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New Study Reveals Worth in Hiring Class Action Law Firms

New Study Reveals Worth in Hiring Class Action Law Firms Summary: A new study from a trio of professors has found that hiring major class action law firms to fight merger and acquisition transactions is worth the cost. New research shows that top class action law firms are worth hiring, according…>read more

No Comment October 16, 2014

If You Bought Red Bull in the Last Ten Years, Red Bull Owes You Money

If You Bought Red Bull in the Last Ten Years, Red Bull Owes You Money Summary: Pending final approval of a settlement, Red Bull will pay consumers $10 in cash or $15 in Red Bull products if they purchased Red Bull in the past ten years as retribution for alleged false advertising. Sadly, Red Bull…>read more

No Comment October 9, 2014

Federal Court Allows Class Action over Adobe’s Data Breach Move Forward

Federal Court Allows Class Action over Adobe’s Data Breach Move Forward Summary: Adobe fails to dismiss class action lawsuit over its 2013 data breach where the personal and credit card and debit card information of millions of customers had been compromised and hackers romped undetected for months within the company’s networks.…>read more

No Comment September 8, 2014

ExamSoft Sued By Bar Exam Takers!

ExamSoft Sued By Bar Exam Takers! Possibly it was inevitable that someone was going to sue ExamSoft following its software glitch that prevented a huge number of bar exam candidates from uploading the written portions of their tests for grading at the first go. Tense candidates…>read more

No Comment August 7, 2014

Miami Judge Rejects “Piggybacking” Discrimination Lawsuit Against Wal-Mart

Miami Judge Rejects “Piggybacking” Discrimination Lawsuit Against Wal-Mart A Miami federal judge has rejected a discrimination lawsuit by women employees against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. The judge says that the women employees were “improperly ‘piggybacking’ on a national class action that was rejected by the U.S. Supreme Court. An…>read more

1 Comment September 25, 2013

Judge Finds Abercrombie & Fitch’s Hollister Stores Guilty of Discrimination

Judge Finds Abercrombie & Fitch’s Hollister Stores Guilty of Discrimination Abercrombie & Fitch was found by a judge to have failed in providing adequate facilities for the disabled, and will be forced to renovate hundreds of stores. The ruling stated that 250 Abercrombie & Fitch and subsidiary Hollister stores do…>read more

No Comment May 23, 2013

“Muscle Building Shoe” Class Action Lawsuit Settled

“Muscle Building Shoe” Class Action Lawsuit Settled Though it may come as no surprise that a specific type of shoes will not, in fact, lead to weight loss, consumers who were led to believe otherwise just won a victory. A federal judge approved a $40 million class…>read more

No Comment May 14, 2013

Court Finds Warehouse Operator Coerced Employees into Signing Favorable Statements

Court Finds Warehouse Operator Coerced Employees into Signing Favorable Statements U.S. District Judge Christina Snyder ruled this week in a class action that a Southern California warehouse operator had used coercive and misleading tactics when interviewing employees on working conditions. The court found that attorneys representing the Wal-Mart contractor Schneider…>read more

No Comment March 30, 2013

Class-Action Status Granted to AIG Shareholders

Class-Action Status Granted to AIG Shareholders A federal judge awarded class-action status to two groups of American Group Inc shareholders on Monday, according to Reuters. The status was granted in the $25 billion lawsuit by former Chief Executive Maurice Greenberg regarding losses caused by the bailout…>read more

No Comment March 12, 2013

Facebook’s $9.5 mln Class-action Settlement has No Money for Class Members

Facebook’s $9.5 mln Class-action Settlement has No Money for Class Members In spite of loud objections from at least six judges, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the approval of a $9.5 million settlement by Facebook where class members would receive no money. The 9th Circuit has 28…>read more

No Comment February 27, 2013

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