The number of class action securities fraud suits filed in federal court surged to a record high in the first half of 2017. Read more
An Ohio federal judge has denied the request by Tristar to decertify a class of consumers that claims its pressure cookers are explosively defective and worthless. Read more
International Paper will put $165 million into escrow for the class under the settlement proposal. Read more
Beasley Allen's Dee Miles has been appointed co-lead counsel in the class action litigation involving Banner Life Insurance Company. Read more
A judge in North Carolina has increased an award for some customers contacted by Dish Network. Read more
The original Engle jury came back with a $145 billion verdict against tobacco companies on behalf of a class of about 700,000 Floridians. Read more
Wells Fargo has increased an estimated number of unauthorized checking, savings and credit card accounts that employees allegedly opened. Read more
The suit filed in 2015 relates to the security breach in 2014 that compromised the financial data of up to 56 million Home Depot customers. Read more
The USAA settlement also sets aside about $46,000 in incentive payments for the five lead plaintiffs. Read more
Salix had 62 million shares of common stock, with average daily trading volume in the millions of shares per week during the class period. Read more
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