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Class Action Lawsuits

Class Action Lawsuits

Filed class action lawsuits seeking claimants. A class action lawsuit is when there is a large group of people who file a complaint against a defendant for similar grievances. The lawsuit is filed on behalf of everyone in the class, that class being a group of people who share similar circumstances, injuries and damages. For example, if there is a food illness class action lawsuit, all plaintiffs in the class would have had the same injury (e.g., salmonella) as a result of eating the same tainted food. A lawyer may file a class action lawsuit on behalf of all injured parties who are seeking compensation from the defendant.

  • Herley Industries, Inc. NASDAQ: HRLY securities fraud
    Herley Industries, Inc. NASDAQ: HRLY securities fraud
    June 16 2006

    Company: Herley Industries, Inc. Ticker Symbol: NASDAQ: HRLY Class Period: October 1, 2001 to June 14, 2006 Date Filed: Jun-16-06 Lead Plaintiff Deadline: Aug-14-06 Court: Eastern District, PA Allegations:...

  • InfoSonics Corp. AMEX: IFO securities
    InfoSonics Corp. AMEX: IFO securities
    June 15 2006

    Company: InfoSonics Corp. Ticker Symbol: AMEX: IFO Class Period: May 8, 2006 to June 12, 2006 Date Filed: Jun-13-06 Lead Plaintiff Deadline: Aug-10-06 Court: Southern District, CA Allegations:...

  • K. Hovnanian Southern NJ LLC HVAC construction
    K. Hovnanian Southern NJ LLC HVAC construction
    June 13 2006

    Developer K. Hovnanian Southern NJ LLC allegedly installed HVAC systems that violated construction code, according to a class action lawsuit filed in Superior Court in Gloucester County. The suit claims that the heating ventilation/air...

  • Insight Communications internet service
    Insight Communications internet service
    June 13 2006

    A class action lawsuit filed against Insight Communications states that its customers paid for a service they didn't receive when its high speed Internet crashed. Many people allegedly did not receive Insight's broadband service for weeks. The...

  • Kentucky Fried Chicken trans fat
    Kentucky Fried Chicken trans fat
    June 13 2006

    In a class action lawsuit filed in D.C. Superior Court, KFC is accused of using partially hydrogenated oil, a.k.a. trans fat in many of its foods. The lawsuit is asking that KFC discontinue using trans fats or at least post signs in its restaurants...

  • Williamson County, TX court appointed attorney
    Williamson County, TX court appointed attorney
    June 13 2006

    Williamson County has been accused in a class action lawsuit of denying indigent defendants facing criminal misdemeanor charges their right to a court-appointed attorney. The lawsuit alleges the county and judges who preside over three county courts...

  • Catholic Healthcare Partners unpaid overtime
    Catholic Healthcare Partners unpaid overtime
    June 13 2006

    A class action lawsuit claims Catholic Healthcare Partners underpaid employees for overtime and did not pay employees who worked through their lunch breaks. St. Rita's hospital, one of the hospitals staffed by Catholic Healthcare Partners...

  • L'Oreal Garnier Fructis false advertising
    L'Oreal Garnier Fructis false advertising
    June 13 2006

    A class action lawsuit against L'Oreal alleges the company falsely promoted Garnier Fructis hair products by misleading consumers that they strengthened hair. L'Oreal claims in both labeling and advertising, that its shampoos and conditioners make...

  • Bank of America Fiduciary Duties
    Bank of America Fiduciary Duties
    June 12 2006

    A class action lawsuit has been filed where plaintiffs claim that Bank of America, while acting as a Trustee, Executor, Guardian or other form of corporate fiduciary caused damages to beneficiaries by purchasing shares of the Bank's proprietary...

  • American Tax Relief Debt Fraud
    American Tax Relief Debt Fraud
    June 8 2006

    A class action lawsuit claims American Tax Relief pitched Internal Revenue Service settlement programs to its clients for hefty fees but they had no real chance of having debts reduced. Under the government's "offer-in-compromise" program, some...

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