Wells Fargo Faces Class Action Lawsuit from Buyers of Auction Rate Securities

Walls Fargo & Co. along with Walls Fargo Investments LLC faces a Class Action Law Suit in Federal Court at California. The suit has charged the said company of violating the Securities Law. The company has allegedly deceived the investors regarding the investment characteristics of the security. The buyers of the Auction Race Securities have filed the lawsuit against the company.

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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against KeyBank USA Over Student Loans

A Class Action Lawsuit has been filed against Key Bank Education Resources and Great Lakes Educational Services at the Alemada County Court this week for allegedly cheating the students of a vocational school. The students of Silver State Vocational Helicopter School complained that the bank has teamed up with this bogus vocational school that left the students of the school deep in debt.

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Queensland Health Minister Backs Strategy for Rapid Cataract Surgery

The Queensland health Minister Mr Stephen Robertson has supported the new strategy that is likely to be in favor of the patients of cataract surgery at the Herbey Bay Hospital. The strategy will be helpful for patients who have to wait for long hours for the surgery. From now the patients will be treated under the Surgery Connect Scheme. The new law will be helpful to save the time of the patients. He also criticised the media that show no support to the new scheme.
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California Supreme Court Affirms Right to Gay Marriage

The San Francisco City Hall, a common venue for gay marriages, witnessed a celebration time when the California Supreme Court ruled that the same sex marriages can enjoy the constitutional right. In a win win situation for the gay community, the ruling has withdrawn the 60 year old ban on the gay marriage right. The decision will be effective within next 30 days. Thus California is the state second only to Massachusettes to legalize gay marriage.

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Rutgers Law School Sues Bush Over Iraq War Citing Violation of Article 1, Section 8 of US Constitution

In a first of its kind of lawsuit the president George W Bush was accused of wagging an illegal war against Iraq and thus violating the Article 1, Section 8 of the US Constitution. The lawsuit is the end result of a year long study by the Retgers Law School and Nework Constitutional Litigation Group. The plaintiffs of the lawsuit are New Jersey Peace Action, New Jersey Chapter of Military Families Speak Out that they have sons currently or formerly deployed in Iraq.

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Galveston Women Filed Lawsuit Against Marathon And Other Petroleum Company

On may 8th, a local women named Cynthia Leigh Chason filed suit against Marathon Petroleum Company and other businesses, in Galveston County 10th District Court under Judge David Garner. She claims that her fathers used to work with asbestos. Cynthia was exposed so much to the fibres in this process that she has now developed Mesothelioma.
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Sun Mirosystems Facing Class Action Lawsuit

Technical writer Dani Hoenemier filed a lawsuit against the Sun micro systems, in Santa Clara county under the class action of state labor laws governing overtime and breaks. She says that sometimes she had to work more than 60 hours a week at her computer, at the time of product launch without any overtime pays.

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Is India’s Organ Transplant Act Obsolete?

Organ Transplant Act in India needs to be rectified, feel Indian doctors. This is necessary to perform face transplant surgery. Doctors say that there is no technical problems for face transplantation, only the law must be clearer about the whole issue. The present transplant laws allow cadaveric transplantation (organ retrieval from a brain dead but beating heart donor). However, doctors feel the law have a long way to go.

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Quebec Customers File A Class Action Lawsuit Against Bell Canada

The Quebec customers filed a class action lawsuit against Bell Canada on charges of Internet hijacking at the Quebec Superior Court last week. The fraud victims say that without their knowledge, or consent, their computers downloaded a hidden program which caused their computers to place expensive, long distance phone calls.

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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Georgia Based Medical Record Copying Service

Kristin Miller, today, has filed a class action lawsuit against a Georgia based company, Smart Document Solutions in Phillips County Circuit Court under the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (ADTPA). The said company provides medical record copying services for health care providers.

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