsuit was filed by Ingrid Avendaño, Roxa...
  • Will Pennsylvania Supreme Court Hear Risperdal Time Bar Appeal?
    Mar-12-18 Philadelphia, PA: All eyes are on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, as justices with the highest hall of justice in the State debate whether, or not to hear an appeal of a lower court ruling that could put an undetermined number of Risperdal gynecomastia lawsuits currently housed in a mass tort, in jeopardy. Risperdal is the powerful antipsychotic dru...
  • "Tarde para el almuerzo" explica las demandas laborales de California y un entorno de trabajo cambiante
    Mar-7-18 Los Angeles, CA En los últimos años, un gran porcentaje de demandas laborales en California se han centrado en tiempo para comer y descansos. Por ejemplo, las demandas por tiempo extra han agregado causas de acción para las multas por el tiempo para comer y descanso. Demandas recientes de comidas y períodos de descanso ...
  • Attorney is Hopeful Current Opioid Litigation will Pave the Way for Individual Opioid Lawsuits
    Mar-3-18 Dallas, TX: "With all these opioid lawsuits filed against big Pharma, manufacturers, distributors and pharmacy chains, we are hopeful that a treasure trove of discovery will be uncovered to help individuals," says attorney Shezad Malik. "This teacher, this fireman, so many people wouldn't have fallen into the opioid trap if these drugs weren't pushed...
  • Takata Settles with 44 States. No Dough, Though
    Mar-1-18 Washington, DC Takata airbag failures have already killed 22 people and injured nearly 200 more. The ensuing lawsuits and recalls affect nearly 13 percent of registered vehicles in the United States (and as many as a third of the cars on the road in Australia). It was the largest automotive recall in history, and it drove the company into bankruptcy...
  • First Bard IVC Filter Bellwether Lawsuit Gearing Up for March
    Feb-18-18 Phoenix, AZ: With the scheduled start of the first Bard IVC filter bellwether trial set for next month, all eyes will be on the outcome to gauge how the remaining bellwether cases might fare, and ultimately what general direction the remaining 3,500 cases in C.R. Bard multidistrict litigation may wind up taking. The case selected for the first trial...
  • $2M Settlement Reached in Stericycle Employment Class Action Lawsuit
    Los Angeles, CA: A preliminary $2m settlement agreement has been reached in a California employment law class action lawsuit pending against Stericycle Inc. The lawsuit was brought against the medical waste company by workers alleging the company denied them breaks, shorted them on overtime and failed to compensate them for time spent changing into t...
  • Minnesota Consumer Sues Capital One over 128 Bill Collector Robocalls to Cellular Phone
    Feb-6-18 Chaska, MN: By the middle of 2017, after more than 128 bill collector harassment calls Kristie Drigger had had enough. She sued Capital One Bank in Minnesota District Court , seeking at least $1,500 per telephone call made in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The underlying facts of her lawsuit suggest an apparent w...
  • Late for Lunch Spells California Labor Lawsuits and a Shifting Work Environment
    Feb-6-18 Los Angeles, CA: Over the last few years, a great percentage of California labor lawsuits have focused on meal and rest breaks . For instance, overtime lawsuits have added causes of action for meal and rest break penalties. Recent Meal and Rest Period Lawsuits According to Class Action Reporter, a number of California labor law lawsuits seeking...
  • Kmart settles healthcare fraud lawsuit for $32.3 million
    Jan-20-18 Washington, DC The Department of Justice announced that Kmart Corporation has agreed to pay $32.3 million ($59 million including state law issues) to settle a lawsuit that claims in-store pharmacies overbilled Medicare Part D, Medicaid, and TRICARE. The healthcare fraud scheme, which a Kmart pharmacist stumbled upon only when he had his own presc...
  • Emergency Room Charges and What to Do About Them
    Jan-14-18 Washington, DC: A study into medical bills, treatment costs at hospitals and emergency room charges undertaken last year and published in May by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine confirmed what we already know: charges for medical care can be excessive when compared to what Medicare and Medicaid interprets as the true value for services...
  • Denied Disability Claimant Wins when Administrator Blows Deadline
    Jan-10-18 San Jose, CA Employers can change the terms of their long-term disability plans whenever they want. Those changes often affect what employees must show to make a disability claim , and they rarely make it easy to collect. Plans usually apply changed provisions even to employees who are already receiving benefits. They often lose those payments. But when...
  • Demanda colectiva contra Tesla por discriminación racial
    Jan-8-18 Oakland,CA: La presentada, denuncia el 13 de noviembre de 2017 en el Tribunal Superior para el Estado de California, el Condado de Alameda, describe a Tesla Motors, Inc. como un "hervidero" de racismo y alega múltiples violaciones de la legislación laboral de California . Esta es la tercera demanda por discriminación racial que s...
  • 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...
  • Opioid Epidemic Biggest News Story in 2017, Opioid Litigation May be Biggest Legal News in 2018
    Jan-1-18 Cleveland, OH: Across the U.S., city and county newspapers looking back on 2017 say the top news story was the opioid crisis. And opioid litigation already looks like it will dominate legal news in 2018. Early in December, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (MDL) ordered city and county cases to join more than five dozen similar civil ac...
  • “I want this Mirena IUD out, over and done with.”
    Dec-30-17 Toronto, ON. Nickey followed her doctor’s orders, and the Mirena manufacturer’s orders: five years after the IUD was implanted, she made an appointment to have it removed. But it wasn’t that easy. Next month will be the fourth, and she hopes final, attempt to have all of the birth control device removed from her uterus. “O...
  • Conductor de Turno demanda a Starbucks por Robo de Salario
    Dec-21-17 Santa Cruz, CA: El señor Walter Savinovich, un conductor de Evolution Fresh, presentó una demanda al Tribunal Superior del condado de Santa Cruz el 7 de agosto de 2017. Savinovich alegó que Evolution Fresh y su empresa matriz, la Corporación Starbucks, violó las disposiciones de salario y horas de la legislación...
  • Pier 1 Employees Win $3.5M Settlement in Flex Shift Class Action Lawsuit
    San Francisco, CA: A preliminary $3.5 million settlement has been reached potentially ending a California labor law class action lawsuit pending against Pier 1 Imports. The lawsuit, filed by Lauren Mathein and Christine Sabas, alleged Pier 1 failed to reimburse the class for hours spent working without pay while checking in to find out if they had...
  • The Talcum Powder Cases Heading for Massive Trials Next Year
    Dec-12-17 Ridgeland, MO: Next year and the year after, St. Louis, Missouri will be the venue for a massive showdown in the courts between Johnson & Johnson and the hundreds of women who have filed lawsuits alleging there is a direct relationship between their ovarian cancer and the use of talcum powder-based products manufactured and sold by Johnson and John...
  • Uber Hit with Proposed Class Action in California
    Dec-7-17 Los Angeles, CA: A California labor lawsuit brought by a Uber driver likens a pricing model observed by Uber to stiffing drivers of proper wages as required under California labor law. For its part, co-defendant Uber Technologies Inc. disagrees with plaintiff Sophano Van’s allegations and is trying to have the lawsuit tossed. As outlined in L...
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