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Judge Recommends Certification for Cargo Price-Fixing Class

On Oct. 15, a New York federal magistrate recommended class certification for a cargo price-fixing multidistrict litigation, alleging since the early 2000s, multiple airlines conspired together to raise the price of transporting cargo worldwide. The… Read More »

AndroGel Lawsuit Alleges Wrongful Death

The makers of AndroGel, Axiron, and Fortessa are facing another lawsuit alleging that their testosterone drugs are dangerous. Plaintiff Kelly Marshall, the administratrix for deceased Roy Marshall, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against AbbVie... Read More »

Centralization Sought for Hospital Data Breach Class Action Lawsuits

Plaintiffs from the largest of many Community Health Systems hospital data breach class action lawsuits are seeking centralization of the cases, according to a recent motion sent to the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation…. Read More »

Hepatitis C Drug Incivek Linked To Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Incivek, a drug used to treat Hepatitis C, can cause a potentially fatal skin reaction known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome when taken in combination with other medications. In fact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration... Read More »

Court Urged to Certify Papa John’s Delivery Tax Class Action Lawsuit

Last week, plaintiffs accusing Papa John’s International of unfairly charging them a tax on delivery fees filed to certify their proposed Class with the federal court. Lead plaintiff Bruce Schojan initially filed the class action… Read More »


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