March 2012 - Class Action Blog Archive
Widespread allegations of considerable defects in Portico decking have led to a classaction lawsuit against the manufacturer, Fiberon, LLC.
Due to widespread allegations that Oasis Composite Deck and Rail materials are prone to premature failure, a class action has been filed against the manufacturers, Ply Gem Holdings Inc., and Mastic Home Exteriors Inc. (formerly known as Alcoa Home Exteriors).
New research published in the Journal of Neurosurgery highlights potentially serious side effects of oral blood thinner Pradaxa (dabigatran).
Enterprise has been named in a lawsuit in Pennsylvania, which claims that the rental car giant illegally charged renters for damages to vehicles. Allegedly, the company was charging drivers both the repair cost plus the diminishment of value of the car if it was returned damaged.
A new study further illustrates the danger of some antipsychotic drugs in patients with dementia, publishing the increased risks of mortality associated with each one.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that it will change the labeling for multiple prescription drugs that reduce cholesterol. This class of drugs, called statins, has been shown in recent studies to lead to an increased risk of adverse brain effects such as confusion and memory loss, heart disease, and Type 2 diabetes.