Deadbeat Dads Lose Class Action Settlement Money

Deadbeat dads lose their class action settlement money over jailhouse strip searches in which nearly 300 people were awarded more than $450,000.

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Oral Arguments in The Matter of Khulumani Versus Barclays Begins in USA

Oral arguments in the matter of Khulumani versus Barclays which is based on law principles of liability and on the Alien Tort Claims Act, which grants US courts jurisdiction over certain violations of international law, were to begin in the US, according to the announcement of Jubilee South Africa.
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Circulation-Inflation Class Action Against Hollinger International Inc. in Final Settlement

Hollinger International Inc. announced that it has reached a final settlement in a class action lawsuit over inflated circulation numbers, brought by advertisers incorporate prior terms disclosed Sept. 16 and provide for $7.7 million in cash payments and $7.3 million in free advertising or discounts.
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United Auto Workers And Freightliner in Class Action Loom

A federal class-action racketeering lawsuit was filed by five workers against the United Auto Workers and Freightliner, an Oregon-based truck manufacturer, alleging that union officials and company managers agreed to wage and benefit cuts at nonunion plants in North Carolina in 2002 in exchange for valuable company assistance in organizing those workers.
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United Auto Workers And Freightliner in Class Action Loom

A federal class-action racketeering lawsuit was filed by five workers against the United Auto Workers and Freightliner, an Oregon-based truck manufacturer, alleging that union officials and company managers agreed to wage and benefit cuts at nonunion plants in North Carolina in 2002 in exchange for valuable company assistance in organizing those workers.
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Aerosonic Corp. Settles A Class Action Lawsuit for $5.4-Million

Aerosonic Corp. said will pay $800,000 of the $5.4-million settlement, with the rest paid by its insurance carrier and former auditor to settle class-action lawsuits filed after company officials were accused of inflating financial results to boost its stock price

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$2 Million Overtime Class Action Settlement Approved by Los Angeles Superior Court

$2 million settlement was awarded by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Kenneth R. Freeman to more than 250 managers who worked for Abercrombie & Fitch stores across California between July 10, 1998, and April 30, 2004.
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United States District Court Ruled in Favor of Biolase Technology, Inc.

Honorable David O. Carter, United States District Judge for the Central District of California has dismissed all claims against Biolase Technology, Inc., a medical technology company, its officers and directors in the consolidated shareholder class action lawsuits filed in August 2004
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Judge Ruled Against Condos Sell

Judge Thomas W. Cooper Jr., a circuit court judge decided against the developer of H’s Resort and Beach Club, at least temporarily blocking his attempt to re-sell units and start construction of a condominium project.
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TV Channel Nickelodeon Was Planned Class Action Lawsuit Over Junk Food Ads

The Center for Science in the Public Interest and the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, two consumer activist groups plan to file state class-action lawsuits against Kellogg and Viacom, owner of the popular children`s TV channel Nickelodeon in a new approach to fighting junk food TV ads.
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