$10.8 Million In ‘Shape Up’ Class Action Settlement

$10.8 million class action settlement of a lawsuit filed by people disappointed in TV personality Phil “Dr. Phil” McGraw’s Shape Up! diet products has been agreed by him.
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$330 Million Proposed Class Action Settlement Reached in Murphy Oil Lawsuit

The class action lawsuit stemming from an oil spill after Hurricane Katrina at the Murphy Oil refinery in Meraux, was set for $330 million settlement.
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$200 Billion Class Action Light Cigarette Lawsuit Certified

A $200 billion class action lawsuit against the tobacco industry for its marketing of light cigarettes was certified by a federal judge.
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$10,000,000 Birth Injury Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Settlement

A medical malpractice lawsuit has been settled for $10,000,000 for birth injuries to a child now 3 years of age by birth injury specialists.
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Derivative Shareholder Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Chordiant Software, Inc.

A shareholder class action lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court, Northern District of California, by Keller Rohrback L.L.P. on behalf of nominal defendant Chordiant Software, Inc., against certain executive officers and directors of Chordiant.
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$150 Million Class Action Settlement by Drug Makers

A class action lawsuit which was filed against TAP Pharmaceutical Products Inc., Abbott Laboratories and Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., alleged a fraudulent scheme to market, sell and distribute Lupron resulting in overpayment for the drug, was agreed to be settled for $150 million.
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Income Tax Refund Class Action Lawsuit Against Kansas City-Based H&R Block

A class action lawsuit has been commenced in Madison County by Cheryl Reynolds against Kansas City-based H&R Block and Household Bank claiming the business-defrauded consumers seeking instant income tax refunds.
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French Competition Regulator in Favor of Class Action Lawsuit

France’s Competition Council said it favors an optional legislative change that would allow individuals to file class action lawsuits as a means of seeking damages from unfair business practices to improve the balance of force between powerful companies and consumers, who are isolated by nature, for repairing damages that remain limited at the individual level, but which can represent large amounts as a whole.
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Over Charging Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Cingular

A class action lawsuit has been filed in Kanawha Circuit Court by the two unsatisfied customers of Cingular Wireless on behalf of themselves and others over $2.99-per-month fee that they say they never agreed to.
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$4.1 Million Medical Malpractice Settlement for Mother, Son in Botched Abortion Case

A $4.1 million settlement of a medical malpractice lawsuit, filed in Brooklyn State Supreme Court against several doctors who failed to properly perform an abortion of Karen Sheppard, 38, was reached.
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