April 2012 - Class Action Blog Archive
Bayer has announced that the giant pharmaceutical manufacturer has paid out $142 million in the first round of Yasmin lawsuits.
The anticoagulant drug Pradaxa (dabigatran) saw its sales continue to climb as adverse bleeding events continue to pile up.
Almost two dozen trailer manufacturers have reached a tentative settlement for victims that were exposed to a dangerous chemical present in many FEMA travel trailers provided after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
BP, formerly known as British Petroleum, has reached a settlement for the thousands of lawsuits filed due to damages resulting from the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Two popular prescription drugs, Propecia and Proscar, will see additions to their labels warning patients of potential sexual dysfunction side effects that last beyond discontinuation of the drugs.
A California judge has indicated that he will certify a class action lawsuit against J-M Manufacturing Co. Inc. for falsely claiming that its polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipes had passed certain industry tests.
Global Payments announced recently that a possible 1.5 million credit card numbers may have been stolen in a significant breach.
Consumers who purchased Shaw flooring have reported serious problems with the product, including cracking, curling, peeling, popping, moisture problems, chipping, blistering, bubbling, buckling and delamination.
Anderson Windows, Inc. is under fire after allegations that its 400 Series Tilt Wash vinyl clad windows experience structural problems that can cause serious damage.