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WASHINGTON, D.C. (Legal Newsline) - A defense contractor has agreed to pay a $4.63 million settlement after allegations that they were overcharging for labor hours charged for independent contractors at military Continental U.S. Replacement Centers (CRC), announced the Department of Justice.
LOS ANGELES (Legal Newsline) - A Los Angeles county man is suing his employer over claims of lost wages and compensation while dutifully employed by the company.
Animal rights group claims the grocer is not following its advertised five-step animal welfare rating system.
The plaintiff in the class action claims the constant calls were a violation of her privacy and federal law.
A Massachusetts woman is suing Blue Buffalo, alleging the company's pet food did, in fact, contain byproducts and preservatives.
Plaintiff in class action claims Tri-Union and Thai Union Group used men and boys who have been trafficked from nearby countries.
The lawsuit, filed in New York federal court, claims hackers had access to Excellus Health Plan and Lifetime Healthcare's data systems for nearly two years.
A Colorado man has filed a class action lawsuit against Natural Grocers for allegedly failing to safeguard his credit and debit card information.
Attorney General Maura Healey presented the Federal Regulatory Commission with a letter asking for a full review.
Man claims the restaurant franchise sent him multiple advertisements via text messages without his permission, in violation of federal law.