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  • 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...
  • Flowers Foods Leaves Bad Taste for Distributor Drivers
    Dec-30-21 Santa Clara, CA A California federal judge ruled that Flowers Foods Inc. misclassified its distributor drivers as independent contractors and drivers can go ahead with overtime claims against the second-largest commercial bakery in the US (whose brands include Wonder Bread, Tastykake, Sunbeam, and Nature’s Own). It has a track record of misclassifi...
  • Infant Formula From China May be Contaminated Melamine
    FDA Warns Public Not to Use Formula From China Reports of a contaminated milk-based infant formula manufactured in China have prompted the FDA to issue a warning to the general public not to use infant formula manufactured in China. It should be replaced with an appropriate infant formula manufactured in the United States. There is no known threat of cont...
  • 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...
  • Supreme Court Asks Solicitor General for Brief in California Trucking Lawsuit
    Dec-20-21 Pasedena, CA On November 15, the U.S. Supreme Court asked Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar to articulate the position of the federal government with respect to California Trucking Association v. Rob Bonta . The Ninth Circuit decision requires California motor freight carriers to treat drivers as employees, rather than independent contractors. A deci...
  • construction accident lawsuit
    Construction is a "high risk" industry. According to The United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OHSA) construction workers have a right to a safe workplace. However, one of every five workplace fatalities is a construction worker and construction injury still runs higher than the national average (4.0 rate in 2004). Nearly 1,0...
  • Boat Accidents - Maritime Law, Cruise Ship Accidents Lawsuit News
    If you have had an injury while at sea, you may need the services of a lawyer who is experienced in maritime law . Maritime law covers boat accidents that occur on the high seas, from pleasure boats and cruise ships to jet skis. Accidents can happen at ports of call or during on-shore excursions; a personal injury such as slip and fall, swimming accident...
  • Slip and Fall - Slip and Fall Injury, Slip and Fall Accidents, Slip and Fall Attorney
    A Slip and Fall injury often occurs from a slip and fall accident due to dangerous conditions, from the environment to the supermarket to your home. It is in your best interest to talk with a slip and fall attorney who can help with your slip and fall claim and possibly a slip and fall settlement. Slip and Fall Accidents In a slip a...
  • Amazon to Pay $500,000 in COVID-19 Notice Lawsuit
    Nov-29-21 San Francisco, CA  On November 15, California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced that Amazon had agreed to pay the State of California $500,000 and amend its Covid-19 notification practices to comply with California’s new “right-to-know” law. AB 685, enacted in December 2020, amended the California Labor Code to require employe...
  • Call Center Workers File FLSA Lawsuit over Unpaid Wages
    Nov-24-21 Chicago, IL On October 19, Maria Guadalupe Amador filed a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) collective action lawsuit against Kemper Corp., alleging that the insurance giant cheated her and other call center workers out of wages due under federal and Illinois law. Recent lawsuit news coverage has often focused on whether very small (de minimus) amounts of...
  • Panacryl Sutures Legal Help.
    Panacryl sutures are a type of absorbable sutures, or stitches, that are commonly used to assist patient's wound healing after surgery. These type of sutures are intended to be absorbed by the body so there is no need for removal at a later time. Panacryl sutures unfortunately may have been the cause of more harm by not dissolving as intended. ...
  • Supreme Court Hands DoorDash Driver a Win in PAGA Case
    Nov-9-21 Washington, DC On October 12, the U.S. Supreme Court denied DoorDash Inc’s petition for certiorari, thus declining to review the decision of the California Court of Appeals in Brandon Campbell v. DoorDash, Inc. The Court of Appeals’s decision permitted Campbell, a DoorDash driver, to proceed with his Private Attorneys General (PAGA) claim...
  • District Court Greenlights ERISA Lawsuit over Firing to Avoid Severance Pay Obligation
    Nov-7-21 Birmingham, AL On September 21, the District Court for the Northern District of Alabama denied AT&T’s motion to dismiss Roy Robinson’s ERISA lawsuit . Robinson v. AT&T Services, Inc alleged that the company fired Robinson to avoid paying him severance benefits. AT&T claimed that he had failed to exhaust internal company remedie...
  • Navy Veteran Claims PFAS Firefighting Foam Caused Testicular Cancer
    Oct-28-21 Spring, TX A former U.S. Navy firefighter has recently filed a civil action against about 18 chemical and safety equipment manufacturers claiming PFAS in firefighting foam caused his testicular cancer. Defendants, the Defense Department and more knew of the dangers but chose not to inform the public. Michael Sloane was diagnosed with testicular cancer...
  • Delta Airlines asks Supreme Court to review California Wage Protections for Airline Workers
    Oct-18-21 Washington, DC  On September 9, Delta Airlines, Inc. asked  the U.S. Supreme Court to review decisions by the Ninth Circuit and preceding lower courts in Oman v. Delta Airlines, Inc . The Oman decisions recognize the generous protections of the California Labor Code for airline employees based in California. Oman is not the only lawsu...
  • Lengthy CPAP Sleep Machine Recall —More “Fraud, Waste and Abuse” Like COVID-19 Ventilators”?
    Oct-15-21 Newark, NJ A proposed class action filed in a New Jersey federal court accuses Dutch manufacturer Royal Philips of knowing for months that its CPAP sleep machines posed a serious health hazard but “unreasonably delayed” the recall. Philips also faces a securities class action lawsuit—and remember the COVID-19 ventilator debacle? That...
  • 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...
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