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  • Flowers Foods and its Drivers Settle for a Lotta Dough
    May-19-22 Portland, ME Flowers Foods has been given the green light by a U.S. District judge to settle a unpaid wages class action lawsuit with its current and former distributors in Maine to the tune of $23 million. No wonder the cost of bread has risen. It can’t be blamed solely on supply shortages. The settlements stems from a lawsuit filed in 2015 tha...
  • Activision Blizzard To Settle for $18 million in Discrimination Lawsuit
    Apr-30-22 Santa Monica, CA Activision Blizzard has agreed to pay $18 million to settle a workplace discrimination lawsuit  filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Workers employed by the video game giant after September 2016 and believe that they experienced harassment, discrimination or retaliation will be eligible to apply for a share of...
  • Two Brooklyn Health Care Agencies Settle Fraud Lawsuits
    Apr-28-22 Brooklyn, NY  Two Brooklyn Home Care Service agencies failed to cheat both the federal government and their health care aids and now they have to pay nearly $7 million in back wages and Medicaid payments following two settlement agreements with New York Attorney General Letitia James. In its news release (March 25, 2022), the Justice Department s...
  • Retired Judge Discusses Workers’ Compensation Claims
    Apr-19-22 Woodland Hills, CA Did you know that hypertension can be aggravated or accelerated by a work injury such as a herniated disc, which could mean you are eligible for Worker’s Compensation? And do you know how important it is to be represented by a qualified attorney rather than a hearing representative? “My advice is to get a real lawyer who care...
  • Uber's $8 Million Calif. Driver Misclassification Deal Gets Green Light
    Apr-11-22 San Francisco, CA A California federal judge has approved a deal for Uber to pay $8.4 million to settle misclassification claims  from more than 1,300 Golden State drivers that predates Proposition 22-- a new gig economy law enacted in 2020 that designated certain app-based drivers as independent contractors. Although the agreement does not go so...
  • More Hospital Overcharges Lawsuits against TeamHealth “Cartel”
    Apr-6-22 Baton Rouge, LA No sooner has TeamHealth settled a $15 million class action lawsuit brought by physicians than it’s slammed with another class action claiming inappropriate ER billing and systematic overcharges from its central billing office which is controlled in a “cartel-like manner”.  The Louisiana Municipal Risk Management...
  • $35M Walmart Wage Deal on the Shelf
    Mar-30-22 Los Angeles, CA A class action lawsuit filed almost four years ago claiming Walmart failed to provide employees with accurate wage statements almost reached a $35 million settlement: A California federal judge said Walmart has other California labor law violations not even alleged in the suit. U.S. District Judge André Birotte Jr. said the rele...
  • Investors Balk at Bayer with Roundup and Monsanto Class Action Lawsuit
    Mar-25-22 Santa Clara, CA A group of investors has balked at Bayer with a class action lawsuit claiming they were deceived about the link between Roundup and cancer and the Monsanto purchase that includes over 125,000 Roundup lawsuits. Investors are demanding about $2.5 billion from Bayer, reported Reuters in January. That amount covered lawsuits from ab...
  • Coca-Cola Bottler to Settle ERISA lawsuit for $3.5 Million
    Mar-21-22 Charlotte, NC Large independent bottler, Coca-Cola Consolidated Inc., has agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle a class-action breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit that could have involved thousands of plan participants. The ERISA lawsuit was originally brought in 2020 by two participants in the Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. 401k Plan. Cheyenne Jones v. Coc...
  • Two Lawsuits Filed Against Catholic Priests and Dioceses Under New Child Sex Abuse Law
    Mar-16-22 Baton Rouge, LA New child sexual abuse lawsuits alleging two Catholic priests sexually abused teens decades ago, along with coverup lawsuits against the Diocese of Baton Rouge and the Diocese of Alexandria in Louisiana, have been filed under a new law that temporarily eliminated the statute of limitations in childhood sexual abuse cases. Jessica Arbou...
  • Surgical Company and its Physician Owner Settle for $3 million Whistleblower Lawsuit
    Feb-27-22 Alpharetta, GA A federal whistleblower lawsuit  claiming that Dr. Jeffrey Gallups, the owner of Milton Hall Surgical Associates in Georgia, directed his physicians—one of whom blew the whistle-- to order unnecessary tests for their patients to defraud government health programs has reached a $3 million settlement. Gallups ordered the wrong d...
  • Bayer Done with Roundup Settlements
    Feb-25-22 Santa Clara, CA It all boils down to federal regulators. Bayer has asked for a petition for a writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court and the Supreme Court has asked the Solicitor General to weigh in. A favorable decision for Bayer means it could be exempt from Monsanto’s Roundup lawsuits based on federal regulators' approval of its glyp...
  • Another Sex Abuse Lawsuit Filed After University of Michigan’s $490 million Settlement
    Feb-22-22 Detroit, MI An elderly Michigan man has filed a federal lawsuit against the University of Michigan claiming he too was a victim of sexual abuse by the late university sports doctor Robert Anderson. His complaint comes just days after the university agreed on a settlement to end the biggest sex abuse scandal in the U.S. that involved approximately 1,...
  • ERISA Lawsuit Nets Nearly $9.4 Million for Plan Participants
    Feb-10-22 St. Paul, MN The U.S. Department of Labor has announced an agreement to settle Walsh v. Reliance Trust Co. that will restore nearly $9.4 million to participants in the Kurt Manufacturing Company Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). The ERISA lawsuit alleged that plan fiduciaries caused the ESOP to buy all the outstanding company stock for nearly $10...
  • Apple’s Off-the Clock Bag Search Results In $30 million Settlement
    Feb-9-22 Santa Clara, CA Apple workers were subjected to off-the-clock security bag searches from July 2009 until August 2015. It’s hard to imagine working six years for an employer that doesn’t trust its employees. According to the California wage and hour lawsuit , Apple said bag checks were necessary to ensure workers weren't leaving with stolen...
  • 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...
  • Bronson Healthcare to Settle Excessive Fee ERISA Lawsuit
    Dec-29-21 Kalamazoo, MI Bronson Healthcare and participants in the Bronson Healthcare Group, Inc. 403(b) Tax Sheltered Matching Plan have agreed in principle to settle a proposed class action ERISA lawsuit . The lawsuit focused on the fiduciaries’ decision to include the actively-managed Fidelity Freedom Fund in the plan’s investment portfolio. Details...
  • Unions and Musicians Poised to Settle Royalty Lawsuit for $8 Million
    Dec-28-21 Los Angeles, CA On November 8, the District Court for the Central District of California gave preliminary approval to a proposal that will end a 2018 lawsuit between studio musicians and their unions. Risto v. SAG-AFTRA highlights the difficulties that union and non-union artists face in collecting forms of compensation that are not protected under Ca...
  • University of Miami to Settle ERISA Lawsuit for $1.85 Million
    Dec-23-21 Miami, FL  On November 23, the University of Miami and participants in five of its retirement plans agreed to settle proposed class action ERISA lawsuit . The agreement provides for $1.85 million and structural safeguards to protect participants’ retirement savings in the future. The university and the plans' fiduciaries have agreed not t...
  • Intragastric Balloon Surgery Lawsuits Legal News and Lawsuit Information
    Intragastric balloon lawsuits are now taking shape after a dozen deaths were attributed to the recently-approved form of weight-loss surgery. As of June 2018, the Food and Drug Administration linked 12 deaths to the implantation of what appears to be a defective medical device. The most recent reports implicate the Orbera Intragastric Balloon, manufactur...
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