Starbucks Under Filled Latte Class Action Lawsuit Set To Move Forward

The class action lawsuit filed against Starbucks for under filling its 12,16 & 20 ounce lattes is set to move forward. In 2009  Starbuck implemented a standard formula to make lattes with pitchers that had fill lines. Baristas were instructed to use the new pitchers to make lattes, these fill lines decreased each latte’s amount … Continued

Verizon Copper Lines Maintenance Fee Class Action Filed

Verizon Communications Inc. has been hit with a class action lawsuit for violating consumer protection laws for continuing to charge maintenance fees for its copper line telephone service, and not maintaining it.   For the past 4 years Verizon has been using the “fiber is the only fix” program to try and phase out the old … Continued

Wynn Resorts Class Action Filed for Invasion of Privacy

Wynn Resorts Holdings LLC and Wynn Las Vegas LLC are currently facing accusations of violating the California’s Invasion Of Privacy Act. A class action lawsuit has been filed for recording calls with confidential information without prior authorization of both parties. Under California State law this is an invasion of a consumer’s privacy and is stipulated … Continued

Narco Freedom Accused of Medicaid Fraud

An alleged multimillion-dollar Medicaid fraud scheme in New York City has been exposed by a number of whistleblowers. A whistleblowers lawsuit has been filed against Narco Freedom Inc., a network of non-profit substance abuse treatment homes. Six former employee’s, have come forth claiming that the company engaged in a number of Medicaid fraud schemes. This … Continued

Zecuity (sumatriptan iontophoretic transdermal system) Removed from Market

  Teva Pharmaceuticals, the makers of the transdermal patch Zecuity (Sumatriptan Iontophoretic Transdermal System ) has temporarily suspended the sales, marketing and distribution of this medication. Teva has done a voluntary recall of this medication and is working with the FDA to examine all reported adverse skin reactions related to the medication. The Transdermal patch was … Continued

Saro Trading Recalls Children’s Cotton Nightgowns

The Saro Trading Company has recalled five styles of their children nightgowns for not  meeting  the USA’s Federal Flammability Standards. The 100% white cotton nightgowns have the label “Taleen” printed on the back neckline and the 5 styles vary in design, some have an embroidered neckline with eyelet trimming, ribbons on the chest, or buttons … Continued

Ikea Announces Voluntary Recall MALM Chests and Dressers

In July 2015 the Consumer Product Safety Commission along with Ikea made available free wall mounting repair kits for all MALM chests and dressers. This repair program came after reports of 2 deaths and 41 tip over incidences resulting in 19 injuries to children between the ages of 19 months and 10 years old. All … Continued

Imodium A-D and Overdosage FDA Releases Safety Announcement

The FDA recently release a safety announcement warning consumers that high doses of the antidiarrheal medicine loperamide(Imodium) or Imodium A-D can lead to serious heart problems that can lead to death. These heart problems include abnormal heart rate either rapid or irregular. When high doses of Loperamide are taken by itself or in combination with … Continued

Judge finds Walmart in Violation of California Labor Laws

A San Francisco judge filed in favor of California Truck Drivers who have worked for Walmart since 2003. The case (Charles Ridgeway, et al. v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., et al., No. 08-5221, N.D. Calif.; 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 94981). Class Complaint found Walmart in violation of California Labor Laws and may have to pay as … Continued