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  • $26 Million Georgia Medical Malpractice Award One of the Largest in the State
    Dec-26-17 Muscogee County, GA: In what is believed to be one of the largest awards to a patient for a Georgia medical malpractice lawsuit in the State, a brain-damaged plaintiff goes home with a total of $26 million after a Superior Court jury found St. Francis Hospital Inc. (St. Francis) 100 percent liable for the post-surgery injuries sustained by patient Sand...
  • $13M Wells Fargo Unpaid Breaks and Wages Class Action Lawsuit Settlement Reached
    Los Angeles, CA: A $13 million settlement has been reached between Wells Fargo and around 44,000 employees in California who filed an unpaid wages class action lawsuit. Specifically, the lawsuit alleges the bank failed to pay for hours worked off-the-clock, including both overtime and straight-time pay, and failed to provide meal and rest breaks. If...
  • Two Arguments to Watch in Physiomesh Bellwether Trials
    Dec-18-17 Atlanta, GA As the Ethicon Physiomesh hernia patch lawsuits start to go to trial in January 2018, all eyes will be on the fate of two competing arguments . Plaintiffs in the cases centralized as In RE: Ethicon Physiomesh Flexible Composite Hernia Mesh Products Liability Litigation will argue that the mesh was defectively designed. Defendants,...
  • Not Too Late for Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit
    Dec-14-17 Dallas, TX: The US Federal Drug Administration (FDA) first raised serious questions about the safety and effectiveness of transvaginal mesh implants in 2008. Much has happened since then -- studies and recalls and thousands of lawsuits. But women still suffer serious and painful pelvic mesh complications, which may take years to manifest. Accordi...
  • Pier 1 Employees Win $3.5M Settlement in Flex Shift Class Action Lawsuit
    San Francisco, CA: A preliminary $3.5 million settlement has been reached potentially ending a California labor law class action lawsuit pending against Pier 1 Imports. The lawsuit, filed by Lauren Mathein and Christine Sabas, alleged Pier 1 failed to reimburse the class for hours spent working without pay while checking in to find out if they had...
  • City of Philadelphia Moves to Settle Hundreds of Police Misconduct Lawsuits
    Dec-9-17 Philadelphia, PA: The Associated Press (AP 11/27/17) is reporting that the City of Philadelphia could be out millions of dollars as it moves to settle more than 300 police abuse lawsuits and other cases alleging misconduct on the part of police officers in the city and, specifically, members of a narcotics squad that resulted in at least two wrongful...
  • Healthcare Whistle Blower Awarded $351,000
    Dec-8-17 Tampa, FL: It did not take long for Kathleen Siwicki to notice something was very wrong in the Florida cardiologist’s office where she was working. Siwicki, an experienced Certified Cardiovascular Technologist, immediately began to see the services the doctor was providing did not match the billing statements he was submitting for payment. In Novemb...
  • T-Mobile Retailer Get Preliminary Approval of $1.1M Unpaid Overtime Settlement
    San Jose, CA: A proposed $1.1 million settlement has received preliminary approval, potentially ending an unpaid overtime class action lawsuit pending against T-Mobile retailer TCC Wireless, which operates nearly approximately 160 stores in several states, with 33 located in Illinois, where the class action was filed. The complaint was brought by...
  • $16M Settlement Reached in ADT Data Breach Class Action Lawsuit
    Santa Cruz, CA: A $16 million settlement has received preliminary approval potentially ending a data breach class action lawsuit pending against home security company ADT. According to the lawsuit, ADT was negligent in securing its customers’ data, leaving it vulnerable to hacking. This settlement resolves claims brought in five separate ADT...
  • $94M Settlement Reached in Celebrex Antitrust Class Action Lawsuit
    Richmond, VA: A $94 million settlement has been reached in an antitrust lawsuit between a class of direct purchases and Pfizer, potentially ending allegations that the pharmaceutical company used fraudulent patents to delay generic competition for its anti-inflammatory drug Celebrex. In August, a US district judge certified a class of 32 direct...
  • $5.4M Settlement Reached in California Labor Law Class Action
    San Francisco, CA: A $5.6 million settlement deal has been granted preliminary approval potentially ending a California labor law class action lawsuit alleging the staffing company Staffmark, failed to compensate its logistics workers for meal periods and overtime and failed to pay minimum wages. The lawsuit was filed by worker Earl Fronda against...
  • $28M Monitronics Robocall Class Action Settlement Reached
    Santa Cruz, CA: Monitronics has agreed to pay $28 million to settle a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action lawsuit alleging the company made automated telephone calls to phone numbers listed on the national Do Not Call Registry (DNCR) and to consumers who had not provided their consent. The settlement will address claims made in a...
  • Settlement Reached Dave & Buster’s Employee Class Action Lawsuit
    Dallas, TX: A $7.425 million settlement has been reached in an employment class action lawsuit pending against the Texas-based restaurant and entertainment chain Dave & Buster’s Inc. The lawsuit alleged the company illegally cut its workers’ hours to deprive them of health-care benefits. The two-year old lawsuit is brought by an employee who...
  • $1.6M Settlement Reached in Vitamix Unpaid Wage And Hour Class Action Lawsuit
    Santa Cruz, CA: A $1.6 million settlement has been reached in an unpaid wage and hour class action lawsuit brought by former sales representatives for Vitamix againt the blender manufacturer and employment agency Kelly Services Inc. Defendant Vita-Mix Corp, makes and markets high-end household and commercial blenders. The company employs sales pers...
  • Invokana Lawsuits Consolidated into MDL in New Jersey
    Nov-20-17 Trenton, NJ: The FDA warns of fracture risk with Invokana and Invokamet and more recently of a higher risk for foot and leg amputation. The lawsuit chickens have now come home to roost. As of November 7, 2017, 943 Invokana lawsuits had been filed in the US District Court for the District of New Jersey. These have now been consolidated into Invok...
  • California Startup Has Faced Three Class Action Lawsuits in its Young History
    Nov-20-17 San Francisco, CA: A shopping service that found favor with busy urban professionals but vilified by some of its service personnel is set to finalize a settlement worth $4.6 million in January 2018, reports the San Francisco Business Times (05/24/17). The class action California overtime lawsuit was brought by employees and independent contractors of...
  • Respected Consumer Advocate Public Citizen wants Benicar Banned
    Nov-18-17 Santa Cruz, CA: Prospective plaintiffs who did not make it into the $300 million Benicar settlement and concerned about the capacity for filing a Benicar lawsuit going forward will be cheered by the latest petition to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) by the consumer advocacy group Public Citizen. On November 15 the respected organizatio...
  • $247M Verdict for Plaintiffs In DePuy Pinnacle Hip Replacement Trial
    Nov-16-17 Dallas, TX: A $247 million verdict has been awarded against the maker of DePuy’s Pinnacle line of metal-on-metal hip implants, DePuy Orthopaedics Inc, and its parent company Johnson & Johnson (J&J), with $90 million in punitive damages against J&J and $78 million in punitive damages against DePuy. The settlement is the third, conse...
  • $247M Verdict Rendered In Bellwether DePuy Pinnacle Hip Replacement Trial
    Dallas, TX: A $247 million verdict has been awarded against the maker of DePuy’s Pinnacle line of metal-on-metal hip implants, DePuy Orthopaedics Inc, and its parent company Johnson & Johnson (J&J), with $90 million in punitive damages against J&J and $78 million in punitive damages against DePuy. The settlement is the third consec...
  • Family Awarded $7M in Prison Suicide Lawsuit
    Santa Cruz, CA: A $7 million settlement has been awarded to the family of a mentally ill woman who killed herself while incarcerated in a privately-owned prison in Delaware County. The first responder negligence lawsuit was made by the mother of the deceased. According to claims made by Janene Wallace’s mother, her daughter, aged 35, was all...
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