For ramp-less curbs throughout the city impeding travel of those with impaired mobility.
For billing overcharges from failure to prorate the final month of service fees.
For inadequately disclosed "out of cycle" billing policies.
For inadequately disclosed service fees on billing statements.
For telephone service overcharges.
For grid control room operators due to misclassification.
For hundreds of victims of fraud and negligent operations of a cemetery.
In Excess of $15 Million - In Re: Avandia Marketing, Sales Practices and Product Liability Litigation
For hundreds of patients who took Avandia and suffered heart failure or stroke.
For off-the-clock work and meal and rest breaks that were denied to home health care workers.
For payment of overtime to misclassified store managers.
For ERISA violations in connection with unilateral liquidation of Air Touch Stock Fund in its employees' 401(k) plans.
For racial profiling and harassment of visitors to an amusement park.
For family members of decedents whose remains were improperly handled by a cemetery.
For payment of overtime to misclassified general and restaurant managers.
For families who were mislead as to the final disposition of their decedents remains.
For breach of contract for failure to comply with the terms of multiple agreements.
For failure to disclose the circumstances under which its customers would be charged international roaming charges while traveling overseas.
For failure to pay hourly supermarket employees for off-the-clock work.
For misrepresenting the composition and content of various vitamins and supplements to purchasers.
For insureds whose rates for dental programs had been improperly adjusted.
For a minor who fell into an excavation pit that was not properly guarded.
For relatives of decedents for improper and unlawful business practices carried out by a cemetery and mortuaries.
For restaurant employees who were not provided meal breaks.
For faulty workmanship and defective construction which lead to significant water damage.
For hundreds of tenants for uninhabitable conditions at a large apartment complex.
For defendants' failure to pay fair consideration to the minority shareholders in connection with a going private transaction.
For hundreds of Ralph's customers who were denied awards under a marketing promotion.
For class members who were subjected to employment law violations by their employer.
For employees who were improperly classified as overtime exempt managers.