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    Con Edison Charged Customers Improper Gas Rate, Claims Milberg Class Action

    May 25, 2022

    Consolidated Edison charged some of its customers a higher gas rate than it was legally permitted to charge them under its utility tariff, resulting in the company reaping windfall profits, claims a recently-filed Milberg class action lawsuit. The lawsuit seeks to establish a class of customers located in the State of New York and recover […]

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    Milberg Data Breach Class Action Targets GWLM Accounting Firm

    April 30, 2022

    Another week, another Milberg data breach class action lawsuit filed, this time against a Maryland-based accounting firm that allegedly fell prey to an email phishing scam that exposed the personal information of more than 18,500 individuals. Milberg attorneys Thomas Pacheco, David K. Lietz, and Gary Klinger filed the class action on March 28 in Maryland […]

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    Milberg Files Lakeview Loan Data Breach Class Action Lawsuit

    April 23, 2022

    Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman PLLC (Milberg) has filed a complaint against one of the country’s top mortgage loan servicers over a 2021 cybersecurity incident that compromised the personal information of more than 2.5 million customers. The Lakeview Loan data breach class action lawsuit claims that the defendant failed to properly secure customer data and […]

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    Milberg Portugal Attorneys File Google Play Class Action Lawsuit

    April 16, 2022

    Milberg Sousa Ferro, representing the consumer protection association Ius Omnibus, has filed a class action lawsuit against Google with the Portuguese Competition, Regulation and Supervision Court. The Google Play class action accuses Google of anticompetitive practices that harmed consumers. It is similar to cases pending against Google in other jurisdictions, including the United Kingdom and […]

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    Milberg’s Family Dollar Class Action Takes On Rodent Infestation

    April 11, 2022

    A rodent infestation at a Family Dollar distribution center in Arkansas was not disclosed or corrected in a timely manner, posing health and safety hazards to consumers, claims a class action lawsuit filed by Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman PLLC (Milberg). Milberg’s Family Dollar class action seeks a variety of remedies on behalf of shoppers […]

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    Milberg Files Data Breach Class Action Lawsuit Against Creative Services, Inc.

    March 30, 2022

    Attorneys for Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman PLLC (Milberg) have filed a data breach class action lawsuit against Creative Services, Inc. (CSI) over a data breach that affected more than 164,000 individuals. The lawsuit seeks damages, restitution, and injunctive relief for eligible class members. Anyone whose personal information was compromised in the CSI data breach […]

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    Milberg SlimFast Class Action Claims Diabetic Products Misbranded

    March 24, 2022

    Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman PLLC (Milberg) has filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of California consumers who purchased certain SlimFast snacks, shakes, and meal bars labeled as “diabetic weight loss” products. The SlimFast class action claims that this labeling constitutes improper health claims under state and federal laws because the products in question […]

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    OnlyFans Colludes to Harm Performers

    February 22, 2022

    Milberg’s David Azar recently filed a lawsuit for FanCentro, alleging OnlyFans and employees of a large social media company colluded to harm competing businesses and hundreds of adult influencers, destroying the livelihoods of many, to gain market share.  On February 22, 2022, BBC News announced that FanCentro filed a lawsuit against OnlyFans’ owner, Leonid Radvinsky, […]

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    Milberg Files Class Action Antitrust Lawsuit on Behalf of Farmers Against John Deere

    February 16, 2022

    New York, New York – On February 3, 2022, Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman, PLLC (“Milberg”) filed an antitrust class action lawsuit against John Deere (Deere & Co.) (“Deere”) in the Eastern District of Tennessee on behalf of all persons and entities who purchased repair and maintenance services for Deere brand agricultural equipment, including tractors […]

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    Rachel Soffin Appointed Co-lead Counsel in Seresto Case

    February 8, 2022

    In March 2021, USA Today announced two pet owners filed a class-action lawsuit against Elanco Animal Health, a pet pharmaceutical company owning rights to the Seresto flea and tick collar for cats and dogs. Pet owners claimed Elanco falsified the safety of this animal “protective” product. Both plaintiffs confirmed their pets suffered either death or […]

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    Milberg Expands Global Footprint With Launch of Milberg Germany

    November 8, 2021

    At Milberg, we pride ourselves on being a truly global consumer protection law firm. With the recent launch of Milberg Germany and our website, our law firm will be able to help even more consumers by challenging corporations that use false or misleading advertising to profit off of customers. Milberg Leads Daimler Emissions Scandal […]

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    T-mobile Faces Class Action Lawsuits Following Data Breach Affecting Millions

    August 23, 2021

    Labeled as Tom’s Guide’s “overall best cell phone carrier,” T-mobile now faces two class action lawsuits impacting millions of current and former network users. T-mobile recently experienced a catastrophic data breach that reports to have impacted at least 53-million people, with numbers expected to reach over 100-million.   The exposed information includes sensitive, personal material such as names, birthdays, phone numbers, driver’s license ID numbers, and even social security numbers. (Currently, T-mobile claims that credit and debit card numbers, and any other financial […]

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    CPAP – Frequently Asked Questions

    August 4, 2021

    On July 20, 2021, Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman announced its filed class action lawsuit against Philips North America following the Cambridge-based health tech conglomerate’s recent recall of multiple CPAP, BiPAP, and APAP machines. This ventilation technology is most noted for providing more at-ease sleep for those who suffer with sleep apnea. However, the potential […]

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    Lawsuit Filed Against Philips Over Defective CPAP Machines That May Cause Cancer

    July 20, 2021

    Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman has filed a class action lawsuit against Philips North America after the Cambridge-based health tech conglomerate recalled several CPAP machines, BiPAP machines, APAP machines, and ventilators because of a dangerous defect that can cause users to inhale pieces of polyester-based polyurethane (PE-PUR) foam. Attorneys Randi Kassan, Mitchell Breit, Blake Hunter […]

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    Judge Allows Blackbaud Ransomware MDL to Proceed

    July 1, 2021

    A federal judge has ruled that Blackbaud Inc. must face claims over a 2020 ransomware attack that exposed the personal information of plaintiffs. Milberg attorney Harper Segui is Co-Lead Counsel in the multidistrict litigation. Blackbaud had attempted to dismiss the claims on the grounds that the court lacks subject matter jurisdiction over the plaintiffs’ claims, […]

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    Miami Building Collapse Lawsuit

    June 24, 2021

    A high-rise condo building partially collapsed near Miami Beach on Thursday afternoon, killing at least one person and leaving many more injured and missing. As rescue crews continue to comb through the wreckage, engineers have started to investigate the cause of the collapse. Milberg attorneys are also looking into the collapse and would like to […]

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    Environmental Justice Bill Would Give Vulnerable Communities Powerful New Legal Tools

    June 18, 2021

    A bill making its way through Congress has the potential to fundamentally reshape the environmental justice movement by strengthening protections for minority communities facing disproportionate pollution burdens. Among the most significant portions of the bill are amendments to the Civil Rights Act that, if enacted, would give activists a new path to fight discrimination in […]

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    Residents File Lawsuits Against Limetree Bay Oil Refinery

    June 1, 2021

    After a May 12 malfunction at the Limetree Bay oil refinery in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands rained oil down on the surrounding area, hundreds of residents have filed at least three lawsuits seeking restitution for damages. According to Reuters, a malfunctioning coker unit caused the emergency burning of feedstocks, a process known as flaring, […]

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    Milberg Class Action Takes On Nationstar Unauthorized Mortgage Debits

    April 30, 2021

    More than 14,000 North Carolinians recently learned that thousands of dollars in unauthorized transfers had been withdrawn from their banking account by mortgage servicing company Nationstar. Now, Nationstar will have to answer for their actions and possibly compensate affected customers thanks to a Milberg class action lawsuit. Nationstar, which rebranded as “Mr. Cooper” last year, […]

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    Judge Partially Certifies Milberg’s Rite Aid Consumer Class Action

    April 27, 2021

    A California federal judge has certified, with minor modifications, a Milberg class action lawsuit that claims Rite Aid misled customers about the efficacy of its generic “rapid release” acetaminophen gelcaps. Case Summary: Customers Deceived By “Rapid Release” Labeling Lead plaintiff Thomas Bailey, represented by Milberg’s Gregory E. Coleman, Adam A. Edwards, and Mark E. Silvey, […]

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    Milberg Wins $11.1 Million Jury Verdict For Wrongful Termination of IBM Sales Manager

    April 17, 2021

    Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman (“Milberg”) received a $11.1 million verdict on behalf of client Scott Kingston, who claimed IBM wrongfully terminated him after he raised allegations of racial discrimination in the treatment of his subordinates. The verdict included compensation for past and potential economic loss, outstanding sales commissions for the first quarter of 2018, […]

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    Milberg Files Shell Gas Price Class Action Lawsuit

    April 16, 2021

    Florida consumers are charged the higher “credit” price for Shell gasoline when paying for gas with debit cards, a Milberg class action lawsuit alleges. Royal Dutch Shell is one of the five largest oil and gas companies in the world. Shell Oil Company, the United States-based subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell, has the largest market […]

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    Paraquat and Parkinson’s Disease – Frequently Asked Questions

    April 8, 2021

    Gramoxone, manufactured by Syngenta, is the most common trade name for paraquat, the most highly acutely toxic herbicide to be marketed over the last 60 years. Dr. Angela Hind from answers some questions about the relationship between paraquat and Parkinson’s disease. DOWNLOAD A COPY OF THE FAQS HERE What is Parkinson’s disease? What are […]

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    Florida Phosphate Plants Threaten Drinking Water, Biodiversity

    April 7, 2021

    A wastewater leak at a former fertilizer plant south of Tampa has local and national officials scrambling to contain it and environmentalists once again sounding the alarm about phosphogypsum stacks (or “gyp stacks”), most of which are located in Florida. The shuttered Piney Point phosphogypsum plant, located across 77 acres in Manatee County and owned […]

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    Ninth Circuit Reverses Summary Judgment in Ford Shattering Sunroof Case

    April 4, 2021

    A Washington couple’s claims against Ford Motor Co. have been revived after being thrown out of federal court last February on a motion for summary judgment. Plaintiffs were successful on appeal and a three-judge panel reversed the prior ruling this month on the motion for summary judgment finding that a factual dispute exists as to […]