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  • Kubota Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over Defective Vehicles
    Kubota Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over Defective Vehicles

    Environmentally friendly vehicle wiring with a soy- and/or bio-based coating may be too tempting for rodents to resist. A new class-action lawsuit demands that the Kubota Tractor Corporation pick up ...

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  • Credit card holders' Lawsuit Over Disability Insurance Revived
    Credit card holders' Lawsuit Over Disability Insurance Revived

    (Reuters) - A federal appeals court has revived a proposed class action by New York credit card holders accusing several insurance companies of selling them disability policies endorsed by the late ...

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  • Can Whistleblowers in Pa. Now Win Noneconomic Damages?
    Can Whistleblowers in Pa. Now Win Noneconomic Damages?

    On Tuesday, March 27, 2018, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court made a forceful unanimous ruling regarding damages in whistleblower cases. Whistleblowers who were fired or retaliated against for reporting ...

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  • Drugmakers Agree to $300M Settlement in MDL Over Hypertension Medication Benicar
    Drugmakers Agree to $300M Settlement in MDL Over Hypertension Medication Benicar

    Drugmakers Daiichi Sankyo and Forest Laboratories have agreed to a $300 million settlement of multidistrict litigation by users of hypertension drug Benicar who linked their cases of severe diarrhea ...

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  • Hernia Cases Move Forward with MDL
    Hernia Cases Move Forward with MDL

    Hernia mesh issues across the United States are quickly gaining steam. While hernia mesh has not yet reached the level of lawsuits and injuries associated with transvaginal mesh, litigation against ...

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  • Wells Fargo Faces Lawsuit for Preying on Minorities
    Wells Fargo Faces Lawsuit for Preying on Minorities

    In early May, the U.S. Supreme Court allowed a lawsuit against banking giant, Wells Fargo, to proceed. The lawsuit was brought by the city of Miami, alleging Wells Fargo engaged in discriminatory ...

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