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  • Omnicare, Inc. Nursing Home Drugs Whistleblower Settlement
    Chicago, IL: (Jun-18-07) The Inspector General of the United States Department of Health and Human Services recognized a significant whistleblower action against the nationwide pharmacy Omnicare, Inc. The suit alleged that Omnicare, the nation's largest pharmacy for nursing homes, switched drugs to garner huge profits by evading federal and state price lim...
  • Merrill Lynch, ING Bank, and Banca Monte Parma SPA Parmalat Bankruptcy Protection Settlement
    Talk to a local bankruptcy lawyer right away! Washington, DC: (Jun-18-07) Parmalat SPA filed suit against Merrill Lynch, ING Bank, and Italy's Banca Monte Parma SPA, related to the dairy group's 2003 failure. The dairy company, which emerged from bankruptcy protection in 2005, reached settlements with the three financial institutions making that a c...
  • San Antonio, TX Fire Pole Personal Injury Settlement
    San Antonio, TX: (Jun-18-07) Grace Estrada filed a personal injury lawsuit against the city and its fire station, after a firefighter told her to jump on his back and slide down the station's pole. Estrada fell and sustained several injuries. Four women, including Estrada, were at a late-night party at Fire Station 10 in 2004, when the incident occurred. D...
  • David Richwhite and Midavia Rail Investments Ltd. Tranz Rail Insider Trading Settlement
    Wellington, New Zealand: (Jun-18-07) The New Zealand Securities Commission brought insider trading charges against David Richwhite, one of New Zealand's richest men and one of his companies, Midavia Rail Investments Ltd. The suit alleged that shares in the Tranz Rail railway company were sold in 2002 when Richwhite and Midavia, as director and shareholder,...
  • PPL Electric Utilities Tariff Settlement
    Pittsburgh, PA: (Jun-18-07) A recent settlement reached with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) holds promise of a revision that would decrease electric bill rates for businesses, though residential customers would see a hike. Industrial and commercial customers of PPL Electric Utilities filed an appeal with a Commonwealth Court, contending t...
  • Atlanta, GA Doctor Monitoring Wrongful Death Settlement
    Atlanta, GA: (Jun-18-07) The family of Sarah Elizabeth Crider of Cobb County, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the state, after the 14-year-old died on February 13, 2006 at Georgia Regional Hospital, Atlanta from a severe intestinal blockage. The suit alleged that the seventh-grader vomited several times, but a doctor called to her bedside apparently...
  • JAMM Realty Corp. Developer Zoning Dispute Settlement
    Cherry Hill, NJ: (Jun-17-07) Cherry Hill residents Gregory Bruno, Anne Einhorn, and Patricia Talcott filed suit against JAMM Realty Corp., a Central Jersey developer, over capital improvements to the township's 19 public schools. The suit sought to overturn a use variance the board granted the developer in 2006. The variance let the company build a maximum...
  • Beaulieu Group, LLC IRS Tax Return Fraud Settlement
    Rome, GA: (Jun-17-07) The Internal Revenue Service filed charges against Beaulieu Group, LLC, of Dalton, GA, alleging that the company filed a false tax return. After a long winded and complex investigation, Beaulieu pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return, and, as part of a global settlement agreed to pay over $32 million as a result of its wrongdoing...
  • Stephen and Cynthia Ford Oil and Gas Companies Environmental Violations Fine
    Pittsburgh, PA: (Jun-17-07) The Department of Environmental Protection filed an environmental damage lawsuit against Stephen and Cynthia Ford, owners of oil and gas companies, alleging that their companies violated state environmental regulations for more than a decade. The investigations revealed that the companies, Synd Enterprises and Vertical Resources...
  • Palo Alto, CA Friends of Westwind Employee Wages Settlement
    Palo Alto, CA: (Jun-17-07) Two former employees filed suit against Friends of Westwind, a city-owned horse stable in Los Altos Hills, alleging that they were not paid for all the hours they worked. They claimed that apart from not being paid, they were forced to live in substandard conditions in a barn. Despite its idyllic location in the hills over Silico...
  • John Messina John Lennon Video Tape Copyright Settlement
    Middlesex County, MA: (Jun-17-07) World Wide Video LLC filed suit against John Messina, after he took private footage tapes of John Lennon in March 2000, and failed to return them after several requests. The lawsuit filed by the company in Middlesex County Superior Court in Massachusetts, alleged that World Wide Video partner Robert Grenier claimed to have...
  • Broward, FL Wrongful Imprisonment Settlement
    Broward, FL: (Jun-16-07) Three men, Carl Stephen Rosati, Peter Roussonicolos, and Peter Dallas, filed a civil rights violation lawsuit against the Broward Sheriff's Office after they were jailed for 16 months and two of them faced the death penalty for a murder they did not commit. Rosati, Roussonicolos, and Dallas filed the suit in 1993 against the Sherif...
  • Beacon, NY Police Brutality Settlement
    Beacon, NY: (Jun-16-07) Gerald McNair filed a civil lawsuit against the city of Beacon claiming he was beaten and pepper sprayed by Beacon police officers without justification. The suit, listing the city and Officers Christian Alencastro and Richard Sassi Jr. as defendants, alleged that McNair was pepper sprayed and beaten with a police baton during a tra...
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison Vice Chancellor Unfair Treatment Settlement
    Madison, WI: (Jun-16-07) Paul Barrows, former University of Wisconsin-Madison vice chancellor, filed a series of lawsuits against the university, after he was asked to resign, claiming he was unfairly treated by the college. Chancellor John Wiley told Barrows to resign in November 2004 after learning of his relationship with a 40-year-old graduate student...
  • Louisiana State University Basketball Coach Contract Settlement
    Baton Rouge, LA: (Jun-16-07) Pokey Chatman, a former women's basketball coach at the Louisiana State University (LSU), filed charges against the varsity after it sought to terminate her contract, alleging that she engaged in improper conduct with former players. LSU claimed that Chatman allegedly participated in sexual relationships with former, but no cur...
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory Hexavalent Chromium Groundwater Contamination Penalty
    Los Alamos, NM: (Jun-17-07) The New Mexico Environment Department brought charges against Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), alleging violations in reporting chromium contamination in groundwater monitoring. The suit claimed that an investigation revealed that there were violations of the laboratory's hazardous waste permit at its facility. A notice of...
  • Five Star Parking Fees Settlement
    San Francisco, CA: (Jun-16-07) The city of San Francisco filed a lawsuit against Five Star Parking, a private company that manages a 1,100 space garage in San Francisco's Financial District, alleging that its workers stole parking fees. A city commissioned report revealed that the San Francisco Parking Authority suffered from problems throughout the agency...
  • Accutane Bowel Disease Settlement
    Newark, NJ: (Jun-19-07) Andrew McCarrell, 36, filed a lawsuit against the makers of Accutane, Roche, after undergoing multiple surgeries, including having his colon removed, after taking the drug in 1995. A New Jersey Superior Court jury recently awarded over $2.5 million to the Alabama man who claimed that the company's acne drug caused his inflammatory b...
  • Melbourne Mills Jr., Shirley Cunningham Jr., and William Gallion Fen-Phen Lawyer Fraud Settlement
    Lexington, KY: (Jun-14-07) A federal lawsuit was filed against Melbourne Mills Jr., Shirley Cunningham Jr., and William Gallion, three Lexington lawyers already found in a civil suit to have defrauded clients in Kentucky's $200 million Fen-Phen settlement. The suit claimed that the three had indulged in fraud, and a federal grand jury in Covington demanded...
  • American Mold Guard, Inc. Pesticide Sample EPA Violation Penalty
    Los Angeles, CA: (Jun-14-07) The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), charged American Mold Guard, Inc., a San Juan Capistrano, CA mold prevention company, for allegedly violating federal pesticide laws. The EPA conducted an investigation that revealed that the company, had been repackaging AMG-X40, a registered pesticide, into 2 oz. containers, and d...
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