Sony Settles Rootkit Class Action Lawsuit

Sony finally settles the class action lawsuit filed in California caused by their highly controversial decision to install a rootkit for DRM protection of their music CD’s [blog.taragana.com/index.php/archive/class-action-lawsuit-against-sony-bmg-for-drm-rootkit-pest-patrol-lists-sonys-rootkit-as-spyware] . If you are a Sony CD customer read the full details below to claim your rights.
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$225,000 Awarded in a Malpractice Lawsuit

Fakhoury and Ross Dumbadse of Fakhoury Chiropractic Clinic were ordered to pay a former patient Donna Kern $225,000 and attorney fees in a medical malpractice suit which alleges the doctor of negligence, saying they failed to order neurological exams or get the appropriate medical records before beginning a treatment plan.
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Northshore Mining Co. Agrees to Settle Gender Discrimination Class Action on $1.3 Million

A gender discrimination class-action lawsuit which was brought by present and former women employees of Northshore Mining Co. in U.S. District Court in December 1999 against the company, was agreed to be settled on $1.3 million.
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Class Action Loom Over Orange County Beary

The Fraternal Order of Police is expected to file a class-action lawsuit against Orange County Sheriff Kevin Beary over retiree health insurance benefits.

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iPod Battery Class Action Settlement in Its Last Stage

Atlast the iPod battery class action settlement has been made official.
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$1.8 Million Class Action Settlement Approved Against Hilton Corporation

The class action law suit between Hilton Corporation and guests who stayed in a mold-infested Waikiki building the hotel chain operated was settled for $1.8 million compensation against Hilton Corporation.
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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against SeraCare Life Sciences, Inc.

A class action law suit was filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California against SeraCare Life Sciences, Inc. (Nasdaq: SRLS) for violation of federal securities laws, Sections 10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10b-5.
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Guitar Center, Inc. Agreed to Pay $3.5 Million in Two Class Action Settlements

Two class action lawsuits against Guitar Center, Inc., in which plaintiffs alleged that the company improperly documented and enforced break-time and lunch-time periods for hourly retail store employees in the California and therefore violated California’s wage and hour law, was agreed to be settled for upto $3.5 million by the defendant.
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American Italian Pasta Co. in Several Class Action Lawsuit

U.S. District Judge Ortrie Smith has amalgamated different class action lawsuits which was filed on Aug. 9 against American Italian Pasta Co. and appointed three locals of the Iron Workers union as lead plaintiff in the case.

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Lemon Law Statutes And Firms in Wyoming

Here are summaries of lemon law statutes of state of Wyoming, i.e. which conditions are under this statute. Lemon Laws can be confusing and are open up to numerous interpretations. Consult with a consumer attorney for more information regarding these provisions. Here 2nd point defines after how many days out of servise it can be included in lemon law statute. In our previous article we have already discussed about Lemon Law
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