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Cert. Sought in Goya Drink Labeling Class Action Lawsuit

Three plaintiffs have filed a motion in federal court to certify a Class of Goya drink consumers anticipated to number in the tens of thousands who have allegedly been deceived by the company’s labeling. The Goya drink labeling class action lawsuit, which… Read More »


Zofran Birth Defects Lawsuit Alleges Off-Label Marketing

The parents of a child born with birth defects filed a Zofran birth defects lawsuit against drug giant GlaxoSmithKline, alleging the company's drug caused their child's birth defects. Plaintiffs Kayce H. and Josh H. of Northport, Alabama filed the lawsuit in October... Read More »


Xarelto Bleeding Lawsuit Filed by Georgia Man

A Georgia resident has filed a Xarelto lawsuit against Janssen Research & Development, a subsidiary of pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson. The plaintiff, Addis J., began taking Xarelto in 2013, as prescribed by his physician as an anticoagulant or blood thinner. Addis' Xarelto... Read More »


Pradaxa Bleeding Leads to Wrongful Death Lawsuits

Within two years of being on the U.S. market, blood thinner Pradaxa has been named in hundreds of hemorrhage related deaths, leading to numerous wrongful death lawsuits. Initially, Pradaxa was marketed as an improved anticoagulant thought to replace the traditional Warfarin (Coumadin).... Read More »


Jardiance Diabetes Medication Use Associated with Health Risks

Jardiance (empagliflozin) is one of several newer diabetes medications on the market in a class known as SGLT-2 Inhibitors. Jardiance is manufactured by Boehringer Ingelheim and was approved in 2014. This new class of SGLT-2 inhibitor diabetes drugs has several medications currently... Read More »

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Punitive Damages Hinge on Appeal in Risperdal Lawsuits

Plaintiffs in some 1,500 Risperdal lawsuits are awaiting the outcome of an appeal that could determine whether they may seek punitive damages against defendant Johnson & Johnson. In October 2015, Judge Arnold New of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas determined that... Read More »


Texas Teen Suffers Painful SJS Symptoms from Antibiotics

As reported by the Times Record News of Wichita Falls, Texas, a teenage girl has suffered a rare and painful reaction to antibiotics known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome. According to the article, Shanelle L. thought she had pinkeye at first. Her mother initially... Read More »


Testosterone Lawsuit: Depo-Testosterone Caused Man’s Heart Attack

An Arizona man alleges the heart attack he suffered in August 2012 was caused by  Depo-Testosterone, which he had been using for seven months. Plaintiff Robert W. filed the testosterone side effects lawsuit against Pfizer Inc., the maker of Depo-Testosterone. Robert’s testosterone... Read More »

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Mortgage Lender Faces $1.6M Home Loan Modification Fine

The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has issued mortgage lender Residential Credit Solutions a $1.6 million dollar fine over allegations that the company failed to help homeowners with home loan modifications. According to the CFPB, Residential Credit Solutions essentially prevented homeowners from... Read More »

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Ovarian Cancer Risk a Concern with Talc Baby Powder Use

For many years the risks of developing ovarian cancer from baby powder or talcum powder use were largely unknown by consumers. But most recently these risks have come into light in the form of several baby powder lawsuits against companies like Johnson &... Read More »


Jimmy Choo Hit With FACTA Class Action

A class action lawsuit was filed against luxury shoe designer Jimmy Choo, alleging that the company violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA). The lawsuit, filed in Florida, alleges the company printed more than the last five numbers of customers’... Read More »