Class Certified in Medicaid Home-Care Services Reduction Case

The Southern District of New York certified a class for the class action suit against New York State’s Human Resources Administration based on the reduction of 24-hour home care services for people already receiving the service.  The class consists of, among others, current Medicaid recipients wh...
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Cooley and New York Law School Students Fight Back from their Alma Mater’s Alleged Embellishment of Post-Graduation Employment Rates

A class action lawsuit filed this past Wednesday against Thomas M. Cooley Law School and New York Law School by several of its former students asserts claims that both schools are guilty of overstating and amplifying their post-graduate employment and salary statistics. These students are alleging t...
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Wal-Mart Prevails: Supreme Court denies Sex-Discrimination Class Action suit of 1.6 million women

The Supreme Court, overturning a decision by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, ruled in favor of the retail giant. The Court dismissed the class action suit brought on behalf of 1.6 million of Wal-Mart’s past and current female employees. Alleging that they had encountered a glass ceiling in ...
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