Deceptive Trade Practice

Did Your D.C. Landlord Fail to Tell You About a Problem with Your Rented Property or Charge You an Improper Fee? You May Have a Strong Legal Claim

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Some D.C. landlords are notorious for renting properties that turn out to have serious problems like water damage, mold, and vermin. They also may charge improper fees such as for water when utilities were supposed to be included in the monthly rent amount. If you have experienced this or other misconduct by a landlord, you […]

Civil Rights

Judge Issues Landmark Opinion in Jail Starvation Class Action. Case Set for Trial.

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On Thursday, November 11, 2019, a class action lawsuit brought by plaintiffs Perry Hill and James Rogers, alleging that the Montgomery County Jail in upstate New York provided inadequate nutritional sustenance to detainees and prisoners, survived Defendant’s motion for summary judgment. Trial is scheduled to begin on February 24, 2020. In her opinion, the Hon. […]

Deceptive Trade Practice

Teens and Parents Sue JUUL

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Teens got addicted. Now they are looking for Juul to change its ways and pay damages. The Food and Drug Administration has acknowledged that there is an e-cigarette epidemic upon us. More and more teens are addicted to vaping devices, including most prominently the Juul e-cigarette. This is a small, discrete e-cigarette that looks like […]

Civil Rights

Jail Starvation Case Granted Class Action Status

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On Monday August 20, 2018, a lawsuit brought by plaintiffs Perry Hill and James Rogers, alleging that the Montgomery County Jail in upstate New York provided inadequate nutritional sustenance to detainees and prisoners, received class action status.  In her opinion, the Hon. Brenda Sannes of the federal district court for the Northern District of New […]

Wage Theft

Trinity IHOP Owes Servers Pay, Federal Class Action Alleges

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UPDATE: Federal Judge Approves Collective Action Settlement Trinity IHOP Owes Servers Pay, Federal Class Action Alleges Migliaccio & Rathod LLP currently represents a former IHOP server who worked at Trinity Restaurant Group in a federal court lawsuit that alleges Trinity forced servers to attend unpaid mandatory meetings and also to spend a large amount of […]

Environmental

Livestock Air Pollution Class Action Investigation

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Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is investigating the loss of enjoyment of property, and possible health hazards, experienced by residents who live by livestock feedlots. For example, Minnesota residents in Goodhue County allege that the neighboring feedlot is violating air quality standards with excessive odorous fumes. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA), a regulatory body that […]

Uncategorized

Hyland’s Homeopathic Teething Tablets Under Investigation

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Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is investigating potential legal claims against Hyland’s for its “homeopathic” teething tablets, which according to adverse event reports from the FDA, have been linked to 400 instances of serious infant illnesses, including seizures and vomiting, as well as 10 deaths. On April 7, 2017, the FDA requested that Hyland’s Baby Teething Tablets […]