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  • “More and More Women Coming Forward,” says Attorney for USC Sex Abuse Plaintiffs
    Jul-2-18 Los Angeles, CA: “We have filed a sexual abuse lawsuit on behalf of several women who were examined by Dr. George Tyndall, the former gynecologist at the University of Southern California,” says attorney Susan Owen, with the law firm of Owen, Patterson and Owen, LLP. “They were young women when they saw this sexual predator for their f...
  • Wells Fargo to Pay $97M to Commissioned Brokers for Rest Breaks
    May-21-18 Los Angeles, CA: A Wells Fargo mortgage broker last year filed a wage and hour lawsuit alleging the bank failed to provide rest breaks, among other violations. The bank said it owed employees $25 million, but last week a federal judge agreed with its bankers and consultants: the money they were entitled to for unpaid rest breaks should be based on their...
  • “The Public Must Pressure Johnson & Johnson to List all their Talcum Powder Ingredients", says Attorney
    Mar-31-18 Austin, TX: By now, most everyone following the talcum powder lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson know the company is accused of failure to warn consumers about ovarian cancer risks. What they likely don’t know is that J&J isn’t required to disclose all the ingredients in their talc recipe. Attorney Mark Mueller urges the public to...
  • Kellogg's Settles Unpaid Overtime Class Action for $16.8M
    Washington, DC: A $16.8 million settlement has been reached in an unpaid overtime class action lawsuit pending against Kellogg's Co. If the preliminary settlement receives final approval it will end four years of litigation. According to the original lawsuit, filed by Patricia Thomas, Kellogg's deprived territory managers and retail store repres...
  • $10M Settlement Proposed in Uber Gender And Race Discrimination Class Action
    San Francisco, CA: A $10 million settlement has been agreed between Uber and plaintiffs in a discrimination class action lawsuit who alleged the ride share company did not pay its female software engineers and engineers of colour equitably compared with their male and white or Asian American peers. The lawsuit was filed by Ingrid Avendaño, Roxa...
  • Big Banks Don’t appear to be Getting the Message over Excessive Banking Fees
    Mar-19-18 Manhattan, NY: When the 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals returned an excessive bank overdraft fees lawsuit to the originating lower US District Court for the District of Manhattan for further proceedings – thus reviving the proposed class action lawsuit – the defendant in the case was told its overdraft fee rules were ambiguous, amongst othe...
  • $45M Settlement Reached in Family Dollar Store Employment Discrimination Class Action Lawsuit
    Charleston, NC: A $45 million settlement has been finalized ending an employment discrimination class action lawsuit brought by 37,000 former and current female managers for Family Dollar Store Inc. The plaintiffs alleged that Family Dollar Store paid them less than their male counterparts. The lawsuit was brought 15 years ago. Under the terms of...
  • California Labor Lawsuit Expected to Settle for $2 Million
    Mar-14-18 Los Angeles, CA: A California unpaid wages lawsuit that was originally filed in August, 2014 at Los Angeles before removal a year later to the US District Court for the Central District of California, may settle for $2 million if an agreement on the part of all parties in the class action meet with Court and judicial approval. The lawsuit, which all...
  • Settlement Reached in Orbit Car Seat Class Action Lawsuit
    San Francisco, CA: A settlement has been reached in a consumer fraud class action lawsuit against Orbit Baby, Inc, which alleges deceptive marketing practices on the parts of Orbit Baby, Inc. and The ERGO Baby Carrier, Inc. The lawsuit was filed by named plaintiff Jordana Lee Kopin, who represents all members of the class. The lawsuit claims that t...
  • $1.51B Deal Agreed in Syngenta GMO Corn Seed MDL
    Santa Cruz, CA: A $1.51 billion settlement has been agreed between Syngenta AG and a nationwide class of plaintiffs who allege the chemical company should have delayed the release of its genetically modified corn seed until Chinese authorities, who represent a major corn market for US farmers, approved importing the GMO corn. The settlement deal f...
  • Price Chopper Employees Get $6.5M Settlement Approved
    Boston, MA: A $6.5 million settlement has received court approval ending an unpaid overtime class action lawsuit pending against Price Chopper and Market 32 supermarkets. The lawsuit was filed in 2014 by a woman in Massachusetts who alleged the company unlawfully classified her and other department managers as team leaders exempt from federal overti...
  • Unwanted Text Messages Results in $3.5 Million Settlement
    Mar-6-18 Minneapolis, MN: It was just over a year ago that convenience retail giant SuperAmerica settled a TCPA lawsuit brought by a plaintiff representing a proposed class of similarly-affected litigants 175,000 strong. At issue were unwanted solicitations in the form of text messages that plaintiffs claimed were illegal under the Telephone Consumer Protection...
  • A New Way for Unum Lawsuit Plaintiffs to Fight Biased Medical Review
    Mar-5-18 Washington, DC: Unum lawsuits frequently claim the insurance behemoth relies on unfair, inadequate or biased medical review to deny long term disability benefits. If and when the case goes to trial, courts tend to defer to whatever the plan administrator decided. A plaintiff could get depressed. New DOL rules may change that, however, because th...
  • Attorney is Hopeful Current Opioid Litigation will Pave the Way for Individual Opioid Lawsuits
    Mar-3-18 Dallas, TX: "With all these opioid lawsuits filed against big Pharma, manufacturers, distributors and pharmacy chains, we are hopeful that a treasure trove of discovery will be uncovered to help individuals," says attorney Shezad Malik. "This teacher, this fireman, so many people wouldn't have fallen into the opioid trap if these drugs weren't pushed...
  • Takata Settles with 44 States. No Dough, Though
    Mar-1-18 Washington, DC Takata airbag failures have already killed 22 people and injured nearly 200 more. The ensuing lawsuits and recalls affect nearly 13 percent of registered vehicles in the United States (and as many as a third of the cars on the road in Australia). It was the largest automotive recall in history, and it drove the company into bankruptcy...
  • Tristar Power Pressure Cooker Class Action Settlement
    Philadelphia, PA A proposed class action settlement has been preliminarily approved potentially ending allegations against Tristar Products, Inc. ("Defendant") that certain models of its pressure cookers are defective. According to the lawsuit, certain models of Tristar pressure cookers may have defects including, 1) suddenly releasing steam whi...
  • MoneyLion Predatory Lending Class Action Reaches Settlement
    Richmond, VA: 3,800 plaintiffs in a consumer financial fraud class action lawsuit will receive refunds and debt forgiveness, following the announcement of a settlement with the defendant, MoneyLion of Virginia LLC. The class action complaint alleged predatory lending practices by the defendant. According to attorneys for the class, MoneyLion offe...
  • Plaintiff Settles with Bank of America Corp. NA at the Eleventh Hour
    Feb-16-18 Los Angeles, CA: A California labor lawsuit alleging wrongful dismissal and defamation was quietly settled earlier this week at the 11th hour after a jury had awarded damages to the plaintiff, but had yet to settle on punitive damages. While having awarded punitive damages in the case on Tuesday February 13, 2018, the jury recessed for the day with...
  • Tentative Settlement Reached in Zimmer NexGen Knee-Implant MDL
    Feb-15-18 Los Angeles, CA: Zimmer, the maker of NexGen knee replacements and the defendant in a defective products multi-district litigation (MDL) has reached a preliminary settlement with the plaintiffs in the longstanding MDL. If approved, the settlement will end seven years of litigation, during which some 300 plaintiffs alleged the engineering changes tha...
  • California Woman Slams J&J, Ethicon with 7-Count Physiomesh Lawsuit
    Feb-15-18 Los Angeles, CA: The Johnson & Johnson Ethicon surgical mesh lawsuits just keep on coming. On January 19, 2018, Sharon Smith filed a new Hernia Mesh lawsuit in the US District Court for the Central District of California. In 2012, her surgeon repaired her hernia with an Ethicon Physiomesh Flexible Composite Mesh implant; it didn't heal well...
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