• June 2017: New York Law Journal

    June 2017: New York Law Journal

    Whole Foods Facing Revived Class Action for Alleged Overcharges

    Whole Foods customers who feel they have been overcharged for prepackaged foods may get the chance to lighten the upscale grocery chain's wallet for a change.

  • June 2017: Dow Jones Newswires

    June 2017: Dow Jones Newswires

    Judge Revives Potential Class-Action Suit Against Whole Foods Regarding Overcharging

    A federal appeals court revived a potential class-action lawsuit against Whole Foods Market Inc. over allegations that the natural grocer routinely overcharged New York City customers, a blow to the company as it fights to lure back customers following a difficult period.

  • May 2017: Madison - St. Clair Record

    May 2017: Madison - St. Clair Record

    Domino’s Pizza requests stay in delivery driver’s class action pending SC decision, says arbitration is proper

    The owner of Domino’s Pizza argues that arbitration is proper in a delivery driver’s class action seeking compensation for vehicle expenses

    MBR Management Corporation filed a motion to stay proceedings on May 9 through attorneys Rodney Harrison, David Schenberg and Meredith Lopez of Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC in St. Louis.

  • April 2017: Madison - St. Clair Record

    April 2017: Madison - St. Clair Record

    Delivery driver files class action against Domino's Pizza for vehicle expense compensation

    EAST ST. LOUIS — A Domino's Pizza delivery driver has filed a class action lawsuit alleging his employer did not compensate delivery drivers for vehicular wear and tear or gas.

    Shiloh resident Jesse Tourville, for himself and all others similarly situated, filed a complaint on April 11 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois against MBR Management Corporation.

  • August 2016: Times Herald Record

    Energy provider refunds customers in overbilling settlement

    This was not a new experience for the company. HIKO Energy LLC agreed to pay New Jersey $2.1 million last year after the state also accused the company of not living up to promised rates.

  • May 2016: New Jersey Law Journal

    An operator of 26 Domino's Pizza franchises is accused in a federal suit of paying delivery drivers at an unlawfully low rate...

    NEW JERSEY- The suit brings class action allegations on behalf of all current and former delivery drivers employed by Domino's in the two years preceding the suit's May 10 filing date.The suit was filed by Kenneth Fromson of Finkelstein, Blankinship, Frei-Pearson & Garber in White Plains, New York, along with Potashnick and Jack McInnes of the firm of Paul McInnes in Kansas City.

  • White Plains Law Firm Win record settlement - FBFG

    Mar 16, 2016: White Plains Daily Voice

    White Plains Law Firm Helps Win Record-Setting Settlement

    "WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Judge Kim G. Dunning recently approved what she described as the largest per-person data breach settlement on record, an agreement that provided over $30 million in value to 31,000 Saint Joseph Health System (SJHS) patients."
  • news 10 abc FBFG

    Mar 15, 2016: News 10 abc

    Second lawsuit filed against companies accused of PFOA contamination in Hoosick Falls

    "HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The two companies being blamed for the PFOA contamination in Hoosick Falls are facing a new lawsuit."
  • Mar 14, 2016 : Albany Business Review

    Second suit filed against Saint-Gobain, Honeywell over Hoosick Falls water contamination

    “The class action lawsuit was filed last week against the two companies, which the state says are potentially responsible for the contamination, on behalf of Hoosick Falls residents…” Click here to read the full article.

  • February 12, 2016: Los Angeles Daily Journal

    Judge Grants Final Approval to $39M Data Breach Deal

    "An Orange County superior court judge granted final approval to a $39.5 million data breach settlement thought to be the largest known cash-per-person agreement under the California confidentiality of medical information act."