August 2012 - Class Action Blog Archive
Vaginal mesh lawsuits continue to mount as a new multidistrict litigation has been established for lawsuits filed against Colopast Corporation.
A federal class action lawsuit has been filed against The Weather Channel. The lawsuit claims that The Weather Channel repeatedly sent people spam text messages, despite being asked to stop
According to Virtual Strategy Magazine, the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) announced that they will be consolidating all of the Pradaxa suits to one federal court.
A recent whistleblower lawsuit filed against Takeda Pharmaceuticals has inflicted even more damage against the lawsuit-plagued Actos manufacturers.
In a landmark case, a jury has returned a $5.5 million verdict to plaintiff Christine Scott and her husband after a series of complications following a surgical implantation of the problematic Avaulta Plus transvaginal mesh.
According to figures acquired by the Philadelphia Inquirer, the popular blood thinner Pradaxa was the medication with the most reports of serious or fatal adverse drug reactions in 2011.
In an extremely important decision, Judge Michael Simon of the United States District Court for the District of Oregon ruled that a nationwide class action lawsuit alleging that Bank of America illegally force-placed flood insurance could continue.
Medical device manufacturer Stryker Orthopaedics has announced that it will recall two of its hip implant devices, the Rejuvenate and ABG II modular-neck hip stems.
A recent class action lawsuit filed in Lackawanna County alleges that First Community Bank and Trust purposefully rearranged the order in which it posted debit card transactions to charge consumers multiple, unwarranted overdraft fees.