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Fake Sale Price Class Action Lawsuit Investigation

Who's Affected Have you purchased an item on sale at a California retailer only to find out that the item seems to always be on sale? You may be eligible to join a free class action lawsuit investigation. Class action lawyers are... Read More »


OneMain Hit With TCPA Class Action For Robocalls

An Indiana resident is suing OneMain Financial Services, claiming that its debt collection practices violate the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Plaintiff Michael M. filed the TCPA lawsuit claiming that in early August 2014 OneMain Financial used an automatic telephone dialing system to... Read More »

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Antitrust Class Action Against Quest Diagnostics Dismissed

On Nov. 25, an antitrust class action lawsuit against Quest Diagnostics was dismissed for the second time. In the original class action lawsuit filed in January, lead plaintiffs Colleen Eastman, Christi Cruz, and Carmen Mendez alleged that Quest Diagnostics has monopolized the market… Read More »

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Bair Hugger Inventor Says Device Poses Infection Risk

The Bair Hugger, a medical device used to warm patients during surgery, has been alleged to spread bacteria associated with hospital infections. Many of the allegations linking surgical site infections to forced-air warming were started by a surprising source — the inventor of... Read More »


FedEx Ground Wage & Hour Class Action Settlement

FedEx Ground Package System Inc. has agreed to pay $226.5 million in order to settle a class action lawsuit that claims the shipping company misclassified drivers as independent contractors rather than employees which deprived them of certain benefits. Seventeen pick-up and delivery drivers... Read More »

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New Home Loan Modification Rules Available to Help Homeowners

After the devastating recession of 2007 and 2008, unemployment was high and the housing market plummeted. This caused numerous homeowners to apply for loan modification programs in order to manage their loan payments and avoid foreclosure. Unfortunately a number of homeowners faced... Read More »

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FanDuel Hit with Class Action Alleging Deposit Bonus Scheme

Last week, another class action hit the daily fantasy sports (DFS) website FanDuel Inc. alleging that the company misleads consumers into buying into the program by promising to match their initial payment, but then uses a pay out structure so restrictive that… Read More »

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FACTA Requirements Put Power in Consumers’ Hands

Consumers seeking to keep their credit card information safe can enjoy a little enforcement power provided by a federal law known as FACTA. FACTA is the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003, a set of amendments to the federal Fair... Read More »

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Bleach Manufacturers Settle Antitrust Class Action Lawsuit

Three bleach manufacturers have agreed to pay $2.2 million in order to settle a putative class action lawsuit that alleges the companies worked together to artificially raise, fix, and maintain the price of bulk bleach in North Carolina and South Carolina. The… Read More »


Power Morcellation Lawsuits on the Rise

Hysterectomies and fibroid tumor removals are some of the most common gynecological procedures that women undergo today. Considered “minimally invasive,” these surgeries are often described to women as “routine” and rather ordinary. However, the use of power morcellators and the problems they have... Read More »


Several Plaintiffs Join in Single Xarelto Lawsuit

Fourteen different plaintiffs have joined in a single Xarelto lawsuit, alleging that Xarelto wrongfully caused their relatives’ deaths. The plaintiffs are the respective relatives of six different people who allegedly died after taking Xarelto. The plaintiffs all claim their relative’s deaths are due to... Read More »