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Settlement with Jets cheerleaders could affect rest of NFL

The Jets, who paid more than $150 million to players for the 2015 season, agreed to pay their cheerleaders $324,000 in back wages. The cheerleaders alleged they were not paid for practices and were required to work "off-the-clock" at home.

New Jersey solicits outside counsel, becomes fourth state to sue Volkswagen

Citing violations that fall under the federal Air Pollution Control Act and the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, the State of New Jersey recently filed suit against Volkswagen, alleging that the German automaker is in violation of state and federal clean air laws due to the excess diesel emissions of its vehicles.

FDA action led to Cheerios gluten-free class action

Reports to the federal Food and Drug Administration have led to consumers who purchased Cheerios labeled as "gluten-free" filing class action lawsuits.

Expect more data breach litigation in 2016

According to various reports, incidences of data breaches and their corresponding litigation are rising by 25 to 30 percent every year.

Attorney: Mass. AG pushing equal pay argument with demands for payroll records

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has issued an unprecedented wave of requests for payroll records across the Commonwealth to possibly bolster the argument for new legislation that could lead to equal pay class action lawsuits.