Nike+ FuelBand Class Action Settlement

A false advertisement class action lawsuit was filed against Nike Inc. and Apple Inc., alleging these companies violated consumer protection laws and warranty obligations by making misleading statements about their Nike+ FuelBand products. Plaintiff Caroline Levin filed this Nike+ FuelBand false advertisement... Read More »

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24 Hour Fitness TCPA Lawsuit Filed in Federal Court

A new Telephone Consumer Protection Act lawsuit was recently filed against 24 Hour Fitness and Does 1-10. The TCPA lawsuit alleges that the defendants participated in unlawful harassment in connection with collecting an alleged consumer debt. The 24 Hour Fitness lawsuit was... Read More »

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P&G Smeared with Class Action Lawsuit over Tide Pods

Last week, a class action lawsuit was filed against the Procter & Gamble Co. alleging design defects in Tide Pods, the company’s individually packaged laundry soap, cause permanent stains on white clothing. Lead plaintiffs Lisa Guariglia, Micheline Byrne and Michele Emanuele allege… Read More »

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Railroad Employee Rights: What You Need To Know

Working for a railroad is a dangerous job that requires a railroad employee to work with machinery, equipment, chemicals in a wide variety of locations, in all kinds of weather 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Fortunately, Congress passed a law to... Read More »

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Bair Hugger Study: Device Causes Serious Infection Risks

Studies confirm that the 3M Bair Hugger forced-air warmer blanket circulates contaminated air, which may place joint replacement patients at serious risk for hospital infections. The Bair Hugger warming system is commonly used during hip replacement and knee replacement surgery as a... Read More »

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Nexium Antitrust Class Action Settlement

Teva and Dr. Reddy's have reached a class action settlement with direct purchasers and end-payers who charged the generic drug makers with engaging in a pay-for-delay deal to keep generic versions of Nexium off the market, in violation of antitrust laws. If you purchased Nexium... Read More »

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Mother Sues Unum for Withholding Son’s Life Insurance

California plaintiff Tracy M. is suing Unum Life Insurance Company for allegedly withholding the money owed to her from her son's life insurance policy. After her son's untimely death, Unum had allegedly denied her his life insurance benefits, claiming that his death... Read More »

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Cymbalta Withdrawal Lawsuits Claim Manufacturer Hid Risks

A growing number of Cymbalta lawsuits claim that drug manufacturer Eli Lilly intentionally hid the risk of withdrawal side effects including painful “brain zaps” from consumers while marketing and promoting the antidepressant. Cymbalta is a widely prescribed treatment for depression, anxiety disorders... Read More »

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Dilantin SJS Linked with Genetic Variant

Dilantin, also known by its generic name phenytoin, is popular anti-epileptic medication manufactured by Pfizer Inc. It is commonly prescribed to treat epilepsy and manage seizure disorders. While some patients have found great success with this anticonvulsant, many others have experienced negative... Read More »

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Syngenta MDL Notices to Conform Approved

An order approving new notices to conform to master complaints, regarding a Syngenta MDL, was filed on June 3, stating plaintiffs could file lawsuits into different subgroups as it applies. Each complaint will be a “Master Complaint” and fall into three categories. Syngenta... Read More »

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Onglyza May Be Linked to Thyroid Cancer, Studies Suggest

A new and popular medication for diabetes is part of a class of medicines that may be linked to an increased risk of thyroid cancer. The medicationOnglyza, also known by its generic name saxagliptin, is made by pharmaceutical manufacturer Bristol-Myers Squibb. The drug... Read More »

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