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CVS Unpaid Overtime Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

CVS Pharmacy has agreed to pay $2.35 million to settle a wage and hour class action lawsuit alleging that the company did not pay pharmacists for overtime. The CVS wage and hour class action lawsuit alleges that CVS pharmacists within California’s Region... Read More »

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Risperdal Side Effects Data Allegedly Hidden By Janssen

Risperdal (risperidone) is an anti-psychotic drug manufactured by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a Johnson & Johnson company.  This drug was FDA-approved for children in 2006 to treat symptoms of autism and bipolar disorder. Since its approval, hundreds of Risperdal lawsuits have been filed against... Read More »

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Swarovski ZIP Code Class Action Settlement

A settlement has been reached in a Swarovski ZIP code class action lawsuit, and if you are a Class Member then you may be entitled to compensation. According to the Swarovski class action lawsuit, the jewelry company was accused of allegedly requesting and... Read More »

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Appellate Court Reverses Decision in Asbestos Cancer Lawsuit

An asbestos lung cancer widow receives a favorable ruling after a Kentucky appeals court reversed a decision made in a lower court. The appellate court found that plaintiff Thelma A., along with her now deceased husband Kenneth, showed enough evidence to prove that... Read More »


Atrial Fibrillation Patient Files Xarelto Bleeding Lawsuit

An atrial fibrillation patient filed a Xarelto bleeding lawsuit, alleging the drug caused dangerous gastrointestinal bleeding. Plaintiff Lloyd E. says he started taking Xarelto in May 2014 on his doctor’s advice as a treatment for atrial fibrillation and coronary artery disease. A... Read More »


Alabama Woman’s Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit Joins MDL

An Alabama woman has joined many other women in the vaginal mesh multidistrict litigation (MDL) against Ethicon Inc. and Johnson & Johnson. There are more than 70,000 vaginal mesh lawsuits that have been filed, and a little more than a third of those are... Read More »


California Court Sends Cymbalta Lawsuits to Indiana

Nearly 70 federal Cymbalta lawsuits are moving from a federal court in California to one in Indiana, while other claims brought by California plaintiffs will stay in their current courts. U.S. District Judge Kimberly Mueller transferred the non-California claims out of state... Read More »

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FDA Calls For Zoloft Label To Include Heart Defect Risks

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is strongly urging Pfizer to update the label on its antidepressant Zoloft to reflect findings of increased heart defects in babies whose mothers took the drug early in their pregnancies. However, the drug maker, which is... Read More »

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Hip Implant Lawsuit Claims Biomet Concealed Known Defects

A hip implant lawsuit has been filed against Biomet Inc., alleging that the hip manufacturer actively concealed known defects while aggressively marketing the medical device. Plaintiff Abigail C. of Washington claims Biomet misrepresented their metal-on-metal hip implant as safe and effective, contradicting... Read More »

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Flushable Wipes Blamed For Pricey Sewer System Clean-Up

While they may seem innocuous, flushable wipes in fact cause considerable damage in pipes and sewer systems. As it turns out, many of these flushable wipes and some other products labeled “flushable” don’t break down after flushing – at least not as readily as... Read More »

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FACTA Protections Help Keep Consumer Information Safe

Consumers concerned about the easy transferability of their credit information can enjoy some protection stemming from FACTA, or the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act of 2003. FACTA is a set of amendments to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, enacted to keep... Read More »