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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that certain statements made by Rexall regarding their glucosamine supplements were in fact false.  

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Marlboro Light cigarettes, manufactured by Philip Morris, were falsely advertised as having "less tar" and being "safer" than regular cigarettes in Massachusetts from November 1994 to November 1998 in violation of state law.

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The American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology are two entities manage the cultivation of human eggs for reproductive purposes. This lawsuit alleges that these two entities violated federal anti-trust laws by fixing the price they would pay women for their human eggs.

This lawsuit alleges that Group Health Cooperative unlawfully placed quantitative visit limits on mental health services that would be covered for a five year old plan beneficiary, in violation of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act.

These lawsuits allege that Merck violated state law in the marketing of its drug Januvia as the company failed to warn of increased risk of pancreatic cancer.

These lawsuits allege that the manufacturer of the drug Xarelto failed to properly warn of risks of internal bleeding.


Invokana, Invokamet, Jardiance, Xigduo XR,  Farxiga, and Glyxambi are drugs used to treat Type 2 diabetes. An investigation is now looking into possible connections between these drugs and a serious condition called ketoacidosis.

Onglyza Lawsuits

This mass tort investigation alleges that the diabetes drug Onglyza can raise the risk of pancreatic cancer in patients and cause heart failure and death. Onglyza is made by AstraZeneca and has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of Type 2 diabetes. 

These lawsuits allege that Zofran can cause undisclosed birth defects when a pregnant woman takes the drug.

These lawsuits allege that the manufacturer of Eliquis failed to properly disclose the risks of internal bleeding.