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  • 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...
  • Veteran Medical Malpractice at VA Hospitals
    If you are a veteran and you or family members have been injured due to veteran medical malpractice, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PSTD), a VA medical malpractice lawyer can help you determine whether you have a medical negligence lawsuit. Veterans Medical Malpractice The VA employees about 19,000 doctors and has 152...
  • Injectafer Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    Injectafer (ferric carboxymaltose) is an intravenous iron replacement medication prescribed to adult patients for the treatment of iron deficiency anemia. Research indicates that patients taking the iron replacement product are at high risk of developing hypophosphatemia (HPP), a condition that can be life-threatening. Injectafer lawsuits allege that consume...
  • Deadly Secrets – Did Allergan Hide Breast Implant Side Effects?
    Aug-3-20 New Orleans, LA A breast implant side effects lawsuit filed in the Eastern District of Louisiana may soon join the growing list of cases to be considered as part of the federal multidistrict litigation forming in New Jersey. Seuzeneau v. Allergan USA, Inc. charges that Allergan, which marketed, advertised and sold Biocell textured breast implants, fa...
  • California Excessive Bank Overdraft Fee Lawsuit Gets Second Wind
    Jul-29-20 San Diego, CA For months, the law firms that represent banks and other big businesses have worried that the Ninth Circuit’s 2019 decision in Blair v. Rent-A-Center shows plaintiffs how to side-step mandatory arbitration provisions that include class action waivers. Defense counsel’s worst fear is realized in the motion for reconsideration fil...
  • PAGA Claims Survive Dismissal of California Labor Code Violations
    Jul-20-20 San Francisco, CA On June 26, the California Court of Appeals held that an employee could continue his state Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) claim even after settling his California Labor Code lawsuit . Linehan-Clodfelter v. Vivint, Inc. closely follows the reasoning of the recent California Supreme Court decision in Kim v. Reins Internat. Cali...
  • Aldi, Inc. Settles California Overtime Lawsuit
    Jul-1-20 Los Angeles, CA Jeree Gant filed a class action lawsuit against Aldi, Inc., claiming that the grocery chain failed to pay her for all the hours she worked between October 2017 and May 2018. The other allegations under the California labor code concerning meal breaks, rest breaks and wage statements follow from that central claim. Aldi has now offered t...
  • District of Columbia Sues Elevate Credit, Inc.
    Jun-24-20 Washington, DC On June 5, Karl Racine, Attorney General for the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit against Elevate Credit Inc., alleging that Elevate charged loan interest rates on what are essentially internet payday loans in excess of the District’s usury limits. The interest rates of 149 to 251 percent associated with Elevate’s Rise and...
  • oalition of 24 State Attorneys General Announces over $550 Million Settlements with Nation's Largest Subprime Autho Financing Company
    Settlement with Santander Includes more than $550 Million in Relief for Consumers A coalition of 34 attorneys general led by Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul, announced on May 19, 2020, a settlement with Santander Consumer USA Inc. (Santander) that includes approximately $550 million in relief for consumers with even more relief in additional def...
  • California AG Pressures Walmart to Protect Vulnerable Employees
    Jun-19-20 Sacramento, CA California Attorney General Xavier Becerra joined a coalition of 12 attorneys general in a letter that calls on Walmart to improve its efforts to protect workers and the public during COVID-19. Lawyers have anticipated a surge in California labor lawsuits arising from employer failures to adequately protect essential workers. But thes...
  • Employee Stock Ownership Lawsuit Unmasks Brazen Corporate Fraud
    Jun-18-20 Riverside, CA The allegations made in Gamino v. KPC Healthcare are pretty lurid, especially as ERISA lawsuits go. Even apart from the loaded handgun and the slashed tires, the Complaint tells a tale of shocking financial malfeasance. The lawsuit claims that in 2015 Kali Pradip Chaudhuri, the sole shareholder of KPC Healthcare, sold the company to...
  • Insured Californians Getting Gouged by Out-of-Network Providers
    Jun-16-20 Santa Clara, CA Back in 2017, a law was passed to protect Californians against surprise medical bills for non-emergency care. Before that, AB1611 was proposed: it was supposed to protect against emergency room overcharges but California consumers are still getting gouged by out-of-network providers. Two years after California’s surprise-billing...
  • ERISA Lawsuits Target United HealthCare Reimbursements Practices
    Jun-10-20 Pasadena, CA The Glendale Outpatient Surgery Center’s (“GOSC”) ERISA lawsuit against United HealthCare Services Inc. and UnitedHealthcare Insurance Co. (collectively “United HealthCare”) claims that the insurance giant skimped on reimbursement for services rendered by GOSC to United HealthCare patients. On May 19 the Ninth C...
  • Federal Court Sends Excessive Overdraft Fees Plaintiffs to Arbitration
    Jun-9-20 Chicago, IL On May 18, the District Court for the Northern District of Illinois ruled that two of the three named plaintiffs in Page v. Alliant Credit Union could pursue their claims only through arbitration. This ends their participation in a class action bank overdraft fees lawsuit . The lawsuit alleges that Alliant charged insufficient funds fees e...
  • Truckers Fight Against Bill AB5, No Backup from Teamsters or State of California
    May-31-20 Santa Clara, CA Uber and other gig-based companies aren’t the only ones battling California labor law Assembly Bill 5.  Late last year, the Western States Trucking Association and the California Trucking Association also filed lawsuits challenging AB5 and its “ABC test”, which has now been challenged by the state and the Teamsters...
  • Stem Cell Therapy Legal News and Lawsuit Information
    Stem cell treatments have been defined as both miracle treatments and snake oil. The public has heard from researchers and licensed doctors, unlicensed frauds and for-profit companies that stem cell therapy can regenerate hair and organs, cure cancer and emphysema, and eradicate deadly infectious diseases. It is commonly used in plastic surgery and eye surge...
  • California McDonald’s Workers Cite COVID-19 Safety Issues
    May-25-20 Los Angeles, CA McDonald’s workers filed complaints under the Private Attorney Generals Act (PAGA) claiming that the California Division of Occupational Health and Safety’s failure to address COVID-19 workplace safety issues has put workers in “imminent danger.”  McDonald’s now has less than a month to correct violatio...
  • California Sues Uber and Lyft
    May-15-20 San Francisco, CA On May 5, Attorney General Xavier Becerra  filed a lawsuit on behalf of the State of California alleging that Uber and Lyft have misclassified  on-demand drivers as independent contractors in violation of  the California Labor Code, Wage Orders and Unemployment Compensation laws. Lawyers are now beginning to see a lo...
  • Getting Caught Can Reduce Emergency Room Overcharges
    May-14-20 San Francisco, CA Last year Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital reduced a patient’s emergency room charges from $20,243 bill down to $200—after the patient, Nina Dang, contacted the media. She broke her arm on the pavement in a bike accident. Can’t reach the media? Of course lawyers experienced with negotiating ER overcharges can...
  • Putnam Investments to Settle 401k Self-Dealing Lawsuit for $12.5 Million
    May-6-20 Boston, MA Participants in the Putnam Retirement Plan have agreed to settle their ERISA lawsuit against Putnam Investments and other Plan fiduciaries for $12.5 million and certain prospective changes in plan administration. Following close on the heels of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision not to review the lower court’s determination, the s...
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