Middlesex Water Company Enters Into Agreement in Alleged Class Action to Remove PFOA-Impacted Wells From Service

Middlesex Water Company Enters Into Agreement in Alleged Class Action to Remove PFOA-Impacted Wells From Service

December 17, 2021 – An agreement was entered today and filed with the Court between Middlesex Water Company and residents in the class action Vera et al. v. Middlesex Water Company.  In response to an Order to Show Cause filed by the law firms DeNittis Osefchen...

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Old Navy Settles Fake Sale Class Action Lawsuit Providing Over $250 Million in Settlement Benefits

Old Navy Settles Fake Sale Class Action Lawsuit Providing Over $250 Million in Settlement Benefits

On December 2, 2021 the Superior Court of California, San Francisco Division, preliminarily approved a proposed class action settlement involving four class action lawsuits involving approximately 50 million customers that had been filed around the country. DeNittis...

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Aqua New Jersey Settles Class Action Suit For Selling  Water Not Meeting NJ Water Standards to 14,000 Households

Aqua New Jersey Settles Class Action Suit For Selling Water Not Meeting NJ Water Standards to 14,000 Households

WHAT IS THIS LAWSUIT ABOUT?  On November 5, 2021 the Superior Court of New Jersey preliminarily approved a class action settlement involving Aqua New Jersey and appointed DeNittis Osefchen Prince, P.C. co-lead counsel with the firm Javerbaum Wurgaft. The lawsuit...

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Middlesex County Residents File Class Action Against Middlesex County Water to Remedy Water Polluted by Human Carcinogen Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA)

Middlesex County Residents File Class Action Against Middlesex County Water to Remedy Water Polluted by Human Carcinogen Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA)

A class action complaint was filed October 29, 2021 in New Jersey Superior Court, Middlesex County, against Middlesex Water Company over customer notices which Middlesex Water Company sent to its customers last week, warning that their tap water violated New Jersey...

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Infinity Diagnostics Fraudulent Rapid Covid-19 Test Class Action Receives Preliminary Approval

Infinity Diagnostics Fraudulent Rapid Covid-19 Test Class Action Receives Preliminary Approval

On November 9, 2021 the Superior Court of New Jersey appointed DeNittis Osefchen Prince, P.C. as lead counsel and preliminarily approved a proposed class action settlement involving Infinity Diagnostics Laboratory. The proposed settlement would resolve a lawsuit filed...

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$144 Million Settlement Reached in Gap Factory Fake Sale Class Action Gains Final Approval By Court

$144 Million Settlement Reached in Gap Factory Fake Sale Class Action Gains Final Approval By Court

On October 11 the court granted final approval of a settlement that had been reached in a class action lawsuit valued between $144 million and $288 million dollars (depending on the number of claims filed) involving allegations that Gap Outlet, Gap Factory Store...

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Empire Beauty School Settles 2nd Overcharging Class Action in New Jersey

Empire Beauty School Settles 2nd Overcharging Class Action in New Jersey

Christa Robey v. EEG, Inc., et al. Superior Court of New Jersey, Camden County, Civil Action No. CAM-L-1462-19 THIS NOTICE ONLY PROVIDES LIMITED INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SETTLEMENT Your rights may be affected by a proposed class action settlement of claims against EEG,...

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Ciox Health, LLC Settles Consumer Overbilling Class Action for $560,000

Ciox Health, LLC Settles Consumer Overbilling Class Action for $560,000

Kasher Law Group, LLC v. Ciox Health, LLC Superior Court of New Jersey, Camden County, No. CAM-L-004719-17 THIS CARD ONLY PROVIDES LIMITED INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SETTLEMENT LIMITED INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SETTLEMENT Your rights may be affected by a proposed class...

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DOP WINS CLASS CERTIFICATION IN CASE SEEKING MEDICAL TESTING OF NEW JERSEY RESIDENTS POSSIBLY EXPOSED TO DISEASES AT SURGICAL CENTER

DOP WINS CLASS CERTIFICATION IN CASE SEEKING MEDICAL TESTING OF NEW JERSEY RESIDENTS POSSIBLY EXPOSED TO DISEASES AT SURGICAL CENTER

On October 11, 2019, Judge Bridget Stecher of the New Jersey Superior Court granted a contested class certification motion in a case seeking medical monitoring and a corrective notice for approximately 400 New Jersey residents who previously received a written notice...

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DOP WINS CLASS CERTIFICATION AND PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT MOTIONS IN CASE ALLEGING MEDICAL RECORDS ONLINE CHARGED MORE FOR HOSPITAL RECORDS THAN NEW JERSEY LAW ALLOWS

DOP WINS CLASS CERTIFICATION AND PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT MOTIONS IN CASE ALLEGING MEDICAL RECORDS ONLINE CHARGED MORE FOR HOSPITAL RECORDS THAN NEW JERSEY LAW ALLOWS

On August 30, 2019, New Jersey Superior Court Judge Sherri Lee Schweitzer granted contested class certification and partial summary judgment motions to the plaintiff in a case which alleged that Medical Records Online (aka “MRO”) routinely charged patients’ attorneys...

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Van Heusen and Tommy Hilfiger hit with Fake Sales Class Actions

Van Heusen and Tommy Hilfiger hit with Fake Sales Class Actions

Van Heusen and Tommy Hilfiger have been hit with putative class actions in New York by DeNittis Osefchen Price, P.C., alleging that they engaged in a uniform policy, systematic scheme and common course of conduct involving the use of deceptive and misleading sales...

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Home Depot Settles TCPA RoboCall Case for $4.3 Million

Home Depot Settles TCPA RoboCall Case for $4.3 Million

In a class action, one or more people called Class Representatives (here, Plaintiffs) sue on behalf of people who allegedly have similar claims. This group is called a class and the persons included are called Class Members. One court resolves the issues for all of...

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$9 Million Burlington Fake Sales Class Action Gains Final Approval

$9 Million Burlington Fake Sales Class Action Gains Final Approval

On April 22, 2019 a proposed $9 million proposed class action settlement of a lawsuit pending in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Camden County (“Court”) titled Anderson, et al. v. Burlington Coat Factory, et al. (“Action”) was approved by the court as fair and...

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