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Chevron, Western Nuclear settle allegations related to uranium mine waste on Navajo land

SAN FRANCISCO (Legal Newsline) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Feb. 9 that Chevron U.S.A. Inc. and Western Nuclear Inc. have settled in separate agreements over allegations related to uranium mine waste at the Mariano Lake and Ruby Mines on the Navajo Nation.

Nebraska alleges Stabl Inc. has not paid more than $1 million in penalties

OMAHA, Neb. (Legal Newsline) – A Nebraska corporation is alleged to have not paid penalties to the state for environmental violations and instead fraudulently transferred assets.

CitiMortgage, Safeguard Properties accused of charging for unnecessary inspections

CHICAGO (Legal Newsline) – An Illinois homeowner has filed a class action lawsuit against a mortgage service provider and its vendor over allegations he was subjected to unreasonable and unnecessary property inspections.

Pension funds allege Stericycle's fraudulent practices harmed them

CHICAGO (Legal Newsline) – Two pension funds allege they suffered damages because of a company's fraudulent practices.

Consumer board releases Project Catalyst innovation report

TOPEKA, Kan. (Legal Newsline) — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently announced a report highlighting various market developments that have the potential to produce benefits for consumers.

CFPB details $11 million in supervisory actions for thousands of consumers in recent report

WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced Oct. 31 a Supervisory Highlights report that shows how the agency’s recent supervisory actions have returned more than $11 million to more than 225,000 consumers allegedly harmed by college loan servicers.

Clinton email contractor Platte River Networks says it acted only as a broker

DENVER (Legal Newsline) — Platte River Networks, email contractor for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, has never managed information any more than a car salesman fixes cars.

Bank of America, Merrill Lynch et al allegedly conspired to violate antitrust law

NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) — Employees with a welfare and pension fund and all others similarly situated have filed a class-action lawsuit against several businesses for alleged conspiracy and violation of antitrust laws.

Washington D.C. attorney general warns consumers of potential DMV-related 'phishing' scams

WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) — Washington D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine has announced, according to the District’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), that D.C. residents are being targeted by an alleged “phishing” scam.  

Hillary lawyer had trouble with email while working for Bill

WASHINGTON – Cheryl Mills, personal counsel to presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former deputy counsel to President Bill Clinton, bore a judge’s blame for a bad search of email at the White House in 1998. 

CFPB announces leadership changes within the Bureau

WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced leadership changes within the agency, including new employees at the following positions – associate director for supervision, enforcement, and fair lending; principal deputy general counsel; and deputy chief operating officer.

Stockholder accuses TiVo corporate officers of misrepresentation

SAN JOSE — An Ohio woman is suing TiVo and and its corporate directors, alleging negligent misrepresentations and omissions.

Ex-pro wrestler alleges WWE failed to pay royalties

Woodstock, Georgia resident accuses World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. of failure to pay royaltiesHARTFORD U.S.

New York consumer accuses data storage providers of overcharging

NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) — A New York consumer is suing data storage providers, alleging deceptive and misleading business practices.

Simmons is big Koster contributor; Firm led class against Bridgeton landfill owner alongside AG

John Simmons of Alton, who made more than $1 million suing a business that Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster sued at the same time, has contributed $275,000 to Koster’s campaign for governor.

Hall of Fame Game ticket holders accuse NFL of contract breach

AKRON — Hall of Fame Game ticket holders are suing the National Football League, alleging breach of contract in canceling the game. 

Consumer accuses vitamin supplement manufacturer of deceptive marketing

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A Florida woman is suing a vitamin supplement manufacturer, alleging unqualified representation.

Two workers allege employers owe wages

PITTSBURGH — Two Pennsylvania men are suing their employers, alleging violation of their settlement agreement. 

California consumer accuses health care provider of telephone harassment

LOS ANGELES — A California woman is suing a health care provider, alleging telephone harassment.

King County homeowners accuse shingles manufacturer of breaching warranty

SEATTLE — Two King County homeowners are suing a building materials manufacturer, alleging fraud and misrepresentation.