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Ethicon Hit With Another Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit

A woman from North Carolina has joined thousands of others alleging unacceptable complications associated with their transvaginal mesh implant. Plaintiff Wanda C. says that in June 2011 she was implanted with a TVT-Obturator sling manufactured by defendant Ethicon Inc. She is now… Read More »

TD Bank Penny Arcade class action

Second TD Bank Class Action Filed over Coin-Counting Machines

TD Bank has been hit with a second proposed class action lawsuit alleging its Penny Arcade coin counting machines have been short-changing customers. Plaintiff Regina C. Filannino-Restifo claims that the coin-counting machines TD Bank offers for use by both bank customers and the general… Read More »

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Daiichi Tries to Shut Down Benicar Lawsuits

Drug manufacturer Daiichi Sankyo Inc. has tried to challenge some of the Benicar lawsuits it faces, claiming that patients may be misinterpreting symptoms, but a New Jersey federal judge has declined these efforts. Despite Daiichi’s argument to throw out the Benicar lawsuits,… Read More »

Westlake TCPA settlement

Westlake Financial Services TCPA Class Action Settlement

A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit alleging Westlake Services LLC d/b/a Westlake Financial Services used an automatic telephone dialing system and/or a prerecorded or artificial voice to call cell phones without the prior express consent of the… Read More »

Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority

Penn. Transit Authority Class Action Alleges FCRA Violations

A potential class action alleges that the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) when the agency did not provide proper notification to job seekers that they would use credit checks during the application process. Lead plaintiff Frank… Read More »


Home Depot Data Breach Class Action Settlement

The Home Depot Inc. has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit with consumers whose email or payment card information was stolen as a result of a data breach. If you used a credit or debit card at a self-checkout lane in a… Read More »


Eliquis Bleeding Risk Disregarded in Study Used for FDA Approval

Eliquis is the newest addition in the recent series of new generation anticoagulants, meant to compete directly with America’s original blood thinner warfarin. Approved in the early 1960s, patients only had the option of being prescribed warfarin or face the increased risk… Read More »

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Potbelly Class Action Says Sandwich Website is not ADA Compliant

A class action lawsuit accuses Potbelly Sandwich Works LLC, owner of a chain of sandwich restaurants, of not making its website available to blind people, in violation of anti-discrimination laws. “Defendant is denying blind individuals throughout the United States equal access to… Read More »


Biomet Lawsuit Alleges Hip Replacement Surgery Complications

Biomet Inc. is facing a new hip replacement surgery lawsuit from a Pennsylvania woman, who alleges major injuries from the company’s M2a Magnum metal on metal hip replacement. After undergoing hip replacement surgery in January 2008, Plaintiff Sandra S. reportedly developed metal… Read More »