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Citizens Bank Settles Usage Fee Class Action for $612,000

On June 21, 2017 the United States District Court of New Jersey granted final approval of a class action settlement involving allegations that Citizens Bank was overcharging Home Equity Line of Credit customers improper usage fees.  DeNittis Osefchen Prince was lead class counsel for the Settlement Class of approximately 16,000 persons. If you paid usage …

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MRO Medical Record Overcharging Class Action Gains Final Approval

YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO A REFUND IF:   YOU ARE A NEW JERSEY ATTORNEY WHO BETWEEN JANUARY 25, 2013 AND DECEMBER 31, 2016:   WERE AUTHORIZED BY YOUR CLIENTS TO REQUEST AND RECEIVE COPIES OF A CLIENT’S PATIENT MEDICAL RECORDS; AND   WHO REQUESTED AND RECEIVED AN INVOICE IN YOUR OWN NAME  FROM MEDICAL RECORDS …

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$6,750,000 Empire Consumer Fraud Class Settlement Gains Final Approval

On April 21, 2017 the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas granted Final approval of a proposed $6,750,000 consumer fraud class action settlement filed against beauty school operator EEG, Inc. (Empire). This lawsuit alleged that Defendant Empire employed a uniform policy and common course of conduct at its school salons in Pennsylvania and New Jersey of charging standardized fees …

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MRO Medical Record Overcharging Class Action Gains Preliminary Approval

YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO A REFUND IF:   YOU ARE A NEW JERSEY ATTORNEY WHO BETWEEN JANUARY 25, 2013 AND DECEMBER 31, 2016:   WERE AUTHORIZED BY YOUR CLIENTS TO REQUEST AND RECEIVE COPIES OF A CLIENT’S PATIENT MEDICAL RECORDS; AND   WHO REQUESTED AND RECEIVED AN INVOICE IN YOUR OWN NAME  FROM MEDICAL RECORDS …

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DeNittis Osefchen Prince Files False Advertising Class Action Against Jos A. Bank

JoS. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. was hit with a putative class action in New Jersey by DeNittis Osefchen Price, P.C., alleging that its advertisements for sales dupe customers because they promote maximum price reductions, but not the minimum, in violation of consumer protection laws. At the core of Michael Leese’s Feb. 15 lawsuit are the …

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DeNittis Osefchen Prince Gear Up for Class Certification in CVS Illegal Flu Shot Text Solicitation TCPA Action

In 2015 consumers filed a class-action lawsuit against CVS Pharmacy, Inc. alleging that CVS sent automatic text messages to consumers nationwide in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).  The suit accuses CVS of sending thousands—if tens of thousands—of text messages to consumers without the requisite consent to do so.  Specifically, the suit alleges …

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DeNittis Osefchen Prince Wins Significant Ruling in Gap False Pricing Suit

On February 24, 2017, the District Court for Northern District of California denied Gap’s 2nd motion to dismiss  in the action  Laurie Munning v. The Gap, Inc. et al., case number 3:16-cv-03804. In its Motion The Gap Inc. asked the Court to trim New Jersey consumer protection claims from a putative class action alleging its …

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$6,750,000 Empire Consumer Fraud Class Settlement Gains Preliminary Approval

On January 12, 2017 the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas granted preliminary approval of a proposed $6,750,000 consumer fraud class action settlement filed against beauty school operator EEG, Inc. (Empire). This lawsuit alleges that Defendant Empire employs a uniform policy and common course of conduct at its school salons in Pennsylvania and New Jersey of charging standardized fees to …

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TD Bank Penny Arcade Class Action Filed

On April 26, 2016 DeNittis Osefchen, P.C. filed a consumer class action on behalf of all Nationwide deposit customers of TD Bank who have been harmed through the continued shortchanging of TD Bank’s Penny Arcade machines.  On April 6, 2016, NBC’s “Today” show reported that TD Bank’s Penny Arcades fail to accurately count the coins …

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DeNittis Osefchen Defeats a Mandatory Arbitration Clause and Obtains Landmark Ruling Against MRO

Joseph Osefchen of DeNittis Osefchen on April 22, 2016 obtained a landmark ruling which resulted in the New Jersey Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division rejecting a mandatory arbitration clause in a patient’s bid to obtain medical records.  A New Jersey appeals court on Friday affirmed that a hospital’s medical records processor couldn’t enforce a mandatory class …

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