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More Lawsuits Filed against Ashley Madison

More Lawsuits Filed against Ashley Madison Summary: Several lawsuits have now been filed in the United States in the wake of the Ashley Madison hacking. Following Canada’s recent lawsuits against Ashley Madison, a dating website that proudly encourages married individuals to “have an affair,” eight people…>read more

No Comment August 26, 2015

$578 Million Lawsuit Filed against Ashley Madison after Leak

$578 Million Lawsuit Filed against Ashley Madison after Leak Summary: A $578 million lawsuit has been filed by two Canadian law firms after hackers revealed personal information related to Ashley Madison, a dating site for married individuals seeking an affair. Ashley Madison’s slogan is “Life is short. Have an…>read more

No Comment August 24, 2015

Class Certification Critical in Uber Case

Class Certification Critical in Uber Case Summary: A case against Uber that seeks to change their worker statuses from independent contractors to employees will largely depend on whether class certification is granted. On Thursday, U.S. District Judge Edward Chen of the Northern District of California stated…>read more

No Comment August 7, 2015

ATM Fee Case Revived Against Visa, MasterCard

ATM Fee Case Revived Against Visa, MasterCard Summary: A case that was previously dismissed against Visa and MasterCard has been revived. The complaint alleges that the companies conspired to keep ATM fees high. On Tuesday, a federal appeals court in Washington revived antitrust cases that alleges Visa…>read more

No Comment August 5, 2015

Locke Lord Inherited Problem Case from Edwards Wildman

Locke Lord Inherited Problem Case from Edwards Wildman Summary: Two former Edwards Wildman Palmer lawyers mishandled a case that was supposed to be a class-action that Locke Lord has been left to deal with. Locke Lord has been removed from a federal pyramid scheme case. The firm inherited…>read more

No Comment July 30, 2015

Nike Settles Class Action Against Their FuelBand

Nike Settles Class Action Against Their FuelBand Summary: Nike apparently missed the mark with their wearable fitness tracker and has agreed to pay purchasers of the FuelBand a partial refund. Nike Inc. and Apple Inc. will settle a class-action lawsuit for falsely representing the capabilities of the…>read more

No Comment July 29, 2015

Family of Smoker That Died from Lung Cancer Gets $10.5 Million

Family of Smoker That Died from Lung Cancer Gets $10.5 Million Summary: Three tobacco companies have been ordered to pay $3 million each for their role in the death of a smoker from lung cancer. A Florida jury awarded the family of smoker Glodine McCoy $10.5 million to be paid by…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2015

NCAA Must Pay $46 Million in Class Action Antitrust Suit

NCAA Must Pay $46 Million in Class Action Antitrust Suit Summary: A federal judge has ordered that millions must be paid to compensate student athletes in a NCAA lawsuit. On Monday, a federal judge ordered the NCAA to pay close to $46 million in attorneys’ fees and costs to attorneys…>read more

No Comment July 15, 2015

U.S Supreme Court to Review Use of Statistics in Class Actions

U.S Supreme Court to Review Use of Statistics in Class Actions Summary: With class actions filed in courts throughout the United States frequently, the ability to use members of the class without injury and average statistics will be a big factor for future cases. The U.S. Supreme Court will take on…>read more

No Comment July 14, 2015

Beck’s Beer Loses False Advertising Suit, Beer Actually Brewed in the U.S.

Beck’s Beer Loses False Advertising Suit, Beer Actually Brewed in the U.S. Summary: Anheuser-Busch must pay up for allegedly leading its consumers to believe that Beck’s beer was brewed in Germany, when it was actually brewed in the United States. Law.com reports that a group of South Florida law firms have won an…>read more

No Comment July 1, 2015

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