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Featured Investigations

  • Chlorpyrifos Linked to Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Children
    Chlorpyrifos is a widely used insecticide (meant to kill bugs) that is linked to serious neurodevelopmental disorders in children in utero and during the early developmental years. Recent studies have revealed a strong correlation between exposure to Chlorpyrifos and epilepsy, intellectual disabilities, autism, ADD, ADHD, memory problems, childhood tremors, diminished cognitive ability, delays in motor development...

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  • Renovate America HERO Loan Program
    Renovate America is the largest lender in Property Assessed Clean Energy, or “PACE” loan program; its loans are marketed to consumers as “HERO financing.”  Lenders in the PACE program team up with local governments to make loans to consumers to purchase solar panels and other energy-efficient appliances.   The three states with active residential PACE programs...

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  • Monsanto’s Roundup and Cancer
    Monsanto’s Roundup is the most popular herbicide in the world. In 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (“IARC”) found that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, was a probable carcinogen. This led IARC to classify glyphosate as a level 2A cancer-causing substance. Roundup is an important product in the lives of many farmers...

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  • Paul LLP Investigates Illegal FHA-Insured Mortgage Loan Post-Payment Interest Charges
    The Federal Housing Administration (“FHA”) offers mortgages through private lenders and banks that have a low down payment and are very popular with borrowers. From August 2, 1985 until January 21, 2015, people who took out FHA-insured mortgages were charged interest by the banks even after they had paid off their mortgages in full or...

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  • Boston Scientific Aspiration Catheter Shattering and Causing Serious Injuries/Deaths
    Boston Scientific Corporation is recalling the Fetch 2 Aspiration Catheter because the catheter shaft may break at various points along the device, before or during procedures. If breakage occurs while the device is in a patient, pieces of the catheter may block blood supply to the heart or blood vessels. This could result in the need...

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  • General Aviation Accidents
    General Aviation consists of commercial flights, helicopters, and personal flights. Commercial aviation is what you typically think of—large passenger airlines carrying hundreds of people. But commercial aviation also includes smaller operations such as air ambulance and air taxi services. Personal flights can refer to an individual piloting his own plane for a weekend trip, a...

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  • Independent Contractors
    Paul LLP is investigating independent contractor cases. If you have been classified as an independent contractor, rather than an employee, you may be entitled to damages, including overtime pay.

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  • Transvaginal Mesh Litigation
    Paul LLP is investigating transvaginal mesh cases. The Food & Drug Administration has issued a warning about the use of transvaginal mesh to treat pelvic organ prolapse, finding that there is no conclusive evidence that it works better than not using mesh, and more importantly, exposes women to serious complications, including mesh protruding out of the vaginal tissue (erosion), pain, infection, bleeding, pain during sexual intercourse, organ perforation from tools used in the mesh placement, and urinary problems. Thousands of women have experienced these problems with transvaginal mesh.

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  • Delivery Drivers
    Paul LLP is investigating delivery driver cases. If you drive your own personal vehicle to deliver food or other items for your employer, you may be entitled to damages for violation of minimum wage laws.

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Featured Cases

  • Wells Fargo Mortgage Modification Lawsuit

    We, along with Gibbs Law Group in Oakland, California, filed a class action lawsuit against Wells Fargo Home Mortgage for wrongfully denying mortgage modifications to homeowners in need. The Complaint can be read HERE. Between September and October 2018, Wells Fargo sent letters to approximately 870 customers who had applied for a mortgage modification between…

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  • Paul LLP Files Against H&R Block for Antitrust Violations

    Paul LLP, along with Hartley LLP in San Diego, California, have filed an antitrust class action on behalf of individuals who work or have worked for H&R Block, a tax preparation services company and franchisor, for unlawfully conspiring to suppress the wages of its employees through agreements with its franchisees not to compete for workers…

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  • Benton, et al. v. Deli Management, Inc. d/b/a Jason’s Deli

    Deli Management, Inc. d/b/a “Jason’s Deli” operates approximately 158 Jason’s Deli restaurants in Georgia, Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin. Deli Management employs delivery drivers who use their own automobiles to deliver food to Defendant’s customers. A lawsuit has been filed in the United States District Court for the District…

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  • Syngenta

    Case Update: December 7, 2018: In November, the Court held a hearing and indicated orally that it would grant final approval to the settlement. The settlement administrator is now in the process of finalizing individual damage awards for each farmer that submitted a claim. The award will be based primarily on the number of acres…

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