Blog Posts in February, 2014

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  • Bank of America Garnishment Fees May Constitute Breach of Contract
    Bank of America Garnishment Fees May Constitute Breach of Contract

    The consumer attorneys at Golomb & Honik are currently investigating claims from Bank of America account holders in Pennsylvania and other states who may have been victims of breach of contract via ...

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  • Banks Settle with Attorney Generals for $13.5M for Deceptive Credit Card Practices
    Banks Settle with Attorney Generals for $13.5M for Deceptive Credit Card Practices

    Philadelphia-based class action law firm Golomb & Honik, P.C. has announced that JPMorgan Chase and Discover Financial Services have agreed to pay $13.5 million in a settlement to the states of New ...

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  • Consumer Attorneys Investigating Claims of Energy Company 'Slamming'
    Consumer Attorneys Investigating Claims of Energy Company 'Slamming'

    The Philadelphia-based consumer rights attorneys at Golomb & Honik are currently investigating cases in which certain energy supply companies have enrolled customers for electricity generation supply ...

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  • Recent da Vinci Recall Addresses Faulty Instrument Arms as Robotic Surgical Device Lawsuits Mount
    Recent da Vinci Recall Addresses Faulty Instrument Arms as Robotic Surgical Device Lawsuits Mount

    Already facing mounting lawsuits related to its da Vinci Surgical System, Intuitive Surgical recently initiated a voluntary recall to repair or replace faulty instrument arms on certain robot-assisted ...

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  • Ford Windstar Axle Defect
    Ford Windstar Axle Defect

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Nationwide By May 2010, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration had received over 200 complaints from Ford Windstar owners citing rear axles that ...

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