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  • Have You Taken Doxy DR or Glyburide? If So, You Might Have Overpaid

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 23-Dec-2016

    Amid significant twists and turns, an investigation regarding generic drug prices took an unexpected turn in early December as six pharmaceutical companies were accused by state attorneys general of price fixing schemes. Because a staggering 80 percent or more of all prescriptions are generic drugs, the issue is extremely grave. Generic drug companies originally sought to save consumers money on ...
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  • 1-800 Contacts in Focus for Unfair Competition and Raising Prices

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 22-Dec-2016

    Over the past few years, 1-800 Contact has filed no fewer than 15 lawsuits against its online competitors, claiming violations of competitive keyword advertising practices—while historically engaging in the same practices it sought to suppress. Among the 15 lawsuits, in which 1-800 contacts claimed other online sellers of contact lenses engaged in competitive keyword advertising, thereby ...
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  • Defective Crossbows Causing Injuries

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 6-Dec-2016

    Barnett Outdoors, LLC is the largest manufacturer of crossbows in the United States. Barnett is currently facing several lawsuits brought by hunters who had severe thumb or finger injuries after using Barnett hunting crossbows that lacked thumb guards. Several models of Barnett crossbows lacked thumb-guards including the Jackel, Penetrator, Wildcat C5, and Buck Commander. Barnett has been found ...
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  • Improperly Marked Up Broker Price Opinion (BPO) Fees

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 15-Nov-2016

    Contact Us For a Free Consultation: (215) 278-4449 A Broker Price Opinion or BPO is a report performed by a real estate broker usually on behalf of a bank or mortgage holder to determine the approximate value or potential sales price of a real estate property. BPOs are often used as a tool by a mortgage holder to value property it holds an interest in after a borrower is late with a payment or ...
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  • Judge Approves $15 Settlement to End Adderall Class Action

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 14-Nov-2016

    Last week, a Florida federal judge approved a settlement of nearly $15 million to end a consumer class action lawsuit against Shire US Inc., who is accused of paying rival drugmakers to delay selling cheaper versions of ADD drug Adderall. This matter has been contentiously litigated over the past three years. The case dates back to April 2013, when consumers in Pennsylvania and Florida first ...
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