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Local connection in potential class-action case

A local couple might serve as class representatives in a proposed multi-million-dollar class-action suit against Weyerhaeuser Co. for joists containing dangerous levels of formaldehyde. Kristen and Jeffrey Koppers have not been able to move into the new home they purchased ...

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Mark’s Pizzeria lawsuit settled for $1.7 million

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Mark’s Pizzeria has reached a tentative $1.7 million settlement with employees who filed a class-action lawsuit against the company. The deal resolves a complaint filed in August 2015 claiming food delivery drivers ostensibly being paid minimum wage or slightly more ...

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Delta Sonic settlement changed

A federal judge has made significant adjustments to an $800,000 class action settlement involving about 14,000 Delta Sonic employees. The current and former employees of Delta Sonic Car Wash Systems Inc., which has more than 29 car washes in New ...

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Hot holiday toy subject of class action lawsuit

When Jared Winegarden, of Clarksville, Tenn., bought the Hatchimal for his youngest daughter, he felt like “Super Dad,” he wrote in a review on Amazon. “I don’t want to mention how much I spent for this thing – it’s embarrassing,” ...

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New York’s public defense system on trial

A class-action suit accusing the state and five counties of providing inadequate legal representation for poor criminal defendants will proceed to trial. Albany County Supreme Court Justice Eugene P. Devine on Monday denied summary judgment motions by the state and ...

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No class action for McDonald’s customers

McDonald’s customers can’t proceed as a class on claims that the fast-food chain misled consumers as to the health effects of its food, the U.S. District Court, SDNY ruled in Pelman v. McDonald’s.

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High Court to rule on Truth in Lending Act

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the Truth in Lending Act and Regulation Z require a credit card issuer to provide change-in-terms notice before increasing the interest rate on an account pursuant to a consumer default ...

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