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  • Identity Theft Complaints on the Rise
    Mar-4-16 Washington, DC: A report from the Federal Trade Commission indicates that complaints about identity theft increased 47 percent in 2015 over 2014. As more organizations become victims of data breaches , more consumers are exposed to a risk of identity theft. Consumers are fighting back, filing lawsuits against the companies and organizations they trust w...
  • Attorney Files Equifax Class Action Lawsuit
    Sep-25-17 San Jose, CA: In the wake of an Equifax data breach that occurred in July but reported this September, attorneys at Oakland, California- based Scott Cole & Associates have filed a lawsuit seeking class action status against the credit reporting agency. This digital disaster could potentially affect up to 175 million Americans, and millions of peopl...
  • Ashley Madison Data Breach Lawsuit, Legal News and Information
    One of the largest data breaches in the world occurred in July 2015 when the Ashley Madison online dating website was hacked, releasing the personal information of 33 million user accounts (Ashley Madison claims it has 39 million members worldwide). In its wake Ashley Madison class action lawsuits have been filed in the US and in Canada, claiming neglig...
  • Premera Blue Cross Data Breach Results in Several Lawsuits, Class Actions
    Jul-6-15 Seattle, WA The hackers responsible for the recent cyber attack on federal government computers could also have been responsible for the Premera Blue Cross Data Breach of 11 Million Accounts , or so is the supposition reported recently in the New York Times and the Puget Sound Business Journal (6/5/15). Premera is the third largest health insurer...
  • Premera Data Breach Lawyer: Companies Must Face Consequences for Failing to Protect Identifying Information
    Jul-10-15 New York, NY When retail stores have suffered data breaches , the incidents have been big news, but data breaches at insurance companies can be even more harmful. Gary Graifman, partner at Kantrowitz Goldhamer & Graifman in charge of consumer class-action litigation, says Premera policyholders whose information was accessed in a recent data breach c...
  • FDA Issues Data Hacking Alert for Hospira's LifeCare PCA 3 and PCA5 Pumps
    Washington, DC: The federal government is warning health care facilities about the risk for data hacking of Hospira's Symbiq medication infusion pump. According to an article by CNBC.com, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has said caregivers and hospitals should stop using a product because of a cybersecurity risk. The FDA has stated that...
  • Vaginal Rejuvenation Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    On July 30, 2018, the United States Food & Drug Administration (FDA) issued a formal warning to manufacturers of laser gynecological devices and patients who have undergone, or plan to undergo, treatment with such devices. The FDA initially cleared these “energy based” devices for the treatment of serious health conditions, including cancer and hysterec...
  • E-Cigarettes Pose Health Hazards Legal News & Lawsuit Information
    Santa Clara, CA Research shows that serious health risks are associated with electronic cigarettes, including cancer. Health officials for more than a decade have warned consumers of e-cigarette side effects from toxic vapes that contain  additives in the liquid nicotine, which converts to high amounts of aldehydes and toxic chemicals. E-Cig...
  • Real Estate - Verdict in favor of Plaintiff in the amount of US$30,023
    Case Name : Dina Garcia VS HomeSavers Foundation Repair Case Number : CV-2015-02373 Verdict Date : 2015-11-18 Outcome Type :  Judgement Court : Denton County Court At Law Number 2 Incident Date : 2015-05-01 ...
  • Victoza Side Effects - Pancreatic and Thyroid Cancer
    In March 2013 the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced results of a study suggesting Victoza side effects could include an increased risk of Victoza pancreatitis. Victoza has already reportedly been linked in animal studies to an increased risk of a rare thyroid cancer, according to the FDA. So far, no Victoza lawsuits have been filed, althou...
  • Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    Transvaginal mesh , also known as pelvic mesh or TVM bladder sling , has been implanted in tens of thousands of women to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Many of those women have suffered severe transvaginal mesh complications , resulting in more than 100,000 defective device lawsuits filed and possibly making t...
  • Second US Government Data Breach Could Affect 14 Million
    Jun-14-15 Washington, DC Recent data breaches affecting Target and Home Depot were sufficient to unnerve even the most ardent and confident consumer of online information and commerce. However, when the federal government was hacked a few weeks ago, concern turned to fear for many. If the government isn’t safe, then who is? And now, according to The Gu...
  • Authority of FTC Over Cyber Security and Data Breaches Upheld
    Sep-24-15 Philadelphia, PA A recent decision by a US appeals court reveals a surprising source for the enforcement of cyber security: the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC). In the absence of any concrete enforcement coming out of the US Congress, it appears that authority given to the FTC 101 years ago qualifies the agency to ride shotgun over the seemingly unstoppa...
  • St. Joseph's Health System Facing Patient Data Breach Class Action
    Santa Rosa, CA: A privacy class action lawsuit has been filed against St. Joseph Health System, which operates Santa Rosa Memorial, Petaluma Valley and Queen of the Valley hospitals, for allowing private patient data to be searchable online for 31,800 patients across the system' California hospitals, including about 10,000 patients locally. Th...
  • Motion Picture Industry ERISA Plan under the Bright, Hot Lights
    Jan-18-21 Los Angeles, CA  On October 7, Patricia Klawonn filed an ERISA lawsuit  against the Board of Directors for the Motion Picture Industry Pension Plans in the District Court for the Central District of California. The lawsuit alleges that The Board breached its fiduciary duty under ERISA, citing as evidence “abysmal returns [that] are the pro...
  • Bayer's Natazia Oral Contraceptive Associated with Serious Adverse Events
    Washington, DC: Natazia (estradiol valerate and estradiol valerate/dienogest), a fourth generation oral contraceptive made by pharmaceutical giant Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals, Inc, was FDA-approved on March 15, 2012, for the treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding that is not caused by diagnosed conditions of the uterus. However, in February...
  • TJX Credit Card Information, TJX Cos. agrees to updated settlement for customers stolen data
    Boston, MA: (Oct-10-07) A lawsuit was filed against TJX Cos., the parent of stores including TJ Maxx and Marshalls, alleging that customers suffered ill effects after their credit card information was stolen from the retailer. Previously TJX had offered to give $30 store vouchers to certain customers who had lost time or money as a result of the loss of...
  • Cyber Security Expert Says Employees Need to Stop Opening the Door to Strangers
    Mar-18-15 New York, NY Another day, another huge data breach . The latest is Premera Blue Cross. The health insurer has just revealed it discovered in January that its data systems were hacked 10 months ago. The Pacific Northwest-based insurer says the breach could have exposed the names, birth dates, Social Security numbers, mailing and e-mail addresses along wi...
  • Amazon, Zappos Face Data Breach Class Action
    Louisville, KY: A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed against Amazon.com and its Zappos.com subsidiary alleging a recent data breach could put some 24 million Zappos.com customers' personal credit information at risk. The lawsuit was filed in federal court on behalf of Theresa D. Stevens, of Beaumont, TX, and all affected Zappos customers...
  • Northern District of Illinois Nixes Mandatory Arbitration in ERISA Lawsuit
    Feb-8-21 Chicago, IL On January 25, the Northern District of Illinois denied Triad Manufacturing’s attempt to force ESOP participants to individually arbitrate their claims of fiduciary self-dealing. The ERISA lawsuit , James Smith v. Board of Directors of Triad Manufacturing Inc. , alleged that the Board of Directors caused the plan to buy Triad stock at a...
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