January 2012 - Class Action Blog Archive
An Illinois man has filed a lawsuit against manufacturers Eli Lilly and Company and Takeda Pharmaceuticals, joining over one hundred people who have alleged a link between Actos and bladder cancer.
A new study from Sweden shows that the use of certain antidepressants during pregnancy could greatly increase the risk of persistent pulmonary hypertension (PPH) in newborns.
Electrolux dryers are dangerously vulnerable to catching fire, according to complaints, consumer reports, and recent lawsuits.
Air filters and air intake systems which were sold by Spectre Performance do not live up to their advertised claims, according to a federal court.
Novartis has announced that it is recalling some of its drugs after the FDA discovered a manufacturing problem that could lead to drug mix-ups.
A group of property owners are claiming that a prominent wood-siding manufacturer committed consumer fraud by failing to honor its warranty obligations.
According to consumer testimonies, BP organic shingles may not be as durable or as high of quality as they were marketed. Allegedly, some shingles manufactured by Building Products (BP) of Canada Corp. have performed poorly, with some failing within just two years of installation.