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Sarepta Therapeutics sued for alleged securities law violations

By Rich Rezler | Dec 8, 2014

A class-action lawsuit was filed against pharmaceutical company Sarepta Therapeutics on Wednesday in U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, alleging securities law violations.

Class action lawsuit accuses TD Ameritrade of self-interested order routing

By Rich Rezler | Dec 5, 2014

A class-action lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in New Jersey alleges that online broker TD Ameritrade routed orders in a manner that maximized liquidity rebates for the company rather than optimized execution for clients.

Community college district agrees to pay $4 million for alleged false claims

By Rich Rezler | Dec 4, 2014

The largest community college district in the United States has agreed to pay $4.08 million to resolve allegations that it submitted false claims to secure state and national grants, the U.S. Department of Justice announced on Monday.

Former employee claims Florida school district blackballed her, violating whistleblower and false claims laws

By Rich Rezler | Dec 3, 2014

A former Collier County Public Schools employee claimed in a lawsuit filed on Friday that she was blackballed by the Florida school district after filing a complaint about misappropriation of federal and state funds.

CannaPharmaRX founder claims company guilty of corporate wrongdoing, wrongful termination

By Rich Rezler | Dec 2, 2014

The founder and former chief operating officer of a cannabis-based pharmaceutical company filed suit against the company and its board of directors for wrongful termination on Wednesday.

Additional class-action suit filed against Takata, automakers over air bag recall

By Rich Rezler | Dec 2, 2014

A Florida man and a Florida law firm filed the latest in a growing list of class-action lawsuits against Japanese auto supplier Takata on Nov. 25 over customer claims of lost vehicle value connected to recent airbag recalls.

Suit claims manipulative drink prices at T.G.I. Friday

By Rich Rezler | Nov 25, 2014

A New Jersey man has sued the new owners of the restaurant chain T.G.I. Friday’s Inc., claiming the establishment did not print drink prices on menus so customers would not be aware of excessive prices.

Complaint claims Arrowhead Research Corporation misled investors on effectiveness of hepatitis B drug

By Rich Rezler | Nov 25, 2014

A Maryland man has filed a complaint against a California biopharmaceutical company for allegedly misleading shareholders about its earning potentials and products.

Fantasy sports website FanDuel accused of misleading advertising

By Rich Rezler | Nov 25, 2014

A Florida man is suing a fantasy sports website for allegedly misleading consumers by falsely saying it would match a new member's initial deposit of up to $200.

New Whey Nutrition accused of fraudulent products in class-action suit

By Rich Rezler | Nov 21, 2014

A civil class-action lawsuit claims that New Whey Nutrition LLC fraudulently bulked up its Multi-Pro Whey product with a cheaper product that passes tests for protein content but is not actually whey protein.

Franchisees file RICO class-action suit against AAMCO

By Rich Rezler | Nov 21, 2014

Two former AAMCO Transmissions Inc. franchise owners have filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of other franchisees, claiming the company, its affiliates and corporate representatives fraudulently induced them to purchase a franchise or continue to operate a franchise.

Class action lawsuit claims debt collector revealed personal information

By Rich Rezler | Nov 20, 2014

Professional Claims Bureau, Inc. is the defendant in a class action lawsuit claiming it violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by revealing debtor information.

Union local files verified shareholder derivative complaint against Impax Laboratories

By Rich Rezler | Nov 19, 2014

The local chapter of an engineers union has filed a verified shareholder derivative complaint for breach of fiduciary duty against Impax Labarotories, Inc., its board of directors and current and former members of its executive team.

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