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Fraudulent Concealment

Box of Zantac

This complaint concerns a drug brand-named Zantac, and names as defendants maker Sanofi US, LLC, distributor Chattem, Inc., and sellers CVS Health Co. (formerly CVS Caremark) and Dollar Tree Stores, Inc. The complaint alleges that the drug contains “dangerously high levels or N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA).

Ford 2017 F-350 Truck

The complaint for this class action is a massive document of over 860 pages. It alleges that Ford knew it should not use Bosch’s CP4 fuel pump in its diesel vehicles, but did so anyway. What was wrong with the CP4? Because US diesel fuel differs from European, the fuel pump does not work as it’s intended and eventually causes engine damage.

FIGS Gray Health Care Pants with Turquoise Waist Tie

FIGS, Inc. has claimed that its health care clothing can kill bacteria and infection, the complaint for this class action says. That would be a real advantage to health care workers—but is it true? The complaint claims that it is not.

Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 in Flight

The relationship between Southwest Airlines Co. and the Boeing Company was special, according to the complaint for this class action. And when Boeing brought out the flawed 737 MAX 8, the complaint alleges, Southwest helped cover up the plane’s fatal deficiencies. 

Wayfair Bed

Imagine buying a new bed and finding it infested with bedbugs. The complaint for this class action alleges that that’s what happened to plaintiff Lekisha Nicholas when she ordered a bed from Wayfair.

Anthem Logo

WellStar is “Georgia’s largest health care provider,” says the complaint for this class action. That’s why the complaint alleges that various Anthem insurers were deceitful in giving the impression that WellStar would be an in-network provider for the coming year for its Pathway Health Plan. The complaint claims breach of contract, breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and fraudulent concealment, among other things.

Pair of Combat Arms Earplugs

It’s a little alarming to hear that a set of earplugs designed for combat situations actually amplifies noise when inserted in a certain position. The complaint for this class action claims that 3M Company, Inc.’s Combat Arms earplugs are defective and that 3M knew this when it applied for a contract with the US military. 

Football Player Tumbling on Head

Is the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) responsible for not adequately warning college football players about brain injuries? Can a class action successfully address this? This class action brings suit against the NCAA as well as the University of La Verne (ULV) by a former college athlete who played for ULV from 1992-1994.