Nov 20, 2014
Defective Medical Devices

Mixed Results Continue in Transvaginal Mesh Cases

It's been a mixed couple of weeks for transvaginal mesh lawsuits. While seven different manufacturers continue to face multidistrict litigations in West Virginia, there's been both good and bad news… More

Nov 13, 2014
Consumer Fraud

Applebee's 'Hidden Drink Prices' Lawsuit Gets Dismissed – As It Should Be

It's fair to say that class action lawsuits get their share of bad press. Some of the most common criticisms include allegations that they're frivolous, a waste of time… More

Nov 7, 2014
Newly Filed / Newly Settled

Is Herbalife a Pyramid Scheme? Investigation Continues

Herbalife Ltd., a multilevel marketing business that sells weight management products, agreed to pay $15 million last week to settle a class action lawsuit alleging it operated an illegal pyramid scheme.… More

Oct 30, 2014
Newly Filed / Newly Settled

Verizon Family Plan Overbilling Ends in $64 Million Settlement

Earlier this week, Verizon Communications, Inc. agreed to a $64.2 million settlement as part of a class action lawsuit over its alleged overbilling of Family SharePlan participants.… More

Oct 28, 2014
What You Need To Know

What Does 'FDA Approved' Mean?

It seems like hundreds of products are labeled "FDA approved," but what does this term actually mean? The FDA actually hasn't determined whether products must meet certain criteria… More

Oct 15, 2014
Dangerous Drugs

Pharma Advertising: The Good, The Bad, And Now It's Getting Ugly

In early 2014, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued proposed guidance for pharmaceutical companies who elect to use Twitter or paid search to promote their drugs… More

Oct 13, 2014
What You Need To Know

What's That You're Eating? Our New Guide to Natural Food Lawsuits

It's important to know what you're eating, and the growth of the natural and organic movements over the last few decades has made consumers more informed than ever.… More

Oct 13, 2014
What You Need To Know

Social Media and Government Access: Lawsuits Tackle Important Questions

As social media becomes an increasingly vital part of our lives, governments around the world are struggling to strike a balance between security and privacy.… More

Oct 13, 2014
Securities Law

Why the Shareholder Suing SeaWorld for Investment Fraud Has a Good Case

August is supposed to be a slow month on Wall Street. While many hedge fund managers and financial analysts head to the Hamptons, trading volume slows to a trickle… More

Oct 1, 2014
What You Need To Know

Where's It From? Manufacturers Face Suits for Deceptive 'Made In' Claims

Although consumers may not notice how much their perception is altered by country-of-origin labels, research shows that shoppers' purchases are largely affected by their beliefs about the countries where items are said to originate.… More

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