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Judge only partially chops class action claims vs Church & Dwight over amount of folic acid in supplement

A federal judge partially granted a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit over whether a vitamin contained too much folic acid.

Midwest Medical Records agrees to settle class action over copying fees; attorneys set to get $1M

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit against Midwest Medical Records Association Inc.

Home Depot faces class action over data breach


Judge gives final OK to $10.25M settlement in Suave Keratin Smoothing Kit class action; attorney's fees yet to be awarded


Data breach leads to class action lawsuit against P.F. Chang's


Seventh Circuit judges file dueling opinions, won’t rehear class action over workers’ time spent changing


Fifth District reinstates $10B verdict in Price verdict; Philip Morris vows to appeal to Supreme Court

The Fifth District Appellate Court on Tuesday reinstated a $10.1 billion verdict in a decade-old class action lawsuit that accused Philip Morris USA of misleading consumers by deceptively marketing “light” and “low tar” cigarettes.

7th Circuit: Urging settlement of old debt could be misleading to consumers


7th Circuit: attorney bound to fee agreement despite refusing to sign

SykesAn attorney in a fee-allocation dispute is bound to a final agreement, a panel of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals held last month.The panel's ruling stems from the district court's Aug. 29, 2011 approval of a class action settlement in fiber-optic cable litigation and attorneys fee award.The $3.54 million attorneys fees award was deposited in to an escrow account, and the attorneys agreed