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Fox Settles Employee Classification Lawsuit

Media giant Fox has agreed to pay a settlement to resolve a class action employee classification lawsuit which alleges the company misclassified their interns. The class action employee classification lawsuit was brought forward by former… Read More

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Tenn. Morgue Puts Construction Crew at Mesothelioma Risk Due to Asbestos Exposure

In a recent Tennessee news report, an old morgue in Memphis was found to contain asbestos, putting the construction workers remodeling the morgue at mesothelioma risk due to asbestos exposure. According to the news story, during recent construction… Read More

Essure Injuries

Essure Birth Control Injuries Require Hysterectomy, Plaintiffs Say

Bayer is facing a massive collective lawsuit filed by thirty women who say their Essure birth control injuries require hysterectomy or surgical removal of the controversial permanent birth control device. One plaintiff, Theresa W. of… Read More

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Does Risperdal Cause Gynecomastia in Boys?

Risperdal (risperidone) is produced by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, owned by Johnson & Johnson. It’s an atypical antipsychotic medication designed to treat a variety of conditions including autism, bipolar disorder, dementia, schizophrenia, and Tourette’s Syndrome. However, Risperdal… Read More

HSBC overdraft fee practices under scrutiny

HSBC Overdraft Fees May Be Unfair

Banks such as HSBC have long been accused of ripping off customers with the high charges they impose for minor account problems. Yet, despite new federal regulations and consumer lawsuits aimed at HSBC deceptive overdraft fee… Read More