Class Action Lawsuit Blog
Home DNA test kits pulled from shelves after an FDA warning letter questions the science behind the results.
In June, U.S. District Judge William Pauley III ruled that two former interns with the Fox Searchlight production company were owed compensation for unpaid wages.
Hundreds of women in Australia have joined a federal class action lawsuit alleging that they incurred painful injuries after undergoing surgery with Johnson & Johnson’s tension-free vaginal tape (TVT) and transvaginal mesh products (TVM).
Ten former National Hockey League (NHL) players filed a class action lawsuit in Washington, D.C. on Friday, alleging that the NHL failed to adequately warn and protect its players from sport-related concussions.
The outcomes of C. R. Bard’s transvaginal mesh bellwether trials have been difficult to predict.
Employees of large corporations have the right to sue for violations of wage and hour law, such as the failure to pay overtime wages or compensation for all hours worked.
In 2011, FedEx was accused of applying a $2.75 residential delivery surcharge to packages delivered to non-residential address, such as government offices and businesses.
The Louisiana Attorney General’s Office has filed a lawsuit alleging that pharmaceutical giant Pfizer mislead regulators and the public about the efficiency of Zoloft, a popular anti-depressant.
In November, Scotland’s Prime Minister of Health and Well Being, Alex Neil, ordered National Health Services (NHS) officials to rewrite consent forms given to women prior to transvaginal mesh (TVM) surgery; however, it appears that his order was already established four years ago by the Public Services Ombudsman (PSO) – and NHS hospitals failed to comply.