In Re: KeyBank Customer Data Security Breach Litigation
This litigation arises from a July 2022 incident in which an “unauthorized external party” gained remote access to Overby-Seawell Company’s (OSC) network and acquired certain personally identifiable information of OSC’s financial institution clients’ customers. OSC is a technology services vendor for financial institutions, including KeyBank, N.A., that provides ongoing verification that institutions’ residential mortgage customers are maintaining required property insurance. Plaintiffs allege that OSC failed to maintain adequate security measures, and assert claims for negligence and breach of contract. Click here for more information.
In RE: ARC Airbag Inflators Products Liability Litigation
This litigation involves claims that ARC airbag inflators have a defect that can cause them to rupture, dispersing shrapnel, and injuring or killing vehicle occupants.
In RE: Paragard IUD Products Liability Litigation
This litigation involves allegations that the Paragard intrauterine device(IUD) has a propensity to break upon removal, causing complications and injuries, including surgeries to remove the broken piece of the device, infertility, and pain. Click here for more information.
In RE: Ethicon Physiomesh Flexible Composite Hernia Mesh Products Liability Litigation
This litigation involves claims that a particular hernia mesh product was allegedly defectively designed, manufactured, and labeled by Ethicon, Inc. and/or Johnson & Johnson and caused personal injuries to plaintiffs. The specific device at issue in this litigation is PHYSIOMESH™ Flexible Composite Mesh. This litigation does not involve PHYSIOMESH™ Open Flexible Composite Mesh Device. Click here for more information.
In RE: Atlas Roofing Corporation Chalet Shingle Products Liability Litigation
This litigation involves claims that defendant, Atlas Roofing Corporation, breached express and implied warranties regarding the defective shingles, sold by defendant, that did not conform to applicable building codes and industry standards.
In RE: Wright Medical Technology, Inc., Conserve Hip Implant Products Liability Litigation
This litigation involves claims that certain hip replacement devices manufactured by Wright Medical Technology, Inc. were defectively designed and caused personal injury to plaintiffs. The specific devices at issue in this litigation include Wright’s CONSERVE® Total Hip Implant System, CONSERVE® Total A-Class Advanced Metal Hip Implant System, CONSERVE® Resurfacing System.
In RE: Camp Lejeune, North Carolina Water Contamination Litigation
This litigation involves claims that defendant, United States of America, failed to maintain, inspect, and provide water at Camp LeJeune that was fit for human contact and consumption by allowing contaminates to exist in the base water supply.
In RE: Delta/AirTran Baggage Fee Antitrust Litigation
This litigation involves claims that defendants, Delta and AirTran, colluded on the imposition of a first bag fee and entered into a contract, combination, and/or conspiracy in which to fix or raise first bag fees in the domestic airline passenger service market served by Delta and AirTran.
In RE: Androgel Antitrust Litigation (No. II)
This litigation involves claims that defendants engineered a conspiracy to restrain trade, and a scheme to monopolize the U.S. market for Androgel and its generic equivalents by delaying the onset of generic competition.
In RE: ConAgra Peanut Butter Products Liability Litigation
This litigation involves claims that defendant, ConAngra Foods, Inc., manufactured, distributed, and/or sold defective and unreasonably dangerous food products containing Salmonella and neglected to comply with all applicable state and federal regulations intended to ensure the purity and safety of its food product.