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  • July 24, 2024

    Red Lobster Accused Of Shorting Wages With Tip Credit

    Red Lobster has not been paying its tipped employees all their wages owed, a worker claimed in a proposed collective action in Maryland federal court, saying the seafood chain made them perform excessive non-tip-generating work that drove their take-home pay below minimum wage.

  • July 23, 2024

    Meet The Lead Ozempic Lawyers

    The recently deceased U.S. District Judge Gene E.K. Pratter this past spring appointed plaintiff leadership in litigation over Ozempic and similar drugs over allegations that the medications cause gastrointestinal issues. Here's who's who in the list of plaintiffs' leaders.

  • July 23, 2024

    Families Seek Class Cert. In Premera Teen Trans Care Case

    The families of transgender teens are seeking class certification in a case accusing Premera Blue Cross of age and sex discrimination after denying coverage for gender-affirming chest surgery because the teens are under 18, according to a motion filed in Washington federal court.

  • July 23, 2024

    Chancery Ends Challenge To $12.5B Qualtrics' SAP Sale

    Saying it was not reasonably conceivable that he would find software giant SAP and Qualtrics International Inc. directors liable for damages after Qualtrics' $12.5 billion sale to Silver Lake Capital despite a superficially better offer, a Delaware vice chancellor on Tuesday dismissed a stockholder challenge to the deal.

  • July 23, 2024

    ​​​​​​​Madonna Tells DC Judge Late Show Suit Already Failed In NY

    Madonna and venue management company Monumental Sports & Entertainment asked a D.C. federal judge to toss a lawsuit claiming that the pop singer kept concert attendees waiting for hours before taking the stage in Washington, D.C., saying the proposed class action should fare no better than a similar suit in New York that was dropped last month.

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