Another lawsuit has been filed against a group of pharma companies and distributors that claims their allegedly deceptive marketing of opioids has resulted in ER physicians being paid little to no compensation for providing opioid-related treatment.
A proposed class action claims Big Picture Loans, LLC, Ascension Technologies, LLC, and two individuals have devised a payday lending scheme by which they exploit the tribal immunity of a Native American tribe to evade state usury laws.
A proposed class action claims 14 pharmaceutical companies' and wholesale distributors' allegedly deceptive marketing of opioids has led to what public health officials are calling 'the worse drug crisis in American history.'
Another proposed class action has been filed against Big Picture Loans, LLC, Ascension Technologies, Inc. and an individual who controls the businesses over allegations that the defendants operate an illegal payday lending scheme.
A proposed class action claims Ford Motor Company equipped its F-series diesel engine trucks with a 'defeat device' designed to cheat emissions tests.
A proposed class action recently transferred to Ohio federal court claims the makers and distributors of prescription opioid drugs marketed their products for chronic use and “turned patients into drug addicts."
A proposed class action has been filed against Big Picture Loans, LLC and two others over claims that the defendants operate an illegal payday loan scheme disguised as a Native American lending business for the purposes of evading state usury laws.
Five Pennsylvania hospitals have sued Lancaster General Health alleging the medical center submitted fraudulent claims to the state’s Extraordinary Expense Program (EE) and misdirected millions of dollars to itself.
A proposed class action claims Western Union has since at least 2004 allowed its customers to fall victim to wire transfer fraud and, in some cases, helped facilitate fraudulent activity.
A proposed class action claims Kabbage, Inc. engages in an illegal 'rent-a-bank' scheme in which it hides behind Celtic Bank Corporation to evade California usury laws and charge small businesses an excessive amount of interest on short-term loans.