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             Thursday, May 29, 2014, Vol. 16, No. 106

                             Headlines


15-21 CROOKE: Sued for Failing to Pay OT and Minimum Wages
ADVANCED EMISSIONS: Glancy Binkow Files Class Action in Colorado
APPLE INC: Michael Devine Taps Girard Gibbs in Settlement Fight
APPLE INC: Judge Tosses Bulk of Address Book Snooping Class Suit
ARTIMPLANT AB: Settles 52 Cases in Artelon Litigation

ASSET RECOVERY: Faces "Woods" Suit Alleging FDCPA Violations
BAI BRANDS: Sued Over Failure to List Antioxidant Content
BED HANDLES: Recalls Portable Bed Handles Over Strangulation Risk
BELLEVILLE FARMER'S: Recalls Shelled Walnuts Due to Listeria Risk
BLUE MOUNTAINS: Bushfire Victims to Launch Class Action

BRUNKOW CHEESE: Recalls Jalapeno Pepper Raw Milk Cheddar Cheese
CARTWRIGHT MEDIATION: Faces "Lamb" Suit Alleging FDCPA Violation
CHAPARROS MEXICAN: Misbranding Prompts Beef Products Recall
CHIEFTON ENTERPRISES: "Byard" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Wages
COMMONWEALTH BANK: Investors File $200-Mil. Class Action

DCI BIOLOGICALS: Fails to Pay Regular Wages & Overtime, Suit Says
FACEBOOK INC: May Face Class Action Over Baba Jukwa Page
FAIRWAY GROUP: Failed to Pay OT & Minimum Wages, "Noel" Suit Says
GE CAPITAL: Lemberg Law Firm Files TCPA Class Action
GENERAL MOTORS: Faces "Levine" Suit Over Faulty Ignition Switches

GMX RESOURCES: July 31 Settlement Fairness Hearing Set
HILDA DEMIRJIAN: Did Not Pay Minimum Wages to Class, Suit Claims
KB KOOKMIN: Law Firms Mull Credit Card Data Breach Class Actions
KIND HEALTHY: Recalls Strong & Kind Bars & Pumpkin Seeds Bars
LEIGHTON HOLDINGS: Settles Investor Class Action for $70 Million

MANTECH INTERNATIONAL: Mechanics Sue Over Contracts' Termination
MIDFIRST BANK: Settles Flood Insurance Class Action for $2.7MM
MIDLAND CREDIT: Sued Over Abusive Practices in Collecting Debts
MONSANTO COMPANY: Faces "Crouch" Class Suit in Eastern Arkansas
MONSTER BEVERAGE: Removed "Marshall" Suit to N.D. California

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE: Faces "Alderman" Suit Over FDCPA Violations
NATIONAL COLLEGIATE: Sued Over Attempts to Abusively Collect Debt
NATIONAL COLLEGIATE: Court Won't Reconsider Class Action Ruling
NATROL PRODUCTS: Class Action Over Misleading Tea Ad Can Proceed
NEW YORK, NY: NYPD Sergeants Sue Over Unpaid Overtime Under FLSA

NORFOLK, VA: Settles Police Officers' OT Class Action for $3MM
NQ MOBILE: "Hsieh" Suit Transferred From Texas to S.D. New York
PALEROS INC: Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Wages and Penalties
PANERA BREAD: Florida Franchisee Faces Overtime Class Action
PHILADELPHIA: June 3 Fairness Hearing on "Autism Shuffle" Accord

PLY GEM: Robbins Geller Files Securities Class Action in New York
PREMERA BLUE: Settles Suit Over Autism Neurodevelopmental Therapy
PRIME PAK: Misbranding, Allergens Prompt Chicken Products Recall
RIGHT CHOICE: Sued Over Violation of Fair Labor Standards Act
ROYAL BAHAMAS: Accused of Placing Pre-Recorded Telemarketing Call

SAFEWAY INC: Robbins Arroyo Files Class Action in California
SCHNEIDER LOGISTICS: Settles Class Action for $21 Million
SHERMAN PRODUCE: Recalls Bulk & Packaged Walnuts Due to Listeria
SHINOBI NY: "Lazala" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Wages
STATE FARM: Crawford Auto Center Files RICO Class Action

SUBWAY SANDWICHES: Removed "Bacon" Class Suit to E.D. Tennessee
SUN TREE: Recalls 12oz Packaged California Grown Shelled Walnuts
TARGET CORP: Data Breach Class Actions Consolidated
TRANSATLANTIC FOODS: Recalls 449,000 lbs Pork Products
TRANSATLANTIC FOODS: Recalls 222,000 lbs Pork and Poultry Products

TREASURY WINE: Seeks Suspension of Profit Warning Class Action
TWIN TOWERS: Failed to Properly Pay Overtime Wages, Suit Claims
UNITEDHEALTHCARE INC: Removed "Meinders" Suit to S.D. Illinois
WAL-MART STORES: Faces Class Action in Calif. Over Unpaid Wages
WHOLE FOODS: Recalls Thai Soba Noodle Salad in Five States

WOLVERINE PACKING: Recalls Ground Beef Products Due to E. Coli

* Number of Securities Class Actions Rising in Australia


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15-21 CROOKE: Sued for Failing to Pay OT and Minimum Wages
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Ricardo Agostos, on behalf of himself and all others similarly
situated, v. 15-21 Crooke, LLC, et al, Case No.  1:14-cv-02842
(E.D.N.Y., May 6, 2014), is brought against the Defendants for
violating the overtime and minimum wage provision of the Fair
Labor Standards Act and New York Labor Law.

15-21 Crooke, LLC, is a New York limited liability company located
at 5712 New Utrecht Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11219. Crooke owns
several residential properties in the State of New York.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Anthony Patrick Malecki, Esq.
      LAW OFFICES OF BORRELLI & ASSOCIATES
      1010 Northern Blvd Ste 328
      Great Neck, NY 11021
      Telephone: (516) 248-5550
      Facsimile: (516) 248-6027
      E-mail: apm@employmentlawyernewyork.com


ADVANCED EMISSIONS: Glancy Binkow Files Class Action in Colorado
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Glancy Binkow & Goldberg LLP, representing investors of Advanced
Emissions Solutions, Inc. on May 19 disclosed that it has filed a
class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the
District of Colorado on behalf of a class comprising all
purchasers of Advanced Emissions Solutions securities between
March 14, 2013 and April 23, 2014, inclusive.

Please contact Glancy Binkow & Goldberg LLP, toll-free at (888)
773-9224 or at (212) 682-5340, or by email to
shareholders@glancylaw.com to discuss this matter.

Advanced Emissions Solutions, together with its subsidiaries,
provides environmental technologies and specialty chemicals to the
coal-burning electric power generation industry primarily in the
United States.  The Complaint alleges that, throughout the Class
Period, defendants misrepresented and/or failed to disclose that:

   -- The Company had applied the wrong methodology to recognize
      revenue on its Emissions Control business segment contracts
      and made material errors in its accruals.

   -- The Company's revenue and financial results were overstated.

   -- The Company's financial statements were not prepared in
      accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

   -- The Company's financial statements were materially false and
      misleading at all relevant times.

On March 13, 2014, Advanced Emissions Solutions announced that it
would postpone its 2013 fourth quarter and year-end news release
and conference call, and that an ongoing review of the Company's
accounting practices, particularly its methods of recognizing
revenue for its Emissions Control business segment contracts,
"will likely result in increased operating losses, primarily
driven by a reduction of revenues and margins for its emission
control segment with a corresponding increase in backlog for the
same period."

Then, on April 24, 2014, Advanced Emissions Solutions filed a
current report with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Form
8-K and issued a press release announcing that the Audit Committee
of the Company's Board of Directors had determined that the
Company's quarterly financial statements filed with the SEC for
the quarters ended March 31, 2013, June 30, 2013 and September 30,
2013, should no longer be relied upon.  According to the Form 8-K,
the Company should have applied the cost to cost methodology to
measure progress in its Emissions Control business segment
contracts rather than labor hours, which resulted in errors in the
reported revenue for those contracts.  The Company also identified
errors in its accruals, including accrual for interest expense
associated with deferred taxes related to installment gains, and
determined that its 2011 and 2012 financial statements will be
re-audited.

If you are a member of the Class described above, you may move the
Court no later than June 30, 2014, to serve as lead plaintiff, if
you meet certain legal requirements.  To be a member of the Class
you need not take any action at this time; you may retain counsel
of your choice or take no action and remain an absent member of
the Class.  If you wish to learn more about this action, or have
any questions concerning this announcement or your rights or
interests with respect to these matters, please contact
Michael Goldberg, Esquire, of Glancy Binkow & Goldberg LLP, 1925
Century Park East, Suite 2100, Los Angeles, California 90067, Toll
Free at (888) 773-9224, or contact Gregory Linkh, Esquire, of
Glancy Binkow & Goldberg LLP at 122 E. 42nd Street, Suite 2920,
New York, New York 10168, at (212) 682-5340, by e-mail to
shareholders@glancylaw.com or visit our website at
http://www.glancylaw.com

If you inquire by email please include your mailing address,
telephone number and number of shares purchased.


APPLE INC: Michael Devine Taps Girard Gibbs in Settlement Fight
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Marisa Kendall, writing for The Recorder, reports that
Michael Devine, former named plaintiff in the "no poach" antitrust
suit, has enlisted Girard Gibbs in his fight against the
settlement made public last week.

The tentative $324.5 million pact, which frees Google Inc., Intel
Corp., Adobe Systems Inc. and Apple Inc. from allegations they
kept down wages by conspiring not to hire each others' employees,
was submitted to the court on May 22.  Instead of signing onto the
settlement, Mr. Devine, a former Adobe engineer, has retained
Girard Gibbs partners Dena Sharp and Daniel Girard.  In so doing,
Mr. Devine dumps his former counsel at Lieff Cabraser Heimann &
Bernstein and the Joseph Saveri Law Firm.

"He opposes the settlement based on the strength of the evidence
and ability of the defendants to pay a greater amount,"
Girard Gibbs associate Elizabeth Kramer said.  She said Mr. Devine
will submit a brief in response to the motion for settlement
approval.

The proposed settlement asks the court to award each named
plaintiff $80,000.  They, as well as the rest of the class, will
also receive a sliding percentage of the settlement as determined
by their base salary.  Counsel will file a subsequent motion for
attorney fees, which won't ask for more than the Ninth Circuit
benchmark 25 percent in fees or more than $1.2 million in cost
reimbursements.

The plaintiffs reached a $20 million settlement last year with
Lucasfilm Ltd., Pixar Animation Studios Inc. and Intuit Inc.
Plaintiffs lawyer Joseph Saveri said combined the agreements may
be one of the largest employment settlements ever.

"We think the defendants' agreement to pay in total $344.5 million
is a significant sum of money and it goes a long way to compensate
the victims," Mr. Saveri said.

Devine voiced his objections earlier this month, telling U.S.
District Judge Lucy Koh, who is presiding over the antitrust case
in San Jose federal court, the proposed settlement would let the
tech giants off far too easily.

But his objection doesn't mean the settlement is unfair, attorneys
with Lieff Cabraser and the Joseph Saveri Law Firm argue.

"As the Ninth Circuit has explained, 'class counsel ultimately owe
their fiduciary responsibility to the class as a whole and are
therefore not bound by the views of the named plaintiffs regarding
any settlement,'" they wrote, quoting Staton v. Boeing.

One additional class member and two nonclass members have also
submitted letters objecting to the settlement.  But the additional
objecting class member may withdraw his objection, according to
the motion to approve the class settlement.

Mr. Devine isn't the first named plaintiff the class action has
lost.  Former Adobe engineer Brandon Marshall, 43, was shot and
killed last year by a Santa Clara County sheriff's deputy who said
he feared for his life.  Mr. Marshall's share of the settlement
will go to his estate, according to the motion to approve.

Intel spokesman Chuck Mulloy said Intel agreed to the settlement
not to admit wrongdoing, but to avoid the risks, uncertainties and
distractions of litigation.

"We said all along in our case, there was no evidence that there
was any overarching conspiracy that involved Intel," he said.
Mr. Mulloy declined to comment on whether defendants have reached
an agreement to divvy up the cost of the settlement.

Though they had uncovered pages of incriminating emails in which
executives discussed the alleged no-recruit agreements between the
defendants, a trial still would have been risky, plaintiffs wrote.

Defendants had gotten the court to exclude a portion of expert
testimony by UCLA economic and statistics professor Edward Leamer,
who argued plaintiffs lost out on $3.06 billion in compensation
due to the defendants' no-poach agreements.  Judge Koh ruled
Mr. Leamer could not use an argument he released late in the game
to rebut defense criticism that his data is not statistically
significant.

"In addition, defendants intended to vigorously contest the
existence of a common conspiracy among them," plaintiffs attorneys
wrote in their motion to approve the settlement, "and the jury
would be faced with many complicated and contentious issues
regarding impact and damages across the class."

The settlement hearing is scheduled for June 19.


APPLE INC: Judge Tosses Bulk of Address Book Snooping Class Suit
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Andrew Scurria, writing for Law360, reports that a California
federal judge on May 14 threw out virtually all of a class action
alleging software applications distributed through Apple Inc.'s
App Store surreptitiously lifted mobile device users' contact
information, clearing Apple of consumer deception and a slew of
app developers of data theft.

In a 57-page decision, U.S. District Judge Jon S. Tigar tossed all
but one claim in a consolidated class action contending that
mobile applications from industry heavy hitters such as Facebook
Inc., Twitter Inc. and Path Inc. tapped into user contact lists on
iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches without permission.  The
plaintiffs accused Apple of encouraging app developers to engage
in improper data harvesting and conceal those product
functionalities from users.

The four member suits were filed on the February 2012 revelation
that Path's photo sharing and messaging app was secretly
plundering users' contacts and calendar information.  Path
apologized, and when lawmakers began demanding answers, Apple
revised the privacy settings on its next operating system to
disclose when apps access mobile device users' information.

As the plaintiffs alleged, Apple had misled them into buying
iDevices by paying lip service to user privacy while tacitly
encouraging covert data collection.  Judge Tigar, however, tossed
the suit's claims for violations of California consumer protection
law and for common law misrepresentation, finding little
indication that consumers relied on either a specific
representation by Apple or a long-standing advertising campaign.

Neither did Apple fail to disclose its devices' supposed
vulnerability to data theft, as the plaintiffs failed to show it
had an affirmative duty to do so, according to the order.

"Plaintiffs have failed to plead with particularity the specific
representations upon which they relied, have failed adequately to
plead a long-term and extensive advertising campaign and have
failed to satisfy the requirements for a pure nondisclosure or
concealment claim," the judge said, dismissing those claims with
leave to amend.

In so doing, the judge reversed his own April 2013 decision to
uphold one of the member suits, saying that on second glance the
complaint failed to allege reliance on a particular
representation.

Judge Tigar likewise absolved Apple of violating the California
Comprehensive Computer Data Access and Fraud Act and of claims for
strict liability design defect and failure to warn.  The judge
found no suggestion that the company's alleged encouragement of
improper data collection functionalities caused the apps to
circumvent "restrictions on access" as the CDAFA requires, and
ruled that the common law claims were barred by the economic loss
rule.

Although Apple prevailed on every claim, the judge's decision
notably declined to shield the company based on the oft-cited
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which protects Web
publishers from liability for re-posting third-party content.

Turning to the app developer defendants -- an industry who's who
spanning from Facebook to Yelp Inc. to Rovio Entertainment Ltd.,
the company behind the "Angry Birds" game -- Judge Tigar dismissed
the plaintiffs' Electronic Communications Privacy Act and Texas
and California wiretap statute claims after determining the app
developers did not "intercept" information.

The plaintiffs' Computer Fraud and Abuse Act claims also fail
because the complaint does not allege that the subject apps tapped
user devices without authorization, according to the order.

The judge did rule that the plaintiffs had a reasonable
expectation of privacy in their address books, and consequently
allowed a common law claim for intrusion upon seclusion against
the app developers to advance, saying that a jury must decide if
the alleged data collection was "highly offensive."

"While the court recognizes that attitudes toward privacy are
evolving in the age of the Internet, smartphones and social
networks, the court does not believe that the surreptitious theft
of personal contact information -- which is what the [complaint]
alleges -- has come to be qualified as 'routine commercial
behavior,'" the judge said.

The plaintiffs were granted leave to amend all of their claims.

The plaintiffs are represented by Phillips Erlewine & Given LLP,
The Law Offices Of Carl F. Schwenker, Edwards Law, Gardy & Notis
LLP, The Law Offices Of Martin S. Bakst and Kerr & Wagstaffe LLP.

Facebook is represented by Michael G. Rhodes --
rhodesmg@cooley.com -- Matthew D. Brown -- brownmd@cooley.com --
and Mazda K. Antia -- mantia@cooley.com -- of Cooley LLP. Kik is
also represented by Mazda K. Antia.  Electronic Arts is
represented by Michele Floyd, Marc J. Zwillinger and Jacob A.
Sommer of Zwillgen PLLC.  Path and the app developers are
represented by Jedediah Wakefield, Tyler G. Newby and Kathleen Lu
of Fenwick & West LLP, among others.  Apple is represented by S.
Ashlie Beringer, Joshua A. Jessen, Maia T. Perez and Jessica S. Ou
of Gibson Dunn.

The consolidated case is Opperman et al. v. Path Inc. et al., case
number 3:13-cv-00453, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern
District of California.


ARTIMPLANT AB: Settles 52 Cases in Artelon Litigation
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P.J. D'Annunzio, writing for The Legal Intelligencer, reports that
the cases surrounding the Artelon spacer, a medical device implant
that allegedly caused bone tissue to deteriorate in several
orthopaedic patients, have been settled in Philadelphia.

An order docketed May 21 by Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas
Judge Arnold New, the coordinating judge of the court's Complex
Litigation Center, said all 52 cases in the Artelon litigation
have been settled and are to be listed as "discontinued" on the
docket.

Complex Litigation Center Director Stanley Thompson said the
center does not expect to receive any more Artelon spacer cases.
Liaison counsel for the plaintiffs, David Langfitt of the Locks
Law Firm in Philadelphia, said he categorized the litigation as a
"mini-mass tort" because there were fewer than 100 total cases.

No cases went to trial or were dismissed, according to
Mr. Langfitt.  The defendants in the litigation were Sweden-based
Artimplant AB, its North American subsidiary, Artimplant USA Inc.,
and Morrisville, Pa.-based Small Bone Innovations Inc. (SBI).  The
defendants produced the spacer for treatment of severe
osteoarthritis.

"There were complications involved in this case because of foreign
insurance companies," Mr. Langfitt said, adding, "Both the Swedish
company and its subsidiary filed for bankruptcy, further
complicating the case."

Mr. Langfitt said the terms of the settlement were confidential,
but added that he and the plaintiffs "were very pleased with the
result."

According to the complaint, the plaintiffs alleged that the spacer
had the capacity to break down prematurely and also cause a
patient's immune system to treat the spacer debris as an
infection.

When that happens, "The white blood cells attack the patient's
healthy bone and cause a process known as osteolysis, which is a
degeneration or dissolution of bone tissue.  The patient suffers
increased and unanticipated pain, swelling, limitation on range of
motion, and failure of the spacer.  This condition requires
additional surgery to remove the spacer," the complaint said.

A 2004 study conducted by Artimplant revealed that 20 percent of
the patients who received the implant suffered "an adverse
inflammatory reaction," according to the complaint.  The
plaintiffs further alleged that the defendants knew or should have
known about the Artelon spacer's "defective propensities";
however, they proceeded to manufacture, promote and distribute the
product.

"There was very little clinical evidence that the device was safe
and effective for its intended use," the complaint said.  "The
defendants failed to conduct necessary tests and studies to
determine whether or not the spacer was unreasonably dangerous."
Additionally, the complaint said, the defendants failed to warn
patients and the medical community about the possible adverse
effects of the spacer, as illustrated in the results of
Artimplant's study.

In Artimplant's answer to the plaintiffs' complaint, the company
held that the spacer was safe and reliable.

"Any product sold and/or placed in the stream of commerce by
Artimplant AB as said product existed when it left its possession,
contained all elements, instructions, warnings, and devices
necessary to make it safe for its intended use and no element
making it unsafe for its use," defense papers said.

SBI also said in its response to the complaint that the spacer was
an effective product that was safe to be put on the market because
it adhered to all U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations.

"In light of the existing reasonably available medical,
scientific, and technological knowledge, the design
characteristics, if any, that allegedly caused the damages the
[plaintiffs] complain of or the alleged risk of such
characteristics, could not have been known," SBI's papers said.

SBI added that the plaintiffs' injuries were the result of failing
to follow the advice of their doctors.

Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney attorney Walter H. Swayze III
-- pswayze@smsm.com -- represented Artimplant and did not return a
call seeking comment.

Thomas P. Wagner -- tpwagner@mdwcg.com -- of Marshall Dennehey
Warner Coleman & Goggin represented SBI and declined to comment.


ASSET RECOVERY: Faces "Woods" Suit Alleging FDCPA Violations
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Dorthea Woods, on behalf of herself and all other similarly
situated consumers v. Asset Recovery Solutions, LLC, Case No.
1:14-cv-03008-NGG-JMA (E.D.N.Y., May 13, 2014) alleges violations
of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

          Adam Jon Fishbein, Esq.
          ADAM J. FISHBEIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW
          483 Chestnut Street
          Cedarhurst, NY 11516
          Telephone: (516) 791-4400
          Facsimile: (516) 791-4411
          E-mail: fishbeinadamj@gmail.com


BAI BRANDS: Sued Over Failure to List Antioxidant Content
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Tracey Hecheler, on behalf of herself and others similarly
situated, v. Bai Brands LLC d/b/a Bai 5, a New Jersey Corporation,
Case No. 1:14-cv-02848 (E.D.N.Y., May 6, 2014) is brought against
the Defendants for violation of federal, state and common law.
The plaintiff said the defendant falsely and misleadingly fails to
list the names of any of the antioxidant allegedly contained in
their products.

Bai Brands, LLC, is a New Jersey corporation locates at 1800 E.
State Street, Suite 153, Hamilton, NJ 08609.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      C.K. Lee, Esq.
      LEE LITIGATION GROUP, PLLC
      30 East 39th Street, 2nd floor
      New York, NY 10016
      Telephone: (212) 465-1188
      Facsimile: (212) 465-1181
      E-mail: cklee@leelitigation.com


BED HANDLES: Recalls Portable Bed Handles Over Strangulation Risk
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James Limbach, writing for ConsumerAffairs, reports that when
attached to an adult's bed without the use of safety retention
straps, the handle can shift out of place creating a dangerous gap
between the bed handle and the side of the mattress.  This poses a
risk of entrapment, strangulation and death.

Three women died after becoming entrapped between the mattress and
the bed handles.  They include an elderly woman, age unknown, who
died in an Edina, Minn., assisted living facility; a 41-year-old
disabled woman who died in a Renton, Wash., adult family home; and
an 81-year-old woman who died in a Vancouver, Wash., managed care
facility.

Three models recalled

The recall involves adult portable bed handles sold from 1994
through 2007 that do not have safety retention straps to secure
the bed handle to the bed frame to keep the bed handle from
shifting out of place and creating a dangerous gap.

Recalled models include the Original Bedside Assistant (BA10W),
the Travel Handles (BA11W) which is sold as a set of two bed
handles, and the Adjustable Bedside Assistant (AJ1).

The L-shaped bed handles are made out of 3/4-inch tubular steel,
measure 20 inches wide, 16 to 20 inches tall and have 3 ft. poles
that extend under the mattress.

The Original Bedside Assistant (BA10W) and the Travel Handles
(BA11W) have a white handle with white poles that go under the
mattress.  The Adjustable Bedside Assistant (AJ1) is gold in color
and has a black cushioned foam handle.

The bed handles are intended to assist adults with getting in and
out of bed by giving them a bar to grip.  Bed Handles Inc., and
the model number are printed on a white label on the bed handles.

The handles, manufactured in the U.S., were sold by home health
care stores, drug stores and medical equipment stores nationwide
and in home and health care catalogs from January 1994, through
December 2007, for about $100.

What to do

Consumers should immediately stop using all recalled bed handles
that were sold without safety retention straps, and contact Bed
Handles Inc., for free safety retention straps to secure the bed
handle to the bed frame, new assembly and installation
instructions for models BA10W/BA11W and AJ1 and a warning label to
attach to the bed handles.

The bed handles should be used only with the safety retention
straps securely in place attaching the bed handle to the bed frame
in order to prevent a gap.

Consumers may contact Bed Handles Inc., at (800) 725-6903 from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CT Monday through Friday.


BELLEVILLE FARMER'S: Recalls Shelled Walnuts Due to Listeria Risk
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Belleville Farmer's Market of Belleville, IL is recalling its
packages of Shelled Walnuts because they have the potential to be
contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, an organism which can
cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children,
frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.
Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms
such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal
pain and diarrhea, Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and
stillbirths among pregnant women.

The recalled Shelled Walnuts were distributed in our Belleville
retail stores.

The product comes in an 8 ounce, clear plastic package marked with
a Farmer's Market label indicating pack dates from March 2014
through May 2014.

No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this
problem.

The recall was initiated after FDA sampling detected Listeria
monocytogenes in walnuts sampled from a supplier. All walnuts
processed in the supplier's facility during the same timeframe as
the product found positive are being recalled.

Consumers who have purchased 8 ounce packages of Shelled Walnuts
are urged to return them to 1901 N. Belt West for a full refund.
Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1-618-235-
9500.


BLUE MOUNTAINS: Bushfire Victims to Launch Class Action
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Blue Mountains Gazette reports that victims of the October 2013
Springwood, Winmalee and Yellow Rock bushfires are launching a
class action against power company Endeavour Energy, worth an
estimated $200 million.

The lawyers leading the class action, Maddens Lawyers, will hold a
media conference at Sydney's Novotel in Haymarket.

Brendan Pendergast, a senior partner in the Victorian legal firm,
said his company had won significant compensation for victims of
the 2009 Victorian bushfires.


BRUNKOW CHEESE: Recalls Jalapeno Pepper Raw Milk Cheddar Cheese
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Brunkow Cheese of Darlington, Wisconsin, is voluntarily recalling
its 8 ounce tubs of Fayette Creamery brand Jalapeno Pepper Raw
Milk Cheddar Cold Pack Cheese Spread because they may contain an
undeclared soy ingredient. People who have allergies or severe
sensitivity to soy run the risk of serious or life-threatening
allergic reaction if they consume these products.

The recalled Jalapeno Raw Milk Cheddar Cold Pack Cheese Spreads
are distributed nationwide in retail stores and through direct
sales on premise at Brunkow Cheese and at farmers markets.

The product comes in 8 ounce, clear plastic tubs marked with one
of the following Sell By Dates and codes on the bottom:

05211411
04051408
06191415
06191416
06191417
06261411
06261412
07071413
07071414
08061410
08121406
08121407
08281413
08281414
08281415
08281416
09201411
10031410
10111404
10171408
10171409
10251413
11011406
11151409

No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this
problem.

The recall was initiated after it was discovered that the soy
containing product was distributed with a label that did not
reveal the presence of soy.  Subsequent investigation indicates
the problem was caused by an over-sight in the company's labeling
process.

Production of the product has been suspended until Brunkow Cheese
is certain the problem has been corrected.

Consumers who have the recalled product are urged to return the
product to the place of purchase for a full refund.  Consumers
with questions may contact Brunkow Cheese at 608-776-3716 Monday
through Friday, 8am to 4pm.


CARTWRIGHT MEDIATION: Faces "Lamb" Suit Alleging FDCPA Violation
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Shadel Lamb, individually and on behalf of all others similarly
situated v. Cartwright Mediation Firm, Angela Carroll, S.T.
Carson-Stevens, III, John Doe, Individuals 1-10, unknown employees
of Cartwright Mediation Firm, and John Doe Company, Corporation,
or Other Entity, Names and addresses currently unknown, Case No.
1:14-cv-00389-TSB (S.D. Ohio, May 13, 2014) alleges violations of
the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

          Christian A. Jenkins, Esq.
          Niroshan M. Wijesooriya, Esq.
          Paul J. Minnillo, Esq.
          MINNILLO & JENKINS CO., LPA
          2712 Observatory Avenue
          Cincinnati, OH 45208
          Telephone: (513) 723-1600
          Facsimile: (513) 723-1620
          E-mail: cjenkins@minnillojenkins.com
                  nirow1@yahoo.com
                  pjminnillo@minnillojenkins.com


CHAPARROS MEXICAN: Misbranding Prompts Beef Products Recall
-----------------------------------------------------------
Chaparros Mexican Foods Inc., a Vista, Calif., establishment is
recalling approximately 568,503 pounds of beef products due to
misbranding and an undeclared allergen, the U.S. Department of
Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced
today.  The products were formulated with hydrolyzed milk protein,
a known allergen, which is not declared on the product label.

The following products are subject to recall:

     100 lb. cases containing 20lb. bags, five per case, diced
beef for broiling labeled "Alberto's Meat Shop"

     100 lb. cases containing 20lb. bags, five per case, sliced
beef for broiling labeled "Alberto's Meat Shop"

     60 lb. cases containing beef trim labeled "Alberto's Meat
Shop"

     100 lb. cases containing 20lb. bags, five per case, beef
chorizo labeled "Alberto's Meat Shop"

The products were produced between November 1, 2013 and May 15,
2014.  The production date is stamped in black ink on the outer
case label.  The products were sold to restaurants in Southern
California and a federally inspected processing facility.

FSIS personnel discovered the problem while checking product
labels in preparation for scheduled sampling to test for
pathogens. Anyone concerned about a reaction should contact a
healthcare provider. FSIS and the company have received no reports
of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products.  When
available, the retail distribution list will be posted on the FSIS
website at www.fsis.usda.gov/recalls

FSIS routinely conducts recall effectiveness checks to ensure that
steps are taken to make certain that the product is no longer
available to consumers. When available, the retail distribution
list(s) will be posted on the FSIS website at:
http://www.fsis.usda.gov/recalls

Media and consumers with questions about the recall should contact
Julia Silva, office manager, Chaparros Mexican Foods Inc., (760)
631-6080.

Consumers with food safety questions can "Ask Karen," the FSIS
virtual representative available 24 hours a day at AskKaren.gov or
via smartphone at m.askkaren.gov. The toll-free USDA Meat and
Poultry Hotline 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) is available in
English and Spanish and can be reached from l0 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(Eastern Time) Monday through Friday. Recorded food safety
messages are available 24 hours a day. The online Electronic
Consumer Complaint Monitoring System can be accessed 24 hours a
day at: http://www.fsis.usda.gov/reportproblem


CHIEFTON ENTERPRISES: "Byard" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Wages
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Amanda Byard, individually and on behalf of others similarly
situated persons, v. Chiefton Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a Reliable
Logistic Services, Case Number 4:14-cv-00407 (W.D. Mo., May 6,
2014), seeks to recover unpaid wages and overtime owed to the
Plaintiffs and all others similarly situated workers under the
Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 U.S.C. section 201 et seq.

Chiefton Enterprises, Inc., is a Texas Corporation, whose
corporate status was administratively dissolved in Missouri on
March 24, 2004, and whose corporate status was similarly
administratively dissolved in Utah and Colorado. It provides
services in the United States, including Missouri, Colorado, Utah
and Texas.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

       Michael A Hodgson, Esq.
       THE HODGSON LAW FIRM, L.L.C.
       6 NW Main St, Lee's Summit, MO 64063
       Telephone: (913) 890-3529
       E-mail: mike@thehodgsonlawfirm.com


COMMONWEALTH BANK: Investors File $200-Mil. Class Action
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Hannah Low, writing for The Sydney Morning Herald, reports that
Commonwealth Bank of Australia could face a class action brought
by thousands of disgruntled investors who lost millions following
bad financial planning advice and systemic manipulation.  If an
action is brought, the bank could face a damages claim of up to
$200 million following an investigation by plaintiff law firm
Shine Lawyers.

The allegations were revealed earlier this month in a joint
Fairfax and Four Corners investigation which laid bare the conduct
of banned financial planner Rollo Sheriff, and the millions lost
by his clients.  Following the press coverage Shine was approached
by a number of investors who had lost money through the financial
planning arm of the bank due to "bad financial advice", according
to Shine partner Sasha Ivantsoff.

"Shine is now investigating a potential class action on behalf of
up to 3000 investors whose money was placed into Commonwealth Bank
of Australia products through its wholly owned subsidiaries
Financial Wisdom, Commonwealth Financial Planning, Colonial Life
Insurance, CommInsure and Colonial First State Investments,"
Mr. Ivantsoff said.

If a class action were to be brought it would solidify the fears
of corporate Australia and non-executive directors that negative
press has the ability to translate into a damages suit, creating
exposure for the company and a diversion of management time as
well as reputational damage and ongoing legal costs.

In the case of CBA, the compensation figure of $200 million would
be harmful to the company in itself, as well as the lost business
associated with the financial planning arm and the negative
publicity associated with alleged systemic manipulation.

A spokesperson for the bank said CBA does not comment on rumor and
speculation.

Liability under license

While no exact case has yet been formulated, Mr. Ivantsoff said
the investigation will focus on the liability of CBA for the
advice given to investors in relation to its Australian financial
services license and the responsibility which flows from that. It
is expected to take about one month.

A number of clients who lost money believed they were dealing with
CBA, Mr. Ivantsoff said, and "the products sold to them were by
and large CBA products, particularly CBA margin loans, CBA
insurance products or other CBA investment products".

"At no stage did the CBA, or anyone else, advise them that they
were dealing with anyone other than CBA," he said, which is most
likely to amount to a misrepresentation or product liability case.

CBA owns Financial Wisdom, which held the financial services
license for Meridien Wealth, out of which Mr. Sheriff practiced
until 2010 when he was banned by the Australian Securities and
Investments Commission (ASIC), and was therefore could be liable
for the standard of advice dished out.

"This liability could include breaches of fiduciary duty, breach
of the duty to use reasonable care and skill in providing the
advice, misleading or deceptive conduct or unconscionable
conduct," Mr. Ivantsoff said.

The crux of the claims against Mr. Sheriff that form the basis of
the investigation are that he cultivated investors who agreed to
invest their life savings with him in safe products, before later
advising them to shift to high-risk, high-fee paying CBA products.
This, it is alleged, was inappropriate advice causing clients to
lose millions of dollars.

An allegation which has the potential to be extremely damaging is
the suggestion that manipulation of clients risk profiles was
systemic, and planners were able to override the profile in order
to invest in riskier products.  An inter-company memo allegedly
"contains a direction to staff on the basis that all plans
including a proposal for a margin loan are to be prepared on the
basis that the client would be servicing the loan 'irrespective of
the actuality'," Mr. Ivantsoff said.

"This was the way in which the rogue planners beat the system to
put clients into geared products when such products were
unsuitable for those clients."

Compensation 'not adequate'

CBA has since sold the subsidiary Meridien Wealth, which is now
owned by Premium Wealth Management and headed by David Adiseshan,
who is assisting Shine Lawyers with their investigation.  It is
not the only litigation Commonwealth is facing over its financial
planning business: the bank has also come under fire for rogue
financial planner Don Nguyen, who allegedly lost clients millions
of dollars.

Maurice Blackburn launched a class action on behalf of investors
against the bank, alleging breach of contract and misleading and
deceptive conduct under ASIC legislation, but the claims were
resolved out of court once a favorable compensation regime was
offered by the bank.

A senate inquiry was subsequently commenced with hearings taking
place last year.

Some clients in both Mr. Sheriff's and Mr. Nguyen's schemes
accepted compensation offers and are now bound by confidentiality,
but Mr. Ivantsoff said there are plenty who have not taken up
those offers.

Ninety-eight investors who bought into an unsuccessful biodiesel
scheme run by Mr. Sheriff have been compensated to some extent,
"but we are not convinced that the compensation was adequate and
there may be a basis to set aside settlement agreements on a
Contracts Review Act or unconscionable conduct basis",
Mr. Ivantsoff said.

Others who were advised into double- or triple-gearing assets, or
who entered into margin loans, had not received any money.  The
biggest limit to the class action is expected to lie in the
statute of limitations which is six years, meaning claims before
2008 are not actionable.


DCI BIOLOGICALS: Fails to Pay Regular Wages & Overtime, Suit Says
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Sherri Thompson, LaShawn Morgan, Each Individually and on Behalf
of Others Similarly Situated v. DCI Biologicals Little Rock, LLC;
and DCI Biologicals, Inc., Case No. 4:14-cv-00294-DPM (E.D. Ark.,
May 13, 2014) accuses the Defendants of failing to pay the
Plaintiffs and all others similarly situated regular wages and
overtime compensation for the hours that they were/are made to
work off the clock for each single workweek, and for failing to
pay the Plaintiffs for overtime hours they worked.

DCI Biologicals Little Rock, LLC, is a private, for-profit foreign
corporation that produces plasma products at a facility in Little
Rock, Arkansas.  DCI Biologicals Inc., is a private, for-profit
foreign corporation that produces plasma products at facilities in
Little Rock, Jonesboro, Hot Springs and Texarkana, Arkansas.

The Plaintiffs are represented by:

          Chris Burks, Esq.
          Josh Sanford, Esq.
          SANFORD LAW FIRM, PLLC
          One Financial Center
          650 S. Shackleford, Suite 110
          Little Rock, AR 72211
          Telephone: (501) 221-0088
          Facsimile: (888) 787-2040
          E-mail: chris@sanfordlawfirm.com
                  josh@sanfordlawfirm.com


FACEBOOK INC: May Face Class Action Over Baba Jukwa Page
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Bulawayo24 News, citing The Herald, reports that a group of
individuals who were targeted by Baba Jukwa's Facebook page are in
contact with a South African law firm preparing a class action
lawsuit against the American social media company.  The
complainants include senior politicians, businessmen and private
individuals who claim to have been defamed by the page.

Recent revelations that the Facebook page was operated from South
Africa by two journalists, Mxolisi Ncube and Mkhululi Chimoio
finally put a face to the anonymous online character, prompting
calls for the prosecution of the duo.

The Sunday Mail reported on May 18 that the authorities are
sifting through hundreds of e-mails and investigating individuals
who supplied the Baba Jukwa syndicate with information.  It is
alleged Facebook was approached at various times to remove
defamatory content, but declined to do so.  At one time Baba Jukwa
posted that Facebook had assured him his page would not be
interfered with.

The lawsuit follows months of defamatory and threatening posts by
Mxolisi Ncube and Mkhululi Chimoio who administered the Baba Jukwa
page.  In the run-up to the 2013 harmonized elections, Baba Jukwa
threatened to kidnap the children of a Cabinet minister.  Messrs.
Ncube and Chimoio also used the page to post the phone numbers of
senior politicians, urging page followers to call and harass them.

Even individuals not in the public eye were not spared as the two
journalists posted pictures of women accusing them of being the
mistresses of senior politicians and of being HIV-positive while
others were branded homosexuals. Legal experts who spoke to The
Herald explained that Baba Jukwa's actions were in violation of
laws in South Africa, Zimbabwe and the United States as well as
Facebook's own terms of service which prohibit abusive content.

The class action could potentially grow to dozens of complainants
as efforts are reportedly underway to contact victims of the page.


FAIRWAY GROUP: Failed to Pay OT & Minimum Wages, "Noel" Suit Says
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Anel Noel, on behalf of himself and all others similarly situated,
v. Fairway Group Holdings Corp., et al, Case No. 1:14-cv-03396
(S.D.N.Y., May 6, 2014) is brought against the Defendants for
alleged violation of the overtime and minimum wage provisions
pursuant to Fair Labor Standards Act and New York Labor Law.

Fairway Group Holdings Corp., is a Delaware corporation located at
2284 12th Avenue, New York, New York 10027.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Alexander Todd Coleman, Esq.
      Michael John Borrelli, Esq.
      LAW OFFICES OF BORRELLI & ASSOCIATES
      1010 Northern Blvd., St. 328
      Great Neck, NY 11021
      Telephone: (516) 248-5550
      Facsimile: (516) 248-6027
      E-mail: atc@employmentlawyernewyork.com
              mjb@employmentlawyernewyork.com

           - and -

      Alexander Gastman, Esq.
      901 Sheridan Avenue
      Bronx, NY 10451
      Telephone: (480) 442-7862
      Facsimile: (201) 784-3946
      E-mail: alg@employmentlawyernewyork.com


GE CAPITAL: Lemberg Law Firm Files TCPA Class Action
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On behalf of Jodie Cowan and other consumers, Sergei Lemberg of
Lemberg Law has filed a class action lawsuit against GE Capital
Retail Bank in U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut. The
complaint alleges, "As part of its servicing of retail installment
contracts, GE uses automated dialing systems to bombard
unsuspecting consumers with automated calls" in violation of the
Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

The lawsuit alleges that GE Capital Retail Bank placed automated
calls to Ms. Cowan's cell phone even though she had never given
the company her cell phone number or consent to be called.  "[GE]
used its ATDS [Automated Telephone Dialing System] to make each of
the calls to [Ms. Cowan] on her cellular phone," reads the
complaint.

The class action complaint alleges that when General Electric
obtained Ms. Cowan's "telephone number by buying it from third-
party sources."  The complaint proposes that the court certify the
following class: "All persons within the United States who
received any telephone calls from Defendant or their agent(s)
and/or employee(s) to said person's cellular telephone made
through the use of any automatic telephone dialing system and/or
using an artificial or prerecorded voice within the four years
prior to the filing of this complaint where the defendant obtained
the cellular telephone number from a source other than the called
party."

The lawsuit asks the court to issue an injunction prohibiting
future violations of the TCPA, as well as statutory damages of
$500 per call or up to $1,500 per call for each "knowing and/or
willful violation of the TCPA."

This release references Cowan v. GE Capital Retail Bank (U.S.
District Court, District of Connecticut, 3:14-cv-00696).

                        About Lemberg Law

The attorneys at Lemberg Law -- http://www.LembergLaw.com--
represent consumers in Fair Debt Collection Practices Act,
Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and lemon law cases, among
others.  Sergei Lemberg can brief you about the Telephone Consumer
Protection Act, remedies available to consumers who are victims of
cell phone robocalls, and other relevant issues.


GENERAL MOTORS: Faces "Levine" Suit Over Faulty Ignition Switches
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Michael Levine v. General Motors, LLC, Case No. 1:14-cv-21752-JAL
(S.D. Fla., May 13, 2014) arises from General Motors' alleged
unconscionable failure to disclose and active concealment of a
defect in certain GM vehicles that renders them unsafe to drive
and that has killed at least 13 innocent victims and likely
hundreds more.

The defect involves a vehicles' ignition switch system over many
makes and model years, which is dangerously susceptible to failure
during normal and foreseeable driving conditions, according to the
complaint.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

          David M. Buckner, Esq.
          Seth E. Miles, Esq.
          Brett E. von Borke, Esq.
          GROSSMAN ROTH, P.A.
          2525 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Suite 1150
          Coral Gables, FL 33134
          Telephone: (305) 442-8666
          Facsimile: (305) 285-1668
          E-mail: dbu@grossmanroth.com
                  sem@grossmanroth.com
                  bvb@grossmanroth.com


GMX RESOURCES: July 31 Settlement Fairness Hearing Set
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Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP and Nix Patterson & Roach, LLP
on May 16 announced the Pendency and Proposed Settlement of Class
Action Litigation involving GMX Resources Inc.

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF
OKLAHOMA

Case No. CIV-11-520-D

SUMMARY NOTICE OF PENDENCY AND PROPOSED SETTLEMENT OF CLASS
ACTION, MOTION FOR ATTORNEYS' FEES AND EXPENSES AND FINAL APPROVAL
HEARING

TO: ALL PERSONS WHO PURCHASED OR OTHERWISE ACQUIRED GMX RESOURCES
INC. COMMON STOCK PURSUANT OR TRACEABLE TO THE COMPANY'S COMMON
STOCK OFFERINGS ON OR ABOUT MAY 13, 2009 OR OCTOBER 22, 2009.

Please read this Notice carefully. Your rights will be affected by
the Settlement of a class action lawsuit pending in this Court.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, pursuant to Rule 23 of the Federal Rules
of Civil Procedure and Order of the United States District Court
for the Western District of Oklahoma, that the above-captioned
litigation has been certified as a class action for purposes of
settlement only and that a settlement for Two Million and Seven
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,700,000) has been proposed.  A
hearing will be held before the Honorable Timothy D. DeGiusti in
the United States District Court for the Western District of
Oklahoma, U.S. Courthouse, 200 N.W. Fourth St., Oklahoma City, OK
73102, Courtroom 503, at 9:30 a.m., on July 31, 2014 to determine:
(1) whether the proposed Settlement should be approved as fair,
reasonable and adequate; (2) whether the litigation should be
dismissed with prejudice against the Settling Defendants, and the
releases specified and described in the Stipulation and Agreement
of Settlement dated as of March 25, 2014 should be granted; (3)
whether the proposed Plan of Allocation should be approved as fair
and reasonable; (4) whether Lead Counsel's application for an
award of attorneys' fees and expenses should be approved; and (5)
whether Lead Plaintiffs' request for reimbursement of costs and
expenses directly related to their representation of the
Settlement Class should be approved.

IF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE SETTLEMENT CLASS DESCRIBED ABOVE, YOUR
RIGHTS WILL BE AFFECTED AND YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO SHARE IN THE
SETTLEMENT FUND. If you have not yet received the full printed
Notice of Pendency and Proposed Settlement of Class Action, Motion
for Attorneys' Fees and Expenses and Final Approval Hearing and
Proof of Claim and Release form, you may obtain copies of these
documents by contacting the Claims Administrator by mail at
Northumberland County Retirement System, et al. v. GMX Resources
Inc., et al., c/o Strategic Claims Services, Claims Administrator,
P.O. Box 230, 600 N. Jackson Street, Suite 3, Media, PA 19063, or
by calling toll-free (866) 274-4004.  Copies of the Notice and
Proof of Claim can also be downloaded from the Claims
Administrator's website, www.strategicclaims.net

If you are a Settlement Class Member, in order to be eligible to
receive a payment under the proposed Settlement, you must submit a
Proof of Claim postmarked no later than September 8, 2014.  If you
are a Settlement Class Member and do not submit a proper Proof of
Claim, you will not be eligible to share in the distribution of
the net proceeds of the Settlement, but you will nevertheless be
bound by any judgments entered by the Court in this litigation.

If you are a Settlement Class Member, you have the right to object
to the proposed Settlement, the proposed Plan of Allocation, the
request by Lead Counsel for an award of attorneys' fees and
expenses and/or the request by Lead Plaintiffs for reimbursement
of costs and expenses directly related to their representation of
the Settlement Class.  Any objections must be filed with the Court
and delivered to Lead Counsel and designated counsel for the
Settling Defendants such that they are received no later than
July 10, 2014, in accordance with the instructions set forth in
the Notice.  If you are a Settlement Class Member, you also have
the right to exclude yourself from the Settlement Class.  Requests
for exclusion must be submitted to the Claims Administrator such
that they are received no later than July 10, 2014, in accordance
with the instructions set forth in the Notice.

PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THE COURT OR THE CLERK'S OFFICE REGARDING
THIS NOTICE. Inquiries, other than requests for the forms of the
Notice and Proof of Claim, may be made to Lead Counsel:

          Michael K. Yarnoff, Esq.
          Jennifer L. Enck, Esq.
          KESSLER TOPAZ MELTZER & CHECK, LLP
          280 King of Prussia Road
          Radnor, PA 19087
          (610) 667-7706

          Jeffrey J. Angelovich, Esq.
          Bradley E. Beckworth, Esq.
          Susan Whatley, Esq.
          NIX PATTERSON & ROACH, LLP
          205 Linda Drive
          Daingerfield, TX 75638
         (903) 645-7333

Further information may also be obtained by directing your inquiry
in writing to the Claims Administrator, Strategic Claims Services,
at the address listed above.

By Order of the Court


HILDA DEMIRJIAN: Did Not Pay Minimum Wages to Class, Suit Claims
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Natalie Wells, on behalf of herself and all others similarly-
situated v. Hilda Demirjian Laser & Spa, LLC, and Hilda Demirjian,
in her professional and individual capacities, and Nicole Sprague,
in her professional and individual capacities, Case No. 7:14-cv-
03461-NSR (S.D.N.Y., May 13, 2014) alleges that the Defendants did
not pay the Plaintiff in accordance with the minimum wage
requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act and the New York
Labor Law.

The Defendants own, operate and manage a high-end massage parlor
and spa in White Plains, New York.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

          Michael John Borrelli, Esq.
          Bradley Lee Wilson, Esq.
          Alexander Todd Coleman, Esq.
          LAW OFFICES OF BORRELLI & ASSOCIATES
          1010 Northern Blvd., Suite 328
          Great Neck, NY 11021
          Telephone: (516) 248-5550
          Facsimile: (516) 248-6027
          E-mail: mjb@employmentlawyernewyork.com
                  blw@employmentlawyernewyork.com
                  atc@employmentlawyernewyork.com


KB KOOKMIN: Law Firms Mull Credit Card Data Breach Class Actions
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Shim Jae-Woo, writing for Korea JoongAng Daily, reports that local
law firms are preparing class action suits on behalf of a number
of consumers who have suffered both physical and mental damage
from a massive personal data theft incident early this year for
which the country's three-largest credit card companies had to
take responsibility for in the past three months.

The three card companies at the heart of the recent data security
breach scandal, KB Kookmin Card, NH Nonghyup Card and Lotte Card,
resumed business on May 17 after a three-month suspension
following the uncovering of the scandal in January.  But the
security breach was unprecedented globally in terms of the amount
of personal data that was stolen last year and customers are still
apathetic.

On Jan. 8, the Changwon District Prosecutors' Office announced
that 104 million cases of data security breach had occurred when
various types of private information was by the three companies,
including credit card numbers, expiration dates and other related
data.

Two months later, prosecutors confirmed the incident had affected
the personal data of about 80 million people had been traded in
the market.  The Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) launched a
special probe of the three companies.  As a result, the financial
authority imposed a business operation suspension on the three
companies on May 17.

Although the card companies are now open for business again, they
will quite likely continue to suffer from unabating consumer
claims and about $70 million worth of lawsuits that have been
instigated so far.  New claims are expected to arise in the next
two to three years.

Though the claims are based on psychological stress caused by
breach of personal data, the card companies are refusing to
compensate for mental damages saying they will not act unless the
court tells rules against them.

Recently, Barun Law LLC -- www.barunlaw.com -- one of the top-10
ranking law firms in Korea, has started representing customers in
a class action suit.  The firm plans on publicly gathering
plaintiffs through their class action website.

Attorney Young-noh Choi, a partner at Barun, said, "Due to the
data sharing system among Korean financial institutions, personal
data of consumers who are not even customers of KB, NH or Lotte
Card, have been leaked on a massive scale.  Almost all personal
data of those who have any accounts in the country have been
exposed.  No matter whether you have a credit card or not, once
you set up a bank account with any Korean financial institution,
you definitely need to check for possible exposure."

Unlike the U.S., Korea does not have a class action model for the
plaintiffs, with only one exception for stock market related
cases, which means that the plaintiffs have always instigated
liability suits with the court on an individual basis.

Not only is this case the first of its kind in terms of the
enormity of the data breach, but the litigation model will be the
first of its kind too, with a Korean law firm gathering plaintiffs
from all over the world, collecting evidence and otherwise
providing representation -- all on an online basis.

Korea ranks number three in terms of countries that have the most
annual card usage.  It may be partly due to the fact that one
individual could be a member of several credit card companies but
the instances of data breach have reached more than double the
number of the Korean population, 50 million, as the result of the
country's data sharing system.


KIND HEALTHY: Recalls Strong & Kind Bars & Pumpkin Seeds Bars
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KIND Healthy Snacks (KIND) is voluntarily recalling STRONG & KIND
bars as well as KIND Healthy Grains Maple Pumpkin Seeds with Sea
Salt bars after learning that, contrary to KIND's strict quality
specifications, its supplier roasted pumpkin seeds using equipment
that had also been used to roast peanuts. "While we know our
supplier conducted rigorous allergen cleans before roasting the
seeds, they did not perform tests to validate that no peanut
particles remained, and KIND takes no chances when it comes to the
safety of our consumers," said John Leahy, President of KIND.

The five STRONG & KIND bars that are affected by the recall are
clearly labeled on the packaging: Roasted Jalape¤o, Honey Smoked
BBQ, Thai Sweet Chili, Honey Mustard, and Hickory Smoked. In
addition, KIND Healthy Grains Maple Pumpkin Seeds with Sea Salt
bars are also clearly labeled.

"Even though only certain lot codes may have been affected, out of
an abundance of caution, and to minimize any inconvenience for our
consumers and retail customers, we are voluntarily recalling all
of the supply of these six products currently in the marketplace"
said Leahy.

The six bars were distributed nationally in supermarkets and other
retail food and non-food outlets.

No allergic reactions to any of the bars have been reported to
date; however, people who have an allergy or sensitivity to
peanuts should not consume these products. No other KIND products
are affected, and the recalled products may be safely consumed by
those who do not have an allergy or sensitivity to peanuts.

Customers with questions or who would like product replacements or
refunds may contact the company 1 855.884.5463 Monday - Friday,
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. EST or e-mail the company at
customerservice@kindsnacks.com

This recall is being conducted in cooperation with the Food and
Drug Administration.


LEIGHTON HOLDINGS: Settles Investor Class Action for $70 Million
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Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker, writing for The Sydney Morning
Herald, report that Leighton Holdings has paid out almost $70
million dollars in compensation to settle one of several investor
class action law suits facing the company.

Fairfax Media can reveal that the firm has finalized a deal to
settle the action brought by law firm Maurice Blackburn on behalf
of about 2400 investors.

The investors are seeking compensation in connection to the
company's April 2011 decision to announce more than $1.1 billion
in write-downs, a move which caused Leighton Holdings' share price
to fall almost 14 per cent.

Last year, Maurice Blackburn alleged in a Federal Court class
action that Leighton Holdings was aware of the losses months
before it announced the write-down.  The lawsuit alleged that the
company had engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct and should
have disclosed the adverse news in 2010, well before the April
2011 announcement.  The write-downs were connected to the
company's troubled construction of Victoria's desalination plant
and Brisbane's Airport Link toll road.

In 2010, Leighton Holdings also faced significant losses in its
Middle East business ventures which contributed to the later
write-down.

Leighton Holdings chief executive Marcelino Fernandez Verdes said
in a statement: "Whilst we continue to deny the claim, the
decision to settle the class action was a commercial one, taken in
the interests of our shareholders.  Resolving these matters
permits management to focus on the operations of the business.  It
is important to note that the settlement is not an admission of
any liability or a finding of any breach of law against Leighton
or any of our executives."

Maurice Blackburn class actions principal, Rebecca Gilsenan, said
the settlement would compensate thousands of investors who claimed
that Leighton failed to disclose problems on some of the company's
key infrastructure projects.

"This settlement has occurred efficiently and early in the
litigation process, which is a great outcome for the shareholders
affected," Ms. Gilsenan said.

David Sloper, the Director of Inabu Pty Ltd, which was the lead
applicant in the case, said he was relieved to see justice done.

"People lost money they invested in good faith, and I'm grateful
that this class action has given me and others the opportunity to
recover compensation for our losses," Mr. Sloper said.

The move to settle the class action does not spell the end of
legal troubles for the company.

The Australian Federal Police and corporate watchdog ASIC are
investigating the firm over allegedly corrupt practices connected
to some of its overseas business activities.

In 2013, Fairfax Media revealed that significant governance
failures in Leighton Holdings' international empire had allowed
alleged corruption to occur across Asia and in Iraq, where the
firm paid an alleged bribe to secure an oil pipeline project in
2011.

The company is also facing other unresolved legal actions, with
Maurice Blackburn still considering whether to launch another
class action in connection to the hit suffered by shareholders
over the firm's allegedly corrupt overseas activities.

A small group of Melbourne investors have launched their own class
action in connection to the company's handling of the overseas
corruption affair.

Leighton Holdings' German-based but Spanish-controlled
shareholder, Hochtief, recently moved to complete a partial
takeover of the company and now owns 69.6 per cent of the firm's
shares.


MANTECH INTERNATIONAL: Mechanics Sue Over Contracts' Termination
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William Randall Hayes, 1244 County Road 3319, Troy, AL 36079; Kent
Nelson, 4030 E100N, Rigby, ID 83442; Clinton Sawyer, 1007 Odelle
Circle, McDonough, GA 30253; James Locklear, 2304 Lilly Drive,
Killeen, TX 76542; and Larry Hawkins, Herbststrs 6, Deining,
GERMANY, Plaintiffs on their own behalf, in the name of a
collective action pursuant to 29 U.S.C.Section 216(b) v. Man Tech
International Corporation, 12015 Lee Jackson Highway, Fairfax, VA
22033, Case No. 1:14-cv-00546-LO-IDD (E.D. Va.,
May 13, 2014) is brought pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act.

The Plaintiffs allege that Man Tech required them to enter into a
two-year contract, then, terminated the contract, without cause,
prior to the expiration of the two-year term.  The Plaintiffs add
that Man Tech fabricated the grounds for terminating their
contracts by falsely accusing them of poor job performance and
represented to others that they had performed poorly on the job.

The Plaintiffs are mechanics, who perform vehicle repair services
for Man Tech pursuant to Man Tech's contract with the United
States military.

Man Tech is a $3 billion public company that provides services to
the United States Government around the world.  Man Tech has
entered into contracts with the United States Government to make
repairs to U.S. military equipment and provide other services in
Kuwait.

The Plaintiffs are represented by:

          John F. Carroll, Esq.
          CARROLL & CARROLL, P.C.
          10513 Judicial Drive, Suite 102
          Fairfax, VA 22030
          Telephone: (703) 273-7007
          Facsimile: (703) 273-7207
          E-mail: john.carroll@carrollawoffice.com

               - and -

          Joseph A. Hennessey, Esq.
          BEINS, GOLDBERG & HENNESSEY, LLP
          2 Wisconsin Circle, Suite 700
          Chevy Chase, MD 20815
          Telephone: (240) 235-5040
          E-mail: jhennessey@bghllp.com


MIDFIRST BANK: Settles Flood Insurance Class Action for $2.7MM
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Brianna Bailey, writing for NewsOk.com, reports that MidFirst Bank
will pay $2.7 million to settle a class-action lawsuit that claims
the bank profited by forcing borrowers to purchase flood insurance
they didn't need on their homes.

A federal judge in New York gave preliminary approval to the
settlement on May 16, which covers a class of about 15,000
borrowers.  The settlement would allow Oklahoma City-based
MidFirst to resolve claims in a consolidated class-action lawsuit
against MidFirst and Citigroup Inc.  The lawsuit claims the banks
made money by forcing borrowers to purchase excessive flood
insurance coverage on their mortgaged homes.

MidFirst declined to comment in detail on the lawsuit because of
the pending settlement.  A hearing is scheduled for Sept. 26 in
Utica, N.Y., for the court to give final approval to the
settlement and award any attorneys fees and other costs in the
case.

"The settlement reached is satisfactory to the parties, and the
parties look forward to the court's approval of the settlement,"
MidFirst said in a statement.


MIDLAND CREDIT: Sued Over Abusive Practices in Collecting Debts
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Stephen Matysek, on behalf of himself and all others similarly
situated v. Midland Credit Management, Inc., and Midland Funding,
LLC, and John Does 1-25, Case No. 2:14-cv-03050-WJM-MF (D.N.J.,
May 13, 2014) is brought for damages arising from the Defendants'
alleged violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, which
prohibits debt collectors from engaging in abusive, deceptive and
unfair practices.

Midland Credit Management, Inc., and Midland Funding, LLC, are
foreign corporations with their executive offices located in San
Diego, California.  The Defendants use the mail, telephone, and
facsimile and regularly engage in business the principal purpose
of which is to attempt to collect debts alleged to be due another.
The Doe Defendants are currently unknown.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

          Joseph K. Jones, Esq.
          Benjamin J. Wolf, Esq.
          LAW OFFICES OF JOSEPH K. JONES, LLC
          375 Passaic Avenue, Suite 100
          Fairfield, NJ 07004
          Telephone: (973) 227-5900
          Facsimile: (973) 244-0019
          E-mail: jkj@legaljones.com
                  bwolf@legaljones.com


MONSANTO COMPANY: Faces "Crouch" Class Suit in Eastern Arkansas
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Gene Crouch, Individually, and Crouch Farms Partnership, on behalf
of themselves and all others similarly situated v. Monsanto
Company, Case No. 3:14-cv-00126-JM (E.D. Ark., May 13, 2014)
asserts property damage claims.

The Plaintiffs are represented by:

          Clark W. Mason, Esq.
          CLARK MASON ATTORNEYS
          200 River Market Avenue, Suite 250
          Little Rock, AR 72201
          Telephone: (501) 219-0077
          E-mail: Clark@clarkmason.com

               - and -

          James J. Thompson, Jr., Esq.
          2025 3rd Avenue North, Suite 216
          Birmingham, AL 35203
          Telephone: (205) 327-9290
          Facsimile: (205) 327-9299
          E-mail: jt@jimthompsonlaw.com

               - and -

          John Paul Byrd, Esq.
          PAUL BYRD LAW FIRM, PLLC
          415 North McKinley Street, Suite 210
          Little Rock, AR 72205
          Telephone: (501) 420-3050
          Facsimile: (501) 420-3128
          E-mail: paul@paulbyrdlawfirm.com

               - and -

          Nolan E. Awbrey, Esq.
          RILEY JACKSON, P.C.
          3530 Independence Drive
          Birmingham, AL 35209
          Telephone: (205) 879-5000
          Facsimile: (205) 879-5901
          E-mail: Nolan@rileyjacksonlaw.com


MONSTER BEVERAGE: Removed "Marshall" Suit to N.D. California
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The class action lawsuit styled Marshall, et al. v. Monster
Beverage Corporation, Case No. CGC-14-538447, was removed from the
San Francisco Superior Court to the U.S. District Court for the
Northern District of California (San Francisco).  The District
Court Clerk assigned Case No. 3:14-cv-02203-JD to the proceeding.

The Plaintiffs purport to bring the action on behalf of "all
consumers in the United States within four years of the filing of
this lawsuit who within the last four years have purchased any of
the 'Misbranded Products,' which include all Hansen's Juices or
Juice Box products, all Hansen's Smoothie Nectar products, all
Hubeti's Lemonade products, all Aguas Frescas products, all
Hansen's Natural Fruit and Tea Stix products, all Vidration
products, all Hansen's sodas, all Blue Sky sodas, Energy Pro, Diet
Red, and all Blue Energy products (energy, juice, coffee)."

According to the notice of removal, the Plaintiffs have
erroneously sued Monster Beverage Corporation, a Delaware
corporation.  Monster Beverage Corporation is a holding company
that conducts no operating business except through its wholly
owned subsidiaries.  Monster Energy Company is a wholly-owned
subsidiary of Monster Beverage Corporation, and is the entity
responsible for marketing and distributing the Hansen's-brand
products at issue in the action.

The Plaintiffs are represented by:

          Anthony Joshua Orshansky, Esq.
          COUNSELONE, PC
          9301 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 650
          Beverly Hills, CA 90210
          Telephone: (310) 277-9945
          Facsimile: (424) 277-3727
          E-mail: anthony@counselonegroup.com

The Defendant is represented by:

          David Frank McDowell, Esq.
          Dan Edward Marmalefsky, Esq.
          MORRISON & FOERSTER LLP
          555 W. Fifth Street, Suite 3500
          Los Angeles, CA 90013
          Telephone: (213) 892-5200
          Facsimile: (213) 892-5454
          E-mail: dmcdowell@mofo.com
                  dmarmalefsky@mofo.com

               - and -

          Purvi Govindlal Patel, Esq.
          MORRISON & FOERSTER LLP
          707 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 6000
          Los Angeles, CA 90017
          Telephone: (213) 892-5200
          Facsimile: (213) 892-5454
          E-mail: ppatel@mofo.com


NATIONAL COLLEGIATE: Faces "Alderman" Suit Over FDCPA Violations
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Laurie Alderman, individually and on behalf of others similarly
situated v. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust 2004-1, a
Delaware Statutory Trust(s), and Law Offices of Patenaude & Felix,
A.P.C., Case No. 3:14-cv-01210-JM-NLS (S.D. Cal., May 13, 2014) is
brought pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

          Crosby S. Connolly, Esq.
          HYDE & SWIGART
          2221 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 101
          San Diego, CA 92108-3551
          Telephone: (619) 233-7770
          Facsimile: (619) 297-1022
          E-mail: crosby@westcoastlitigation.com


NATIONAL COLLEGIATE: Sued Over Attempts to Abusively Collect Debt
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Lora Mayhugh, Individually and On Behalf of Others Similarly
Situated v. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust 2005-1, A
Delaware Statutory Trust(s); and, Law Offices of Patenaude &
Felix, A.P.C., Case No. 3:14-cv-01208-BEN-NLS (S.D. Cal., May 13,
2014) arises from the Defendants' alleged attempts to unlawfully
and abusively collect a debt allegedly owed by the Plaintiff.

National Collegiate is located in Wilmington, Delaware.  Patenaude
is located in San Diego, California.  The Defendants regularly
operate within the county of San Diego and file hundreds of
lawsuits in the San Diego Superior Court.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

          Crosby S. Connolly, Esq.
          Robert L. Hyde, Esq.
          Joshua B. Swigart, Esq.
          HYDE & SWIGART
          2221 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 101
          San Diego, CA 92108-3551
          Telephone: (619) 233-7770
          Facsimile: (619) 297-1022
          E-mail: crosby@westcoastlitigation.com
                  bob@westcoastlitigation.com
                  josh@westcoastlitigation.com

               - and -

          Abbas Kazerounian Esq.
          KAZEROUNI LAW GROUP, APC
          245 Fischer Ave, Unit D-1
          Costa Mesa, CA 92626
          Telephone: (800) 400-6808
          Facsimile: (800) 520-5523
          E-mail: ak@kazlg.com


NATIONAL COLLEGIATE: Court Won't Reconsider Class Action Ruling
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Megan Morley, Esq., at McDermott Will & Emery reports that on
May 12, 2014, the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA)
lost its motion for leave to file a motion for reconsideration of
a prior ruling, which barred the NCAA from arguing at trial that
not paying student-athletes for their likenesses increased
competition by raising financial support for women's and less
prominent men's athletics.  A former NCAA basketball player
originally filed a class action suit against the NCAA in 2009 in
the Northern District of California, alleging that the NCAA
profited from student-athlete likenesses on television and in
video games while prohibiting the athletes from receiving payment.

In re Student-Athlete Name & Likeness Licensing Litigation, case
number 4:90-cv-01967.  In April 2014, upon consideration of the
parties' opposing motions for summary judgment, District Judge
Claudia Wilken ruled that plaintiffs were entitled to summary
judgment as to the NCAA's fourth justification for the challenged
restraint -- greater support for women's and less prominent men's
sports -- because this argument was not legitimately pro-
competitive.  Judge Wilken first determined that the NCAA could
not restrain competition in the relevant market, football and
men's basketball, to allegedly promote competition in the markets
for women's sports and less prominent men's sports.  Second, the
NCAA could financially support women's sports and less prominent
men's sports through less restrictive means by forcing member
conferences to redistribute a greater portion of profits made from
football and men's basketball to these other sports.  In moving
for leave to file a motion for reconsideration, the NCAA submitted
a declaration and report from an economic expert, who argued that
the relevant market should be broadened to include athletes who
play sports other than football and men's basketball.  In response
to the NCAA's arguments, Wilken concluded that plaintiffs'
allegations challenged conduct with respect to football and men's
basketball, and the possibility that the challenged behavior
affected student-athletes in other sports did not redefine the
relevant market.  Judge Wilken thus denied the motion, reiterating
that the purported pro-competitive justification did not address
competition in the relevant market of football and men's
basketball.  Trial is set to begin on June 9, 2014.


NATROL PRODUCTS: Class Action Over Misleading Tea Ad Can Proceed
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Jeff Sistrunk, writing for Law360, reports that a California
federal judge on May 14 refused to toss a putative consumer class
action accusing nutritional supplement company Natrol Products
Inc. of misleadingly marketing its diet tea as a weight loss aid,
ruling the plaintiff alleged sufficient facts to support her
claims.

U.S. District Judge Marilyn L. Huff denied Natrol's motion to
dismiss Jessica Augustine's suit, saying that Ms. Augustine
adequately pleaded that the company's labeling and advertising of
its Laci Le Beau Super Dieter's Tea could be misleading to
consumers.

"Accepting as true all of the allegations in the complaint, it is
plausible that the statements on the product's packaging could
deceive a reasonable consumer," Judge Huff wrote.

Ms. Augustine in December filed a proposed class action on behalf
of herself and other purchasers of Laci Le Beau diet tea,
asserting claims under California's Legal Remedies Act and unfair
competition and false advertising laws, as well as breach of
express warranty and breach of implied warranty of
merchantability.

Natrol labels and markets the tea as a product designed to assist
weight loss, but the tea's main ingredient, senna leaves, is a
laxative that doesn't aid weight loss and isn't safe for long-term
use, according to the suit.  Regular use of the product, which is
encouraged by front-of-package labeling and marketing materials,
can cause dependence on stimulant laxatives, and excessive senna
use has been tied to hepatitis, liver failure and cancer, the suit
alleged.

Natrol moved to dismiss Augustine's suit last month, asserting
that the statements on the tea's packaging are not likely to
deceive a reasonable consumer and are too general to be actionable
under California's consumer-protection laws.

Ms. Augustine countered that the statements are specific and
capable of proof, and don't constitute nonactionable puffery.

In the May 15 order, Judge Huff sided with the plaintiff, finding
that her allegations detail specific statements on the tea's
packaging and explain how those statements are likely to mislead
or deceive consumers.

"The complaint asserts that statements regarding the product's
helpfulness for dieters are likely to mislead consumers in light
of its actual ineffectiveness and dangerous properties," the judge
noted.

Natrol argued that Ms. Augustine's breach of express warranty
claim focuses on statements that are "too vague" to constitute
express warranties.  Judge Huff disagreed, ruling that, based on
her allegations, the plaintiff could prove that the statements in
question are express warranties under California law.

With respect to the Ms. Augustine's breach of implied warranty of
merchantability claim, Natrol contended that the claim can't
survive because the plaintiff doesn't allege that its diet tea is
unfit for ordinary use.  But Ms. Augustine's claim invokes a
different meaning of merchantability, requiring that the product
"conform to the promises or affirmations of fact made on the
container," according to Judge Huff's order.  While Natrol also
asserted that the product packaging specifically disclaims any
implied warranties, it would be premature to address those
arguments during the present phase of the case, the judge wrote.

Ms. Augustine is represented by Ronald Marron, Beatrice Skye
Resendes and Alexis M. Wood of Law Offices of Ronald A. Marron
APLC.

Natrol is represented by Diana F. Biason --
dbiason@millerbarondess.com -- of Miller Barondess LLP.

The case is Jessica Augustine et al. v. Natrol Products Inc., case
number 3:13-cv-03129, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern
District of California.


NEW YORK, NY: NYPD Sergeants Sue Over Unpaid Overtime Under FLSA
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Edmund Small, et al. v. City of New York and The New York City
Police Department, Case No. 1:14-cv-03469 (S.D.N.Y., May 13, 2014)
is the third lawsuit brought by sergeants of the NYPD against the
NYPD and the City related to the City's alleged repeated
continuing failure to pay overtime in accordance with the Fair
Labor Standards Act.

The Plaintiffs are employed by the Defendants in the position of
sergeant in the NYPD.

The Plaintiffs are Small, Edmund; Degiacomo, Edward; Demonte,
Anthony; Dong, Lauren; Dym, Eric; Gallerugo, Gregory; Klein,
Christopher; Walsh, Colleen; Watz, Kevin; Bruschi, John;
Capolongo, Robert; Teitler, Mark; Sena, Michael; Barcia, Luis;
Castro Jr., Ernesto; Esposito, Paul; Abbott, Gregory; Abbriano,
Frank; Abdelhadi, Ausama; Abdelmessih, Joseph; Abdullah,
Khandakar; Abdur-Rahim, Nuruddin; Abel, David; Abrahams, Gregory;
Abramson, Robert; Abreu, Charlie; Abreu, Rita; Abumalouh, Saher;
Accomando, Gregory; Acevedo, Andres; Acevedo, Isaac; Acevedo,
Ivan; Acevedo, Jeffrey; Acevedo, Michael; Ackerman, Michael;
Acosta, Junio; Acquaviva, John; Acri, Pat; Acuria, Julio; Adames,
Kristin; Adamiak, Richard; Adams, Donna; Adams, Paul; Addeo,
Michael; Addesso, Caron; Addison, Christian; Addolorato, Joseph;
Adler, Boris; Adme, Nicot; Adomeit, Carrie; Adorno, Anthony;
Afanasewicz, Peter; Agate, Robert; Agron, Julio; Aguilera, Guido;
Aguirre, Marilyn; Ahmad, Mahmood; Ahmed, Aiman; Ahmed, Muhammad;
Ahmed, Nora; Ahn, Jeffrey; Aidiniou, Vassilios; Aiello, Dorothy;
Aitken, James; Aitola, Christopher; Aizaga, Franklyn; Ajello,
Jonathan; Akaydin, Kenan; Akhter, Waheed; Akopov, Yuriy; Alam,
Akm; Alamarie, Satak; Alba, Marisol; Albarran, Adam; Albert,
Esdras; Albert, Joseph; Albertelli, John; Alcantara, Charles;
Alcantara, Odaliza; Alcaraz, Estaban; Alejo, Johnson; Alexander,
James; Alexander, Latisha; Alexis, Eric; Alfano, Anthony; Alfieri,
Matthew; Alfieri, Michael; Alfonso, Antonio; All Afzal; Aliberti,
Joseph; Alicandro, Angelo; Alicea, Elliott; Alicea, Hector;
Aliseo, Michael; Aliyev, Farid; Allbright, Eric; Allen, Patrick;
Allen, Trevor; Alleva, Michael; Allie, Asmat; Allocca, Michael;
Allua, Kristofer; Almarante, Elvyn; Almodovar, Ramon; Almonte,
Benjamin; Alongi, Emanuele; Alongi, Michael; Alvarado, Antero;
Alvardo, Richard; Alvarez, Alexander; Alvarez, Carlos; Alvarez,
Desi; Alvarez, Giorlys; Alvarez, Richard; Alves, Davide; Alvigi,
Dante; Aman, Sean; Amaya, Angelica; Amsterdam, Abera; Anatsui,
Edwige; Ancion, Jean Paul; Ancona, Christopher; Anderson, Darrell;
Anderson, Kirk; Anderson, Michael; Andre, Jequetta; Andreano,
Anthony; Andreano, Michael; Andrews, Sharon; Andruszkiewicz,
Brian; Andryuk, John; Andujar, Vincenta; Angeletti, Richard;
Anitra, Diana; Anselmo, Suzanne; Anthony, Wanda; Antiuk, Stephen;
Antoine, Burt; Antonelli, Robert; Antonellis, Anthony; Antonetti,
Thomas; Antonio, Joseph; Antonios-Boctor, Gasser; Anzalone,
Albert; Anzelino, John; Aparo, Paul; Aponte, Christopher;
Apostolatos, Gregory; Apostolou, James; Aprile, Michael; Aquilone,
Rocco; Aquino, Erik; Arabella Jr., George; Arancibia, Jorge;
Araque, Linda; Araque, Linda; Araya, Richard; Ardito, Ann;
Argyros, Ioannis; Arias, Edward; Armani, Christopher; Armani,
Hameed; Armstrong, James; Armstrong, Myrtle; Arndt, Keith; Arneth,
James; Arquer, Florencio; Arrindell, Sheldon; Arroyo, Angel;
Arroyo, Barbara; Arundell, Paul; Asaro, Paul; Asghar, Salman;
Ashley, Michelle; Ashraf, Muhammad; Aspinwall, John; Assante,
Salvatore; Assing, Richard; Astor, Fadil; Astras, George;
Atherley, Lana; Attardo, Paul; Au, Benny; Auerbach, Peter;
Auriana, Nicholas; Aurvichitaroon, Sakdi; Austin, Colin; Austin,
Trevor; Avery, Derrick; Avezzano, Robert; Aviles, Domingo; Aviles,
Liza; Aviles, Mario; Aviles, Raymond; Aviles Jr., Robert; Awad,
Rafet; Ayala, Desiree; Ayau, Christopher; Aydin, Ercan; Aylward,
John; Aylward, Joseph; Aynbinder, Semyon; Ayres, Douglas; Babb,
Sekayi; Babington, Edward; Bacon, Tracy; Badagliacca, Michael;
Badillo, Angel; Badolato, Jared; Badolato, Nick; Baer, Frank;
Baez, Guillermo; Baez, Herminio; Baez, Jose; Baez, Luidely; Baez,
Tina; Bafundo, Gina; Bagarozza, Anthony; Bagonyi, Gregg; Bailey,
Christopher; Bailey, Christopher; Baio, Michael; Bakraqi,
Kreshnik; Baksh, Curtis; Balacki, Robert; Balatoni, Tamas;
Baldwin, Ryan; Balestriere, John; Ball, Michael; Balli, Sharon;
Balunas, William; Balz, Gregory; Balzotti, Jeffrey; Bang, Chung;
Banks, Torre; Bao, Chi Choi; Barajas, Mark; Barakovic, Alen;
Baran, Alex; Baran, Avi; Baratta, James; Barbara, Girolamo;
Barbarelli, Louis; Barbee-Lebour, Marcia; Barberis, Costantino;
Barbieri, Christopher; Barbieri, William; Barcia, Scott; Bardash,
Grigoriy; Bardazzi, John; Barias, Hector; Barkovich, Robert;
Barnes, Asa; Barnes, Duane; Barnes, Natalie; Barnett, Robert;
Barnwell, Michael; Barone, Gregory; Barone, Joseph; Baronette,
Trevor; Barra, Brian; Barrera, Martha; Barreto, Derek; Barrett,
Rhett; Barrios, Paul; Barriteau, Damon; Barry, Esperanza; Bartee,
Yvette; Bartley, Brian; Bartolotta, Joseph; Barton, Andrew;
Baskinger, Andrea; Basler, Craig; Bass, Jason; Bastidas, Juan;
Batista, Michael; Battle, Carolyne; Bauso, Louis; Bautista,
Mervin; Bautista, Natalie; Bazata, Marc; Beal, Arthur; Beamerii,
Bradley; Beatty, Walter; Beaudu, Jean-Claude; Beauvom, Jean;
Beauzile, Tamara; Becht, Timothy; Beckford, Frederick; Beddows,
Keith; Bedrossian, Ronald; Beegan, Brian; Begg, John; Behrman,
Robert; Beissel, William; Bekker, Yuriy; Belcastro, Joseph;
Bellingeri, Benjamin; Bello, Charles; Bello, Joseph; Bello,
Joseph; Belmonte, Stefano; Belogorodsky, Michael; Benavides,
Dewin; Bendele, Daquan; Benfante, Anthony; Benitez, Frank;
Benitez, Jose; Benitez, Mariluz; Bennett, Jason; Bennett, Mervin;
Bennett, Tanya; Bennett, William; Benowitz, Cory; Bentivegna,
Anthony; Bentley, Derick; Bentley, Okelie; Berfond, Philip;
Bergamo, Michael; Bergen, Matthew; Bergenbaum, Michael; Berisha,
Burim; Bermingham, Philip; Bernal, Paul; Bernstein, Cindy;
Berrios, Dennis; Berry, Stephanie; Bersch, Brandon; Berson,
Jeremy; Bertolini, Stephen; Bertram, Anthony; Bertrand, Joseph;
Beslity, Kevin; Besmer, James; Betances, Neftali; Bethel, Latisha;
Bettex, Lawrence; Bhagan, Steven; Biancaniello, Danielle; Bidol,
Oliver; Biegler, Douglas; Bien-Aime, Clark; Bienvenue, Joshua;
Bier, Craig; Billotto, Michael; Billows, Justin; Bin-Safar,
Khalil; Biondo, Lawrence; Biondo, Thomas; Biscardi, Douglas;
Biscarri, John; Bischoff, Kevin; Biscuti, Anthony; Bishop,
Natalie; Black, Hugh; Black, Jamerson; Black, Thomas; Black-
Larkins, Michael; Blackman, Michael; Blackmon, Boris; Blackwell,
Roslyn; Blain, Andre; Blake, Blake; Blake, Ritchard; Blanco, Fior;
Blandino, John; Blasi, Robert; Blauvelt, James; Bliss, Brian;
Blondo, James; Blowe, Yancy; Bocina, Roy; Bock, Michael; Bocola,
Anthony; Bogacki, James; Bogard, Jonathan; Bohr, Frank; Bolger,
Jason; Bomparola, Matthew; Bona, Steven; Boncales, Michael; Bones,
Angel; Bonet, Bernard; Bonilla, Cesar; Bonilla, Herbert; Bono,
Alessio; Bono, Joseph; Bonomo, Robert; Booncome, Urit; Boord,
Ivan; Boorman, Matthew; Bopp, Michael; Borchers, Lourdes; Borelli,
Anthony; Borg, Michael; Boria, Dawn; Borja, Ivan; Borrelli,
Robert; Borrero, Jose; Borruso, John; Botta, Kristen; Bourbeau,
Matthew; Bowden, Christopher; Bowe, Edward; Bowles, Philip;
Bowman, Bertie; Boyce, John; Boyle, Donald; Boyle, Michael; Boyle,
Sean; Boyle, Thomas; Bozeman, Steven; Brabham, Christopher;
Braccia, Michael; Bracero, Robert; Bradbury, Dennis; Bradley,
Clarise; Bradley, Sean; Brady, Kevin; Brady, Robert; Braese,
Kelly; Brand, Keith; Brandi, Daniel; Brantley, April; Branzetti,
Kevin; Brathwaite, Alexander; Braumann, Kenneth; Brautigam,
William; Bray, Christopher; Brazys, Laimundas; Breier, Natalie;
Brenes, Scott; Brennan, John; Brennan, Joseph; Brennan, Karen;
Brennan, Thomas; Brenner, Randy; Brereton, Bronthie; Briceno,
Jose; Brignoni, Edward; Brdll, Nathalie; Brinkley, Stefanie;
Briones, James; Broda, Steven; Brogan, Thomas; Brooks, Damon;
Brooks, Shannon; Brooks, Sharon; Brovakos, Timothy; Brower, Peter;
Brown, Angela; Brown, Beverly; Brown, Christopher; Brown, Derrick;
Brown, Earlando; Brown, Genise; Brown, George; Brown, Jonathan;
Brown, Shaun; Brown, Timothy; Brown, Tony; Browne, Martin; Brown-
Kennerly, Frantz; Bruce, Donald; Bruen, Thomas; Bruno, Adam;
Bruno, John; Bruno, Victor; Brushuivsky, Dmitry; Bruton, Kyle;
Bryan, Keith; Bryant, Francis; Bryant Jr., Arthur; Bryson, Omar;
Bubrowiecki, Jarek; Buccheri, Frank; Buell, Ronald; Bullara,
Joseph; Bullett, David; Bumpars, Pamela; Bunting, Brandon;
Buonadonna, Joseph; Burckhard, Joseph; Burgos, Angel; Burke,
Charles; Burke, Christine; Burke, Christopher; Burke, Daniel;
Burke, Joseph; Burke, Kenneth; Burke, Michael; Burkhardt, Marc;
Burkitt, Keith; Burns, Frank; Burns, Gregory; Burns, Kevin;
Burrello, Michael; Burton, Scott; Burzotta, Anthony; Burzumato,
Scott; Busby, Kelly; Buscemi, Frank; Bustrin, Brian; Buthorn,
John; Butler, Glenn; Butler, Michael; Butler, Valerie; Butler Jr.,
Walter; Byrne, Robert; Byrnes, Brian; Byrnes, Daniel; Byrnes,
Mathew; Byrnes, Matthew; Caban, Jose; Caban, Robert; Cabarcas,
Gustavo; Cabello, Albert; Cabreja, Emmanuel; Cabreja, Julio;
Cabrera, Luis; Cabrera, Luis; Cabrera, Manuel; Cacaj, Walter;
Caceres, Edward; Caceres, Edward; Cadet, Pierre; Cadogan, Jamil;
Caesar, Kenneth; Cafaro, Amber; Cafasso, Stephen; Cafero, Michael;
Caffrey, Gerard; Caggiano, Anthony; Cahill, Matthew; Cai, Timothy;
Cain, Kevin; Cain, Patrick; Caines, Charles; Calderon, Angel;
Calhoun, Gary; Calhoun, Robert; Califano, Michael; Callaghan,
Evelyn; Callaghan, Evelyn; Callagy, Eric; Callahan, Scott; Calma,
Anthony; Caltabiano, Brian; Camacho, David; Camacho, Jose;
Camarena, Yvette; Cambemo, Jose; Cambria, Stephen; Cambridge,
Donald; Cameron, Sean; Cameron, Steven; Camhi, David; Camilleri,
Oliver; Camiolo, Anthony; Campbell, Colin; Campbell, Keith;
Campisi, Suzanne; Campolo, Joseph; Campos, Adiel; Campos, Ricardo;
Campuzano, Yubany; Canales, Wilmer; Cancelleri, Anthony; Cane,
Terrence; Canepa, Nicholas; Cani, Jamie; Cano, David; Cantore,
James; Cao, Son; Cao, Viet; Caparco, Michael; Capella, Jose;
Capitali, Peter; Caplan, Clive; Capogrosso Jr., Frank; Caporale,
Gary; Capotosto, Paul; Capozzi, John; Cappello, Michael;
Cappelmann, Joseph; Capper, James; Capra, Rory; Caprariello,
Michael; Capuano, Dominick; Caraballo, Eliezer; Caraballo, Jorge;
Caraballo, Jose; Caraballo, Steven; Carbonaro, James; Cardona,
Edwin; Carela, Junior; Carini, James; Carlino, Mark; Carmichael,
Angela; Carola, Salvatore; Carosella, Ralph; Carpentieri, Jason;
Carrera, George; Carrero, Frank; Carrero, James; Carrillo-Ortiz,
Janet; Carroll, Benjamin; Carroll, Joseph; Carson, Lawrence;
Carter, Jesse; Carty, Kerry; Casaceli, Edward; Casalino, Dominic;
Casanova, Mark; Cascello, Frank; Casella, Daniel; Casella,
Gregory; Caserta, Frank; Casey, Kenneth; Casey, Neil; Casey,
Timothy; Casiano, Anthony; Casiano, Erik; Cassano, James; Cassidy,
Brendan; Castaldo, Joseph; Castellana, Anthony; Castiglione,
Gerard; Castdllo, Juanita; Castdllo, Pedro; Castle, Christopher;
Castro, Alan; Castro, Dawana; Castro, Jordan; Castro, Joseph;
Castro, Robert; Castro-Marks, Dania; Catalano, Michael; Catalano,
Steven; Catanzaro, Jonathan; Catanzaro, Steven; Cawthorne, Daniel;
Cea, Brian; Cecchetti, Daniel; Cecchtni, Timothy; Ceddllo,
Alexander; Cegelski, Michael; Celestin, Claude; Celiba, Gaby;
Centeno, James; Ceparano, Bruce; Cepin, Luis; Cerdllo, John;
Cerrato, Joseph; Cerrito, Donald; Cervone, George; Cesarano,
Anthony; Cesarz, Christopher; Ceseri, Joseph; Chadotsang, Dhendup;
Chae, Hyon; Chambers, Joseph; Chambertd3es, Peter; Chan,
Christopher; Chan, Dennis; Chan, Kenny; Chan, Kevin; Chan, Phdlip;
Chan, Stephen; Chance, Andrew; Chandu, Mahaan; Chang, Danny;
Chang, Kengming; Chang, Robert; Chang, Yon; Chantel, Xochtlt;
Chapman, Matthew; Charles, Erick; Charles, Gesner; Charles, Lesly;
Charles, Ralph; Chau, Phdlip; Chaudry, Naveed; Cheesewright,
David; Cheikhali, Ali; Chen, Fung; Chen, Fung; Chen, Hong Wei;
Chen, Joe; Chen, Nan Hao; Chen, Richard; Chen, Willip; Chen,
Zichao; Cheng, Jackson; Cheng, Keith; Chernjawski, Nicholas;
Chernyak, Vladislav; Chernyavsky, Henry; Cherubini, George;
Chervil, Jeffrey; Cheung, Hoi Ping; Cheung, William; Chi, Hui;
Chieu, Gregory; Childs, Michael; Chillo, Gino; Chin, Carol; Chin,
Clifton; Chin, Gregory; Chin, Vincent; Ching, Edwin; Chiodi, Jr.,
Frank; Chiriboga, Richard; Chisolm, Maurice; Cho, Byung; Choi,
Han; Chong, Kin Fai; Chou, Alice; Chowdhury, Samad; Christian,
Sonia; Christos, James; Chu, Wayne; Chung, Edward; Chung, Robert;
Chuyko, Yuriy; Chylinski, James; Ciaravalli, Ralph; Cifarelli III,
Carlo; Cilento, Ralph; Cina, Robert; Cinao, Charles; Cintron,
Erik; Cintron, Willy; Cioffi, Matthew; Ciota, Michael; Cirigliano,
Nancy; Cirillo, Jeanine; Clancy, Cornelius; Clancy, Michael;
Clarino, Joseph; Clark, Julie; Clark, Robert; Clark, Thomas;
Clark, Veronica; Clark, William; Clarke, Chivaughn; Clarke,
Harold; Clarke, Sophia; Clarke, Zenobia; Clarke-Miller, Curlene;
Clavin, Howard; Claxton, Sean; Clayton, Cynthia; Clement, Mark;
Clement, Ralph; Clements, Brian; Clemmons, Paulette; Clisti, John;
Clough, Francis; Coan, Richard; Codd, Brian; Codd, George; Coello,
Edwin; Coffey, Tara; Cohen, Arnold; Cohn, Michael; Colamesto,
Mark; Colao, Matthew; Colavito, Nicholas; Coleman, Melissa;
Coleman, Roger; Colgan, Mary; Collado, Danny; Collich, Stephen;
Collins, John; Collopy, Craig; Colon, Blas; Colon, Robert; Colon,
Steven; Colon, Theodore; Colon, Tressi; Colucci, Nicholas; Colvin,
Kevin; Colwell, Michael; Comas, Daniel; Conca, Ignazio;
Concepcion, Adam; Concepcion, Roxana; Conde, Kenny; Condon,
Michael; Congalosi, Peter; Conniff, Donald; Connolly, Brendan;
Connolly, Brian; Connolly, Christopher; Connolly, Edleen;
Connolly, Maryann; Connolly, Patrick; Connolly, Tricia; Connor,
Lisa; Connor, Phillip; Conroy, Edward; Conroy, Francis; Conroy,
Robert; Constantine, Ian; Conte, Richard; Conte, Thomas; Contreas,
Raymond; Conway, Arlene; Conway, Thomas; Conway, William; Conwell,
James; Cooney, Robert; Cooper, Francis; Cooper, Kevin; Cooper,
Maria; Cooper, Nancy; Cooper, Nybia; Coppola, Anthony; Coppola,
Dominic; Coppola, Roberto; Corbett, Michael; Corcione, Thomas;
Corcoran, Sean; Cordano, David; Cordero, Angel-Emilio; Cordero,
Rolette; Cordes, Katherine; Cordiner, James; Cordiner, Neilie;
Corideo, Joseph; Corrado, Jonathan; Corrado, Nicholas; Corrado,
Vincent; Corrao, Mark; Correa, Christopher; Corredor-Torres,
Gonzalo; Corrente, Louis; Corsa, John; Corsello, Anthony; Cortes,
Jason; Cortes, Luis; Cortez, Faishe; Cortright, Paul; Costello,
Edward; Costello, John; Costello, Martin; Costello, William;
Costigan, Timothy; Coston, Julian; Cotto, Hector; Coughlan, Brian;
Coughlan, Dennis; Coughlin, John; Coulter, Stacey; Cowan, Damyn;
Cowan, Kathleen; Cowen, Steven; Cox, Dameion; Cox, Jessica; Coyle,
John; Coyne, Robert; Craven, William; Crawford, Daniel; Crawford,
Tiffany; Crean, Thomas; Creer, Kendal; Creighton, Douglas; Crespo,
Maricruz; Crespo, Richard; Crespo, Robert; Crisan, Daniel;
Critelli, Robert; Crocitto, Frank; Croke, Brian; Cronin, Michael;
Crouch, Alexander; Cruz, Andrea; Cruz, Edilio; Cruz, Edward; Cruz,
Elizabeth; Cruz, Janette; Cruz, Jose; Cruz, Michael; Cruz,
Michael; Cruz, Tara; Cruzado, Joseph; Crystal, Curtis; Cuadrado,
Yolanda; Cuce, David; Cucuzza, Frank; Cuebas, Delia; Cueto,
Miguel; Cuevas, Marion; Cugno, Michael; Cumberbatch, Alisa;
Cummings, Cortney; Cummings, Leiann; Cunningham, Francis;
Cunningham, Kensington; Cunningham, Kevin; Curran, Patrick;
Currao, Richard; Curry, Michael; Curtis, John; Cusano, Craig;
Cussen, Davh); Custodio, Richard; Cutrone, Joseph; Czerwinski,
Marcin; D' Alessandro, Scott; D Andrea, Robert; D' Angelico,
Lawrence; D'Onofrio, Luigi; Dadon, Brian; Daily, William; Dalipi,
Lutfi; Daly, Christopher; Daly, Michael; Daly, Michael; Daly,
Paul; Daly, Stephen; Daly, Thomas; D'ambrogio, Michael; Dambrosio
Jr., Vincent; D'amico, Dina; Danchak, William; Danclar, Anthony;
D'andrea, Todd; Dangelo, Thomas; Daniel-Bey, Dawud; Dankel,
Raymond; Danna, Nicholas; Dantone, Robert; Dapolitto, Genina;
Darabent, Ronald; Dargenio, Eric; Darougar, Kevin; Dasilva,
Manuel; Dasilva, Morgan; Daskalakis, Charles; Dautaj, Ylli;
Dauteuil, Darren; Daverin, Henry; David, Szabolcs; Davis, Charles;
Davis, Jack; Davis, Kimberly; Davis, Martin; Davis, Rosemary;
Davis, Shemh.Le; Davis, Silvia; Davydov, Alex; Dawe, Tara; Dawson,
Kathleen; De Giorgio, Keith; De Hoyos, Josue; De La Cruz, Henry;
De La Pena, Roberto; Deacy, Mary; Deallaune, Joseph; Dean, Joseph;
Dean, Nicole; Deangelis, Stephen; Deans, David; Debenedetto, John;
Debernardo, Denise; Debold, Christopher; Decandia, Joseph;
Decandddo, Michael; Decker, David; Deconne, Ronald; Dede,
Christopher; Deeb, Ahmed; Deegan, Eric; Deen, Dawn; Deen, Mohamed;
Defabrizio, Frank; Deierlein, Craig; Deighan, Edward; Dejesus,
Raymond; Delacruz, Jesus; Delaney, Daniel; Delaney, Matthew;
Delgado, Angel; Delgado, Elvis; Delgado, Luis; Deldllo, Donna;
Dellauniversita III, Joseph; Delmonico, Dean; Delossantos,
Francisco; Delpozzo, John; Delprete, Vincent; Deluna, Jose Luis;
Delvalle, Marisol; Demarco, Daren; Demarco, Joseph; Demarfio,
Michael; Demarino, Anthony; Demick, Allison; Demma, Frank;
Demonte, Peter; Demorin, Frantz; Demos, Ethel; Dempsey, John;
Dempster, John; Denesopolis, Luke; Dengler, Justin; Denig, Robert;
Denis, Brian; Dennehy, William; Dennigan, Brian; Denton, David;
Denton, Lisa; Deo, Joseph; Deonannesingh, Jason; Deonarinesingh,
Dexter; Depalma, Christopher; Depalma, David; Depasquale, Erik;
Depestre, Alessandra; Depietro, Archie; Depinto, Conrad; Depol,
Donald; Dequevedo, Cynthia; Deras, Mario; Derkasch, James; Derosa,
Gary; Desanto, Robert; Deschamps, Jose; Desiervi, Dominick;
Desevione, Andrew; Desir, Jean; Desposito, Joseph; Desposito, Lee;
Dessel, Karl; Destefano, Gennaro; Dever, Michael; Devine, John
Patrick; Deveve, Kevin; Devine, Peter; Devine, Thomas; Devino,
Marie; Devirgilo, Louis; Devlin, John; Dewitt, William; Deynes,
Vincent; Diab, William; Diabo, Robert; Diakonikolas, Christopher;
Diamond, David; Diany, Abdessamad; Diaz, Cynthia; Diaz, Danny;
Diaz, Denise; Diaz, Gabriel; Diaz, Johnny; Diaz, Jose; Diaz,
Joseph; Diaz, Juan; Diaz, Marcos; Diaz, Michael; Diaz, Rafael;
Dibenedetto, Mark; Dibitonto, Dean; Dicecco, Michael; Dichristina,
Frank; Dicken, Avichaevi; Dickson, Andrew; Dieterich, Kristina;
Dietz, Christian; Digennaro, Joseph; Digianni, John; Dilapi,
Salvatore; Dileo, Mario; Dill, Nina; Dillon, Timothy; Dimantov,
Ilya; Dimeglio, Ralph; Dinko, Andrea; Dinko, Stephen; Dipilato,
Mark; Dipippo, Ronald; Dipreta, Christopher; Direnzo, Anthony;
Dirlik, Ebru; Ditomaso, William; Ditoro, Christopher; Ditoro,
Mark; Dittrich, Michael; Divito, Matthew; Dixon, Carl; Dixson,
Robert; Dobles, Gabriel; Doiley, Letty; Dolan, Brendan; Dolan,
Robert; Dolinski, Alyce; Dombrovschi, Eduard; Dominguez, Freddy;
Dominguez, Hugo; Dominicci, Shaun; Donadio, Raymond; Dones,
Jonathan; Donnellan, Kevin; Donnelly, Kevin; Donnelly, Patrick;
Donnelly, Patrick; Donoghue, Brian; Donohue, John; Doody, Daniel;
Dooner-Hornick, Linda; Dorisme, Samuel; Doseau, Joel; Doty,
Christopher; Dougherty, Michael; Douglas, Cornelius; Dovico,
Robert; Dowd, Michael; Downes, Sean; Downing, Eileen; Downing-
Kohn, Susan; Draves, Sandra; Drone, Frederick; Drummond, Francis;
Dua, Amit; Dubas, Andrew; Dubeau, Alex; Dubitsky, Ariel; Dubrosky,
Paul; Duchon, Valerie; Ducret, Antoine; Duffy, Daveo; Dugan,
David; Duke, Brendan; Duke, James; Duke, Peter; Duke, Robert;
Duncan, Garfield; Duncanson, Sondra; Dunleavy, Sean; Dunleavy,
Timothy; Dunn, Michael; Dunne, Joseph; Dunton, Andrew; Duque,
Juan; Duque, Rosemary; Duque, Ruben; Duran, Jorge; Duran, Michael;
Durante, Joseph; Durante, Vincent; Durets, Boris; Durets, Dmitry;
Durkin, Kenneth; Durrant-Garcia, Keisha; Durst, Robert; Duta,
Florin; Dwyer, Michael; Dyce, Lashonda; Ealey-Spann, Monica;
Easterbrook, Erik; Eaton, Mark; Ebrahevi, George; Echavarria,
Mariela; Echevarria, David; Echevarria, David; Echevarria, Nicole;
Ecker, James; Eckert, Christopher; Edness, Rasheda; Edwards,
Aaron; Edwards, Dustin; Edwards, Joel; Edwards, John; Edwards,
Michael; Efstratiou, Floros; Egan, Anthony; Egan, David; Egan,
John; Egan, Kerri; Ehlers, Andrew; Ehrhart, David; Eichner,
Michael; Eill, Jeremy; Eisner, William; Elderbaum, Michael;
Elhaddad, Yasin; Elhassan, Eileen; Ellis, Lawrence; Elor, Anthony;
Eltony, Mohamed; Encarnacion, Jorge; Encarnacion, Zoilo; Enciso,
Adolfo; Endrizzi, Michael; Eng, Brian; Engel, Gregory; England,
Edward; Ennis, Joseph; Enright, Michael; Eralte-Merejo, Jennifer;
Erbetta, Guiseppe; Eromenok, Jr, Steven; Escobar, Carlos; Espey,
John; Espinosa, Patricia; Esposito, Alison; Esposito, Anthony;
Esposito, Gerald; Esposito, Steven; Estevez, Joel; Estrella,
Christopher; Estupinan, Richard; Etoria, Gene; Etwaroo,
Chandradeo; Evans, Daniel; Evans, Samantha; Everoski, Timothy;
Everson, Thomas; Faber, Stephen; Fabig, Bernd; Fabiitti, Michael;
Fabrizi, Thomas; Faello, Joseph; Fagan, Sean; Fagerlund, Robert;
Failla, Louis; Falcone, William; Faljean, Gregory; Falk, Michael;
Falkenberg, Erik; Falkowski, Philip; Fallon, John; Famighetti,
Anthony; Familia, Javier; Famularo, Janelle; Farella, Paul; Fares,
Kassem; Fargnoli, David; Farone, Michael; Farrell, Kevin; Farrell,
Marie; Farrell, Michael; Farrell, Raymond; Farren, Justin;
Fasciano, Michael; Fastaia, Joseph; Faulhaber, Henry; Faulks,
Dana; Favia, Giuseppe; Fay, John; Fay, Matthew; Fazal, Ifthgar;
Fealy, Michael; Feasel, Stephen; Febus, Nicole; Fecht, Todd;
Federico, Joseph; Federico, Joseph; Fehsal, Kara; Feigenbaum,
Matthew; Feil, Daniel; Felder, Gloria; Feldman, Daniel;
Feldshteyn, Stanislav; Feliciano, Jaime; Feliciano, Jose;
Feliciano, Luis; Feliciano, Wendy; Felipe, Carlos; Felipe, Jahmel;
Fenfert, Timothy; Fenton, Nigel; Fergus, Leon; Ferguson, Steven;
Fermin, Hugo; Fermin, Richard; Fernandez, Alexis; Fernandez,
Efrain; Fernandez, Kenneth; Fernandez, Nelson; Fernandez, Richard;
Fernandez, Ysidro; Ferrante, Pietro; Ferrara, Frank; Ferreira,
Edwin; Ferrito, Michael; Ferruzola, Daveo; Festa, Robert; Feuer,
Daveo; Fezza, Elena; Fidacaro, Antonio; Field, Richard; Figliozzi,
Joseph; Figueiredo, Jose; Figueredo, Demetrio; Figueroa, Annette;
Figueroa, Carlos; Figueroa, Esau; Figueroa, Miguel; Filippidis,
Peter; Filomena, Michael; Filosa, Daniel; Finch, Anthony;
Finkelstein, Eric; Finn, Eric; Finnelli, Donald; Fiore, Albert;
Fiore, Nicholas; Fioretti, Andrew; Fischer, Robert; Fischetti,
John; Fisher, Frederick; Fisher, Kathleen; Fisher, Michael;
Fisher, Michael; Fisher, Robert; Fishman, Louis; Fitts, Andrew;
Fitzgerald, Kevin; Fitzpatrick, Daniel; Fitzpatrick, James;
Fitzpatrick, Patrick; Flaherty, Christopher; Flaherty, Daveo;
Flaherty, Edward; Flaherty, William; Flaxman, Allan; Fleming,
Ermyne; Fletcher, William; Flood-Suerro, Timera; Florentino,
Alesandro; Flores, Steve; Flores, Steve; Flores, William; Florio,
Eric; Fluker, Jevimie; Flunory, Larry; Flynn, Brian; Flynn, John;
Flynn, Joseph; Flynn, Robert; Foley, Brian; Fong, Jun; Fontaine,
Darryl; Fontaine, Gregory; Fontanez, Jackeline; Fonteboa, Ruth;
Foote, Joshua; Ford, Daynese; Forgione, Jason; Forlenza, Jamie;
Forlenza, Vevcent; Forster, Scott; Foster, James; Foster, Lauren;
Fountoulakis, George; Fourcell, Samantha; Fox, Brian; Fox, James;
Fox, Kieran; Fox, Michael; Fox, Quentin; Foy, Roderick; Frabizio,
Gina; Fradera, Wesley; France, Samuel; Frances, Miguel; Francis,
Annette; Francis, Eric; Francis, Kareem; Francklin, Faride;
Franco, Isaac; Frank, Andre; Franklin, Gary; Fraser, Daniel;
Fraser, Gordon; Frazier, Lisa; Fredericks, Jonathan; Fredrickson,
Brian; Freer, Joseph; Freiberger, John; Freifeld, Daniel;
Frettoloso, Christopher; Freyre, Jimmy; Frias, Jose; Frias-
Yasinsky, Maria; Friberg, Wecliam; Friday, Natasha; Fried,
Matthew; Friedman, Paul; Friendly, Dennis; Friscia, Christopher;
Friscia, Christopher; Frisone, Richard; Fritz, James; Fromer,
Michael; Frost, Robert; Frullani, Pierpaolo; Fryc, Bogdan; Fu,
Lilly; Fuentes, Hector; Fullam, Michael; Fuller, Christopher;
Fuller, Michael; Fulmore, Jerry; Furda, Ivan; Fusaro, Anthony;
Gadalkina, Mareva; Gaglia, Joseph; Gagliardi, Daniel; Galane,
Evan; Galanek, Thomas; Galanty, Edward; Galasso, Frank; Galatioto,
Vito; Galitsky, Igor; Galizia, Justin; Gallagher, Daniel;
Gallagher, Joseph; Gallagher, William; Gallardo, Gerald; Galletta,
Michael; Gallicchio, Alfred; Gallo, Joseph; Galo, Arthur; Galvin,
Raymond; Gambardella, Steven; Gambardella, Thomas; Gamble-James,
Cathy; Ganley, Katarzyna; Ganley, Robert; Gannon, Donald; Gannon,
Patrick; Gao, Xue; Gaon, Michael; Garafalo, Therese; Garbutt,
Jeffrey; Garcia, Damian; Garcia, Derrick; Garcia, Estefany;
Garcia, Franky; Garcia, German; Garcia, Jay; Garcia, Jerry;
Garcia, Jose; Garcia, Josue; Garcia, Kenny; Garcia, Michael;
Garcia, Priscilla; Garcia, Raul; Garcia, Robert; Garcia-Ortiz,
Luis; Gard, Marc; Gardell, Stephen; Gardella, Craig; Gardner,
Matthew; Gargan, Michael; Garguilo, Charles; Garner, Leontyne;
Garofano, Rosario; Garra, Charles; Garrett, Shaun; Garrity,
Robert; Garrity, Thomas; Garvin, Anita; Gaskevs, Daren; Gaspari,
William; Gasquez, Luke; Gatto, Anthony; Gatto, James; Gatto,
James; Gatto, Terry; Gaughan, Michael; Gautreau, Anlu; Gavalas,
Lambros; Gavars, Jessica; Gavigan, William; Gavin, Dawn; Gayle,
Veniece; Gaynor, Lorraine; Gebbia, James; Gebbia, Paul; Gebhard,
Ronald; Gehrig, Christopher; Geissler, James; Geller, Keith;
Gentdle, Angelo; Gentdle, Diana; Geoghegan, Kevin; George, Karl;
George, Robert; Geraci, Anthony; Geraldeso, Clara; Germain,
Wigenes; Gerrity, James; Gersbeck, Lenny; Gesualdo, Elizabeth;
Gholson, Nicole; Giaconia, Michael; Giaconia, Michael; Giambrone,
Vincent; Giangrandi, John; Giangregorio, Sebastiano; Giannetti,
Christopher; Giannetto, Joseph; Giarraputo, Daniele; Gibiino,
Maria; Gibson, Robert; Giddens, Ayanna; Gierloff, Kevin; Giglio,
Charles; Gil, Hipolito; Gilbert, Maria; Gilbert, Matthew; Gildea,
Kevev; Gilliard, Nyell; Gillis, Bryan; Gilmartin, Steven; Gilroy,
Timothy; Gimenez, Martin; Gioconda, Richard; Giordano, Bryan;
Giordano, Domevic; Giorgi, Dean; Giovanniello, Anzelmo; Giovevgo,
Carlo; Giuffre, Michael; Gladkowski, Joseph; Glancy, James; Glant,
Timothy; Glaudino, Thomas; Gleason, John; Glemaud, Fritz;
Gloragdlle, Edson; Glover, Kelvev; Gmelch, Michael; Goddard,
Ruthven; Goggin, Kevin; Goesjes, Corey; Goitia, Jason; Golden,
Patrick; Goldenberg, Andrew; Goldrick, Maryann; Goldsborough,
Brian; Golubeva, Zoya; Gomera, Jose; Gomes, David; Gomez, Angel;
Gomez, David; Gomez, Ivan; Gomez, Jorge; Gomez, Raymond; Gomez,
Welinton; Gomez, Wendie; Gong, Daniel; Gong, Meiyue; Gonzalez,
Alberto; Gonzalez, Allan; Gonzalez, Betsy; Gonzalez, Charisse;
Gonzalez, Christopher; Gonzalez, Egidio; Gonzalez, Jo-Ann;
Gonzalez, Marcus; Gonzalez, Raymond; Gonzalez, Rosa; Gonzalez,
Rose; Gonzalez, Salvador; Gonzalez, Sergio; Gonzalez, Steven;
Gonzalez, Thomas; Gonzalez, Wanda; Goodchild, Michael; Goode,
Tameika; Goode, Timothy; Goon, Bailey; Gopaul, Sanjeev; Gordon,
Donald; Gorman, Keith; Gorney, Walter; Goss, Brian; Gosta, George;
Graham, Brenda; Graham, Shannon; Granahan, Michael; Granowski,
Kenneth; Grasso, Michael; Grattan, Paul; Graves, Debbie; Graves,
Gregory; Gravino, Nicholas; Gravitch, Daniel; Grayson, Keves;
Graziano, Louis; Graziano, Nicholas; Graziano, Thomas; Greaux,
Roslyn; Green, Cedric; Green, Christopher; Green, Christopher;
Green, Gregory; Greene, George; Greene, Shelley; Greene, Stephen;
Greiner, Gregory; Greiner, Gregory; Griffin, Matthew; Griffin,
Ronald; Griffith, Charmaine; Griffith, Gerard; Griffith, Gerard;
Griffith, Natalie; Griffo, George; Grillo, James; Grimm, Joseph;
Grimmett, Adam; Groben, Christopher; Groneman, William; Gross,
Thomas; Groysman, Igor; Grycel, Dariusz; Guach, Jason; Guerra,
Daniel; Guerrero-Schwarz, Yesenia; Guerriero, Angelo; Guida,
Vincent; Guido, Joanne; Guiliani, Annette; Gulinello, Brian;
Gulinello, Christopher; Gulinello, Margarette; Gulotta, Anthony;
Gumpel, John; Gungor, Jemal; Gunther, Michael; Gurley, Tanisha;
Gurniak, Richard; Gustafson, Stacey; Guthoff, Julie; Gutierrez,
Edison; Guven, Eoris; Guzman, Catherine; Guzman, Jose; Guzzevo,
Michael; Guzzo, John; Haddican, Adrienne; Hagan, John; Hagestad,
Jason; Haggerty, James; Haldeman, Scott; Hall, Louron; Hall,
Rudolph; Hall, William; Hamdlton, Carol; Hamilton, Patrick;
Hamdlton, William; Hammer, Joshua; Han, Eileen; Hand, Doreen;
Hanna, Kevin; Hannon, Mark; Hanratty, Robert; Hansen, Erik;
Hansen, James; Hansler, William; Hanvey, Jessica; Haque, Shamsul;
Hardell, Maria; Hardell, Thomas; Harding, Stephen; Harding,
William; Haren, Charles; Harley-Lewis, Martha; Harney, Jeremiah;
Harper, Gregory; Harper, Kenji; Harrington, Christopher;
Harrington, Patrick; Harrison, Matthew; Harry, Robin; Hartley,
Stephen; Hartman, Michael; Hartnett, Joseph; Haug, Scott; Haut,
William; Hayden, Victoria; Hayes, Bernard; Hayes, Darrell; Hayes,
James; Hayes, John; Hayes, Michael; Haynes, Robert; Healey,
Richard; Healy, Gabrdzl; Heapes, Brendan; Heavey, Kevev; Hecht,
Steven; Heeren, Eric; Heffernan, James; Hegarty, James; Heilig,
Jeffrey; Held, Christopher; Helmer, Tyrone; Helschein, Adam;
Helschein, Adam; Henderson, Vane; Hengel, Michael; Hennelly,
Michael; Hennessey, Brian; Hennessy, Patrick; Henriquez, Siria;
Herbert, Brian; Herbert, Daniel; Herbert, John; Herdina, Edward;
Herman, Mark; Herman, Nathaniel; Hernandez, Antonio; Hernandez,
Beverley; Hernandez, Frank; Hernandez, George; Hernandez, Hector;
Hernandez, Juan; Hernandez, Luis; Hernandez, Maria; Hernandez,
Marlene; Hernandez, Philip; Hernandez, Rafael; Hernandez, Stacey;
Hernandez, Veronica; Hernandez Jr., Petronio; Herndon, Janice;
Herrera, Daniel; Herrera, Edward; Herrera, Laura; Herrera, Samuel;
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Hicks, Ralph; Hicks, Ricky; Hicks, Yasmin; Hidalgo, Josenny;
Hidalgo, Yoel; Hidalgo, Yoel; Higgevs, Christopher; Higgins,
Kieran; Hilbert, James; Hilke, Francis; Hill, Ceratta; Hill,
Robert; Hill, Scott; Hillery, Andrew; Hilliard, Kimberly;
Hillmann, Brian; Hills, Carlos; Hinds, Dion; Hines, James; Hines,
Steven; Hinteman, Teviothy; Hipple, James; Hirsch, Forrest;
Hirtzel, Christine; Hirtzel, Christine; Ho, Angela; Ho, David; Ho,
Edward; Ho, Kenneth; Ho, Mevgfang; Hoban, Brian; Hochstein,
Jonathan; Hockaday, Keith; Hodges, Janelle; Hoehl, Allan; Hoehl,
Laura; Hoey, Joseph; Hoey, Michael; Hogan, William; Hogans, Paula;
Hogg, Robert; Holguin, Leonardo; Holldorf, Kevev; Holmes, Estella;
Holmes, Lisa; Holmes, Michael; Holmes, Selena; Holochuck, Mark;
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Hopkins, Matthew; Hopkins, Sean; Hopkins, William; Horai, Robert;
Horodecki, Steven; Horohoe, Timothy; Horsham, Kelly; Horvath,
Thomas; Hospedales, Jared; Housen, Primrose; Houston, Tanya;
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Hrankiwskyj, John; Hsieh, Peter; Huang, George; Huber, John;
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Iannone, Stephen; Iaquinto, Thomas; Ieraci, Peter; Ievolo, Peter;
Iglesias, Miguel; Ignatov, Vasiliy; Imperatrice, Joseph;
Incardone, Jason; Ingenito, Joseph; Ingigneri, Gregory; Ingles
III, Pedro; Ingram, Michael; Inirio, Denny; Insalaco, Frank;
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Karen; Janusz, Kevin; Jara, Christian; Jarosch, Richard; Jasmin,
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Kong, Kenneth; Kong, William; Konosik, Eric; Koo, Andrew; Kopack,
Joseph; Korabel, Jonathan; Korabel, Michael; Kornbluth, Teviothy;
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Kurz, Brian; Kurz, Michael; Kurz, Stephen; Kwan, Tsz; Kwok, Simon;
Kwong, Raymond; Kyriannis, Lukas; La Torre, Harry; Labarbera,
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David; Laporta, Anthony; Laporta, Anthony; Lappin, Robert;
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Latorre, Salvatore; Lattuga, Joseph; Lau, Brian; Lau, Eddie; Lau,
Michael; Lau, Yiu Tung; Laureano, Laurismendy; Lavecchia, Michael;
Lavelle, Jennifer; Lavelle, Richard; Lavezzo, Peter; Laviano,
Joseph; Lavevo, Anthony; Lawrence, Christopher; Lawrence, James;
Lawrence, Latavia; Lawrence, Latisha; Lawrence, Nancy; Lawrence,
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Mark; Lazar, Richard; Lazarou, Michael; Lazarus, Noreen; Lazzara,
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Benjamin; Lee, Clifford; Lee, Daniel; Lee, Glorisel; Lee, James;
Lee, Jeanne; Lee, Justin; Lee, Keng Yan; Lee, Keun; Lee, Lap
Keung; Lee, Leonard; Lee, Melissa; Lee, Sherman; Lee, Stacy; Lee,
Steven; Lee, Vincent; Lee, Yoon; Lefkowitz, Logan; Lei, Wei;
Leighton, Finbarr; Leisengang, Edward; Leitenis, Andrew;
Lemelledo, Jason; Lennihan, Michael; Lent, Thomas; Leo, James;
Leonard, Thomas; Leonardi, David; Leontis, Robert; Lerebours,
Luis; Leroy, Gregory; Leshevger, Raymond; Leslie, Debra; Leslie-
Evans, Lillian; Leudesdorff, Karl; Leung, Edward; Leung, Kaiyuen;
Leveve, Arthur; Levy, Douglas; Levy, Erez; Lewis, Carlos; Lewis,
John; Lewis, Keble; Lewis, Lori; Lewis, Robin; Li, Haoran; Li,
Robert; Li, Steven; Li, Xiang; Lian, Leon; Liang, William;
Libretto, Frank; Liebegott, Scott; Liguori, Nicholas; Liguori,
Vincent; Lilavois, Clifford; Liles, Elizabeth; Lim, Taejtn;
Limage, Jennifer; Linahan, Michael; Lippert, David; Lippolis,
Christopher; Lipscomb, Alvin; Lisa, Vicki; Lisi, Anthony; Liso,
Thomas; Liss, Jeffrey; Liuzzo, Thomas; Loccisano, Robert; Lock,
Wayne; Locke, Gregory; Lockel, Christopher; Loduca, John; Logan,
Patrick; Logan, Thomas; Logan, William; Lograsso, Stephen; Lomax,
Jewel; Lombardo, Gary; Lonergan, Keves; Long, Gerard; Long,
Gregory; Long, Wei; Longo, Dominick; Longo, Joseph; Looney,
Michael; Lopez, Adrienne; Lopez, Andrew; Lopez, Brian; Lopez,
Diana; Lopez, Erik; Lopez, Euclides; Lopez, Francisco; Lopez,
Freddy; Lopez, Juan; Lopez, Larry; Lopez, Luis; Lopez, Maria;
Lopez, Stanley; Lopez, Vivian; Lopez-Maceda, Ivan; Lorenzo, David;
Losco, Michael; Loud, Stephen; Loughran, Michael; Louie, Daniel;
Louis, Clifford; Louissaint, Gary; Lovell, Wayne; Loza, Fernando;
Lu, Hanjie; Lubev, Ronald; Lubomski, Michael; Lubrano, Cosmo;
Lubrano, Erik; Lucas, Anthony; Lucas, Patricia; Lucas, Widler;
Luciano, Frank; Luciano, Jason; Lucic, Michael; Luceoo, Salvatore;
Luis, Troy; Lukas, Frank; Lukowski, Michael; Lunny, Daniel;
Lunsford, Jason; Lutz, Michael; Lux, Jane; Lynch, Christopher;
Lynch, James; Lynch, Kevin; Lynch, Kevin; Lynch, Margaret; Lynch,
Sean; Lynskey, Sean; Lyons, Dawn; Lyons, Patrick; Macari, John;
Macchio, Nicholas; Macdonald, David; Machado, Luis; Macias, Keith;
Mack, Darryl; Mackay, Scott; Mackay, William; Macnear, Stanley;
Maddalena, Michael; Maddrey, Steven; Madho, Rayna; Madhu, Shd3u;
Madouros, Georgia; Maffei, Thomas; Maggiore, Vincent; Mages,
Brian; Magliente, Teviothy; Magluilo, Jerome; Magori, Yael;
Maguffin, Brendan; Maguire, John; Mahady, Christopher; Mahbub,
Shumon; Mahepath, Anthony; Mahon, Robert; Mahoney, Austin;
Mahoney, James; Mai, Herbert; Mai, Tin; Maibruch, Howard; Maiello,
Frank; Mainor, Robert; Maiorano, Carlo; Maisonave, Alexis;
Maisonet, Albert; Maki, Christopher; Malave, Magali; Maldonado,
Amado; Maldonado, Angel; Maldonado, Arlene; Maldonado, Donn;
Maldonado, Kimberly; Maldonado, Lesley; Maldonado, Victor;
Malespin, Luis; Malin, Teviothy; Mallick, Daniel; Malone, Michael;
Malone, Thomas; Maloney, Kevin; Maloney, Robert; Mamys, Robert;
Manalastas, Ramon; Manara, Marc; Mancini, Maera; Mancini, Steven;
Manders, Christopher; Maneri, Chase; Manfredi, Anthony; Manfredi,
Joseph; Mangan, Wayne; Mangome, Daniel; Manigo, Denise;
Maniscalco, Salvatore; Mannino, Michael; Mannino, Salvatore;
Mannuzza, Sebastian; Manolangas, George; Mansfield, Nicholas;
Manto, Anthony; Manzari, Jason; Manzer, Alicea; Manzi, Chad; Mao,
Shun-Ping; Mara, Shaun; Marachilian, Hariton; Marcaida, Eugene;
Marcano, John; Marchand, Gary; Marchello, John; Marchese, Vincent;
Marchlewski, Shawn; Marciante, Joseph; Marco, Thomas; Marcus,
Gary; Maresca, Anthony; Maresca, Douglas; Maresca, Jeffrey;
Margraf Jr., Francis; Maric, Miroslav; Maric, Sasa; Marinaccio,
Carl; Mareves, Luis; Marevo, Joseph; Marino, Joseph; Marino, Jr,
Anthony; Markert, James; Marketos, Angelos; Markowitz, Frank;
Marku, Visar; Maroni, Gary; Marotta, Gregory; Marrin, Brian;
Marrone, Christopher; Marsalisi, Peter; Marte, Miguel; Marte,
Sergio; Marti, Ronald; Martin, Colbert; Martin, Corina; Martin,
Damon; Martin, Jean; Martin, John; Martin, John; Martindale,
Michelle; Martinez, Alberto; Martinez, Andres; Martinez, Danny;
Martinez, Dario; Martinez, Edward; Martinez, Elyse; Martinez,
Isaias; Martinez, Jesus; Martinez, John; Martinez, Jonathan;
Martinez, Jose; Martinez, Marco; Martinez, Robert; Martinez,
Samuel; Martinez, Stephanie; Martino, Vincent; Masci, Robert;
Mascia, Anthony; Mascia, Joseph; Masin, Reid; Massa, Pete;
Massetti, Mark; Massucci, Robert; Mastandrea, Vito; Masters,
Edward; Masterson, Christopher; Mastrande, Andrew; Mastromarevo,
Louis; Mateo, Carmen; Mateo-Jerez, John; Mathew, Biju; Matos,
Manuel; Matthew, Joseph; Matthews, Kevin; Matthies, William;
Matula, Robert; Maturo, Russell; Matviiv, Ruslan; Matz, Markus;
Mauceli, Joseph; Mauriello, Alfred; Mauro, Joseph; Mayo, Rebecca;
Mazur, Jordan; Mazzocchi, Frank; McAlister, Lawrence; McAllister,
Brian; McBride, Martin; McCabe, Ian; McCabe, Patrick; McCabe,
Robert; McCabe, Terence; McCaffery, Michael; McCall, Terrance;
McCann, James; McCarron, Daniel; McCartan, Ryan; McCarthy, John;
McCarthy, Michael; McCarthy, Sean; McCarthy, Thomas; McCaughey,
Brian; McClinton-Young, Stephanie; McComiskey, James; McCooey,
Patrick; McCormack, Joseph; McCormack, Karyn; McCormack, Peter;
McCormick, John; McCoy, Marcus; McCrosson, Suzanne; McDonagh,
John; McDonald, Charles; McDowell, Terence; McElligott, Sean;
McElroy, Brian; McEneaney, Phillip; McEnroe, John; McEvoy, Andrew;
McFarlane, Michael; McGann, Mary; McGarry, James; McGeough, Una;
McGeown, Brian; McGibbon, Christopher; McGill, Michael; McGivney,
John; McGlynn, Eileen; McGovern, Christopher; McGovern, Michael;
McGovern, Peter; McGovern, Thomas; McGowan, Michael; McGowan,
Raymond; McGrath, Christine; McGraw, Reginald; McGrory, Sean;
McGuigan, Vincent; McGuinness, Ryan; McGuire, Patrick; McGuire,
Steven; McHugh, Eugene; McHugh, Michael; McHugh, Thomas;
McInerney, James; McInerney, James; McInnis, Andrew; McKenna,
Francis; McKenna, Joseph; McKenna, Scott; McKenna, Stephen;
McKenney, Carlton; McKenney, Teesha; McKenzie, Rohan; McKinney,
Nathan; McKoy, Ralston; McLaine, Sean; McLaughlin, Kathleen;
McLaughlin, Kevin; McLaughlin, Thomas; McLaughlin, Thomas; McLean,
Duran; McLeod, Garfield; McLoone, Kevin; McMann, Peter; McManus,
Thomas; McMillan, Carolyn; McMullen, Damon; McNally, Gregory;
McNamara, Thomas; McNeil, Daniel; McNeill, Willie; McNevin, John;
McNulty, Bryan; McQueen-Whitley, Kynda; McQuillen, Matthew;
McReynolds, Reginald; McRorie, Jessica; McSweeney, Thomas;
McWalters, Thomas; Meade, Meliza; Medina, Eric; Medina, Hh*Am;
Medina, Jaevie; Medina, Jose; Medina, Tomas; Mednick, Marc;
Meegan, Patrick; Meehan, Brian; Meehan, Thomas; Meehan, William;
Meeks, James; Mei, Anthony; Meier, Heidi; Meisenholder, Michael;
Mejia, John; Melendez, Angel; Melendez, Daveo; Melendez, Paul;
Melhado, Daryl; Melev, Edward; Melisi, Sammy; Melmos, Jesse; Melo,
Juan; Melrose, William; Memoli, David; Mena, Jolt; Mendez, Daniel;
Mendez, David; Mendez, Jose; Mendez, Wh.Liam; Mendieta, Donny;
Mendoza, Sylvia; Menendez, Jenny; Mentor, Winslow; Mentore, Ron;
Meola, Gerardo; Mercado, Adam; Mercado, Derek; Mercado, Eduardo;
Mercado, Hector; Mercado, Ivan; Mercado, Ivonne; Mercado, Jose;
Mercedes, Nehemias; Mercedes, Richard; Mercer, Robert; Mercier,
Randal; Merkoski, Suzette; Merrick, Vance; Merrill, Michael; Mesa,
Alexander; Metjaic, Nizama; Mevo, Victor; Meyer, Kevin; Meyer,
Raymond; Meyers, Larry; Michael, Kerrissa; Michel, Jessica;
Michel, Mario; Middleton, Nakia; Miedreich, John; Mifsud, Luisa;
Migdol, Rory; Mikulus, Peter; Milano, Victor; Miles, Bonnie;
Mileski, John; Milevoj, Davor; Miller, Bradford; Miller, Chantay;
Miller, Charresse; Miller, Daniel; Miller, David; Miller, Desmond;
Miller, Gregory; Miller, Joseph; Miller, Keviberly; Miller, Lucas;
Miller, Michael; Miller, Michael; Miller, Peter; Miller, Richard;
Miller, Stacey; Miller, Valerie; Milligan, Derrick; Mills, Peter;
Milne, Scott; Milone, Ralph; Milone, William; Miltenberg, James;
Mims, Maryann; Mims, Wayne; Minarczyk, Peter; Minaya, Tara; Minca,
Robert; Minchev, Dennis; Meviero, Eugene; Miniero, Lillian;
Minogue, Michael; Mirabal, Robert; Miranda, Ali; Miranda, Daniel;
Miranda, Daniel; Mirkev, Boris; Miro, Christopher; Mishiyev,
Roman; Misir, Navin; Mitchell, Avamarie; Mitchell, Matthew;
Mitchell, Rodney; Mitchell, Sean; Mitskaris, Loukas; Moakley,
Michael; Moberg, Alfred; Moccia, Michael; Mock, Mario; Modestil,
Richard; Mohan, Dewkoemar; Moldowsky, Peter; Mole, Nathan; Molina,
Janemarie; Molina, Maria; Molinaro, Lorenzo; Molinini, Richard;
Molokwu, Aniweta; Momplaisir, Rose; Monahan, Edward; Monahan,
Kenneth; Moncada, Guhxermo; Mondone, Paul; Monkowski, Matthew;
Montague, Kathleen; Montalban, Mervev; Montana, Paul; Montes,
Juan; Montesquieu, Alex; Montgomery, Felicia; Montuori, Joseph;
Monzon, David; Moon, Joongsik; Moore, Hukm; Moore, Merrill; Moore
III, James; Mora, Cesar; Morabito, Vincenzo; Morales, David;
Morales, Feliciana; Morales, Jose; Morales, Lourdes; Morales,
Mario; Morales, Rafael; Morales, Rosa; Morali, Solomon; Moran,
Brendan; Moran, Christopher; Moran, Juan; Moran, Michael; Moran,
Raymond; Morange, Austin; Morant, Nadia; Morawek, Julie; Moreau,
Donice; Moreau, Eddy; Morel, Wendy; Morell, Edward; Morello,
Daniel; Moreno, Juan; Morgan, Casey; Morgan, Donald; Morris,
Scott; Morrison, Jill; Morrison, Okera; Morrison, Ricardo;
Morrissey, Michael; Morrissey, Stephen; Morrissey, William;
Mortensen, Robert; Mortimer, Michael; Mortman, Shaun; Mosca,
Robert; Moschetto, Matthew; Moser, Joshua; Moses, Lisette;
Mosiurchak, Kevin; Mosquea, Andy; Motto, Kimberly; Moultrie,
Latoya; Mourad, Mourad; Moya, Yerlin; Moye, Kenya; Mrakovcic,
Mark; Mueller, Daniel; Mufaddi, Daniel; Muggeo, Paul; Muhammad,
Paul; Mui, Tat; Muia, Arturo; Muir, Joseph; Mulholland, Shawn;
Mullaney, Denis; Mullen, Allison; Mullen, Brian; Mullen, James;
Muller, Christopher; Muller, Hantz; Muller, James; Muller, Joseph;
Mullevs, Edward; Mulqueen, Kevin; Mulrooney, Kevin; Mulvey,
Daniel; Mulvey, Steven; Mulvihill, Marie; Mumper, James; Mundo,
Dawn; Munley, Molly; Munoz, Adan; Munoz, Alex; Munoz, Francisco;
Munoz, Vanessa; Muratori, Peter; Murnane, Francis; Murphy,
Annemarie; Murphy, Brian; Murphy, Daniel; Murphy, Joseph; Murphy,
Keith; Murphy, Michael; Murphy, Ryan; Murphy, Siobhan; Murphy,
William; Murray, Elizabeth; Murray, Kimberly; Murtagh, Tameka;
Musick, Robert; Musse, Jenny; Musumeci, Steven; Muzikar, Joseph;
Myrthil, Alan; Nachtrab, Jason; Nadel, Ian; Nagasar, Petamber;
Nagel, Thomas; Nagi, Gowdat; Namour, Alexandre; Naolo, Moise;
Napoleon, Johnny; Napoli, Guy; Napolitano, Joseph; Narbutt,
Michael; Nasierowski, Ross; Natale, Bryan; Natoli, Brian; Nazario,
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Wanda; Negus, William; Neiss, Barry; Nellen, Maryann; Nelson,
Benjamin; Nelson, Veronica; Neon, Novaidul; Neri, Matthew; Nero,
Giuseppe; Neumann, Andrew; Newcamp, Scott; Newelt, Marc; Newkirk,
Lisa-Marie; Newshan, Bryan; Newsom, Christopher; Newton, James;
Newton, Rachelle; Neziri, Michael; Ng, Edward; Ng, Jack; Ng,
James; Ng, Keung; Ng, Phillip; Ng, Raymond; Ng, Thomas; Nguyen,
Cuong; Nicastro, Carmine; Nicastro, Christine; Nichols, Brian;
Nicholson, Gerard; Nicholson, Robert; Niebrzydowski, Wojciech;
Nieves, Carlos; Nieves, Edwin; Nieves, Hiram; Nikiforidis,
Evangelos; Nikocevic, Anis; Nilan, Courtney; Nilsen, Craig; Nivar,
Alexander; Noa, Gilbert; Nolan, Erick; Nolan, Gabrielle; Nolan,
Kevin; Nolasco, Hector; Nomani, Mohammad; Nonnon, James; Norberg,
Jude; Nostramo, Thomas; Nowak, Marek; Nozile, Fred; Nuez, Edwin;
Nugent, Donna; Nugnes, Frank; Nulman, Alex; Nunes, Louis; Nunez,
Alexander; Nunez, Franny; Nunez, Johnny; Nunez, Jose; Nunez, Luis;
Nunez, Oscar; Nunez, Rigoberto; Nunziato, John; Oberding,
Christopher; Obrien, Timothy; O'Brien, Eddie; O'Brien, James;
O'Brien, James; O'Brien, Kenneth; O'Brien, Thomas; Ocasio, Janet;
O'Connell, Christopher; O'Connell, James; O'Connell, Margaret;
O'Connell, Timothy; Oconnor, Kerry; Oconnor, Kevin; O'Connor,
John; O'Connor, John; O'Connor, John; O'Connor, Michael; O'Connor,
Michael; O'Connor, Patrick; O'Connor, Terry; O'Conor, James; Oden,
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Kevin; O'Donnell, Maryfrances; O'Donoghue, James; O'Donohoe,
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O'Hagan, Stephen; Ohanlon, Denis; O'Hara, John; O'Hara, Sean;
Ohare, Michael; O'Keefe, John; O'Keefe, Siobhan; O'Keeffe,
Cornelius; Olavarria, John; O'Leary, Chester; O'Leary, Tara;
Olewnicki, James; Olfano, Eric; Olic, Jure; Olevsky, Larry; Oliva,
Christian; Oliver, Joseph; Oliveras, Gabriel; Olsen, Kenneth;
Olson, Robert; O'Malley, Patrick; Oneil, Brighid; O'Neil,
Elizabeth; O'Neil, Michael; O'Neil, Patrick; Orecchia, John;
Orecchio, Joseph; Orenstein, Jeremy; Orion, Pierre; Orlando,
Daniel; Ormond, Thomas; O'Rourke, Michael; Orsini, Luis; Ortiz,
Antonio; Ortiz, Antonio; Ortiz, Daniel; Ortiz, Edgar; Ortiz,
Ginger; Ortiz, John; Ortiz, Juan; Ortiz, Nicole; Ortiz, Raymond;
Ortiz, Wilson; Ortiz, Yvette; Ortiz Jr, Felix; Orzano, Richard;
Osborne, Sandrina; Osbourne, David; O'shea, Frank; Osonitsch,
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Ostrowski, Greg; O'Sullivan, Brendan; O'Sullivan, John;
O'Sullivan, Joseph; O'Sullivan, Michael; Oswald, Robert; Otero,
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Ovando, Patricio; Ozuna, Angeleve; Pabon, Eliezer; Pabon, Jessica;
Pabon, Jose; Pabon-Bellotti, Denise; Paccione, Nicholas; Pacella,
Catherine; Pacheco, Michelle; Pacheco, Ricardo; Padell, Ryan;
Padilla, Kisha; Padilla, Reynaldo; Padovani, Brian; Padula,
Joseph; Paese, Joseph; Pagan, Linda; Pagan, Rogelio; Pagano,
Francis; Pagano, Gabriel; Pagels, Steven; Paholek, Edward; Pak,
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Palermo, Dominic; Palermo, John; Paliotta, James; Palmenta,
Amanda; Palmer, Dwayne; Palmer, Michael; Palmieri, John;
Palmiotto, Joseph; Palumbo, Frank; Palusko, Eric; Pampafikos,
Helen; Pan, Jessie; Panacopoulos, Spiros; Pandullo, Frank;
Panetta, Anthony; Panico, Joseph; Panisseoi, Daniel; Panni, Eric;
Panzarella, Phillip; Paolucci, John; Papa, Robert;
Papavlasopoulos, Spiro; Pappas, Johanna; Paquette, Mark; Paradise,
Christopher; Parco, Thomas; Paredes, Oscar; Parente, John;
Parfenoff, Andrew; Parham, Titus; Parisi, Michael; Parker, Shavon;
Parker, Wdlliam; Parker-Thompson, Shavette; Parrino, Tina;
Pasquale, Christopher; Pasqualone, Peter; Passamenti, John;
Pastrana, Jesus; Patelli, Robert; Patriaco, Vincent; Patterson,
Michael; Patterson, Sheila; Paul, Nigel; Paulev, Ronald; Paulson,
Elizabeth; Pavelchak, Daniel; Pavic, Thomas; Payne, Jamil;
Pazmino, Dominic; Peccia, Robert; Pedevillano, Marc; Randazzo,
John; Ranieri, Vincent; Rann, Marna; Ransome, Suzanne; Rapoli,
Louis; Raso, Antoinette; Raso, Michael; Ray-Lombardo, Nedra;
Reale, Nicholas; Recevos, Mario; Reda, Joseph; Redner, Joseph;
Reed, Alfred; Reed, Thomas; Reeder, Thomas; Reese, Michael; Reese,
Shanee; Rehman, Zaka; Reich, Steven; Reeo, Andrew; Reeo, Haaziq;
Reeo, Matthew; Redlly, James; Reh.Ly, Michael; Reevibeau, Jude;
Reevecke, Michael; Reisch, Robert; Reiser, Scott; Rendon, John;
Renna, Darren; Rentas, William; Reyes, Anthony; Reyes, Antonio;
Reyes, Edwin; Reyes, Jose; Reyes, Matilde; Reyes, Reynaldo;
Reynolds, Ronald; Rezek, William; Rhambarose, Premchand; Ricci,
Alfred; Ricciardi, Thomas; Rice, Michelle; Rice, Thomas;
Richardson, Jovita; Richardson, Marc; Richardson, Ricardo;
Richardson, William; Ricotta, Daisy; Ricotta, Joseph; Ricupero,
Michael; Ridwanto, Marc; Rieger, Michael; Riggevs, Tyrek; Riggio,
Steven; Riker, Sean; Riley, Dawn; Rinaldi, Frank; Rinaldi,
Stephen; Ringel, Jonathan; Rios, Daniel; Rios, Jennery; Rios,
Joshua; Rios, Kelly; Rios, Robert; Rios, Steven; Ritter, Thomas;
Rivera, Albert; Rivera, Amaury; Rivera, Ann; Rivera, Denise;
Rivera, Evelyn; Rivera, Felix; Rivera, Ferdinand; Rivera, Gregory;
Rivera, Israel; Rivera, Ruben; Riviello, Robert; Rizvi, Anthony;
Rizzuto, Matthew; Roach, Catherine; Roach, Craig; Roach, Margaret;
Robbevs, Joel; Roberto, Pegeen; Roberts, Carlos; Roberts, Danny;
Roberts, Karen; Roberts, Walter; Robinson, Dennis; Robinson, Eric;
Robinson, Joseph; Robinson, Melody; Robinson, William; Roche,
Christopher; Rodeschin, Peter; Rodgers, David; Rodin, Russell;
Rodrigo, Patrick; Rodriguez, Agueda; Rodriguez, Albert; Rodriguez,
Alvin; Rodriguez, Bianey; Rodriguez, Charles; Rodriguez, Cynthia;
Rodriguez, David; Rodriguez, Dennis; Rodriguez, Eli; Rodriguez,
Emma; Rodriguez, Eric; Rodriguez, Erick; Rodriguez, Fidel;
Rodriguez, Flavio; Rodriguez, Frank; Rodriguez, Guillermo;
Rodriguez, Javier; Rodriguez, Jeffrey; Rodriguez, Jorge;
Rodriguez, Jose; Rodriguez, Julissa; Rodriguez, Marcos; Rodriguez,
Michael; Rodriguez, Rafael; Rodriguez, Robert; Rodriguez, Robert;
Rodriguez, Vicente; Rodriques, Emelio; Rodriquez, Agustine;
Rodriquez, Jeffrey; Rodriquez, Steven; Roe, Andrew; Rogers,
Besemah; Rogers, Sean; Rogers, Timothy; Rohan, Kieran; Rohs,
Robert; Rojas, Luis; Rojas, Tamecca; Rojas, Zandro; Rojecki, John;
Roldan, Stephanie; Rolon, David; Romain, Patrick; Roman, Eric;
Roman, Jorge; Roman, Wakisha; Roman, Waldo; Romance, Richard;
Romano, Salvatore; Rondo, Anastasia; Roper, Kamala; Rosa, Angel;
Rosa, John; Rosa, Noel; Rosado, Martha; Rosal, Carlos; Rosanelli,
Vincent; Rosario, Andres; Rosario, Angelo; Rosario, Evelio;
Rosario, Felix; Rosario, Fidel; Rosario, Michelly; Rosario,
Moises; Rosario, Nesquelma; Rosato, Laura; Roscher, James; Rose,
Duane; Rose, Kurtis; Rosen, Sasha; Rosenberg, Chad; Rosenberg,
Jeffrey; Rosenberger, Joseph; Rosenthal, Jeffrey; Rosenthal, Joel;
Rosiak, Annalisa; Rossello, Manuel; Rossiter, Keith; Rosso, Daveo;
Rosso, Joseph; Rostkowski, William; Rothman, Adam; Roughneen,
Kevin; Rouse, Thomas; Rouzinos, Teddy; Roventesi, Danielle; Rowe,
Marlon; Royall, Kevev; Rubdjstein, Erik; Ruffev, Tomeka; Rufolo,
Salvatore; Ruggieri, John; Ruggiero, Nicole; Ruiz, Alfredo; Ruiz,
Eric; Ruiz, Lina; Ruiz, Ramiro; Ruiz, Richard; Rummel, Edward;
Rusielewicz, Jr, Raymond; Russell, Andrew; Russell, Kathleen;
Russo, Andrew; Russo, Dennis; Russo, Gennaro; Russo, Glenn; Russo,
Kenneth; Russo, Michael; Russo, Philip; Ruthizer, Tyler;
Ruvinskiy, Rostislav; Ruzzi, Michael; Ryabevev, Andriy; Ryan,
Brendan; Ryan, Edward; Ryan, Erin; Ryan, John; Ryan, John; Ryan,
John; Ryan, Patrick; Ryan, Rosa; Ryan, Thomas; Rzonca, Jon-
Kristian; Sabbio, Thomas; Saburro, Michael; Saccone, Joseph;
Sadlak, Stanley; Sadlier, Teresa; Safford, Simone; Sagnelli,
Michael; Saint Robert, Michelle; Saladeen-Patel, Karena; Salas,
Maria; Salato, Anthony; Salcedo Jr, Rene; Saleh, Majer; Salice,
Michael; Saldjas, Liz; Salisbury, Janna; Saller, Edward; Salmon,
David; Salogub, Michael; Salomons, Jonathan; Salters, Harold;
Sambriski, Michael; Saminath, Dhanan; Sammon, Joseph; Sample,
Kevon; Sample Jr., William; Samuel, Anthony; Samuel, Mathews;
Sanchez, Adrian; Sanchez, Eloy; Sanchez, Fabian; Sanchez,
Francisco; Sanchez, Johendi; Sanchez, Lorraine; Sanchez, Miguel;
Sanchez, Raymond; Sanchez, Tania; Sanchez, Victor; Sanderlin,
Robert; Sanders, Leonard; Sanders, Richard; Sandhu, Amanjeet;
Sandhu, Jaspreet; Sandoval, Eduard; Sandseth, Silvia; Sankerdial,
Roger; Sannasardo, Robert; Sansone, Philip; Santana, Alberto;
Santana, Felix; Santana, Jay; Santangelo, Anthony; Santiago,
Adrian; Santiago, Crystal; Santiago, Edwin; Santiago, Harry;
Santiago, Joseph; Santiago, Richard; Santiago, Roberto; Santiago,
Sammy; Santoli, Patrick; Santora, Jack; Santora, Richard; Santos,
Erlyn; Santos, Fernando; Santos, Javier; Santos, Ricardo; Santos,
Valerie; Santos, Yajaira; Sariego, Luis; Sarli, Vevcent; Sarosy,
Brian; Sarracino, Guadalupe; Sarubbi-Barcia, Alexandra; Saturnev,
Jason; Saunders, Michelle; Saviano, Joseph; Sawers, Ron; Sawicki,
Gerard; Scaglione, Patricia; Scala, James; Scalise, Brian;
Scanlan, Kevev; Scanlon, John; Scantlebury, Erik; Scaparro,
Michael; Scarfuto, William; Scarglato, Phdlip; Scarpantonio,
Donna; Scavelli, Guy; Sce, Andre; Schack, Douglas; Schafer,
Kristen; Schatz, John; Schenck, Jonathan; Schindlar, Curt;
Schinina, Emanuel; Schiotis, Kenneth; Schlein, Adam; Schmidt,
Matthew; Schmeot, Timothy; Schmeot, William; Schmitt, Matthew;
Schneider, Adam; Schneider, Donald; Schneider, Mark; Scholl,
Christopher; Schreiber, Robert; Schroeder, John; Schrynemakers,
John; Schudde, Erika; Schulz, Peter; Schumacher, Peter; Schupp,
John; Schwager, Marni; Schwartz, Kevin; Schwartz, Martin; Schwarz,
Daniel; Schwille, George; Sciacca, Daniel; Sciacca, Gasper;
Sciarillo, Jude; Sciascia, John; Scifo, John; Sciove, Salvatore;
Scire, Joseph; Scocca, Paul; Scogmanillo, Carl; Scognamiglio,
George; Scott, Christopher; Scott, Scottie; Scotto, Vincent;
Scurro, James; Sealy, Kelley; Seda, Lisa; Sedacca, Angelo; Seeley,
Andrew; Sed3el, Erik; Sed3enberg, Adam; Seh.Evg, Michael; Semioli,
Carmine; Sena, Michael; Sena, Philip; Senat, Charles; Sepe,
Matthew; Seredniy, Ruslan; Serra, Robert; Serrano, Anna; Serrano,
Carlos; Serrano, Estella; Serrano, Joseph; Serrano, Olvin;
Serrapica, Linda; Sesack, William; Sestito, Anthony; Sexton,
Maria; Sexton Jr., Israel; Seymour, Wendel; Shafeoiya, Eunice;
Shah, Samir; Shaleesh, William; Shanahan, Kevin; Shapero, Jack;
Sharma, Ruth; Sharpe, Arzina; Sharpe, Christopher; Shaughnessy,
James; Shea, Cheryl; Shea, David; Shea, Patrick; Sheahan, Richard;
Sheahan, Richard; Sheahan, Thomas; Sheehan, Kevin; Sheehan,
Matthew; Shefidiys, Beatrice; Sheldon, Timothy; Shenderovich,
Charmaine; Sheppard, Kenan; Sheppard, Tarik; Sherman, Jennifer;
Shigri, Shazad; Shevishi, David; Shook, Daniel; Shovlin, Brendan;
Shum, Eison; Siani, Christopher; Siciliano, Steven; Siculiano,
John; Siedman, Richard; Siegel, Neil; Sien, Tracey; Siley, Mark;
Siliato, Mark; Silvera, Taneese; Silverman, Joel; Silverstein,
Diana; Silvester, Edward; Simmons, Roy; Simms, Justin; Simon,
Darnell; Simone, Charles; Simone, Stacey; Simonetti, Joseph;
Simons, Jonathan; Sinatra, Jack; Sinatra, Mark; Sinatra, Michael;
Sinclair, Hugh; Singh, Harjit; Singh, Jagdeep; Singh, Jaikaran;
Singh, Khamraj; Singh, Rajinder; Singh, Sunil; Singkuan, Nicko;
Sinnona, Salvatore; Siragusa, Jason; Sitko, Jaime; Skoufis,
Milton; Slade, Howard; Slattery, Teviothy; Slawik, Mark; Slayne,
John; Slear, Matthew; Slogick, Keith; Slonski, Pawel; Smith,
Bryan; Smith, Catherine; Smith, Chandra; Smith, Charrisse; Smith,
Cyress; Smith, Dwight; Smith, Edward; Smith, Lakeisha; Smith,
Mark; Smith, Matthew; Smith, Michael; Smith, Oliver; Smith,
Shawadra; Smith, Sylvia; Smith, Thomas; Smithson, Terrence;
Smithwick, Oneil; Snopkowski, Steven; Soares, James; Soberal,
Isaac; Sohan, Kurinne; Solarsh, Mitchel; Solcany, Stephen; Soldo,
Michael; Soldo, Robert; Solomon, Alan; Sommer, Jacinda; Sommers,
Marc; Sondey, Daniel; Song, Edward; Sonnenberg, Eric; Sordi,
Joseph; Soreco, Carl; Sorensen, Frank; Sosa, Migdalia; Soto,
Edwin; Soto, Herd3erto; Soto, Ruben; Souffrant Jr, Frantz; South,
John; Spaeth, Daniel; Spanos, Stavros; Sparacio, Joseph; Spataro,
Nicholas; Spataro, Stephen; Spencer, Janine; Spennato, Michael;
Sperrazza, Stephen; Speruta,Jr, Anthony; Spiegel, Daniel; Spies,
Robert; Spinola, Vincenzo; Spinosa, Michael; Spinosa, Sally;
Spitzfaden, Thomas; Spring, Elizabeth; Springer, Euborne;
Sprolling, Jennifer; Spurrell, Bernadette; Srour, Filastine; St
Fort, Edouardo; St. Claire, Christine; St. Fort, Derby; St.Louis,
George; Staiano, Gregory; Stamm, Brian; Stanchic, John; Stanwise,
Arthur; Starks, Demetria; Starrantino, Matthew; Stasi, Marc;
Stasmski, Peter; Staton, Anitrah; Stavros, Christopher; Steck,
Robert; Steele, Kevev; Steele, Victor; Stefanelli, Thomas;
Stefanovich, Michael; Steinberg, David; Steiner, Mark; Stepanovic,
Nevene; Stephens, Thomas; Stevko, John; Stewart, Donald; Stewart,
John; Stewart, Keith; Stewart, Michael; Stewart-Perry, Qunda;
Stiene, Erik; Stocker, Jason; Stoll, Julie; Stolzer, Michael;
Straiges, Sunshine; Strang, Bruce; Strano, Joseph; Stratmann,
Adrienne; Strom, David; Strong, Clifford; Struzinski, Charles;
Stubbing, John; Stueckenschneider, Jon; Styron, Scott; Su, Dixun;
Suarez, Gudllermo; Sucre, Jason; Suddler, Carlton; Sudsky,
Jonathan; Suero, Elvis; Sullivan, Barbara; Sullivan, David;
Sullivan, Donald; Sullivan, George; Sullivan, Timothy; Sullivan,
William; Summa, Montgomery; Summa, Shereen; Sun, Eric; Suriel,
Wilberto; Surujballi, Sheival; Susi-Ortiz, Dawn; Sutherland,
Bruce; Sutter, James; Svercel, Daniel; Swanda, Donald; Sweetevg
Cooper, Soyini; Swetsky, Derek; Swystun, Juan; Sydnor, Charles;
Sykora, Michael; Szurnicki, Martha; Tabb, Christopher; Tablante,
Shaun; Tabor, Bogdan; Tacoronte, Melissa; Tai, Kwok; Tam, Peter;
Tamburello, Salvatore; Tamburrino, Frank; Tammaro, Peter;
Tancredi, Anthony; Tancredi, John; Tanza, Francis; Taormina,
David; Tate, Thomas; Taunton, Paul; Tavalaro, Vevcent; Tavares,
George; Tavarez, David; Tavella, Ralph; Taveras, Edward; Taveras,
John; Taveras, Katherine; Taylor, Daveo; Taylor, Jermaine; Taylor,
Jesse; Taylor, Joseph; Taylor, Keith; Taylor, Robert; Taylor,
Sylvia; Tedesco, Robert; Tejada, Dennes; Tejada, Marianela;
Tejada, Vanessa; Tejeda, Ramon; Telesco, Tony; Teran, Francis;
Terlinsky, Jesse; Termeve, Glenn; Terpos, Philip; Terrano,
Vevcent; Tetonic, Joseph; Thacke, Kevin; Thall, Peter; Theodule,
Rodney; Theophecus, Brian; Thieleke, Cliff; Thomas, Donna; Thomas,
Hayden; Thomas, Robert; Thomason, Tamika; Thompson, Craig;
Thompson, Deborah; Thompson, Eon; Thompson, Michelle; Thomson,
Robert; Thorney, Ray; Tierney, Dennis; Tierney, John; Timofeev,
Serge; Tinajero, Kenneth; Tingue, Moise; Tirado, Nicole; Tirado,
Radames; Tkaczuk, Mateusz; Toal, John; Tobie, Leonard; Tobev,
Gregory; Toczek, Martin; Todaro, John; Todino, Joseph; Tolentino,
Tania; Tom, Byron; Tomasulo, Stephen; Tomeo, Ralph; Tomins,
Raymond; Tomlinson, Christopher; Tong, Sammy; Toohey, Robert;
Torpey, Michael; Torres, Adam; Torres, Albert; Torres, Alexander;
Torres, Antonio; Torres, Arnold; Torres, Barbie; Torres, Franklin;
Torres, Henry; Torres, Jason; Torres, Jeannette; Torres, Jenny;
Torres, Jorge; Torres, Richard; Torres, Victor; Torres, Victor;
Torres Jr, Miguel; Torrisi, Christopher; Tosado, Rafael; Tosado,
Verna; Toscano, John; Toth, Joseph; Toussaint, Michael; Townsend,
Robert; Tozzi, Christopher; Tracey-Donato, Margaret; Tran, Minh;
Traumer, Chris; Travis, Douglas; Treanor, Leslie; Tricardo,
Michael; Triffon, George; Trevchese, Christopher; Triolo,
Domevick; Trfvigno, Andrew; Trockel, James; Troncoso, Jose;
Trotman, Kurt; Trotta, James; Trzcinski, John; Tsang, Eddie;
Tsang, Mo; Tsao, Hsuzhtsu; Tso, Kwun; Tuckett, Lyndon; Tumbarello,
Edward; Tung, King; Tunick, Daniel; Tuozzolo, Paul; Turchio,
Michael; Turner, Jesse; Turner, La Datra; Turner, Michele; Turner,
Sean; Turner, Thomas; Tussie, Richard; Tuthill, Shawn; Twachtman,
William; Twyman, Thomas; Tynan, Toni; Uke, Evaristus; Ulloa, Roy;
Umanzor, Oscar; Ungarino, Peter; Unger, Charles; Unverzagt,
William; Urban, Stella; Urbeva, Ernest; Urena, John; Urena,
Rafael; Urizzo, Andrew; Ursini, Nicholas; Uruci, Adrian; Uruci,
Arber; Vacarr, Michael; Vaccaro, Jack; Vahldieck, Alex; Valand,
Christopher; Valentin, Osvaldo; Valentin, Yvette; Valentino,
Jason; Valerio, Fernando; Valevchus, Darryl; Valle, Jose;
Vallelong, Vincent; Vallerugo, Greg; Van Caneghem, George; Van
Horn, Matthew; Vanbrakle, Olga; Vanderschuyt, Brian; Vantull,
Berkley; Vargas, Alfred; Vargas, Hipolito; Varriano, Dane;
Varughese, Joel; Vasilyeva, Nataliya; Vasquez, Angel; Vasquez,
Carlos; Vasquez, Edwin; Vasquez-Gomez, Michelle; Vaughn, Melisa;
Vaughn, Rashawn; Vazquez, Daniel; Vazquez, Jason; Vazquez, John;
Vazquez, Miguel; Vecchio, James; Vega, Gilbert; Vega, Jose; Vega,
Salomon; Velarde, Cecilia; Velez, Angel; Velez, David; Velez,
Lisa; Velez, Omar; Velez, Tomas; Vella, Teviothy; Velotta,
Lisamarie; Veloz, David; Veloz, Roberto; Vento, Michael; Ventura,
Louis; Ventura, Ronaldy; Venus, Danielle; Venus, Matthew; Vera,
Nemesio; Vera, William; Veras, Neils; Verbrugge, Michael;
Verderber, Joseph; Vereline, Joseph; Vergin, Jean; Vespe, Neal;
Vidal, Jason; Viera, Carlos; Vilches, Roland; Villa, Allen;
Villacres, Alfonso; Villafane, Jaime; Villagran, Luis; Villalobos,
Victor; Villanueva, David; Villanueva, Jose; Villegas, Jonathan;
Villegas, Leonard; Vincent, Neithra; Vincenzi, Edward; Vines,
Jason; Viola, Anthony; Viola, Christopher; Viola, Peter; Viscione,
Frank; Visco, Valerie; Vita, Angelo; Vitagliano, Anthony; Vitale,
Benedict; Vitale, John; Vitale, Louis; Vitale, Michael; Vitale,
Salvatore; Vito, Tara; Vizzotti, Emanuel; Vlahavas, Thomas; Vo,
Chau; Vogt, Matthew; Volkan, John; Volpato, Joseph; Volpe, John;
Volpe, Stephen; Volpicella, Michael; Vomero, Richard; Voyer,
David; Vukic, Damir; Wahlig, Thomas; Walas, Joseph; Walch,
Michael; Walden, Douglas; Walfield, Ilene; Walker, Alton; Walker,
Gerard; Walker, Lowez; Wall, Kenneth; Wall, Richard; Wall,
Richard; Wall, Timothy; Walls, Gabrielle; Walsh, Dennis; Walsh,
Jeanine; Walsh, Kathleen; Walsh, Matthew; Walsh, Tessa; Walsh,
Thomas; Walsh, Valerie; Walston, Maurice; Walter, Eileen;
Wanamaker, William; Ward, Christopher; Ward, Keisha; Ward, Steve;
Wardrope, Jerome; Warnett, Ronald; Warren, John; Warren, Thomas;
Washington, Gregory; Washington, Voneric; Wasley, Richard; Watson,
Cynthia; Weadock, Daniel; Webb, Sharon; Webel, Eric; Weber,
Michael; Week, James; Weibert, James; Weinberger, Danny; Weiner,
Cory; Weiner, Peter; Weir, Darryl; Weiser, John; Wells, Theodore;
Wendelken, Gerald; Werner, Scott; Wernersbach, Joseph; Wernicke
John; Wetzel, Richard; Wexler, Jason; Whalen, Patrick; Wheeler,
Edward; Wheeler, James; Wheeler, Stephen; Whelan, Kevin; Whilby,
Cheryl; Whitaker, Cassandra; White, John; White, Merle; White,
Michael; White, Mindy; White, Paul; White, Ryan; White, Sheila;
White, Steve; White Jr., Joseph; Whitely, Marcia; Whiteman,
George; Whitley, Ikevi; Whitlock, James; Wilde, Thomas; Wilkevson,
Kenneth; Willabus, Winston; Williams, Charles; Williams, Gerald;
Williams, James; Williams, Kamilla; Williams, Latonya; Williams,
Marie-Kendy; Williams, Martin; Williams, Maurice; Williams,
Michael; Williams, Michelle; Williams, Stephen; Williams, Zahid;
Wilson, John; Wilson, Jon; Wilson, Ronald; Wilson, Teara; Wilson-
Valis, Laverne; Wilt, Richard; Winant, Yelena; Wingert, Martin;
Winrow, Brian; Winslow, Stephanie; Winston, Candra; Winter, Jill;
Wise, Audrey; Wise, Lavonda; Wise, William; Wit, Christopher;
Wohl, Stuart; Wolf, Jason; Wong, Andy; Wong, Erica; Wong, Johnny;
Wong, Matthew; Wong, Peter; Wong, Phillip; Wong, Raymond; Wong,
Robert; Wong, Shuzhen; Wong, Tony; Wong, Wilem; Woo, Michael;
Woodley, Joseph; Woods, Jean; Woods, Kevin; Woods, Matthew; Woods,
Thomas; Worley, Kandou; Wowk, Christopher; Wray, David; Wrieden,
Michael; Wright, Colby; Wright, Patrick; Wu, Jonathan; Wu, Yu
Zhoe; Wyckoff, Marisa; Wynne, Edward; Wynne, Michael; Wyszinski,
Lauren; Xenakis, Stanley; Xu, Yonghui; Yakubov, Nathan; Yam,
Kevin; Yang, Thomas; Yee, Edward; Yee, Gin; Yee, Philip; Yeh,
Kevin; Yip, Kakit; Ynoa, Freddy; Yoo, Young; Yorkus, Steven;
Young, Paul; Young, Vernon; Youssef, Maro; Yu, David; Yu, Sze-Hon;
Yuan, Ye; Zabo, Donna; Zabransky, David; Zacharias, Frank;
Zadwydas, Michael; Zaffiro, Christopher; Zaheer, Sulman;
Zahirudin, Faoud; Zaikowski, Joseph; Zak, Jonathan; Zakian, Harry;
Zaleski, Robert; Zanca, Steven; Zanetis, Steven; Zarella, Megan;
Zatz, Robert; Zayas, Daveo; Zegilla, John; Zeikel, Jason; Zektser,
Aleksandr; Zelikov, Vitaliy; Zeng, Jian Ping; Zepherev, Kenneth;
Zepherin, Kenneth; Zhang, Junmei; Zhen, Robert; Zheng, Dongyun;
Zheng, Ming; Zheng, Sam; Zhou, Zhen Xian; Ziberov, Alex; Ziegler,
Daniel; Zizza, Christopher; Zocchia, Jonathon; Zollo, Daniel;
Zucker, Matthew; Zurita, Gianilda; Zurita, Washington; Zweben,
Howard; Zweigbaum, Kevin.

New York City is, among other things, a juridical entity.  New
York Police Department is an administrative division of New York
City.

The Plaintiffs are represented by:

          Gregory K. McGillivary, Esq.
          Sara L. Faulman, Esq.
          WOODLEY & MCGILLIVARY
          1101 Vermont, N.W., Suite 1000
          Washington, DC 20005
          Telephone: (202) 833-8855

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          Stephen P. Younger, Esq.
          Michael F. Buchanan, Esq.
          William Schmedlin, Esq.
          PATTERSON BELKNAP WEBB & TYLER LLP
          1133 Avenue of the Americas
          New York, NY 10036
          Telephone: (212) 336-2000
          Facsimile: (212) 336-2222
          E-mail: spyounger@pbwt.com
                  mfbuchanan@pbwt.com
                  wschmedlin@pbwt.com


NORFOLK, VA: Settles Police Officers' OT Class Action for $3MM
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The Associated Press reports that Norfolk will pay more than
$3 million to settle a lawsuit that claimed the city owed about
900 current and former police officers overtime pay.

The federal class-action lawsuit alleged that the officers were
forced to clean their weapons, arrive early for court and perform
other duties on their own time without pay.

City Attorney Bernard Pishko tells The Virginian-Pilot that the
city maintains it didn't do anything wrong.  He says city
officials settled the case to avoid exposure to the cost of
litigation and what he calls "the inconvenience to both leadership
and operational personnel."

An attorney representing the officers, Jamie Shoemaker, says the
officers are pleased to have the matter resolved.

The settlement is subject to approval by the court.


NQ MOBILE: "Hsieh" Suit Transferred From Texas to S.D. New York
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The class action lawsuit captioned Hsieh v. NQ Mobile, Inc., et
al., Case No. 2:13-cv-01048, was transferred from the U.S.
District Court for the Eastern District of Texas to the U.S.
District Court for the Southern District of New York (Foley
Square).  The New York District Court Clerk assigned Case No.
1:14-cv-03452-UA to the proceeding.

The case is a securities class action brought on behalf of a class
of all persons and entities, who purchased American Depositary
Receipts between May 5, 2011, and October 24, 2013, to recover
damages caused to the Class by the Defendants' alleged violations
of the securities laws.

NQ Mobile, formerly "Netqin Mobile Inc.," is a Cayman Islands
company with dual headquarters in Texas and China.  Founded in
2005, NQ claims to provide mobile internet security services,
privacy and virus protection, parental control, video games and
productivity solutions for mobile phones.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

          George L. McWilliams, Esq.
          LAW OFFICES OF GEORGE L. MCWILLIAMS, P.C.
          P.O. Box 58
          Texarkana, AR 75504
          Telephone: (870) 772-2055
          Facsimile: (870) 772-0513
          E-mail: glmlawoffice@gmail.com

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          Matt Keil, Esq.
          John C. Goodson, Esq.
          KEIL & GOODSON P.A.
          406 Walnut Street
          Texarkana, AR 71854
          Telephone: (870) 772-4113
          Facsimile: (870) 773-2967
          E-mail: mkeil@kglawfirm.com
                  jcgoodson@kglawfirm.com

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          Frederic S. Fox, Esq.
          Donald R. Hall, Esq.
          David A. Straite, Esq.
          KAPLAN FOX & KILSHEIMER LLP
          850 Third Avenue
          New York, NY 10022
          Telephone: (212) 687-1980
          Facsimile: (212) 687-7714
          E-mail: ffox@kaplanfox.com
                  dhall@kaplanfox.com
                  dstraite@kaplanfox.com

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          Marc A. Wites, Esq.
          WITES & KAPETAN, P.A.
          4400 North Federal Highway
          Lighthouse Point, FL 33064
          Telephone: (954) 570-8989
          Facsimile: (954) 354-0205
          E-mail: mwites@wklawyers.com

Movant NQ Investor Group is represented by:

          Richard Warren Mithoff, Jr., Esq.
          MITHOFF LAW FIRM
          500 Dallas St., Suite 3450
          Houston, TX 77002
          Telephone: (713) 654-1122
          Facsimile: (713) 739-8085
          E-mail: rmithoff@mithofflaw.com

Movants Allene E. Mossman Trust, EJ Partners, HR Volin IRA, AM
Volin IRA, EM Volin Roth IRA, JE Volin Roth IRA, EM Volin Trust,
EM Volin IRA and JE Volin IRA are represented by:

          Edward Jason Dennis, Esq.
          Samuel Butler Hardy, IV, Esq.
          LYNN TILLOTSON PINKER & COX, LLP
          2100 Ross Ave., Suite 2700
          Dallas, TX 75201
          Telephone: (214) 981-3800
          Facsimile: (214) 981-3839
          E-mail: jdennis@lynnllp.com
                  shardy@lynnllp.com

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          Hal D. Cunningham, Esq.
          SCOTT+SCOTT LLP
          707 Broadway, Suite 1000
          San Diego, CA 92101
          Telephone: (619) 233-4565
          Facsimile: (619) 233-0508
          E-mail: hcunningham@scott-scott.com

Movant Russell S. Levin is represented by:

          Claire Abernathy Henry, Esq.
          Jack Wesley Hill, Esq.
          WARD & SMITH LAW FIRM
          PO Box 1231
          1127 Judson Road, Suite 220
          Longview, TX 75606
          Telephone: (903) 757-6400
          Facsimile: (903) 757-2323
          E-mail: claire@wsfirm.com
                  wh@wsfirm.com

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          Danielle Suzanne Myers, Esq.
          ROBBINS GELLER RUDMAN & DOWD LLP
          655 West Broadway, Suite 1900
          San Diego, CA 92101
          Telephone: (619) 231-1058
          Facsimile: (619) 231-7423
          E-mail: dmyers@rgrdlaw.com

Movant NQ Group is represented by:

          Phillip Kim, Esq.
          THE ROSEN LAW FIRM, PA
          275 Madison Avenue, 34th Floor
          New York, NY 10016
          Telephone: (212) 686-1060
          Facsimile: (212) 202-3827
          E-mail: pkim@rosenlegal.com

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          R. Dean Gresham, Esq.
          PAYNE MITCHELL LAW GROUP, LLP
          2911 Turtle Creek Blvd., Suite 1400
          Dallas, TX 75219
          Telephone: (214) 252-1888
          Facsimile: (214) 252-1889
          E-mail: dean@paynemitchell.com

Defendant NQ Mobile Inc. is represented by:

          Charles W. Schwartz, Esq.
          SKADDEN, ARPS, SLATE, MEAGHER & FLOM LLP
          1000 Louisiana, Suite 6800
          Houston, TX 77002
          Telephone: (713) 655-5160
          Facsimile: (713) 483-9160
          E-mail: schwartz@skadden.com

Defendants Piper Jaffray & Co., Oppenheimer & Co., Inc., and
Canaccord Genuity Inc., are represented by:

          Charles Ainsworth, Esq.
          PARKER BUNT & AINSWORTH
          100 E Ferguson, Suite 1114
          Tyler, TX 75702
          Telephone: (903) 531-3535
          Facsimile: (903) 533-9687
          E-mail: charley@pbatyler.com

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          Robert Christopher Bunt, Esq.
          PARKER, BUNT & AINSWORTH, P.C.
          100 East Ferguson, Suite 1114
          Tyler, TX 75702
          Telephone: (903) 531-3535
          Facsimile: (903) 533-9687
          E-mail: rcbunt@pbatyler.com


PALEROS INC: Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Wages and Penalties
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Nazario Sanchez, on behalf of himself and FLSA Collective
Plaintiff, v. Paleros Inc., et al, Case No. 1:14-cv-02849
(E.D.N.Y., May 6, 2014) seeks to recover unpaid overtime, unpaid
minimum wages, liquidated damages and attorney's fees and costs
pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act, as amended, 29 U.S.C
Sections 201 et seq.

Paleros Inc., is a New York corporation located a 37-01 30th Ave.,
Astoria, NY 11103.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Anne Seelig, Esq.
      C.K. Lee, Esq.
      LEE LITIGATION GROUP, PLLC
      30 East 39th Street, 2nd Floor
      New York, NY 10016
      Telephone: (212) 465-1124
      Facsimile: (212) 465-1181
      E-mail: anne@leelitigation.com
              cklee@leelitigation.com


PANERA BREAD: Florida Franchisee Faces Overtime Class Action
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Zachary Zagger and Scott Flaherty, writing for Law360, report that
a Florida franchisee of Panera Bread Co. on May 14 was hit with a
proposed class action filed in Florida federal court accusing the
franchise of failing to pay overtime wages.

Brett Pendarvis, a baker at a Panera Bread locations owned by
A.M. Covelli Company Inc., alleges that the company did not pay
him for all time worked nor was he paid time-and-a-half overtime
wages as he was entitled to as an hourly worker under the Fair
Labor Standards Act.

"Specifically, plaintiff and those similarly situated were paid at
their straight time rate of pay for all hours worked without any
additional compensation at the rate of time and one half their
regular rate of pay for those hours worked in excess of 40 within
a work week," the complaint said.

The complaint said he was also required to attend monthly meetings
for which he received no compensation at all nor was he paid for
time spent traveling between Covelli's restaurant locations "when
directed to perform job duties at other locations throughout the
day."

Mr. Pendarvis, a resident of Orange County, Florida, brought the
suit on behalf of himself and "each and every hourly paid employee
who worked for defendant within that last three years who was also
subject to the same pay violations," according to the complaint.

The suit seeks overtime compensation, liquidated damages,
attorneys' fees, and a declaratory judgment that he and the other
employees are entitled to overtime compensation under the FLSA,
according to his complaint.

"We will continue to fight to make sure Mr. Pendarvis and all
others in his position are properly compensated for all back
wages," said Carlos V. Leach of Morgan & Morgan PA, who is
representing Mr. Pendarvis.

Mr. Leach said Mr. Pendarvis was a baker at Panera Bread and
worked at as many as 11 different restaurant locations in Florida.
The full amount of wages Pendarvis alleges he is owed is yet to
been determined.

Mr. Pendarvis is represented by Carlos V. Leach of Morgan & Morgan
PA.

The case is Pendarvis v. A.M. Covelli Company, Inc., case number
6:14-cv-00757, in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District
of Florida, Orlando Division.


PHILADELPHIA: June 3 Fairness Hearing on "Autism Shuffle" Accord
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Kristen A. Graham, writing for Philly.com, reports that in a few
weeks, U.S. District Court Judge Legrome Davis is expected to
approve a settlement that halts the Philadelphia School District's
"autism shuffle" practice, ordering the district to notify parents
of changes in school assignments for autistic children in
kindergarten through eighth grade, and giving families the
opportunity to respond to and plan for them.

Transitions are tough for Joshua, an 11-year-old with a killer
smile -- and autism.  His mother, Sharon Romero, worried how he
would cope with the Philadelphia School District's policy of
transferring autistic students to different schools without
notice.  So three years ago, the boy became one of four named
plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit challenging the district's
policy.

The district has maintained the policy is necessary because some
city schools are ill-equipped to educate autistic children at
every grade level.  Some schools, for example, have autistic-
support classes for lower grades, but not for higher grades.

The settlement, which could be finalized after a fairness hearing
next month, carries broad implications.  The transfer policy now
affects as many as 3,000 Philadelphia students, and the number of
autism diagnoses is on the rise nationwide.

Sonja Kerr, co-counsel on the case and the Public Interest Law
Center of Philadelphia's director of disability rights, called the
settlement a "significant step."  For years, she said, vulnerable
students were blindsided by abrupt transfers.  Because of the
lawsuit and other administrative actions, Josh, now a fifth-
grader, has remained at Richmond Elementary in Port Richmond since
kindergarten -- otherwise, he would have been transferred at some
point, Ms. Kerr said.

That would have been extremely disruptive, Ms. Romero said.  Josh
was nonverbal when he entered kindergarten and has advanced slowly
but steadily.  Now, he's in a mix of mainstream and autistic-
support classes, with the help of an aide.  With graduation on the
horizon, he has been accepted into Conwell, a magnet middle school
in Kensington, and will enter classes there in the fall.

The terms of the settlement require the district to notify parents
by January that their child could be transferred to a new school
that fall.  Officials would have to disclose the new school, if
known, and inform parents of their right to meet formally with
school officials about the transition.

The district will also have to produce official transfer letters
by June, and to publish lists of all of its autistic support
classrooms.  Such lists were not made public in the past.

Parents affected by the policy are encouraged to attend the
fairness hearing, scheduled for 9:30 a.m. to noon June 3 in
Courtroom 6A at the U.S. District Courthouse, 601 Market St.,
Philadelphia.


PLY GEM: Robbins Geller Files Securities Class Action in New York
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Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP on May 19 disclosed that a class
action has been commenced on behalf of an institutional investor
in the United States District Court for the Southern District of
New York on behalf of purchasers of Ply Gem Holdings, Inc. common
shares pursuant and/or traceable to the Company's May 22, 2013
initial public offering (the "IPO"), seeking to pursue remedies
under the Securities Act of 1933.

If you wish to serve as lead plaintiff, you must move the Court no
later than 60 days from May 19, 2014.  If you wish to discuss this
action or have any questions concerning this notice or your rights
or interests, please contact plaintiff's counsel, Samuel H. Rudman
or David A. Rosenfeld of Robbins Geller at 800/449-4900 or
619/231-1058, or via e-mail at djr@rgrdlaw.com

If you are a member of this class, you can view a copy of the
complaint as filed or join this class action online at
http://www.rgrdlaw.com/cases/plygem/

Any member of the putative class may move the Court to serve as
lead plaintiff through counsel of their choice, or may choose to
do nothing and remain an absent class member.

The complaint charges Ply Gem, certain of its officers and
directors and the underwriters of the IPO with violations of the
Securities Act.  Ply Gem is a manufacturer of exterior building
products for the residential and commercial construction, do-it-
yourself, and professional remodeling and renovation markets,
whose products are primarily sold in the United States and Canada.

On or about May 22, 2013, the SEC declared effective Ply Gem's
Form S-1 Registration Statement, as amended for the IPO.  The
complaint alleges that the Registration Statement, and the
documents referenced and incorporated therein, negligently failed
to disclose certain material events known to defendants that
caused the financial information reported in the Registration
Statement not to be indicative of Ply Gem's future operating
results.  These material events included: (i) Ply Gem had agreed
to buy back certain inventory from The Home Depot, Inc. as an
accommodation related to a new supply agreement between the two
companies; (ii) the Supply Agreement required that Ply Gem
initially sell Home Depot a large volume of lower-priced, lower-
margin product; (iii) Ply Gem was experiencing on-going labor
inefficiencies and other ramp-up costs associated with the initial
roll out of lower-priced, lower-margin products to Home Depot;
(iv) April 2013 was a particularly poor month for the Company,
with management noting that "maybe it wasn't our worst April in
eight years, but it was our worst in a while"; and (v) high
customer inventory at the end of the first quarter was adversely
affecting the demand for and sales of Ply Gem's siding products in
April 2013 and May 2013.  In addition, the Registration Statement
failed to disclose all material risks and changes in Ply Gem's
business affairs as required pursuant to the instructions of Form
S-1.

These known, but undisclosed events had a material adverse effect
on Ply Gem's operating results during its second quarter ended
June 29, 2013.  At the time of the filing of this lawsuit, Ply Gem
common shares trade in a range between $10.50 and $11 a share --
50% less than the IPO price.

Plaintiff seeks to recover damages on behalf of all purchasers of
Ply Gem common shares pursuant and/or traceable to the Company's
May 22, 2013 IPO.  The plaintiff is represented by Robbins Geller,
which has expertise in prosecuting investor class actions and
extensive experience in actions involving financial fraud.

With more than 200 lawyers in ten offices, Robbins Geller --
http://www.rgrdlaw.com-- represents U.S. and international
institutional investors in contingency-based securities and
corporate litigation.


PREMERA BLUE: Settles Suit Over Autism Neurodevelopmental Therapy
-----------------------------------------------------------------
Carol M. Ostrom, writing for Seattle Times, reports that Premera
Blue Cross and its subsidiary, LifeWise Health Plan of Washington,
will remove restrictions on neurodevelopmental therapy for autism
and set aside $3.5 million to reimburse policyholders who paid for
therapy out of pocket.

Under the settlement agreement, Premera and Lifewise will remove
age limits and treatment limitations from any medically necessary
speech, occupational and physical therapy.  The change will apply
to all insured plans issued by Premera and LifeWise in Washington.

The settlement is the latest to emerge from a string of lawsuits
brought against insurers, employers and state agencies that
restrict or limit neurodevelopmental therapy such as applied
behavior analysis.

The final settlement agreement in the Premera case, reached in
three class-action lawsuits in King County Superior Court and in
U.S. District Court in Seattle, must be preliminarily approved by
the three judges.

The lawsuits were brought by five individuals diagnosed with
autism and their parents, alleging the restrictions violated the
Washington State Mental Health Parity Act, which requires equal
coverage for mental and physical services.

The settlement was agreed to after five days of negotiations with
the aid of three mediators, according to court papers filed on
May 16 in one of the King County cases.

Applied behavior analysis (ABA), one of the autism therapies, has
been at issue in more than a dozen class-action lawsuits against
insurers in Washington and Oregon.

The law firm in the current case, Sirianni Youtz Spoonemore
Hamburger of Seattle, has brought most of those; a case against
the state for Medicaid coverage was settled in 2012 by Northwest
Justice Project, a statewide legal-aid project.  All have settled
in favor of plaintiffs.

Premera spokesman Eric Earling said in a statement that the
insurer has previously gone beyond state requirements for
neurodevelopmental therapy, which mandate therapy for children
under age 7 for group plans.  He said the company has covered
children beyond age 7 and those in individual plans.

However, he said, "Premera is forgoing additional appeals in the
interest of resolving the matter and moving forward for its
members."

Melissa Menti, of Bellingham, the mother of a 20-year-old with
autism who was a plaintiff in one of the lawsuits, said in a
statement that ABA therapy changed her son's life when he was a
teenager.

"ABA therapy helped my son to develop the behaviors he needs to
live on his own and lead a productive and full life," Ms. Menti
said.  "I am so glad that other children will now have a clear way
to obtain coverage of ABA."

Rick Spoonemore, one of the plaintiffs' lawyers, said in a
statement he hoped all children would soon have access to the
neurodevelopmental and behavioral therapies they need.

"This settlement agreement is a giant leap forward to that day,"
he said.  "Premera should be commended for working with plaintiffs
to ensure full coverage and better health care for Washington
children."


PRIME PAK: Misbranding, Allergens Prompt Chicken Products Recall
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Prime Pak Foods, a Gainesville, Ga., establishment, is recalling
approximately 23,250 pounds of fully cooked breaded chicken breast
and tender products due to misbranding and undeclared allergens,
the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection
Service (FSIS) announced today. The products were formulated with
eggs, milk and wheat, known allergens which are not declared on
the product label.

The following products are subject to recall:

     Two 5-lb. bags in a 10-lb. box of "Wegmans Fully Cooked
Breaded Chicken Breast Strips" with the product code "77064"
printed on the box.

     Two 5-lb. bags in a 10-lb. box of "Wegmans Fully Cooked
Breaded Chicken Breast Strips" with the product code "77065"
printed on the box.

     Two 5-lb. bags in a 10-lb. box of "Sugar Lake Farms Fully
Cooked Breaded Chicken Tender" with the product code "77409"
printed on the box.

     Two 5-lb. bags in a 10-lb. box of "Wegmans Fully Cooked
Breaded Chicken Breast Fillets" with the product code "77425"
printed on the box.

The recalled products were mislabeled by Prime Pak Foods and were
not sold at Wegmans or other retail stores. The products were
distributed to hotels, restaurants and institutions nationwide.

The products were produced from June 5, 2013 to March 21, 2014.
The products bear the establishment number "P-9165" inside the
USDA mark of inspection.

The problem was discovered by the company during the product
recovery phase of recall 023-2014 when misbranded product not from
the previous recall was observed.

FSIS and the company have received no reports of adverse reactions
due to consumption of these products. Anyone concerned about a
reaction should contact a healthcare provider.

FSIS routinely conducts recall effectiveness checks to ensure that
steps are taken to make certain that the product is no longer
available to consumers.

Consumers and media with questions about the recall should contact
John Appling at (770) 536-8708, ext. 1105, or
jappling@primepakfoods.com

Consumers with food safety questions can "Ask Karen," the FSIS
virtual representative available 24 hours a day at AskKaren.gov or
via smartphone at m.askkaren.gov. The toll-free USDA Meat and
Poultry Hotline 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) is available in
English and Spanish and can be reached from l0 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(Eastern Time) Monday through Friday. Recorded food safety
messages are available 24 hours a day. The online Electronic
Consumer Complaint Monitoring System can be accessed 24 hours a
day at: http://www.fsis.usda.gov/reportproblem


RIGHT CHOICE: Sued Over Violation of Fair Labor Standards Act
-------------------------------------------------------------
Toni Marano, et al., on behalf of themselves and all others
similarly situated and the Proposed Minnesota Rule 23 Classes, v.
Right Choice Lodging, LLC, d/b/a Holiday Inn on the Lake, Case No.
0:14-cv-01414 (D. Minn., May 6, 2014), seeks to recover damages
and other relief relating to violations of the Fair Labor
Standards Act and Minnesota Fair Labor Standards Act.

Right Choice Lodging, LLC, is a domestic corporation with its
principal place of business in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Anna P Prakash, Esq.
      NICHOLS KASTER, PLLP
      80 S 8th St Ste 4600
      Mpls, MN 55402-2242
      Telephone: (612) 256-3200
      Facsimile: (612) 215-6870
      E-mail: aprakash@nka.com


ROYAL BAHAMAS: Accused of Placing Pre-Recorded Telemarketing Call
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Jennifer L. Smith on behalf of herself and others similarly
situated v. Royal Bahamas Cruise Line, Case No. 1:14-cv-03462
(N.D. Ill., May 13, 2014) alleges that in violation of the
Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the Illinois Automatic
Telephone Dialer Act, the Royal Bahamas Cruise Line (a) placed a
computer-dialed pre-recorded telemarketing call to Ms. Smith's
cellular telephone, and (b) placed telemarketing calls to a number
Ms. Smith had registered on the national Do Not Call Registry.

Royal Bahamas Cruise Line is a resident of the state of Florida,
with a principal place of business in Sanford, Florida.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

          Alexander H. Burke, Esq.
          BURKE LAW OFFICES, LLC
          155 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 9020
          Chicago, IL 60601
          Telephone: (312) 729-5288
          E-mail: aburke@burkelawllc.com

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          Matthew P. McCue, Esq.
          THE LAW OFFICE OF MATTHEW P. MCCUE
          1 South Ave., Third Floor
          Natick, MA 01760
          Telephone: (508) 655-1415
          E-mail: mmccue@massattorneys.net

               - and -

          Edward A. Broderick, Esq.
          BRODERICK LAW, P.C.
          125 Summer St., Suite 1030
          Boston, MA 02110
          Telephone: (617) 738-7080
          Facsimile: (617) 314-7783
          E-mail: ted@broderick-law.com


SAFEWAY INC: Robbins Arroyo Files Class Action in California
------------------------------------------------------------
Shareholder rights attorneys at Robbins Arroyo LLP on May 15
disclosed that the firm filed a class action lawsuit on May 15,
2014, in the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California,
Oakland Division, on behalf of the shareholders of Safeway Inc.
against Safeway, its Board of Directors, Albertson's LLC, Saturn
Acquisition Merger Sub, Inc. and Cerberus Capital Management L.P.,
for, among other things, violations of sections 14(a) and 20(a) of
the U.S. Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 and U.S. Securities
and Exchange Commission Rule 14a-9 promulgated thereunder.

The complaint arises out of a March 6, 2014 press release
announcing that Safeway had entered into a definitive merger
agreement with Albertson's, pursuant to which Safeway shareholders
would receive, for each Safeway share they own, $32.50 in cash and
the right to receive pro-rata distributions of net proceeds from
primarily non-core assets, estimated to be worth $3.65 per share.
The complaint seeks injunctive relief on behalf of the named
plaintiff and all other similarly situated shareholders of Safeway
as of March 6, 2014.  The named plaintiff is represented by
Robbins Arroyo LLP.

The named plaintiff alleges that certain of the defendants, in
connection with the Proposed Transaction, breached or aided and
abetted the other defendants' breaches of their duties and
obligations owed to Safeway shareholders.  The complaint further
alleges that, in an attempt to secure shareholder approval of the
Proposed Transaction, the defendants filed a materially false and
misleading preliminary proxy statement on Schedule 14A with the
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in violation of the
Exchange Act and their duties of candor and full disclosure.  The
omitted and/or misrepresented information is believed to be
material to Safeway shareholders' ability to make an informed
decision whether to approve the Proposed Transaction.

If you wish to serve as lead plaintiff, you must move the Court no
later than sixty days from May 15, 2014.  If you wish to discuss
this action or have any questions concerning this notice or your
rights or interests, please contact attorney Darnell R. Donahue of
Robbins Arroyo LLP at 800-350-6003, via the shareholder
information form on our website, or by e-mail at
info@robbinsarroyo.com

Any member of the Class may move the Court to serve as lead
plaintiff through counsel of their choice, or may choose to do
nothing and remain an absent Class member.

Robbins Arroyo LLP -- http://www.robbinsarroyo.com-- concentrates
its practice in the area of shareholder rights litigation,
representing individual and institutional investors in securities
class action lawsuits and shareholder derivative actions.


SCHNEIDER LOGISTICS: Settles Class Action for $21 Million
---------------------------------------------------------
Clarissa Hawes, writing for Land Line, reports that a major player
in the logistics industry, Schneider Logistics serves as a
subcontractor for Walmart.  Schneider has agreed to pay $21
million to settle a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of
warehouse workers at three distribution centers in California.

Theresa M. Traber of the law firm, Traber & Voorhees, told Land
Line on Thursday, May 15, that this is a major victory for the
1,800 workers who worked at Schneider's distribution centers in
California, loading and unloading goods solely for Walmart.
Ms. Traber said she isn't sure exactly how much Walmart will pay
as part of the settlement since the terms of their settlement have
not been made public.

"Since we are settling a federal lawsuit against massive
international companies like Walmart and Schneider, we think the
impact of the settlement will be felt across the country," she
said.

Workers filed the lawsuit in October 2011, alleging they were
forced to work as many as 16 hours per day, sometimes working
seven days per week, and didn't get their mandatory rest breaks.
They also claimed they were not paid overtime and were paid less
than minimum wage for hours they worked.  The class action lawsuit
includes those who worked at the distribution centers from 2001 to
2013.

Ms. Traber said the court must still approve the terms of the
written settlement, which may be decided by the end of 2014.

"The logistics industry is dominated by retail giants like Walmart
and huge logistics companies like Schneider, who try to evade
compliance with federal and state labor laws by using middlemen to
hire workers to labor in warehouses and throughout the logistics
chain," Ms. Traber said.

"This settlement sends a message to all of these companies that
they have to change their practices and make sure that all workers
are paid fairly and treated in compliance with the law, regardless
of what firm directly employs them."


SHERMAN PRODUCE: Recalls Bulk & Packaged Walnuts Due to Listeria
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St. Louis-based Sherman Produce is voluntarily recalling walnuts
comprising of 241 cases of bulk walnuts packaged in 25 lb bulk
cardboard boxes and Schnucks brand 10 oz trays with UPC
00338390032 with best by dates 03/15 and 04/15 because the
products are potentially contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
Listeria monocytogenes is an organism which can cause serious and
sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly
people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy
individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high
fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and
diarrhea, Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and
stillbirths among pregnant women.

These products were sold to retailers in MO and IL from March to
May 2014.

No illnesses have been reported to date.

The recall was initiated after FDA sampling detected Listeria
monocytogenes in walnuts sampled at the facility. All walnuts
processed in the facility during the same timeframe as the product
found positive are being recalled.

Consumers who have purchased walnuts are urged not to consume
them. Consumers are advised to dispose of them or return them to
the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with any
questions may call Sherman Produce at 314-231-2896, 8:30 a.m. to
5 p.m. CST weekdays.


SHINOBI NY: "Lazala" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Wages
-------------------------------------------------------
Fausto Lazala, on behalf of himself, FLSA Collective Plaintiffs,
and the Class, v. Shinobi NY LLC, et al., Case No. 1:14-cv-03284
(S.D.N.Y., May 6, 2014) seeks to recover unpaid overtime, unpaid
wages due to time-shaving, liquidated damages and attorney's fees
and costs.

Shinobi NY, LLC, is a New York company located at Ninja New York,
25 Hudson St., New York, NY 10013.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Anne Melissa Seelig, Esq.
      C.K. Lee, Esq.
      LEE LITIGATION GROUP, PLLC
      30 East 39th Street, 2nd Floor
      New York, NY 10016
      Telephone: (212) 465-1124
      Facsimile: (212) 465-1181
      E-mail: anne@leelitigation.com
              cklee@leelitigation.com


STATE FARM: Crawford Auto Center Files RICO Class Action
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Jenna Reed, writing for glassBYTES.com, reports that Crawford Auto
Center of Downington, Pa., has asked the U.S Northern District
Court of Illinois, Eastern division, to approve a national class
action under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations
Act (RICO) against State Farm, Allstate, Geico and dozens of other
insurers for allegedly "long-running unlawful conduct to suppress
compensation to repair facilities for automotive collision repairs
covered by insurance."  Like the cases filed in Florida and
Indiana, this lawsuit has potential implications for the AGRR
industry, as glass repair companies allege similar issues with
third-party administrators (TPAs), which handle glass claims for
insurers.

"To achieve this suppression of compensation, defendant insurers
and conspirator insurers have all established and enforced an
artificial market value for collision repairs, known in the
industry as the 'prevailing rate,' which dictates the compensation
paid to repair facilities for labor, the costs incurred for paint,
parts and materials used in repairs, and the scope and extent of
compensable repair procedures," the attorney for the repair center
claims in court documents.

"These so-called prevailing rates, however, are lower than market
rates for repairs would have been, and would be, in a market free
of fraud, deception and artificial restraint.  Rather, these are
fixed rates set by insurers, and incorporated into their
respective nationwide direct repair programs, consisting of repair
facilities willing, or economically forced, to agree to accept
these fixed rates in exchange for referrals of repair work -- as,
indeed, the defendant insurers and conspirator insurers have the
leverage to steer and withhold business to control and enforce
these rates," the attorney writes.

"[T]he imposition of these wrongfully and artificially suppressed
rates has injured plaintiff and the members of the classes by
reducing the compensation that they received for repairs below the
levels that would have existed but for the unlawful conduct of the
defendant insurers and their co-conspirators," the attorney
claims.

The body shop's attorney goes on to allege, "Defendant insurers
have each formed separate association-in-fact RICO enterprises
with the respective information providers that they use.  By
virtue of these RICO enterprises, defendant insurers are able to
fraudulently establish and misrepresent to plaintiff and the class
members the so-called industry prevailing rates for: (1) labor;
(2) paint and materials; (3) parts; and (4) the scope and extent
of compensable repair procedures.  These prevailing rates are, in
actuality, simply the rates that defendant insurers' require their
respective direct repair facilities to accept for labor, paint and
materials, and parts, and for preparing repair estimates in
accordance with each insurer's 'estimating profile' and company-
wide estimating protocol, which outline the fixed limits for the
time, scope and cost of compensable repairs paid by each insurer."

The insurers have not responded to the complaint in court at press
time and the court has not issued any rulings.


SUBWAY SANDWICHES: Removed "Bacon" Class Suit to E.D. Tennessee
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The purported class action lawsuit styled Bacon, et al. v. Subway
Sandwiches and Salads LLC, et al., Case No. 14cv226III, was
removed from the Tennessee Circuit, Sevier County, to the U.S.
District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee (Knoxville).
The District Court Clerk assigned Case No. 3:14-cv-00192 to the
proceeding.

The Plaintiffs allege that the Defendants engaged in practices
which required the Plaintiffs "to work while off the clock,
alleging such practices" resulted in a significant amount of
actual time worked for which the Plaintiffs were not paid and had
denied the Plaintiffs their right to minimum wage and overtime
compensation in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

The Plaintiffs are represented by:

          James H. Price, Esq.
          Michael Ryan Franz, Esq.
          W. Allen McDonald, Esq.
          LACY, PRICE & WAGNER, P.C.
          249 North Peters Road, Suite 101
          Knoxville, TN 37923
          Telephone: (865) 246-0800
          Facsimile: (865) 690-8199
          E-mail: jprice@lpwpc.com
                  mfranz@lpwpc.com
                  amcdonald@lpwpc.com

The Defendants are represented by:

          Robert L. Bowman, Esq.
          George R. Arrants, Jr., Esq.
          KRAMER, RAYSON LLP (KNOX)
          P.O. Box 629
          Knoxville, TN 37901
          Telephone: (865) 525-5134
          Facsimile: (865) 522-5723
          E-mail: rlbowman@kramer-rayson.com
                  garrants@kramer-rayson.com


SUN TREE: Recalls 12oz Packaged California Grown Shelled Walnuts
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Sun Tree LLC is voluntarily recalling walnuts comprising of 46
cases of 24 count 12oz produce bags, California Grown Shelled
Walnuts, Lot No. 42720, Best by 12/11/2014 UPC code, 69887507806,
because it has been determined that there is a possibility of
contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes
is an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal
infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others
with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may
suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe
headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, Listeria
infection can cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant
women.

These products were sold to retailers in Kansas City KS in March
of 2014.

No illnesses or customer complaints have been reported to date.

The voluntary recall was initiated after FDA sampling detected
Listeria monocytogenes in walnuts from a California supplier,
Golden State Foods, that also supplied the walnuts that were
packed for retail in Kansas City, KS. Even though third party lab
testing of product packed did not reveal any harmful pathogen, in
cooperating with FDA and for care of our customers we are
participating in this voluntary recall. All walnuts processed in
the facility during the same timeframe as the product found
positive are being recalled to ensure the highest degree of public
safety.

Consumers who have purchased walnuts are urged not to consume
them. Consumers are advised to dispose of them or return them to
the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with any
questions may call Glen Kerby at (623)-707-5604, 8:30a.m. to 5
p.m. CST weekdays.


TARGET CORP: Data Breach Class Actions Consolidated
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Jeffrey Roman, writing for BankInfoSecurity.com, reports that
dozens of class action lawsuits filed on behalf of banking
institutions, consumers and shareholders against Target Corp. in
the wake of the retailer's massive breach are being consolidated
into three groups.

In their lawsuits, banking institutions claim Target should be
responsible for card re-issuance and replacement expenses that
card issuers have incurred as a result of the retailer's breach,
which is estimated to have exposed some 40 million debit and
credit cards.

A statement from the U.S. District Court in Minnesota notes: "The
court will appoint lead and liaison counsel for each of the three
groups of plaintiffs, in addition to supervising lead and liaison
counsel for all plaintiffs."

More than 140 lawsuits, including 29 brought on behalf of banks
and credit unions, were consolidated into three groups before U.S.
District Judge Paul Magnuson on May 14, according to local news
publication Pioneer Press.

On April 2, the Judicial Panel on Multi District Litigation
determined that the lawsuits involve common questions of fact
"arising from a data security breach at stores owned and operated
by Target between Nov. 27, 2013, and Dec. 15, 2013," according to
the U.S. District Court in Minnesota.  The judicial panel also
found that "centralization will eliminate duplicate discovery;
prevent inconsistent pretrial rulings, including with respect to
class certification; and conserve the resources of the parties,
their counsel, and the judiciary."

Next Steps in the Case

Cybersecurity attorney Joseph Burton, managing partner of the San
Francisco office for law firm Duane Morris, says the judge's
consolidation and subdivision of the lawsuits is a common
practice.

"When multiple lawsuits are filed in different courts, the parties
or the court may seek to consolidate all of the similar, but, in
fact, discrete cases together into one single case," says
Mr. Burton, who's not involved in the Target cases.

The first steps in the litigation will involve a determination of
whether the plaintiffs in each subcase constitute a class within
the meaning of the federal rules, Mr. Burton says.  "Class
certification is a complex legal and factual issue which will have
significant impact on the course and potential outcome of the
cases," he says.  "In large litigation like this, determination
can oftentimes dictate the ultimate disposition of the cases."

Next steps will likely involve the preparation and filing of
motions to dismiss by Target and other defendants on the grounds
that the complaint fails to state an offense, Mr. Burton says, or
that one or more of the causes of action alleged are deficient for
a variety of reasons.

"Such motions could be heard either before or after the question
of class certification is decided," he says, citing the recent
decision by a federal district judge to dismiss the majority of a
consolidated class action lawsuit that was filed against TRICARE,
the military health program, and Science Applications
International Corp. in the wake of a 2011 data breach that
affected nearly 5 million individuals.

"There the court found that many of the class representatives
could not demonstrate harm and therefore lacked standing to bring
the lawsuit," Mr. Burton says.  "This required their dismissal
from the suit, raised questions about the other plaintiffs'
standing, and the ultimate viability of the entire lawsuit."

Still, Mr. Burton says it's difficult to say when and precisely
how any similar motions will be brought in the Target case.  "Such
motions are legally complex and heavily fact-dependent," he says.
"But it is a safe bet that they will be brought. . . . The real
maneuvering and fighting is about to begin."

Banks Taking Legal Action

Putnam Bank, a $451 million community bank based in Connecticut,
was among the first to file a class action suit against Target,
claiming the retailer should compensate affected banks for
expenses associated with card re-issuance, closing accounts,
reimbursing customers for unauthorized transactions and other
breach-recovery-related losses.

"Target's failure to adequately safeguard customer confidential
information and related data and Target's failure to maintain
adequate encryption, intrusion detection, and prevention
procedures in its computer systems caused the losses hereinafter
set forth," Putnam Bank notes in its claim.

Pennsylvania-based First Choice Federal Credit Union, an $18
million institution based in New Castle, and Alabama State
Employees Credit Union, a $212 million institution based in
Montgomery, filed similar suits against Target, claiming the
retailer should compensate them for breach-related expenses.

And on Feb. 13, Wisconsin-based Integrity First Bank, an $80
million institution based in Wausau, filed a class action suit
with a Wisconsin consumer against Target for compensation related
to the breach.


TRANSATLANTIC FOODS: Recalls 449,000 lbs Pork Products
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Transatlantic Foods, Inc., a New York company, is recalling
449,000 pounds of pork products due to misbranding, the U.S.
Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service
(FSIS) announced.

Transatlantic Foods, Inc. operates two establishments -- one in
Scranton, Pa. and one in Andover, N.J. Both establishments used
labels with false no antibiotic claims. FSIS is investigating this
episode of misbranding that lead to the recall.

The products subject to recall include:

                               Bacon

10-oz.  packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Uncured Bacon
Herbes de Provence Uncured Bacon" with package code (H-291 through
365or F-001 through F-060)

10-oz. packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Uncured Bacon
Farmhouse Country Uncured Bacon" with package code (H-291 through
365or F-001 through F-060)

10-oz. packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Uncured Bacon
Southwestern Style Uncured Bacon" with package code (H-291 through
365or F-001 through F-060)

10-oz. packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Uncured Bacon
Pepper & Garlic Uncured Bacon" with package code (H-291 through
365or F-001 through F-060)

                           Fresh Sausage

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Breakfast Sage
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Breakfast Sage
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Pork Brooklyn
Bratwurst" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through
365; or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Pork Brooklyn
Bratwurst" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through
365; or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Brooklyn Lager
Cheddar Bratwurst" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001
through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Brooklyn Lager Cheddar
Bratwurst" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through
365; or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Chorizo Sausage"
with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Chorizo Sausage" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Irish Banger Sausage"
with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Pork & Broccoli
Rabe Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through
365; or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Pork & Broccoli Rabe
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Cheese & Parsley
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Cheese & Parsley
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Pork & Smokey
Bacon Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through
365; or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Pork & Smokey Uncured
Bacon Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through
365; or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Hot Italian
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Hot Italian Sausage"
with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Sweet Italian
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Sweet Italian Sausage"
with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Fresh Kielbasa" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

                           Dried Sausage

6-oz. packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Guanciale" with package
code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001 through F-
060)

6-oz. and bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal
Charcuterie Fennel Salami" with package code (T-001 through 365;
H-001 through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Fennel Salami" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

6-oz. and bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal
Charcuterie Uncured Fennel Salami" with package code (T-001
through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Uncured Fennel
Salami" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Charcuterie Genoa
Salami" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Genoa Salami" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Charcuterie
Uncured Genoa Salami" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001
through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Genoa Uncured
Salami" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Abruzzi" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Hot Abruzzi" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

6-oz. and bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal
Charcuterie Sopressata" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-
001 through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Sopressata" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

6-oz. and bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal
Charcuterie Hot Sopressata" with package code (T-001 through 365;
H-001 through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Hot Sopressata"
with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

6-oz. and bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal
Charcuterie Truffle Sopressata" with package code (T-001 through
365; H-001 through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Truffle Sopressata"
with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Charcuterie
Toscano" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Toscano" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

6-oz. and bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Cacciatorini"
with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Cacciatorini" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

6-oz. and bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal
Charcuterie Chorizo" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001
through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Chorizo" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Charcuterie Coppa
Picante" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365;
or F-001 through F-060)

bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Charcuterie
Coppa" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or
F-001 through F-060)

bulk packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Coppa" with package
code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001 through F-
060)

8-oz. and bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal
Charcuterie Pancetta" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001
through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Pancetta" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

8-oz. and bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal
Charcuterie Herb Pancetta" with package code (T-001 through 365;
H-001 through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Herb Pancetta" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Charcuterie
Pancetta Picante" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001
through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

bulk packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Charcuterie
Uncured Pepperoni" with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001
through 365; or F-001 through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Uncured Pepperoni"
with package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

6-oz. packages of "Chestnut Valley Charcuterie Pepperoni" with
package code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001
through F-060)

FSIS and the company have received no reports of illnesses due to
consumption of these products.

The pork products in the recall were produced from January 2012
through February 2014. The products bear the establishment number
"Est. 33806" or "Est. 45100" inside the USDA Mark of Inspection.
These products were shipped to retail, internet and wholesale
locations nationwide.

The problem was discovered when FSIS received an anonymous tip and
began an investigation into the establishment.

Media with questions regarding the recall can contact Cynthia
Chovet at (212) 330-8286 extension 1010. Consumers with questions
regarding the recall can contact Amy Farges at (212) 330-8285
extension 1003.

Consumers with food safety questions can "Ask Karen," the FSIS
virtual representative available 24 hours a day at AskKaren.gov or
via smartphone at m.askkaren.gov. The toll-free USDA Meat and
Poultry Hotline 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) is available in
English and Spanish and can be reached from l0 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(Eastern Time) Monday through Friday. Recorded food safety
messages are available 24 hours a day. The online Electronic
Consumer Complaint Monitoring System can be accessed 24 hours a
day at http://www.fsis.usda.gov/reportproblem


TRANSATLANTIC FOODS: Recalls 222,000 lbs Pork and Poultry Products
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Transatlantic Foods, Inc., a New York company, is recalling
approximately 222,000 pounds of pork and poultry products that did
not receive the full benefit of inspection, the U.S. Department of
Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced.

Transatlantic Foods, Inc. operates two establishments -- one in
Scranton, Pa. and one in Andover, N.J. This recall is being issued
because the Andover, N.J. establishment had not been issued a FSIS
Grant of Inspection. Without the Grant of Inspection, FSIS
inspection program personnel were not assigned to the
establishment.  However, the Andover N.J. establishment was
producing product and using labels approved for use by, and
bearing the establishment number of, the Scranton, Pa.
establishment.  Products produced without inspection are
considered unfit for human consumption and must be recalled. In
addition, products were produced in undisclosed locations without
the benefit of inspection.

The products subject to recall include:

                             Duck fat

7-oz. tubs of "Aux Delices des Bois Natural Duck Fat" with package
code (T-001 through 365; H-001 through 365; or F-001 through 136)
Bacon

10-oz.  packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Uncured Bacon
Herbes de Provence Uncured Bacon" with package code (T-001 through
365 or H-001 through 290)

10-oz. packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Uncured Bacon
Farmhouse Country Uncured Bacon" with package code (T-001 through
365 or H-001 through 290)

10-oz. packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Uncured Bacon
Southwestern Style Uncured Bacon" with package code (T-001 through
365 or H-001 through 290)

10-oz. packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Artisanal Uncured Bacon
Pepper & Garlic Uncured Bacon" with package code (T-001 through
365 or H-001 through 290)

                           Fresh Sausage

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Breakfast Sage
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Breakfast Sage
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Brooklyn Lager
Cheddar Bratwurst" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001
through 290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Brooklyn Lager Cheddar
Bratwurst" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Pork Brooklyn
Bratwurst" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Pork Brooklyn
Bratwurst" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Chorizo Sausage"
with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through 290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Chorizo Sausage" with
package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through 290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Irish Banger Sausage"
with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through 290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Pork & Broccoli
Rabe Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001
through 290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Pork & Broccoli Rabe
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Cheese & Parsley
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Cheese & Parsley
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Pork & Smokey
Bacon Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001
through 290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Pork & Smokey Uncured
Bacon Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001
through 290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Hot Italian
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Hot Italian Sausage"
with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through 290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Sweet Italian
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Sweet Italian Sausage"
with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through 290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Fresh Kielbasa" with
package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through 290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Chicken Breakfast
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Chicken Breakfast
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Chipotle Honey
Flavored Chicken Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or
H-001 through 290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Chipotle Honey
Flavored Chicken Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or
H-001 through 290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Chicken Spinach &
Feta Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001
through 290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Chicken Spinach & Feta
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Buffalo Style
Chicken Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001
through 290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Buffalo Style Chicken
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Turkey Breakfast
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Chicken Marsala &
Mushrooms Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001
through 290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Chicken Marsala &
Mushrooms Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001
through 290)

various weight packages of "Aux Delices des Bois Chicken Apple
Sausage" with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through
290)

various weight packages of "Chestnut Valley Chicken Apple Sausage"
with package code (T-001 through 365 or H-001 through 290)

FSIS and the company have received no reports of illnesses due to
consumption of these products.

The duck fat included in the recall was produced from January 2012
through May 2014 and bears the establishment number "P-39954." The
remaining products were produced prior to October 18, 2013 and
bear the establishment number "Est. 33806" or "Est. 45100,"
"P-33806" or "P-45100" inside the USDA Mark of Inspection. These
products were shipped to retail, internet and wholesale locations
nationwide.

The problem was discovered when FSIS received an anonymous tip and
began an investigation into the establishment.

FSIS routinely conducts recall effectiveness checks to verify
recalling firms notify their customers of the recall and that
steps are taken to make certain that the product is no longer
available to consumers. When available, the retail distribution
list(s) will be posted on the FSIS website at
www.fsis.usda.gov/recalls

Media with questions regarding the recall can contact Cynthia
Chovet at (212) 330-8286 extension 1010. Consumers with questions
regarding the recall can contact Amy Farges at (212) 330-8285
extension 1003.

Consumers with food safety questions can "Ask Karen," the FSIS
virtual representative available 24 hours a day at AskKaren.gov or
via smartphone at m.askkaren.gov. The toll-free USDA Meat and
Poultry Hotline 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) is available in
English and Spanish and can be reached from l0 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(Eastern Time) Monday through Friday. Recorded food safety
messages are available 24 hours a day. The online Electronic
Consumer Complaint Monitoring System can be accessed 24 hours a
day at http://www.fsis.usda.gov/reportproblem


TREASURY WINE: Seeks Suspension of Profit Warning Class Action
--------------------------------------------------------------
Georgia Wilkins, writing for The Sydney Morning Herald, reports
that the world's biggest listed winemaker has accused prominent
Melbourne lawyer Mark Elliott of pursuing a class-action lawsuit
against the company for financial gain.  Treasury Wine Estates
told the Supreme Court of Victoria that the class action should be
suspended or continue without Mr. Elliott under abuse-of-process
laws.

Treasury Wine is facing two class action lawsuits flowing from a
surprise $160 million write-down and profit warning in July linked
to its troubled US wine business.  Mr. Elliott is running his own
class action through MCI, while litigation funder IMF and its
partner law firm Maurice Blackburn are pursuing their own
shareholder class action.

Counsel for the company, Alan Mitchell, told the court that
Mr. Elliott, who runs specialist class action vehicle Melbourne
City Investments, owned $600 to $700 worth of shares in 158
different publicly listed companies "predominantly for the purpose
of generating fees" through legal action.

It is understood those companies include Treasury Wine as well as
Leighton Holdings and WorleyParsons, also under class action
claims by MCI.  But MCI rejected the claim and accused Treasury
Wine of deliberately undermining the class actions on "flimsy
grounds for tactical reasons".

In the hearing on May 16 Norman O'Bryan, for MCI, said
Mr. Elliott's shareholdings were "irrelevant" to the proceedings
and did not impede on his ability to undertake class actions in
the best interest of members.

Mr. Elliott, a class action specialist and former partner with
Minter Ellison, is also engaged in actions against collapsed rural
lender Banksia through MCI.

Treasury Wine moved to table a list of Mr. Elliott's shareholdings
as part of its application but was denied by Justice Anne
Ferguson.  The company has taken action against Mr. Elliott
personally as well as against MCI.

It is not the first time Treasury Wine has taken Mr. Elliott to
court.  In November, the company sought a Supreme Court injunction
to stop him from accessing the company's shareholder register.

On May 16, the company accused Mr. Elliott of having shares in
companies for the "predominant purpose" of collecting fees.  It
said this was an abuse of the class-action process.  Its
application called for Mr. Elliott to be removed from the
proceedings.

MCI has not disputed the facts but said it was possible for
Mr. Elliott to hold shares in companies without him gaining a
"collateral advantage" in a successful class action.

Justice Ferguson reserved her judgment.


TWIN TOWERS: Failed to Properly Pay Overtime Wages, Suit Claims
---------------------------------------------------------------
John Dinome, on behalf of himself and those similarly situated,
1199 Aldrich Road, Jackson, NJ 08527 v. Twin Towers Trading, Inc.,
10 Station Street, Manalapan, NJ 07726, and John Does 1-10, Case
No. 3:14-cv-03054-PGS-DEA (D.N.J., May 13, 2014) alleges that the
Defendants intentionally failed to properly pay the Plaintiff and
the proposed Class overtime compensation earned while in their
employ.

Twin Towers Trading, Inc. is a business entity based in Manalapan,
New Jersey.  The Doe Defendants are presently unknown.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

          Richard S. Swartz, Esq.
          Daniel A. Horowitz, Esq.
          SWARTZ SWIDLER, LLC
          1878 Marlton Pike East, Suite 10
          Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
          Telephone: (856) 685-7420
          Facsimile: (856) 685-7417
          E-mail: rswartz@swartz-legal.com
                  dhorowitz@swartz-legal.com


UNITEDHEALTHCARE INC: Removed "Meinders" Suit to S.D. Illinois
--------------------------------------------------------------
The purported class action lawsuit titled Robert L. Meinders,
D.C., LTD v. Unitedhealthcare, Inc., et al., Case No. 14 L 255,
was removed from the Circuit Court of St. Clair County to the U.S.
District Court for the Southern District of Illinois (East St.
Louis).  The District Court Clerk assigned Case No. 3:14-cv-00548-
DRH-DGW to the proceeding.

The Plaintiff alleges that the Defendants violated the Telephone
Consumer Protection Act and the Illinois Consumer Fraud and
Deceptive Business Practices Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

          James M. Smith, Esq.
          Phillip A. Bock, Esq.
          BOCK & HATCH, LLC
          134 North LaSalle, Suite 1000
          Chicago, IL 60602
          Telephone: (312) 658-5500
          Facsimile: (312) 658-5555
          E-mail: jim@bockhatchllc.com
                  phil@bockhatchllc.com

The Defendants are represented by:

          Jason P. Stiehl, Esq.
          SEYFARTH SHAW LLP - CHICAGO
          131 South Dearborn Street, Suite 2400
          Chicago, IL 60603
          Telephone: (312) 460-5000
          Facsimile: (312) 460-7000
          E-mail: jstiehl@seyfarth.com

               - and -

          Jason P. Stiehl, Esq.
          LAW OFFICES OF JAMES P. STIEHL
          5 Executive Woods
          Swansea, IL 62226
          Telephone: (618) 235-7277
          E-mail: stiehllaw@gmail.com

               - and -

          Mitchell E. Zamoff, Esq.
          HOGAN LOVELLS US LLP
          80 South Eight Street, Suite 1225
          Minneapolis, MN 55402
          Telephone: (612) 402-3030
          Facsimile: (612) 402-3001
          E-mail: mitch.zamoff@hoganlovells.com

               - and -

          Adam K. Levin, Esq.
          Kathryn L. Marshall, Esq.
          HOGAN LOVELLS US LLP
          555 Thirteenth Street, N.W.
          Washington, D.C. 20004
          Telephone: (202) 637-6846
          Facsimile: (202) 637-5910
          E-mail: adam.levin@hoganlovells.com
                  kathryn.marshall@hoganlovells.com


WAL-MART STORES: Faces Class Action in Calif. Over Unpaid Wages
---------------------------------------------------------------
Kat Greene, writing for Law360, reports that a former hourly
worker for Wal-Mart Stores Inc. filed a putative class action in
California Superior Court on May 14 alleging America's largest
retailer didn't pay its employees for overtime they worked.
Hourly wage employee Polo Garcia alleged his superiors at Wal-Mart
knew or should have known that the employees in his position were
entitled to set meal and break periods, but that they were forced
to work during that time without pay, and to work longer hours
without additional breaks, according to the suit.

The retailer kept incomplete payroll records to hide the fact that
it wasn't paying its workers when they worked through meal or
break periods, Mr. Garcia alleged.

"Defendants knew or should have known that plaintiff and the other
class members were entitled to receive certain wages for overtime
compensation and that they were not receiving wages for overtime
compensation," Mr. Garcia wrote in the May 14 complaint.

Mr. Garcia worked as an "asset protection associate," charged with
preventing theft from the retail stores, from October 2007 to
March 2012, according to the suit.

Walmart systematically abused its hourly wage workers by forcing
them to work longer hours and not paying them overtime, Garcia
alleged.

The company's policy of forcing its asset protection team to work
through breaks, or of denying them uninterrupted meal periods and
breaks, runs counter to California state labor laws, Mr. Garcia
alleged in the suit.

Wal-Mart is also facing a wage-and-hour suit in California federal
court.  In that suit, the plaintiff was admonished by a California
federal judge in February for submitting "incompetent" evidence
for his claim that workers were cheated of overtime pay, granting
the class one last chance to submit a motion for certification.

U.S. District Judge Fernando M. Olguin struck down plaintiff
Aladdin Zackaria's plea to certify a group of workers who worked
in the stores' loss prevention departments for the wage-and-hour
action, finding that the evidence presented to support the
workers' claims wasn't properly organized and cited and calling it
"incompetent," according to the decision.

Mr. Zackaria submitted "reams" of evidence to support his claims
that he and other workers in his position were forced to perform
certain tasks without pay, but that evidence at time
mischaracterized the facts or was submitted irresponsibly, the
judge found.

Judge Olguin admonished Mr. Zackaria in the order, citing
precedent to support his disapproval of the miscited and
disorganized evidenciary support to the worker's claims.  The
large, labor-intensive pile of evidence was taking time away from
other cases, the judge noted.

The May 14 suit contains nine causes for action, each of which
addresses different violations of California labor laws.

A spokesperson for Wal-Mart said the company would respond to the
suit.

"We have specific measures in place to help ensure that our
associates are compensated properly for every hour they work and
that we comply with applicable employment laws," Wal-Mart's
spokesman told Law360 on May 15.  "We are reviewing the complaint
and will respond at the appropriate time."

Mr. Garcia is represented by V. Andre Sherman of Girardi & Keese
and Edwin Aiwazian of Lawyers for Justice PC.

The case is Polo Garcia v. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. et al., case
number BC545633, in the Superior Court of the State of California
for the County of Los Angeles.


WHOLE FOODS: Recalls Thai Soba Noodle Salad in Five States
----------------------------------------------------------
Whole Foods Market is recalling Thai Soba Noodle Salad sold in all
stores in five states due to an undeclared soy allergen. The
product has a Use by Date of: 5/25/14.

The salad contains edamame (soybeans) as an ingredient. People who
have an allergy or severe sensitivity to soy run the risk of
serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume
these products.

The Whole Foods Market Kitchens salad, labeled as Whole Foods
Market Thai Soba Noodle Salad under the Health Starts Here
category, was sold in 9oz packages in New Jersey, New York,
Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, on May 22, 2014.

Signage is posted in affected Whole Foods Market stores to notify
customers of this recall, and all affected product has been
removed from shelves.

Consumers who have purchased this product from Whole Foods Market
may bring their receipt to the store for a full refund. Consumers
with questions should contact their local store or call 617-492-
5500 between the hours of 9am and 5pm EST.


WOLVERINE PACKING: Recalls Ground Beef Products Due to E. Coli
--------------------------------------------------------------
Wolverine Packing Company, a Detroit, Mich. establishment, is
recalling approximately 1.8 million pounds of ground beef products
that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the U.S. Department
of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS)
announced on May 19.

The ground beef products were produced between March 31, 2014 and
April 18, 2014. For a full list of products that were recalled
please see the attached document.

The products subject to recall bear the establishment number "EST.
2574B" and will have a production date code in the format "Packing
Nos: MM DD 14" between "03 31 14" and "04 18 14." These products
were shipped to distributors for restaurant and retail use
nationwide. There was no distribution of the products to the
Department of Defense, the National School Lunch Program or
catalog/internet sales.

Factors that can contribute to the size of the recall include
potential contamination of additional products due to a lack of
microbiological independence between lots in a production day, as
well as a deficiency in supportive record-keeping by distributors.

FSIS was notified of E. coli O157:H7 illnesses on May 8, 2014.
Working in conjunction with public health partners from the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), FSIS determined
through a traceback investigation that there is a link between the
ground beef products from Wolverine Packing Company and this
illness cluster. Based on epidemiological and traceback
investigations, 11 case-patients have been identified in 4 states
with illness onset dates ranging from April 22, 2014 to May 2,
2014. Additional information may be found on the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention website,
http://www.cdc.gov/ecoli/2014/O157H7-05-14/index.html FSIS
continues to work with our state and federal public health
partners on this investigation and provide updated information as
it becomes available.

E. coli O157:H7 is a potentially deadly bacterium that can cause
dehydration, bloody diarrhea and abdominal cramps 2-8 days (3-4
days, on average) after exposure the organism. While most people
recover within a week, some develop a type of kidney failure
called hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS). This condition can occur
among persons of any age but is most common in children under 5-
years old and older adults. It is marked by easy bruising, pallor,
and decreased urine output. Persons who experience these symptoms
should seek emergency medical care immediately.

FSIS routinely conducts recall effectiveness checks to verify
recalling firms notify their customers of the recall and that
steps are taken to make certain that the product is no longer
available to consumers. When available, the retail distribution
list will be posted on the FSIS website at
www.fsis.usda.gov/recalls

FSIS advises all consumers to safely prepare their raw meat
products, including fresh and frozen, and only consume ground beef
that has been cooked to a temperature of 160ø F. The only way to
confirm that ground beef is cooked to a temperature high enough to
kill harmful bacteria is to use a food thermometer that measures
internal temperature, http://1.usa.gov/1cDxcDQ

Media with questions regarding the recall can contact Chuck
Sanger, Spokesperson, Wolverine Packing Company, at (262) 563-5118
and consumers can call (800) 521-1390.Consumers with food safety
questions can "Ask Karen," the FSIS virtual representative
available 24 hours a day at AskKaren.gov or via smartphone at
m.askkaren.gov. The toll-free USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline 1-888-
MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) is available in English and Spanish and
can be reached from l0 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Eastern Time) Monday
through Friday. Recorded food safety messages are available 24
hours a day. The online Electronic Consumer Complaint Monitoring
System can be accessed 24 hours a day at:
http://www.fsis.usda.gov/reportproblem

EDITOR'S NOTE added on May 19, 2014: Upon further investigation,
FSIS now believes the product was sent to distribution centers
nationwide.

EDITOR'S NOTE added on May 21, 2014: The illness onset date has
been corrected to May 8, 2014.

EDITOR'S NOTE added on May 23, 2014: FSIS was notified of the
first illness on May 8, 2014. This date was corrected from May 12,
2014 in the initial release.


* Number of Securities Class Actions Rising in Australia
--------------------------------------------------------
John Emmerig, Esq., and Michael Legg, Esq., at Jones Day, report
that the last seven months have seen yet another increase in the
level of securities class actions in Australia.  It is a pattern
that has been looming and comes as no surprise for many in the
profession.  However, viewed in a global context, it creates food
for thought and raises the question: Do we want Australia to
become as litigious as the United States? Is the system working as
it should?

Here's some data that puts things in context.

First, in the last seven months, there have been 12 new class
actions threatened or filed.  The targets of these actions are
ASX-listed corporations, including Treasury Wine Estates Limited,
Leighton Holdings Limited, WorleyParsons Limited, QBE Insurance
Group Limited, Forge Group Limited, OZ Minerals Limited, Macmahon
Holdings Ltd, and Iluka Resources Limited.  In the case of three
of the companies, there have been multiple class actions
threatened or commenced.  Nine ASX-listed corporations have been
subject to allegations that they contravened their continuous
disclosure obligations and engaged in misleading or deceptive
conduct.

Second, it's important to note that this level of activity does
not include an array of other class actions that plaintiff firms
and funders have confirmed will be filed this year outside of the
securities area, such as the Queensland Floods class action.  Nor
does the figure take into account the large number of threatened,
but not yet filed, class actions involving financial institutions
that may now emerge after the plaintiffs in the ANZ Bank fees
class action were successful in having one of the fees
characterized as a penalty.

Third, pro-rated by reference to the Australian population (say,
24 million), there need be only 12 filings a year to match the
level of federal securities class action filings in the US, the
traditional home of class action litigation.  According to
Stanford University and Cornerstone Research's 2013 Year in
Review, plaintiffs filed 166 new US federal class action
securities cases in 2013.  This is for a population of just over
310 million.  The 166 filings is 13 percent below the historical
average of 191 filings observed annually between 1997 and 2012.
The indications are that Australia looks very likely to be
outstripping that ratio in the short term.  The concept that the
ratio of securities class action litigation in Australia would be
higher than in the US is indeed a sobering one.  Is it really
suggested that corporate governance standards and legal compliance
suddenly deteriorated to warrant this position?

Fourth, the US class action system is driven by a number of
factors that are not present in Australia's legal system.  This
makes the position all the more remarkable.  For example, in
Australia, lawyers cannot charge contingency fees -- a key
financial driver for the bringing of claims -- although we do have
litigation funding, which is much more active in class actions
here than in the US.  In Australia, there are no jury verdicts for
class action claims and the attendant large and uncertain awards
they can produce.  Australia does not have the American rule on
costs that each party bears its own costs regardless of the
outcome of the litigation.  Rather, in Australia, plaintiffs are
at risk of paying the defendant's costs if they lose, although
litigation funders usually indemnify plaintiffs against this risk.
We do not require any fault or state of mind such as fraud or
negligence for a securities class action, compared to the US where
scienter, equating to an intent to defraud or recklessness, is
necessary for a claim.  But the US also has a certification step,
including requiring that common issues predominate in class
actions seeking damages, which must be overcome before a class
action can proceed, and this is not present in respect of
Australian class actions.

The Productivity Commission's draft report on Access to Justice
Arrangements recommends the introduction of contingency fees and
makes no distinction between class actions and other forms of
litigation.  Further, the recommendation does not provide any
detail on safeguards to protect consumers and seeks further
information on whether a cap should be placed on the percentage
lawyers may charge.  The current growth in shareholder class
actions suggests that allowing contingency fees would be like
throwing fuel on a fire as Australia moved closer to the American
model of litigation.  Lawyers would be able to take a percentage
of any recovery directly and, depending on the percentage charged,
could obtain a much higher fee than can currently be billed. The
class action with its ability to aggregate claims becomes even
more attractive as lawyers are able to take a cut from each claim.

Class action proponents have previously pointed to the low level
of class action activity in Australia to argue that we do not have
to fear the litigation culture or "hyperlexis" that is associated
with the United States.  Those soothing tones may now need to be
re-evaluated.  Perhaps Americans are about to lose their mantle as
the "most litigious people in the world".


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