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Ensuring that your business litigation is handled with professionalism and sophistication is key to protecting your business’s most sensitive information.

Are You Owed Overtime And Unpaid Wages?

Are You Owed Overtime And Unpaid Wages?

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
Thousands and thousands of people go to work each and every day and most do it for one reason- to earn a paycheck so they can survive. Today’s culture is based on the exchange of hourly work for a set amount of pay- and when that pay is stolen by the one trusted to hand…Read the article
Watch Out For These Five Income Tax Scams

Watch Out For These Five Income Tax Scams

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
It’s always payday for somebody, and largely thanks to two major 2017 data breaches, more people than ever are looking for an illegal payday at your expense. Large information leaks at the Internal Revenue Service and Equifax have combined to make the 2018 filing season one of the most scam-prone in history. Part of our…Read the article
Just For Men Allergic Reaction Lawsuits

Just For Men Allergic Reaction Lawsuits

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
PLEASE NOTE: We are no longer accepting Just For Men cases. Hair color allergic reactions are something that users need to be aware of and consider carefully before choosing to use a hair coloring product. While they are rare, harmful side effects from medication and other products are possible and these make up part of…Read the article
Hip Recalls and Hip Replacement Lawsuits

Hip Recalls and Hip Replacement Lawsuits

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
Did you know that between 200,000 and 300,000 hip replacement operations are performed in the U.S. each year?  Unfortunately, these types of procedures have become quite common in younger adults and middle-aged patients as well. Although hip replacements hold the most successful rate and cost-effective interventions in medicine, these surgeries are overwhelming and risky. Only…Read the article
How Safe Is Your Private Information?

How Safe Is Your Private Information?

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
Today, the majority of people’s private information is stored in computer, or in “the cloud.” Indeed, even if you personally do not use online banking or make online purchases, a party that carries your information–like Equifax–could be subject to a data breach. When this happens, your personal information, including things like your name, birthday, Social…Read the article
Data Breaches – What Should You Do?

Data Breaches – What Should You Do?

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
Data breaches–where consumers’ personal financial or medical information are exposed–are becoming more and more common. For example, the recent Equifax breach, in which hackers were able to access people’s names, Social Security numbers, birthdates, driver’s license numbers, and more affected about 143 million people, and is not the first breach of its kind. If you…Read the article
Marie Napoli Talks About Hip Implant Lawsuit

Marie Napoli Talks About Hip Implant Lawsuit

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
The prestigious New York Law Journal recently named Marie Napoli one of the top lawyers in the Big Apple, and she recently sat down to talk about her role in the BHR hip implant lawsuit.Read the article
What Is a Class Action and am I Eligible?

What Is a Class Action and am I Eligible?

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
When you are harmed, you have the right to recovery. The most typical route of recovery is a personal injury action. A personal injury suit is a type of civil action that is brought forth by a plaintiff against one or more defendants. These types of suits are filed when an individual suffers a personal…Read the article
A Whistleblower: The Right Thing To Do

A Whistleblower: The Right Thing To Do

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
Making the decision to be a whistleblower–that is, to report any illegal or unethical activity that is occurring within a business, such as embezzlement or labor violations–isn’t easy. However, reporting information to the appropriate source is the right thing to do, and there are a number of whistleblower protections in place to ensure that you…Read the article
Uber: A History Of Worker Exploitation

Uber: A History Of Worker Exploitation

| Commercial Litigation & Class Actions
In 2016, Uber agreed to pay upwards of $100 million to avoid trial in a misclassification suit concerning California and Massachusetts drivers. Now that a North Carolina judge has conditionally certified a national class action, the stakes, and the potential reward, are exponentially higher. All Uber drivers in the United States who opted out of…Read the article