Lawsuit Alleges Lumber Liquidators’ Hardwood Flooring Emits Dangerous Levels of Formaldehyde, ClassAction.org Reports

A class action lawsuit alleges that certain hardwood flooring sold by Lumber Liquidators off-gasses more than three times the legal limit of formaldehyde, and that the company illegally sources its wood products from China and other countries inh ...

Atlas Faces Lawsuits Alleging its Chalet Shingles Can Blister, Crack and Leak Prematurely

Multiple class action lawsuits have been filed against Atlas Roofing Corporation with property owners alleging that the company’s Chalet shingles can crack, blister and fail prematurely due to a manufacturing defect, ClassAction.org reports.

Attorneys Working with ClassAction.org Want to Hear from Consumers Experiencing Problems with Pella Windows

The attorneys working with ClassAction.org are now reviewing claims on behalf of property owners who experienced problems with their Pella windows, such as wood rot, mold growth or other water damage.

Lawsuits Allege Doctors Prescribed AndroGel Without Testing Testosterone Levels First, ClassAction.org Reports

Lawsuits filed against the maker of prescription testosterone AndroGel allege that nearly a quarter of men who were prescribed testosterone replacement therapies never had their testosterone levels tested first, ClassAction.org reports.

Plaintiffs In Risperdal Suits Ask Judge to Reject Drug Company’s Bid to Dodge Punitive Damages, ClassAction.org Reports

The plaintiffs in Risperdal gynecomastia lawsuits asked the Honorable Judge Arnold New to reject Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc.’s bid to dismiss plaintiffs’ punitive damages claims, arguing that the drug company wrongly seeks to apply a statute of ...

Postpartum Women At Higher Risk for Mirena IUD Complications, Lawsuits Allege

Lawsuits that have been filed over the contraceptive Mirena allege that postpartum women are at an increased risk for perforation of the uterine wall or cervix, which may lead to infections, scars or hemorrhages.

New Study Suggests Link Between Lipitor and Type 2 Diabetes, ClassAction.org Reports

A new study published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology found that patients using statins like Lipitor were at a higher risk for developing new-onset type 2 diabetes, ClassAction.org reports.

Mirena IUD Lawsuits Allege “Mirena Parties” Made False, Misleading Claims

ClassAction.org is reporting that women who were injured after being fitted with the Mirena IUD allege that the device’s manufacturer made false and misleading statements about the contraceptive through a marketing campaign known as “Mirena parties.”

Risperdal Lawsuits Allege Janssen Promoted Antipsychotic Drug for Off-Label Uses

ClassAction.org is reporting that lawsuits allege Janssen Pharmaceuticals promoted its antipsychotic drug Risperdal for off-label uses including the treatment of schizophrenia in adolescents.

Attorneys Investigating Lipitor Lawsuits On Behalf of Women Diagnosed With Diabetes

The attorneys working with ClassAction.org are currently investigating potential lawsuits for women who were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes after using the cholesterol-lowering drug Lipitor.

AndroGel Lawsuits Accuse Abbott of “Disease Mongering,” ClassAction.org Reports

Lawsuits allege that Abbott Laboratories Inc. took part in “disease mongering” when it promoted its testosterone replacement therapy AndroGel for symptoms that are also natural signs of aging, such as fatigue and loss of stamina, ClassAction.org ...

Lipitor Lawsuits Seeking Compensation For Medical Bills, Other Damages

Women who developed type 2 diabetes after using the cholesterol-lowering drug Lipitor are seeking compensation for medical bills, physical and emotional injuries and pain and suffering, ClassAction.org reports.

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Sarasota Area Attorneys Gathered At The Manasota Trial Lawyers Board Dinner and Seminar

Bernard F. Walsh and other top attorneys practicing in the Sarasota/Bradenton area gathered together for the Manasota Trial Lawyers Board Dinner and Seminar in Lakewood Ranch.

Pella Lawsuit Claims Architect, Designer Windows Are Defective

ClassAction.org is reporting that a class action lawsuit has been filed in Illinois over Pella’s Architect and Designer model windows alleging that they are defective and prone to moisture retention, which can cause rotting, mold growth and leaks.

Bellwether Trial Deadlines Extended for Mirena IUD Multidistrict Litigation, ClassAction.org Reports

The Honorable Judge Cathy Seibel has extended several bellwether trial deadlines by 60 days, allowing both sides an additional two months to complete certain discovery processes, ClassAction.org reports.

Janssen Settles Risperdal Suit Brought by Montana’s Attorney General for $5.9 Million, ClassAction.org Reports

Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc. will pay $5.9 million to settle claims brought by Montana Attorney General Timothy C. Fox that the company deceptively advertised its antipsychotic drug Risperdal, ClassAction.org reports.

Arkansas Supreme Court Hears Appeal Over $1.2 Billion Risperdal Marketing Fine, ClassAction.org Reports

Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals argued that the Arkansas Supreme Court should reverse a $1.2 billion marketing fine in a case filed by the Arkansas Attorney General alleging that the company improperly marketed its an ...

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Hundreds of Lawsuits Filed by Mirena Users Alleging Organ Perforation, Other Injuries

Hundreds of lawsuits have been filed against the maker of Mirena alleging that the contraceptive can migrate from its original position after implantation and cause serious side effects including organ perforation and hemorrhages.

Lipitor Lawsuits Consolidated to South Carolina, ClassAction.org Reports

The Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation approved a motion to centralize all federally-filed lawsuits involving Lipitor, which allege that the cholesterol-lowering drug caused patients to develop type 2 diabetes, ClassAction.org reports.