The Texas Supreme Court upheld and reversed part of a lawsuit involving millions of dollars allegedly being taken from the First United Pentecostal Church of Beaumont by Leigh Parker, an attorney with Lamb Law Firm PC, after the church entrusted the money to the firm for safekeeping.
A Mobile, Ala., man, who appealed an order to abide by a funeral home’s arbitration clause, has to accept the contract terms he originally agreed to after a dispute arising from the alleged mishandling of his wife’s cremation, the state's high court ruled last month.
Consumers have filed a class action lawsuit against LuLaRoe LLC, LLR Inc. and the company's founders, DeAnne Brady and Mark Stidham, citing alleged breach of warranty, design defect and product liability.
An individual has filed a class action lawsuit against an Arizona corporation, Insys Therapeutics Inc., and its officers, Santosh J. Vetticaden and Darryl S. Baker, citing an alleged violation of federal securities law.
The Federal Trade Commission has charged Scott Cooper and his companies, World Patent Marketing Inc. and Desa Industries Inc., with deceiving consumers and suppressing complaints through the threat of criminal prosecution.
In her decision last month, Judge Tanya S. Chutkan for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia refused to side with plaintiff Delaware Riverkeeper Network. DRN sued the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission over allegations that the commission’s review process is “constitutionally deficient.”
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld a state Court of Appeals decision that a fraudulent employment application does not preclude a person from being considered an employee under the Kansas Workers Compensation Act.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit recently upheld a lower court’s ruling to dismiss an individual claim brought by a U.S. Postal Service worker, saying the case was already subsumed in another pending class action administrative complaint.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced that DaVita Inc., a national outpatient kidney-dialysis chain, will divest ownership interest in seven clinics in order to complete its $358 million acquisition of competitor Renal Ventures Management LLC.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced it has charged a group of online marketers with allegations of deceptively luring consumers into unknowingly paying for cooking gadgets, golf equipment and access to related online subscription services.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey recently announced that Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc. will pay $22 million after allegations it was involved in facilitating unfair, high-rate auto loans for thousands of car buyers in the state.