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  • Compaq and HP agree to settlement in $640 million class action lawsuit.
    Cleveland, OH: (May-15-08) A class action lawsuit was brought against the Compaq Computer Corporation and Hewlett-Packard Company, alleging that they sold computers with defective parts. At the heart of the consolidated action was that the defendants, Compaq and HP, sold computers with a defective part that could cause the loss or corruption of data writ...
  • Killer Chip in Ink Jet Cartridges cost people Money
    Nov-5-06 Santa Clara, CA: Consumers with ink jet printers are becoming increasingly frustrated with printers that shut down before their ink cartridge is completely empty. Some inkjet companies produce ink cartridges that contain a computer chip that monitors ink use and holds expiry information. This "killer chip," as it is known in the re-manufacturing indust...
  • Silicon Valley Software Supplier Hit With Federal Labor Lawsuit
    Nov-28-16 Palo Alto, CA: A somewhat unusual California labor lawsuit was filed in recent months by the US Department of Labor (DOL) against a California software company based in Silicon valley. At issue in the lawsuit is alleged discrimination against Asian applicants for jobs with the firm. The DOL asserts that such discrimination is systematic. The defendant...
  • Road Outrage: California Truckers Denied Fair Wages and Benefits
    Jan-10-18 Los Angeles, CA: For more than a decade, the Port Trucking industry has exploited its workers. In a year-long investigation, USA Today revealed that truckers are forced to work up to 20 hours per day and uneducated immigrants are easy targets. Although these drivers have been classified as independent contractors, the city of Los Angeles has filed three...
  • Attorney: Volkswagen Owners Could Suffer Tremendous Financial Impact
    Sep-30-15 El Segundo, CA Anyone reading the news is likely aware of the recent Volkswagen recall , in which almost 500,000 diesel Volkswagens have been recalled due to the use of defeat devices that help the automobiles pass emissions testing. Lawsuits have already been filed against Volkswagen, with attorneys investigating further claims against the carmaker. Cus...
  • Epson InkJet Settlement Award Delayed
    Jan-21-07 San Francisco, CA Consumers waiting for their Epson InkJet settlement award will have to wait a little while longer. According a notice at Epsonsettlement.com , "Appeals have been filed challenging the Judgment and order granting final approval of the Settlement and application for attorneys' fees, which were entered by the Court on October 23, 2006." ...
  • Indignación en la carretera: Los camioneros de California se les negaron salarios y beneficios justos
    Mar-21-18 Los Angeles, CA Por más de una década, la industria de camiones ha explotado a sus trabajadores, en una investigación de hace un año, USA Today, revelo que los camioneros son forzados a trabajar 20 horas diarias y los inmigrantes maleducados son objetivos fáciles, Aunque estos conductores han sido clasificados como contrat...
  • “My Supervisor Was the King of Bullies,” Says California Computer Technician
    Jan-21-14 Los Angeles, CA Bullying is a violation of the California labor law , and California has had anti-bullying legislation in place since 2003, but bullies like Mario’s supervisor seemingly have their own agenda. If not for his supervisor, Mario says he had the “dream job.” Unfortunately, the supervisor’s bullying turned the job int...
  • Xarelto Lawsuits Continue Unabated, Now Over 5,000 and Growing in Number
    Jun-16-16 New Orleans, LA: It was barely two months ago that consolidated lawsuits in the Xarelto Lawsuit multidistrict litigation numbered about 4,500. Today, there are in excess of 5,381 pending in US District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. Pundits from the outset held that Xarelto, akin to Pradaxa, would result in heavy litigation due to the way...
  • Records Show Dell Aware of Laptop Fires Years Before Recall
    Aug-2-06 CRN recently reported that sources supposedly from within Dell Computer Corporation confirmed that the company kept quiet for at least two years before finally recalling 22,000 notebooks last year. According to CRN's sources, Dell knew of literally dozens of cases where laptops had burst into flames before they identified the issue as a broad ranging threat...
  • Xarelto Lawsuits Closing in on 7,000
    Aug-14-16 Washington, DC: If anyone ever doubted the seriousness, and the compelling nature of Xarelto Bleeding complications and litigation stemming from Xarelto Side Effects, one need only look at the continuing rise in the number of Xarelto lawsuits. Last month, Heidi Turner reported that as of June 15 of this year there were 5,853 lawsuits housed in Mul...
  • California IT Overtime - IT Overtime Labor Law - LawyersAndSettlements.com
    California employees in the IT and computer software industry, including computer professionals , IT professionals and computer programmers may be entitled to overtime pay. Both federal law and most state laws require overtime pay for such professional employees who work more than 40 hours per week unless the employee is classified as exempt. Cali...
  • California's Takin' Care of Business and Working (Unpaid) Overtime
    May-11-07 San Francisco, CA "We're in a transition period, where a lot of companies assumed that they did not have to pay overtime and they're learning—sometimes the easy way and sometimes the hard way—that they do," states lawyer Cliff Palefsky over the phone from his law office in San Francisco. A member of the McGuinn, Hillsman and Palefsky law fir...
  • Printer Cartridges Expire before their Time
    Oct-26-06 Round Rock, TX Increasingly, inkjet and laser printers are a constant source of frustration for consumers. Companies such as Hewlett Packard (HP), Dell, Lexmark, Epson and Brother, just to name a few, are manufacturing their printers to shut down before the ink cartridge is empty. In other words, they make you throw away something for absolutely no reas...
  • Attorney Brian S. Kabateck On Technology Litigation and Righting Old Wrongs
    Apr-20-08 Los Angeles, CA: Brian S. Kabateck, founding partner of Kabateck Brown Kellner, LLP, specializes in consumer class action and mass torts. His client list includes the likes of Michael Jackson, Ed McMahon, José Conseco, and Lou Ferrigno. As we'll see, it also includes the victims of genocide from almost a century ago. LawyersandSettlements (LAS): You rec...
  • Volkswagen & Audi Dealerships Lawsuit News and Legal Information
    In the wake of the Volkswagen emissions test debacle and VW recall lawsuit s , independent dealers have filed VW lawsuits against the automaker. Volkswagen AG has admitted to evading clear air standards on 500,000 diesel VWs and Audis . Volkswagen advertised its Diesel cars with Type EA 189 engines, which are equipped with the fraudulent defeat devic...
  • Horas extra de los programadores de computación
    Los empleados de la industria software y tecnologías informáticas podrían tener derecho al pago de horas extra... La ley federal y las normas de la mayoría de los estados exigen el pago de horas extra para aquellos empleados que trabajan más de 40 horas por semana, a menos que estén dentro de una de las exce...
  • Bruce Willis/Demi Moore Chief Pilot Wins Jury Verdict of $53 Million
    Aug-5-07 Los Angels, CA: After a four week trial, a 12-person jury returned a total verdict of $63,915,000.00 in Los Angeles Superior Court finding that PrirvatAir Inc. had unlawfully discriminated against Captain Doyle Baker in using his age as a motivating factor in his termination. The jury also found that PrivatAir Inc. and the flight crew had defamed and inten...
  • Hollywood Presentation Seen as Key to Success with Jury
    Nov-28-07 When Michael Kelly takes on a case, he immediately starts thinking of how he might turn the case into a successful screenplay. Not because he wants to sell the movie rights, but because he feels that it is the most effective way to present a case to a jury. "Jurors want to resolve the conflict, they want the drama" says Kelly, "Determines what your most pow...
  • Interview with a Class Action Lawyer
    Feb-13-06 An interview with Michael Kelly, a lawyer specializing in class action lawsuits. What unique challenges does the legal profession face in terms of promotion and marketing? The legal profession has always been confused on how to advertise. Advertising is, for any profession, bringing the client to the professional, without making promises that you can't...
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