Blog Posts in November, 2016

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  • Improperly Marked Up Broker Price Opinion (BPO) Fees
    Improperly Marked Up Broker Price Opinion (BPO) Fees

    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 ...

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  • Judge Approves $15 Settlement to End Adderall Class Action
    Judge Approves $15 Settlement to End Adderall Class Action

    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 ...

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  • Bank of America Accused of Gouging Ex-Inmates with Card Fees
    Bank of America Accused of Gouging Ex-Inmates with Card Fees

    Attorney Richard Golomb of Philadelphia class action law firm Golomb & Honik, P.C. is lead counsel for a proposed class of thousands of former Arizona inmates accusing Bank of America of charging ...

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  • Deceptive Business Practices in Reverse Mortgage Loans
    Deceptive Business Practices in Reverse Mortgage Loans

    A reverse mortgage loan, also known as a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM), is a type of loan which enables older homeowners (62 or older) to withdraw some of the equity in their home. Unlike a ...

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  • Credit Card Servicer Hit with Class Action Lawsuit for Deceptive Practices
    Credit Card Servicer Hit with Class Action Lawsuit for Deceptive Practices

    CardConnect Corp, a credit card service provider, is now facing a class action lawsuit in Pennsylvania federal court accusing the company of improperly concealing charges that they later imposed on ...

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  • J & J Ordered to Pay $70M Verdict in Third Lost Trial
    J & J Ordered to Pay $70M Verdict in Third Lost Trial

    Johnson & Johnson has lost its third straight trial alleging that its talcum powder products can cause ovarian cancer. After only three hours of deliberations, a St. Louis jury returned a verdict of ...

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