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  • Optical Disc Drive Antitrust Class Action Settlement
    Santa Clara, CA: Settlements have been reached in an antitrust class action lawsuit alleging a group of electronics companies conspired to fix the prices of optical disk drives. These devices enable data to be read from and/or written to optical disks, such as DVDs, CDs and other computer software storage. The consolidated class action results f...
  • Employees May Work 6 Years Longer when Employer Skims Fees off the Top of 401k Plan
    Jan-22-20 Collingswood, NJ On November 5, former employee, Young Cho, filed a class action ERISA lawsuit (ERISA) in the District Court for the District of New Jersey alleging that fiduciaries of the Prudential Insurance Company 401k plan breached their duty to plan participants by selecting and managing investment options to benefit Prudential, rather than retirem...
  • Legal Malpractice Lawsuit, Legal Malpractice Law - LawyersAndSettlements.com
    A legal malpractice lawsuit can be filed in situations where an attorney has been negligent in his or her dealings with a client, causing harm to that client. Legal malpractice cases involve any aspect of law that involve an attorney giving advice to or representing a client, including contract discussions, patent applications, court cases, insurance cla...
  • Oklahoma Medical Malpractice Lawsuit News & Legal Information
    Oklahoma medical malpractice lawsuits are made against doctors or other healthcare professionals and/or organizations whose standard of care fails to meet an acceptable level. When the standard of care falls and a patient suffers harm as a result, an Oklahoma medical malpractice lawsuit may be filed against the doctor, health care provider, or institution w...
  • Verizon To Pay $25 Million To Settle
    New York, NY: Verizon Wireless has agreed to pay $25 million plus at least $52.8 million in refunds to customers as settlement of allegations that the company charged millions of dollars in mystery fees. "Today's settlement requires Verizon Wireless to make meaningful business reforms, prevent future overcharges, and provide consumers clear, easy-...
  • Pregabalin (Lyrica) Linked to Increase in Birth Defects
    Santa Clara, CA: Data collected by the Swiss Teratogen Information Service, a facility that collects reports of potential harmful effects of drugs, and a subsequent study on the data published in the journal Neurology, reveals that the pain medication pregabalin (Lyrica) may be linked to birth defects. Pregabalin is approved in the US to treat...
  • Safety Review Suggests Heart Problems Associated with HIV Drug Combination
    Washington, DC: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) notified healthcare professionals and patients that it is reviewing clinical trial data about a potentially serious effect on the heart from the use of Invirase (saquinavir) in combination with Norvir (ritonavir), antiviral medications given together to treat HIV infection. The data suggest that...
  • New Jersey-based Force-Place Insurance Class Action Can Proceed
    Oct-15-15 Newark, NJ According to court documents, plaintiff Robert DiGiacomo took on no fewer than four defendants in his class-action Force-placed insurance lawsuit . Those defendants include Statebridge Company LLC, American Modern, American Modern Insurance Group (AMIG), and Midwest Enterprises. Allegations include breach of contract, breach of implied covena...
  • Zimmer Knee Replacement | Knee Implants | NexGen Knee - LawyersAndSettlements.com
    Since the Zimmer NexGen knee replacement system has been on the market, almost half a million people in the US alone have had Zimmer knee implants. However, the Zimmer knee replacement, namely the NexGen CR-Flex Porous Femoral component , has recently been linked to a variety of problems, from loosening of the implant to failure of the replacement knee,...
  • Never, Never Give Anyone Your Password, Ever!
    Mar-30-15 New York, NY Right this very second a cyber criminal is out there trying to break into confidential information somewhere and figuring out ways to profit from that unauthorized access. Security expert Aaron Ross says consumers and corporations need to stay alert and be hypervigilant in order to keep from being towed under by the relentless, dangerous a...
  • More Ranitidine Cancer Concerns Lead to Zantac Lawsuits
    Jan-9-20 Santa Clara, CA Since the FDA last September reported that minute amounts of a carcinogen called N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) was detected in Zantac, along with several other heartburn medications, a number of Zantac cancer lawsuits have followed.   The FDA and Zantac Despite voluntary recalls from manufacturers (including Sanofi and Glenmark...
  • Nexium Use and Increased Risk for Fracture
    Washington, DC: Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), including Nexium (esomeprazole), which are used to treat heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), ulcers in the stomach and small intestine, and inflammation of the esophagus, can cause bone fractures. According to data from a study published in the Annals of Family Medicine in 2011, r...
  • 401(k) Lawsuit Continues against Franklin Templeton
    Oct-15-18 San Francisco, CA An ERISA pension plan lawsuit has survived numerous procedural challenges and will proceed as a class action against investment manager Franklin Templeton. Fernandez v. Franklin Resources Inc. claims that the fiduciaries in charge of managing the Franklin Templeton 401(k) Plan breached their duty to plan participants by causing...
  • FDA Issues Early Safety Communication About Meridia Diet Pill
    Washington, DC: The FDA is reviewing preliminary data from a recent study suggesting that patients using sibutramine have a higher number of cardiovascular events (heart attack, stroke, resuscitated cardiac arrest, or death) than patients using a placebo (sugar pill). The preliminary data from the SCOUT study show that cardiovascular events were repo...
  • More Firefighters File PFAS/PFOA lawsuits
    Oct-7-20 Santa Clara, CA A former volunteer firefighter diagnosed with testicular cancer has filed a PFAS/PFOA lawsuit  similar to many other firefighters nationwide. They allege a number of firefighting foam manufacturers did not warn firefighters that their fluorochemical products contained PFAS and/or PFPS, which are toxic and carcinogenic chemicals. An...
  • DePuy Hip Replacement, ASR Hip Recall, DePuy Orthopedics, DePuy Lawsuit
    DePuy Orthopaedics withdrew its ASR XL Acetabular metal-on-metal DePuy ASR hip replacement on August 24, 2010 following approximately 300 complaints from people undergoing hip replacement. The ASR hip replacement is a metal-on-metal device believed to have a design flaw that has resulted in many patients needing follow-up hip revision surgery to replac...
  • Allergan Refuses to Pay for Surgery to Remove Breast Implants Linked to Cancer
    Dec-1-20 Hackensack, NJ  Jody Craft has now joined the growing number of women who have filed lawsuits seeking compensation for the harm Allegan USA, Inc. allegedly caused by marketing textured breast implants now linked to breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). BIA-ALCL is a rare form of cancer seen almost exclusively in women...
  • Repeated Sexual Abuse in Nursing Home Criminal
    Mar-2-21 Oswego, NY A female resident in Pontiac Nursing Home in Oswego suffering from dementia was sexually abused  three times by another resident who was admitted to Pontiac in 2019. Management declined to tell Pontiac’s doctor and other employees that he was a known sexual offender. And Pontiac management didn’t call the police to report th...
  • Ryobi Corded Circular Saws Sold Exclusively at Home Depot Recalled
    About 12,400 Ryobi Corded Circular Saws are being recalled because the return spring on the circular saw's lower blade guard can break, posing a laceration hazard to consumers. This recall involves Ryobi corded circular saws with the following model numbers: CSB123, CSB133L, and CSB142LZ. Circular saws included in this recall have manufacturing date c...
  • Hearing Examinations to Begin in 3M Combat Arms Defective Earplugs Lawsuits
    Nov-19-20 Pensacola, FL  On October 20, the District Court for the Northern District of Florida issued a pre-trial order setting the requirements for the medical examinations of five service members who allege that they suffered hearing loss because of the 3M defective earplugs  that were standard military issue from 2003 to 2015. The Order sets out a sc...
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