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            Thursday, August 13, 2015, Vol. 17, No. 161


                            Headlines


101-12 RESTAURANT: Illegally Retains Gratuities, Suit Claims
A THOUSAND VIRGINS: Recalls Tattoo Inks Due to Contamination
ALLIANCEONE RECEIVABLES: Sued in E.D.N.Y. in Over FDCPA Violation
AMERICAN AIRLINES: Faces "Jackson" Suit Over Ticket-Price Fixing
AMERICAN EXPRESS: Faces Investor Suit Over Costso Contract Loss

AMERICAN EXPRESS: Sued in N.Y. Over Misleading Financial Reports
AMERICAN TECHNOLOGIES: Sued Over Failure to Pay Overtime Wages
ANGRY ORCHARD: Recalls Crisp Apple Hard Cider Products
APARTMENTS DOWNTOWN: Student Renters Complain Over Unfair Charges
ARETE GROUP: Faces "Otto" Suit Over Alleged Contract Breach

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA: Sued Over Treasury Securities Manipulation
BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA: Sued Over Treasury Securities Manipulation
BAXTER INTERNATIONAL: Recalls IV Solutions Due to Leak
BENTON ENERGY: Faces "Bergeron" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
BERNARD FREUNDEL: Judge Refuses Rabbi's Plea for Sentence Leniency

BLUE SQUARE: Recalls Kaboom Actions Strips and LiDa DaiDaiHua
CALIFORNIA: Judge Tosses Copper Pipe Leak Suit v. Water Districts
CANADA: Friends of Canadian Wheat Board to Seek Class Action
CBS INTERACTIVE: Class Action Status Denied in Athletes' Suit
CHARTWELL STAFFING: Faces "Lopez" Suit Over Failure to Pay OT

CHHS HOSPITAL: Fails to Pay Employees OT, "Weekes" Suit Claims
CHILDREN'S PLACE: Recalls Boys' Jackets Due to Choking Hazard
CIGNA CORPORATION: Faces "Leach" Suit Over Proposed Anthem Merger
CLASSIC CLEANERS: Sued Over Failure to Pay Minimum & OT Wages
CLEAN HARBOR: Removed "Salas" Class Action to E.D. California

COLLECTION BUREAU: Faces "Sanders" Suit Over FDCPA Violation
COLLINSVILLE, IL: Faces Class Action Over Unreasonable Tow Fees
COMPASSIONATE HEALTH: Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Overtime Wage
COOK MEDICAL: Recalls Beacon Tip Angiographic Catheters
CORRECTIONS CORPORATION: Faces Overtime Class Action

CREATE COMMON: Recalls Jambalaya Products Due to Misbranding
CSX TRANSPORTATION: Sued in Tenn. Over Maryville Train Derailment
CVS HEALTH: Sued in Cal. Over Alleged Overpriced Generic Drugs
DATA DIVER: Removed "Myers" Suit to Ariz. Federal Court
DEERE & COMPANY: Recalls Lawn Tractors Due to Crash Hazard

DEMIR ENERGY: Illegally Offers Unregistered Securities, Suit Says
DETROIT MEDICAL: Remaining Defendant in Nurses Wage-Collusion Suit
DISNEY STORE: Recalls Pencil Cases Due to Ingestion Hazard
DIVERSIFIED CONSULTANTS: Sued in N.Y. Over Labor Law Violation
EGS FINANCIAL: Faces "Abella" Suit in N.J. Over FDCPA Violation

ELITE HVAC: Faces "Gonzales" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
FEDERAL EXPRESS: Doesn't Properly Pay Truck Drivers, Suit Claims
FEDEX FREIGHT: Drivers' Labor Suit Obtains Class Action-Status
FREEDOM MORTGAGE: Faces "Mollnhauer" Suit Over TCPA Violation
FREEDOM TAXI: Faces "Robbins" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime

GAIO TRUCKING: Doesn't Properly Pay Drivers, "Jauregui" Suit Says
GALLUP: Settles Class Action Over Autodialer for $12 Million
GATESTONE & CO: Faces "Freilich" Suit in Over FDCPA Violation
GENESIS JUNGLES: Faces "Barban" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
GLOBAL CREDIT: Faces "Hofstatter" Suit Over FDCPA Violation

GOOD FOOD: Recalls Turkey and Pork Products
GREEN T. GROUP: "Jones" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid OT Wages
GREENLAND TRADING: Recalls Imported Squabs
GRIFFIN'S LANDSCAPING: "Ortega" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid OT
HEALTHPORT INC: Removed "Gwozdz" Suit to Maryland District Court

HELIX ENERGY: Faces "Izadjoo" Suit Misleading Financial Reports
INDIANA: Ex-BM Official's Move to Express MVA Sparks Controversy
INDIANA: Sex Offenders File Class Action Over RFRA Law
JOHN WM. MACY: Sued Over Cheese Stick Product "All Natural" Claims
JPMORGAN CHASE: Montgomery Employees Sue Over General Motors Loan

JPMORGAN CHASE: Oakland Police Sues Over General Motors Loan
KILWIN'S QUALITY: Recalls Sugar Free Milk Choc. Caramel Products
KRAFT HEINZ: Recalls Kraft Singles Due to Choking Hazard
KSU INC: Faces "Grissman" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime Wages
KYTHERA BIOPHARMACEUTICALS: Sued Over Proposed Allergan Merger

L AND R AUTO: Faces "Gonzalez" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
LA QUINTA, CA: Resident Files Suit Over 2014 Flooding
LAND O'FROST: Recalls Sausage Products Due to Misbranding
LAW OFFICES OF ROSS: Sued Over Fair Debt Collection Act Violation
LEFRAK CITY: Orthodox Jewish Tenants File Discrimination Suit

MAJOR LEAGUE: Faces Class Action Over Lack of Protective Screens
MANHATTAN GROUP: Recalls Activity Toys Due to Choking Hazard
MCGEE'S BAR: "Hernandez" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Wages
MICROSOFT CORP: Can Appeal Xbox Class Certification Ruling
MOSES LAKE: Updates Human and Veterinary Sterile Drugs Recall

MZB OF LONG ISLAND: Recalls Children's Watches
NAT'L COLLEGIATE: Court Stays Ruling in O'Bannon Antitrust Case
NATIONAL FOOTBALL: Sued Over Broadcast of Sunday Games
NATIONAL PATIENT: Faces "Sorrows" Suit in Over FDCPA Violation
NEW YORK: Workers' Bias Suit v. Sanitation Dep't Not Sustainable

NEW YORK: Agency Accused of Wrongful Conduct Over Taxi Medallions
NORTHWEST FARM: Frozen Cat Food Products Due to Salmonella
NPAS SOLUTIONS: Faces "Wood" Suit in Fla. Over FDCPA Violation
NUTRITION RESOURCE: Recalls Whey Products Due to Milk
NVIDIA CORP: Recalls Tablet Computers Due to Fire Hazard

OZNEMOC INC: Doesn't Properly Pay Exotic Dancers, Action Claims
PADCO ENERGY: Faces "Castro" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
PENDL ELECTRIC: "Kitzelman" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Wages
PHOENIX, AZ: Faces "Bond" Suit Over Failure to Pay Minimum Wages
PORSCHE CARS: Removed "Jones" Class Suit to C.D. California

POTEMKIN RESTAURANT: Faces "Joseph" Suit Over FLSA Violation
REAL FOODS: Recalls Harvest Slaw and Broccoli Salad Kits
RETROFOAM OF CANADA: Court Approval Sought for $13MM Settlement
RGS FINANCIAL: Faces "Wegh" Suit in N.Y. Over FDCPA Violation
ROCCO FIORE: "Maldonado" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid OT Wages

ROCK & RIVER: Faces "Torres" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
SANDRIDGE ENERGY: Faces "Gernandt" Suit Over Plan Mismanagement
SANMAR CORP: Recalls Infant Garments Due to Choking Hazard
SILVER DOLLAR: Faces "Murray" Suit in Ark. Over FLSA Violation
SIMPSON THACHER: Sued Over GM Loan Security Interest Termination

SOUTH FLORIDA MOTEL: Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Overtime Wages
SOUTHERN LANDWORX: Faces "Tercero" Suit Over Failure to Pay OT
SQUARE MEDICAL: Sued Over Failure to Properly Pay Employees
STATE FARM: Removed "Papurello" Class Suit to W.D. Pennsylvania
STRIC-LAN COMPANIES: "Schempp" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid OT

TAURUS: 966,000 Pistols Recalled Over Fatal Misfires
TEXAS LAW: Judge Certifies Class Action Over Handgun Licenses
TOKYO ELECTRIC: Executives Face Shareholder Class Action
TOMMIE COPPER: Sued Over Copper-Infused Product Misrepresentation
TOWERS WATSON: Faces "Cordell" Suit Over Willis Group Merger

TRINA TURK: Settles Class Action Over Card Expiration Date
TUI UK: Obtains Favorable Ruling in Norovirus Class Action
UBER TECHNOLOGIES: Drivers Seek Expense Reimbursement
UCLA HEALTH: Faces Class Action in California Over Data Breach
UNICHEM PHARMACEUTICALS: Recalls Hydrochlorothiazide Tablets

UNIT PETROLEUM: Removed Consul Properties Suit to W.D. Oklahoma
UNITIL CORP: Worcester Court Certifies Class in Icestorm Suit
UNIV OF CALIFORNIA: Sued in State Court Over Reimbursement Policy
VERMONT: September Hearing Set in Reach Up Class Action
VICTOR'S MARKET: Recalls Chicken Products Due to Misbranding

VIKING RANGE: Recalls Dishwashers Due to Fire Hazard
VIVINT SOLAR: Faces "Canez" Suit Over Proposed SunEdison Merger
WASHINGTON: Prison Sexual Misconduct Cases Up; Prosecutions Rare
WEBCOR CONSTRUCTION: Sued in Cal. Over Inaccurate Wage Statements
WESTERN RESIDENTIAL: Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Overtime Wages

WHOLE FOODS: Recalls Coconut Cauliflower Salad Due to Almonds
WILLIAMS COMPANIES: Sued in Del. Over Energy Transfer Merger
ZONI LANGUAGE: "Fernandez" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Overtime

* Indian Cabinet Approves New Consumer Protection Bill
* Japan to Implement New Consumer Class-Action System in 2016
* New Rules on Independent Contractors May Spur Labor Suits


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101-12 RESTAURANT: Illegally Retains Gratuities, Suit Claims
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Edward Martin, on behalf of himself and others similarly situated
v. 101-12 Restaurant Corp. d/b/a Villa Russo and George Russo,
Case No. 708108/2015 (N.Y. Sup Ct., July 31, 2015), arises out of
the Defendants' policy and practice of unlawfully retaining
employees' gratuities.

The Defendants are engaged in the restaurant and catering business
with a principal place of business at 118-16 101st Ave, South
Richmond Hill, NY 11419.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Daniel Markowtiz, Esq.
      Jeffrey K. Brown, Esq.
      LEEDS BROWN LAW, P.C.
      One Old Country Road, Suite 347
      Carle Place, NY 11514
      Telephone: (516) 873-9550


A THOUSAND VIRGINS: Recalls Tattoo Inks Due to Contamination
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A Thousand Virgins Corp. in Miami (City of Industry), FL is
recalling all lots of tattoo Inks described below due to
microbiological contamination. A Thousand Virgins grey wash inks;
G1, G2 and G3, that are labeled with Lot #129, and bearing the
expiration date: 1/16, revealed contamination with Mycobacterium
chelonae, Microbacterium organisms, and the molds Cryptococcus
albidus and members of the Penicillium genus. Use of these
products may cause bacterial infection and can lead to sepsis, a
potentially life-threatening complication of an infection. The
recalled products are described below:

  Recalled Tattoo Inks     Brand      Code          Size
  (Sold in kits)           -----      ----          ----
  --------------------
  Grey color shades G1,   A Thousand  Lot No. 129   2oz and
  G2,G3                   Virgins     Expiration    4oz bottles
                          Grey Wash   date:
                          System      01/16

The inks were manufactured, sold and distributed by A Thousand
Virgins Corp. The G1, G2 and G3 grey wash tattoo inks were
distributed nationwide and may be available for sale from
international and online distributors.

There is no laboratory evidence matching microorganisms isolated
from A Thousand Virgins tattoo inks to known cases of infection.

FDA Laboratory testing has found microbial contamination in the
inks. Potentially pathogenic organisms were isolated and
identified by the FDA.

This recall is being made with the knowledge of the US Food and
Drug Administration. Consumers with any questions should contact
us at 1-866-829-4659 from Monday to Friday between the hours of
9am to 5pm EST.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm457350.htm


ALLIANCEONE RECEIVABLES: Sued in E.D.N.Y. in Over FDCPA Violation
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Pinchos Jager, on behalf of himself and all other similarly
situated consumers v. AllianceOne Receivables Management, Inc.,
Case No. 1:15-cv-04467-ILG-SMG (E.D.N.Y., July 31, 2015), is
brought against the Defendants for violation 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


AMERICAN AIRLINES: Faces "Jackson" Suit Over Ticket-Price Fixing
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Breanna Jackson and Gloria Goldblatt, individually and on behalf
of a class of all those similarly situated v. American Airlines,
Inc., American Airlines Group Inc., Delta Air Lines, Inc.,
Southwest Airlines Co., United Continental Holdings, Inc., and
United Airlines, Inc., Case No. 3:15-cv-03520-CRB (N.D. Cal., July
30, 2015), arises from the Defendants' alleged unlawful
combination, agreement and conspiracy to fix, raise, maintain, or
stabilize prices of airline tickets by signaling one another how
quickly they would add new flights, routes, and extra seats in
order to limit the capacity and access to competitive fare
information to keep the price of airfares artificially high.

The Defendants operate the largest commercial airline companies in
the United States.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Eric B. Fastiff, Esq.
      Brendan P. Glackin, Esq.
      Rose Marie Maliekel, Esq.
      LIEFF CABRASER HEIMANN & BERNSTEIN, LLP
      275 Battery Street, 29th Floor
      San Francisco, CA 94111-3339
      Telephone: (415) 956-1000
      Facsimile: (415) 956-1008

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      Dan Drachler, Esq.
      ZWERLING, SCHACHTER & ZWERLING, LLP
      1904 Third Avenue, Suite 1030
      Seattle, WA 98101
      Telephone: (206) 223-2053
      Facsimile: (206) 343-9636
      E-mail: ddrachler@zsz.com


AMERICAN EXPRESS: Faces Investor Suit Over Costso Contract Loss
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Nate Raymond, writing for Reuters, reports that American Express
Co was accused in a lawsuit on July 30 of blindsiding investors
with the loss of a crucial contract with Costco Wholesale Corp
after having failed to reveal how significant that business had
become.

In a lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court, shareholder
Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 137 Pension Fund sought class
action status on behalf shareholders who suffered losses after the
credit card company in February announced the end of its co-
branding agreement with the warehouse club retailer.

AmEx at the time said the loss of the contract, set to expire
March 31, 2016, would hurt earnings for the next two years.

Over the next two days, AmEx's stock plummeted, losing $8 per
share to close at $77.53, according to the lawsuit.  The decline
wiped out close to $9 billion of market value.

Representatives for American Express did not immediately respond
to requests for comment.

Costco, which sells everything from jewelry to fresh produce at
its cavernous members-only stores, had an exclusive co-branding
arrangement with AmEx since 1999 for the store's U.S. business.

According to the lawsuit, AmEx did not disclose the revenues and
loan volume generated through the agreement with Costco until
February when the company announced it was ending its arrangement
with the retailer.

The lawsuit said that by 2014, the Costco business had in fact
generated 8 percent of the company's revenues and 20 percent of
its outstanding loans.

The lawsuit said that by October, unbeknownst to investors, AmEx
and Costco had begun discussing renewing the U.S. agreement.  AmEx
subsequently on Feb. 12 announced the end of that business.

The complaint said that by concealing the value of Costco's
relationship and its financial prospects, AmEx overstated the
continuing revenue growth for its U.S. card services segment.

The lawsuit seeks class action status on behalf of investors who
bought its stock between Oct. 16 and Feb. 11.

The case is Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 137 Pension Fund v.
American Express Company, U.S. District Court, Southern District
of New York, No. 15-05999.


AMERICAN EXPRESS: Sued in N.Y. Over Misleading Financial Reports
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Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 137 Pension Fund, individually and
on behalf of all others similarly situated v. American Express
Company, et al., Case No. 1:15-cv-05999-PGG (S.D.N.Y., July 30,
2015), alleges that the Defendants made false and misleading
statements, as well as failed to disclose material adverse facts
about the Company's business, operations, and prospects.

American Express Company provides charge and credit card payment
car products and travel-related services to consumers and
businesses worldwide.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Samuel Howard Rudman, Esq.
      ROBBINS GELLER RUDMAN & DOWD LLP
      58 South Service Road, Suite 200
      Melville, NY 11747
      Telephone: (631) 367-7100
      Facsimile: (631) 367-1173
      E-mail: srudman@rgrdlaw.com


AMERICAN TECHNOLOGIES: Sued Over Failure to Pay Overtime Wages
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Maritza Godoy, on behalf of herself and all others similarly
situated v. American Technologies, Inc. and Does 1 through
10, inclusive, Case No. RG15780222 (Cal. Super. Ct., July 31,
2015), is brought against the Defendants for failure to pay its
Restoration Technician employees overtime wages for time spent
traveling between the Defendants' business premises and off-
premise worksites regardless of the total hours worked.

American Technologies, Inc. provides property restoration,
environmental remediation, and reconstruction services in
California.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      R. Craig Clark, Esq.
      CLARK & TREGLIO
      205 West Date Street
      San Diego, CA 92101
      Telephone: (619) 239-1321
      Facsimile: (888) 273-4554
      E-mail: craig@clarktreglio.com

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      Walter Haines, Esq.
      UNITED EMPLOYEES LAW GROUP
      5500 Bolsa Avenue, Suite 201
      Huntington Beach, CA 92649
      Telephone: (562) 256-104 7
      Facsimile: (562) 256-1006


ANGRY ORCHARD: Recalls Crisp Apple Hard Cider Products
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Angry Orchard Cider Company, LLC, Cincinnati, Ohio, announced that
it is conducting a voluntary recall of select cases (24/12oz
bottles), 12-packs and 6-packs of Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard
Cider.

The precautionary action comes after the Company received
inquiries from consumers that had experienced broken bottles or
bottles overflowing when opened. After conducting follow-up
quality testing, the Company determined that the affected cider is
limited to two batches, produced on June 15 and June 29, 2015.

Angry Orchard is voluntarily recalling the cases due to concerns
that cider from these production runs appears to be showing signs
of re-fermentation in the bottle, which could result in increased
carbonation levels, and in some instances, bottles may overflow
when opened or burst under increased pressure. While the impacted
cider poses no health risk if consumed, the team at Angry Orchard
took this measure to ensure that products available to consumers
meet their high quality standards.

Angry Orchard is working with their wholesalers and retailers to
remove all impacted cases of cider from store shelves and other
retail locations as quickly as possible. The impacted cases of the
cider were shipped to certain wholesalers in the states of
Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky,
Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana,
Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, South
Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin.

To determine whether a bottle of Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard
Cider has been impacted:

    For a case or 12-pack: look for the "Freshness Matters" code
printed on the top or side panel of the case or 12-pack (image
below). If that code begins with "June 2016 1665C" and is
immediately followed by 4 digits between the range of 0001 through
0700 OR "June 2016 1805C" and is immediately followed by 4 digits
between 0001 through 0545, those bottles may have been impacted.

    For an individual bottle (please use extreme care): locate the
inkjet code printed directly on the glass, on the "shoulder" of
the bottle just below the neck label (image below). If that code
falls within the ranges of C16650001 through C16650530 OR
C18050001 through C18050415, that cider may have been impacted.

If a bottle of the Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider falls
within the designated code ranges, consumers should handle with
extreme care and dispose of the product immediately in an outside
container. The Company will issue a full refund on the products
described above.

To date, no illnesses or injuries have been reported. Consumers
with questions should contact Angry Orchard via its website:
http://angryorchard.com/contact-usor by calling 1-800-362-7110
(24-hours, live operator available).

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm457398.htm


APARTMENTS DOWNTOWN: Student Renters Complain Over Unfair Charges
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According to Iowa City Press-Citizen's Alex Parrott, an IowaWatch
investigation has shown that hundreds of college students who rent
private apartments while attending Iowa's three public
universities routinely are taken advantage of by landlords who
withhold safety deposits that might be owed back to the students.

It happens because the students are transient, usually moving
after graduation before their lease expires; do not keep track of
their expenses; and, in some instances, do not even know they are
being charged fees they might not owe.

"We figured we would get about a quarter of the deposit back,"
said Cody Goodwin, 22, a former tenant of Apartments Downtown,
Iowa City's largest housing provider.  "Our landlord kept it all
and gave us no explanation why."

Mr. Goodwin and students in Iowa City, Ames and Cedar Falls --
home to the University of Iowa, Iowa State University and
University of Northern Iowa -- said in interviews they and many of
their fellow students often were frustrated getting back security
deposits and dealing with landlord charges they did not expect.

The tenants' complaints over the past few years cover a broad
range: an Iowa City landlord who charged tenants for automatic
carpet cleaning and damages resulting from burglaries, an Ames
landlord charging an ISU student a late fee for accidentally
sending a check written for an amount that was 2 cents under the
monthly rent, a Cedar Falls landlord charging a UNI student for
wall damage caused by flooding.

Those examples only scratch the surface.

"Students move a lot and don't know much about renting," Iowa City
attorney Christopher Warnock said.  "Landlords take advantage of
that."

Mr. Warnock is the man behind the Iowa Tenants Project, a service
offering information to landlords and tenants to promote equitable
cooperation between the two.  Mr. Warnock also takes on legal
cases as part of the project, representing landlords and tenants
on a pro bono or reduced-fee basis.

He was one of the attorneys in a successful lawsuit by tenants
against Apartments Downtown in Iowa City.  Johnson County District
Judge Chad Kepros granted a summary judgment against Apartments
Downtown on July 8, ruling that a lease Apartments Downtown used
from 2010 through 2014 had several illegal provisions.

Those included charging tenants for automatic carpet cleaning,
fining tenants for damage to hallways and stairwells outside of
their apartment, and requiring tenants to go to unreasonable
lengths to clean their apartment.

Judge Kepros also granted a class action certification, which
could mean Apartments Downtown, owned by James Clark and his
family, owes damages to thousands of individuals who rented from
them under an illegal lease.  Further, several landlords in Iowa
City use a similar lease, so the ruling could have major
implications for renting practices in the city, Mr. Warnock said.

"The Clarks are seen as the leaders in Iowa City and everyone else
follows their lead," Warnock said. "And a bad lead it is."

Apartments Downtown management did not respond to four phone calls
requesting a comment.  The company denied in court the allegations
made against it and resisted the lawsuit's class action status but
has revised its lease.

Fighting back helps

Mr. Goodwin said Apartment Downtown's security deposit procedure
is frustrating for renters.  At the end of his lease, Apartments
Downtown sent Mr. Goodwin an invoice billing him for his entire
deposit.

The invoice cited only cleaning services as justification for the
fee.  To make matters worse, the invoice also called for
additional cleaning charges beyond the deposit amount.  Mr.
Goodwin said his father called Apartments Downtown and threatened
legal action.  He did not hear from Apartments Downtown again
about the added fees.

Mr. Warnock said legal action is the best and a sometimes
necessary tool for college students facing unfair treatment from
landlords.

Leases for apartments that students typically rent usually expire
July 31 each year in Iowa City.

"Small claims courts are set up so you don't need a lawyer.
Tenants are perfectly capable of doing that," Mr. Warnock said.


ARETE GROUP: Faces "Otto" Suit Over Alleged Contract Breach
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Otto Group, LLC, for itself and on behalf of all other trust
beneficiaries similarly situated v. Arete Group Inc., Stephan
Economou, John Simon, and John Does 1-10, Case No. 604943/2015
(N.Y. Sup Ct., July 31, 2015), arises from the Defendants' alleged
breach of contract in connection with the amounts due to Otto for
interior painting and related services.

The Defendants own and operate an employment agency with a place
of business at 580 Muttontown Road, Syosset, New York 11791-2319.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Christopher Tumulty, Esq.
      TARTER KRINSKY & DROGIN LLP
      1350 Broadway
      New York, NY 10018
      Telephone: (212) 216-8000
      E-mail: ctumulty@tarterkrinsky.com


BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA: Sued Over Treasury Securities Manipulation
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IBEW Local 640 Arizona Chapter NECA Pension Trust Fund, on behalf
of itself and all others similarly situated v. Bank of Nova
Scotia, et al., Case No. 1:15-cv-06003-PGG (S.D.N.Y., July 30,
2015), arises out of the Defendants' alleged collusive
manipulation of the market for U.S. Treasury bills, notes, and
bonds, and derivative financial products based on these Treasury
securities, including Treasury futures and options traded on the
Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

Bank of Nova Scotia is a New York-based branch of a Canadian
financial services and banking company with its principal place of
business at 250 Vesey Street, New York, New York 10080.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Jason Allen Zweig, Esq.
      HAGENS BERMAN SOBOL SHAPIRO LLP
      555 Fifth Ave Ste. 1700
      New York, NY 10117
      Telephone: (212) 752-5455
      Facsimile: (917) 210-3980
      E-mail: jasonz@hbsslaw.com

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      Steve W. Berman, Esq.
      HAGENS BERMAN SOBOL SHAPIRO LLP
      1918 Eighth Avenue, Suite 3300
      Seattle, WA 98101
      Telephone: (206) 623-7292
      Facsimile: (206) 623-0594
      E-mail: steve@hbsslaw.com

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      Elizabeth A. Fegan, Esq.
      HAGENS BERMAN SOBOL SHAPIRO LLP
      455 W. Cityfront Plaza Drive, Suite 2410
      Chicago, IL 60611
      Telephone: (708) 628-4949
      Facsimile: (708) 628-4950
      E-mail: beth@hbsslaw.com


BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA: Sued Over Treasury Securities Manipulation
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City of Pontiac Police and Fire Retirement System, on behalf of
itself and all others similarly situated v. Bank Of Nova Scotia,
et al., Case No. 1:15-cv-06072-UA (S.D.N.Y., August 3, 2015),
arises out of the Defendants' alleged collusive manipulation of
the market for U.S. Treasury bills, notes, and bonds, and
derivative financial products based on the Treasury securities,
including Treasury futures and options traded on the Chicago
Mercantile Exchange.

Bank of Nova Scotia is a New York-based branch of a Canadian
financial services and banking company with its principal place of
business at 250 Vesey Street, New York, New York 10080.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Jason Allen Zweig, Esq.
      HAGENS BERMAN SOBOL SHAPIRO LLP
      555 Fifth Ave Ste. 1700
      New York, NY 10117
      Telephone: (212) 752-5455
      Facsimile: (917) 210-3980
      E-mail: jasonz@hbsslaw.com

         - and -

      Steve W. Berman, Esq.
      HAGENS BERMAN SOBOL SHAPIRO LLP
      1918 Eighth Avenue, Suite 3300
      Seattle, WA 98101
      Telephone: (206) 623-7292
      Facsimile: (206) 623-0594
      E-mail: steve@hbsslaw.com

         - and -

      Elizabeth A. Fegan, Esq.
      HAGENS BERMAN SOBOL SHAPIRO LLP
      455 W. Cityfront Plaza Drive, Suite 2410
      Chicago, IL 60611
      Telephone: (708) 628-4949
      Facsimile: (708) 628-4950
      E-mail: beth@hbsslaw.com
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      Peter E. Borkon, Esq.
      Jeff Friedman, Esq.
      Shana E. Scarlett, Esq.
      HAGENS BERMAN SOBOL SHAPIRO LLP
      715 Hearst Avenue, Suite 202
      Berkeley, CA 94710
      Telephone: (510) 725-3000
      Facsimile: (510) 725-3001
      E-mail: peterb@hbsslaw.com
              jefff@hbsslaw.com
              shanas@hbsslaw.com


BAXTER INTERNATIONAL: Recalls IV Solutions Due to Leak
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Baxter International Inc. announced it is voluntarily recalling
one lot of intravenous (IV) solution to the hospital/user level
due to the potential for leaking containers, particulate matter
and missing port protectors. Baxter was made aware of these issues
through customer complaints. There have been no adverse events
associated with this lot reported to Baxter to date.

Leaking containers, particulate matter and missing port protectors
could result in contamination of the solution. If not detected,
this could lead to a bloodstream infection or other serious
adverse health consequences. Injecting a product containing
particulate matter, in the absence of in-line filtration, may
result in blockage of blood vessels, which can result in stroke,
heart attack or damage to other organs such as the kidney or
liver. There is also the possibility of allergic reactions, local
irritation and inflammation in tissues and organs.

This recall affects the following lot:

  Product   Product        Lot Number   Expiration   NDC
  Code      Description    ----------   Date         ---
  -------   -----------                 ----------
  2B1323N   0.9 % Sodium   C964601      04/30/2016   0338-0049-03
            Chloride
            Injection, USP
            (AUTO-C)

0.9 % Sodium Chloride Injection, USP is indicated as a source of
water and electrolytes. The lot being recalled was distributed to
customers and distributors nationwide between January 22, 2015 and
February 12, 2015. Customers were notified via letter that they
should not use product from the recalled lot. Recalled product
should be returned to Baxter for credit by contacting Baxter
Healthcare Center for Service at 1-888-229-0001, Monday through
Friday, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Central
Time. Unaffected lots of product are available for replacement.

Consumers with questions regarding this recall can call Baxter at
1-800-422-9837, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Central Time, or e-mail Baxter at
onebaxter@baxter.com. Consumers should contact their physician or
healthcare provider if they have experienced any problems that may
be related to using these drug products.

Adverse reactions or quality problems experienced with the use of
these products may be reported to the FDA's MedWatch Adverse Event
Reporting program either online, by regular mail or by fax.

    Complete and submit the report Online:
www.fda.gov/medwatch/report.htm.

    Regular Mail or Fax: Download form

www.fda.gov/MedWatch/getforms.htm or call 1-800-332-1088 to
request a reporting form, then complete and return to the address
on the pre-addressed form, or submit by fax to 1-800-FDA-0178.

This recall is being conducted with the knowledge of the U.S. Food
and Drug Administration.

About Baxter

Baxter International Inc. provides a broad portfolio of essential
renal and hospital products, including home, acute and in-center
dialysis; sterile IV solutions; infusion systems and devices;
parenteral nutrition; biosurgery products and anesthetics; and
pharmacy automation, software and services. The company's global
footprint and the critical nature of its products and services
play a key role in expanding access to healthcare in emerging and
developed countries. Baxter's employees worldwide are building
upon the company's rich heritage of medical breakthroughs to
advance the next generation of healthcare innovations that enable
patient care.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm456913.htm


BENTON ENERGY: Faces "Bergeron" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
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Mickey J. Bergeron, individually and on behalf of all others
similarly situated v. Benton Energy Service Company, Case No.
2:15-cv-01006-CB (W.D. Pa., August 3, 2015), is brought against
the Defendant for failure to pay overtime wages in violation of
the Fair Labor Standard Act.

Benton Energy Service Company is an oilfield service company
offering a wide ride range of services to the oil and gas
industry.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Joshua P. Geist, Esq.
      GOODRICH & GEIST, P.C.
      3634 California Ave
      Pittsburgh, PA 15212
      Telephone: (412) 766-1455
      Facsimile: (412) 766-0300
      E-mail: josh@goodrichandgeist.com

         - and -

      Michael A. Josephson, Esq.
      FIBICH, LEEBRON, COPELAND, BRIGGS & JOSEPHSON
      1150 Bissonnet
      Houston, TX 77005
      Telephone: (713) 751-0025
      Facsimile: (713) 751-0030
      E-mail: mjosephson@fibichlaw.com


BERNARD FREUNDEL: Judge Refuses Rabbi's Plea for Sentence Leniency
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Emily Miller, writing for FOX 5, reports that a rabbi who pleaded
guilty in February for voyeurism was back in court on July 31
asking for leniency in his sentence.

Bernard Freundel, once an influential leader of Orthodox Jews, was
wearing an orange jumpsuit with a yarmulke in court.  He is
serving six and a half years for videotaping women undressing at
his Georgetown synagogue for religious ceremonies.

Rows of women victims sat in the courtroom as their former rabbi
had his lawyer ask the judge for less prison time.

He was already sentenced to 45 days in jail -- consecutively --
for each of the 52 recordings of different women undressing in the
bathroom at the mikvah where the ritual bath takes place.

Now, his lawyer said he should be charged with one count -- not
52.

Judge Geoffrey Alprin ruled against him and said each victim
deserves a sentence on her behalf.

"I'm happy with that," said Jeffrey Shaulevitz, the husband of one
of the victims.  "Otherwise he would have been out already if it
was just this one."

The judge pointed out that the rabbi could have gotten 52 years in
jail for what he did and that his six and a half years was already
lenient.

Judge Alprin said he made his decision based on the fact that 52
individual women had their privacy invaded by someone they
trusted.

A total of 30 women so far of up to 150 people who have been taped
by the rabbi over the years have joined into a class action
lawsuit. Their lawyer said they want to raise awareness.

"This is a growing trend in America -- this whole voyeurism and
sexual exploitation," said Steven J. Kelly, an attorney for the
plaintiffs in the civil lawsuit.  "As technology gets better, this
gets to be more of a problem.  One of the major goals of the civil
case is to raise awareness and to cause people, corporations,
organizations to really recognize red flags and take action."

FOX 5 spoke with the rabbi's lawyer and he said that they think
the judge got the ruling wrong and they are going to appeal the
decision.

Jeffrey Harris also said that his client wants to get out of D.C.
jail and into the federal prison system so that he can have
religious services and keep kosher.  But for now, the federal
prisons will not take him because all his charges are
misdemeanors.

Mr. Freundel's lawyer said this is like what is happening at
Guantanamo bay and he will keep trying to get his client moved.


BLUE SQUARE: Recalls Kaboom Actions Strips and LiDa DaiDaiHua
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Blue Square Market Inc. of North Huntingdon, PA, is recalling
"Kaboom Actions Strip 12 Pack" and LiDa DaiDaiHua to the user
level after FDA analysis revealed the products contain undeclared
active pharmaceutical ingredients. Kaboom was found to contain
sulfoaildenafil and LiDa DaiDaiHua was found to contain
sibutramine and phenolphthalein. Sibutramine is an appetite
suppressant that was withdrawn from the U.S. market in October
2010 due to increased risk of heart attacks and strokes.
Phenolphthalein is an ingredient previously used in over-the-
counter laxatives, but because of concerns of carcinogenicity, it
is not currently approved for marketing in the United States.
Sulfoaildenafil may interact with nitrates found in some
prescription drugs (such as nitroglycerin) which could lower blood
pressure to dangerous levels. Consumers with diabetes, high blood
pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease often take nitrates.
These undeclared ingredients make these products unapproved new
drugs for which safety and efficacy have not been established. At
this time, no illnesses or injuries have been reported to Blue
Square Market Inc. in connection with these products.

Kaboom Actions Strips are marketed for men's vitality and LiDa
DaiDaiHua is marketed for weightloss. Kaboom Actions Strips was
purchased from the manufacturer Nutrology USA, LLC. Kaboom Action
Strips comes in packages of 12 strips in a black box with a
picture of the strip on the front of the box and a stamped
expiration date of 9/17 on the box. LiDa DaiDaiHua was purchased
from the manufacturer Green Cross Store. LiDa DaiDaiHua comes in a
light green and grey box with a picture of a woman on the front,
with a stamped expiration date of 1/17 on the bottom.

Blue Square Market's online store, www.calcompnutrition.com was
one of many that sold these retail products. Blue Square Market is
neither the manufacturer nor the distributor of the product, only
a retailer. Blue Square Market has pulled all of Kaboom Actions
Strip 12 Pack and Lida DaiDaiHua from its online store,
calcompnutrition.com, and will no longer carry this product line.

Blue Square Market is notifying its customers by letter and is
arranging for return and refund of all recalled products.
Consumers who have purchased Kaboom Actions Strip 12 Pack from
March 20, 2015 to July 7, 2015 with expiration date of 9/17 or
Lida DaiDaiHua from Feb 23, 2015 to May 7, 2015 with expiration
date of 1/17should immediately discontinue use and return them to
Blue Square Market, Inc. for a full refund.

Consumers with questions regarding this recall can contact Blue
Square market by phone at 1-877-919-9992 Monday - Friday from 9am
to 4:30pm EST. Consumers should contact their physician or
healthcare provider if they have experienced any problems that may
be related to taking or using this drug product.

Adverse reactions or quality problems experienced with the use of
this product may be reported to the FDA's MedWatch Adverse Event
Reporting program either online, by regular mail or by fax.

Complete and submit the report Online:
www.fda.gov/medwatch/report.htm
Regular Mail or Fax: Download form
www.fda.gov/MedWatch/getforms.htm or call 1-800-332-1088 to
request a reporting form, then complete and return to the address
on the pre-addressed form, or submit by fax to 1-800-FDA-0178.
This recall is being conducted with the knowledge of the U.S. Food
and Drug Administration.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm457594.htm


CALIFORNIA: Judge Tosses Copper Pipe Leak Suit v. Water Districts
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Kelly Puente, writing for The Orange County Register, reports that
pinhole leaks in copper pipes have plagued thousands of South
County homes in recent years, and now a judge's ruling may force
many homeowners to pay the bills.

Orange County Superior Court Judge Thierry P. Colaw tossed out a
class-action lawsuit against local water districts over chemicals
that homeowners say corrode copper pipes.  The judge ruled that
the districts can't be sued because they're following state and
federal standards for safe drinking water.

The ruling put an end to a four-year battle pitting homeowners and
a developer against three water districts.  But attorneys said
more lawsuits over pinhole leaks could be on the horizon as some
homeowners are now suing developers.

Attorney Scott Russo, who is representing two homeowners
associations in the water district case, said the decision will
leave many unhappy homeowners with no one to hold accountable for
an "epidemic" of pinhole leaks in Orange County.

"I've been contacted by hundreds and hundreds of individuals
affected by these leaks," Mr. Russo said.  "Unfortunately, this
leaves people with these problems and damages without a remedy."

The case started in 2011 when builder Shapell Industries Inc. sued
Moulton Niguel Water District, claiming that chloramines, a common
water disinfectant, caused pinhole leaks in copper pipes, leading
to more than $5 million in damages to hundreds of homes in a
Laguna Niguel development.

Shappell asserted that Moulton Niguel knew the water it was
supplying contained chloramines or had a chemistry that made it
corrosive but failed to notify the developer of problems the water
can have on copper piping.

The lawsuit gained steam when it was consolidated with five
similar cases involving plaintiffs Briosa Owners Association in
Laguna Hills, Cantora Homeowners Association in Aliso Viejo and a
handful of individual homeowners and defendants Irvine Ranch Water
District and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern
California.

Irvine Ranch and Moulton Niguel get their water from the
Metropolitan Water District, which serves 19 million customers in
Southern California.  MWD officials said the company has been
using chloramines as a disinfectant since 1984.

Chloramines -- a combination of chlorine and ammonia -- have been
used by water utilities for nearly 90 years and are considered an
alternative to chlorine.  More than one in five Americans uses
drinking water treated with chloramines, according to the
Environmental Protection Agency.

The plaintiffs say that while the chemicals are harmless to
people, they have properties that erode copper pipes.  The water
companies, however, have questioned why leaks are popping up only
in some communities when the chemicals are used in millions of
homes.

In a hearing on July 27, Judge Colaw ruled that the water
companies can't be found liable because the EPA and the state of
California set the standards for disinfectants in drinking water,
including chloramines.

"It's clear from the evidence presented that the districts have
never committed a judicially actionable violation with respect to
the plaintiffs' drinking water," the judge said.

Russo, the lawyer for the Briosa and Cantora homeowners
associations, said attorneys plan to appeal, but with the judge's
ruling it likely will be an "uphill battle."

A spokesman for Metropolitan Water District said the company is
pleased with the decision.  An attorney for Shappell could not be
reached for a comment.

Pinhole leaks are seemingly tiny problems that can lead to big
repairs.  Because of their small size, the leaks can go undetected
for months, leading to mildew and water damage, and waste gallons
of water.

And the cause is a mystery, some experts say.  The EPA says it's
continuing to research the causes of pinhole leaks in copper, but
this particular form of corrosion is poorly understood.

While the lawsuits against the water district have fallen flat,
some homeowners are suing the developers.

Attorney Richard Bridgford said he's representing homeowners in
about a dozen class-action lawsuits against developers in Ladera
Ranch and one in Yorba Linda.

The lawsuits claim the problem lies in the copper piping used by
builders. Developers by now should be aware of area water
chemistry when deciding what building materials to use,
Mr. Bridgford said.

Mr. Bridgford said two of his class-action cases have reached
tentative settlements.  A case against MBK Builders Inc. reached a
settlement for roughly $1.3 million, while a settlement with
William Lyon Homes for about $6 million was approved on July 31,
he said.

The settlements are preliminary and both must be approved by the
court, he said.

Meanwhile, the leaking remains an ongoing problem, Mr. Bridgford
said.

"The copper piping in south Orange County leaks in a great number
of homes and it's created a ticking time bomb," he said.  "There
will definitely be more litigation in the future."


CANADA: Friends of Canadian Wheat Board to Seek Class Action
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John Cotter, writing for The Canadian Press, reports that the
federal government has closed the book on the agency that once
marketed almost all the grain produced by western Canadian
farmers.

Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz says Ottawa has finalized the sale
of the Canadian Wheat Board to G3 Global Grain Group.

"The commercialization of the CWB has been part of the
government's broader modernization of Canada's grain sector to
stimulate investment and create jobs and economic growth for
farmers and Canadians," Mr. Ritz said in a release on July 31.

The federal government announced in April that G3, which is partly
owned by Saudi Arabia, would buy 50.1 per cent of the board for
$250 million.

It said the rest would be kept in trust for grain farmers, but in
seven years G3 has the option to buy back the units at market
value.

G3 CEO Karl Gerrand said the wheat board will be combined with
Bunge Canada to form a new Winnipeg-based company called G3 Canada
Ltd.

"This is a Canadian company run by Canadians who are interested in
building a long-term relationship with the grower," he said in an
interview.

Prairie farmers as long ago as 1935 used to sell their wheat and
barley to the board, which in turn exported it to foreign markets.

Despite several lawsuits and vocal opposition from some farmers,
the federal government went ahead three years ago with a long-
standing promise to abolish the monopoly.

A group called Friends of the Canadian Wheat Board hasn't given up
the fight.

Lawyer Anders Bruun said on July 31 the group is to be in Federal
Court in Ottawa this fall in a bid to have a class-action lawsuit
against the federal government certified.

The group contends that Ottawa mismanaged about $720 million that
should have been paid to grain farmers from the 2011-2012 crop
year.

Mr. Bruun said changing the wheat board's name to G3 Canada won't
affect the lawsuit.

"The liabilities of a corporate entity carry forward," he said.
"G3 doesn't just get the assets; they get the liabilities."

Friends of the Canadian Wheat Board believes the sale is short-
sighted and will benefit the Saudis at the expense of producers,
Mr. Bruun said.

"The objective of the Saudis will be to get grain as cheaply as
they can from Prairie farmers."

Mr. Ritz said a G3 affiliate called G3 Global Holdings is
examining the feasibility of developing a new port facility in
Vancouver to ship grain.

He said that would greatly increase Canada's export capacity.
About 70 per cent of western Canadian grain exports already flow
through the West Coast.

G3 Canada says that, with the sale, it now controls assets from
Leader, Sask., to Quebec City that include inland grain and port
terminals, grain hopper rail cars and a fleet of Great Lake grain
transport ships.


CBS INTERACTIVE: Class Action Status Denied in Athletes' Suit
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Steve Berkowitz, writing for USA TODAY Sports, reports that a
federal judge in California has refused to grant class-action
status to a lawsuit concerning the marketing and sale of college
athletes' photographs through school athletics websites that
involves CBS Interactive, a division of CBS Corp.

CBS Interactive -- in addition to the popular CBSSports.com
website -- has a unit that provides a range of website management
and e-commerce services college athletics departments.

The suit, originally filed in June 2013, alleges that schools --
through their CBS-assisted athletics websites -- offered
photographs of athletes, as well as associated merchandise such as
frames and calendars "without offering compensation to or
obtaining consent from these student-athletes."  With former
Texas-El Paso football player Yahchaaroah Lightbourne as the named
plaintiff, the case began against two smaller companies but was
amended to include CBS Interactive in April 2014.

Had the case become a class action, CBS Interactive potentially
faced hundreds of millions of dollars in statutory penalties
alone.  Nearly 650,000 images are involved in the case -- and the
plaintiffs proposed to pursue under federal law and under
California law, which provides for the possibility of a $750
penalty per image or per person in the images.

However, U.S. District Judge Josephine L. Staton ruled on July 30
that the case could not be certified as a class action under
California law and did not meet the federal legal standards for
class-action status.  On July 31, she held a hearing on CBS
Interactive's motion for summary judgment -- a ruling in its favor
without the case going to trial.

Judge Staton said California law could not be applied for two
reasons.  While CBS Interactive is in California -- which the
plaintiffs argued should be the controlling consideration -- she
determined that was outweighed by evidence that the photos of the
athletes were being uploaded from around the nation to online
stores whose servers were located across the West.  "It is far
from clear that this 'wrong' took place in California, as opposed
to throughout the nation," she wrote.  In addition, because
members of the proposed class of plaintiffs are residents of many
states other than California, Judge Staton ruled that those
states' laws also must be considered.

The federal standards for a case to become a class action
basically involve a judge determining that the case involves
questions of law or fact that are common to the prospective wider
class of plaintiffs and that having the case proceed as a class
action is the best way to fairly and efficiently handle it.

Judge Staton's determination that individual -- rather than common
-- legal issues were predominant in the Lightbourne case began
with a dispute over the meaning and intent of UTEP's broadly
worded consent form, which Lightbourne signed during three
different seasons.  The form stated that athletes agreed to let
the school or its agents "make copies of, use, sell, and
distribute directly or through a third party, any photographic or
other images taken in connection with my participation on a UTEP
Intercollegiate athletic team."

The plaintiffs argued that such a consent form conflicted with
NCAA rules, which require schools to prevent the use of athletes'
pictures on commercial items, including the merchandise at issue
in this case.

But Judge Staton said the matter would "require, at the least, an
institution-by-institution analysis to determine which athletes
signed similar consent forms, which athletes did not . . . and so
on."

She added that there also was the question of implied consent
because "Lightbourne stated at his deposition that he knew
photographers were taking photos of him and that he did not object
to their presence or ask anyone at UTEP to stop using his photos."
Judge Staton said the issue of implied consent "also would require
individualized determinations across the class."

On top of all this, Judge Staton said there were further
complications raised by the class of plaintiffs being from many
different states.

As a result, she wrote, the case becomes one in which various
individual inquiries would "predominate over any common questions"
and "render this litigation totally unmanageable."

"We are very pleased with the court's decision," CBS Interactive
spokeswoman Christine Castro said.

Robert Carey, the plaintiffs' lead attorney, said his side is
"considering all options" regarding the case's future.

"Without doubt CBS was commercially exploiting the images of
student athletes from across the country," Carey said via e-mail.
"We just disagree with the court and continue to believe that
California law applies when all of the wrongful conduct occurs in
California."


CHARTWELL STAFFING: Faces "Lopez" Suit Over Failure to Pay OT
-------------------------------------------------------------
Simon Lopez on behalf of himself, and all others similarly
situated v. Chartwell Staffing Services, Inc. and Does 1 through
50 inclusive, Case No. 1-15-CV-283713 (Cal. Super. Ct., July 30,
2015), is brought against the Defendants for failure to pay
overtime wages in violation of the California Labor Code.

Chartwell Staffing Services, Inc. is a New York corporation that
operates a staffing agency in California.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Shaun Setareh, Esq.
      Tuvia Korobkin, Esq.
      SETAREH LAW GROUP
      9454 Wilshire Boulevard. Suite 907
      Beverly Hills, CA 90212
      Telephone: (310) 888-7771
      Facsimile: (310) 888-0109
      E-mail: shaun@setarehlaw.com
              tuvia@setarehlaw.com


CHHS HOSPITAL: Fails to Pay Employees OT, "Weekes" Suit Claims
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Veronica Weekes, individually and on behalf of all other persons
similarly situated v. CHHS Hospital Company, LLC d/b/a Chestnut
Hill Hospital, Case No. 2:15-cv-04202-MAK (E.D. Pa., July 30,
2015), is brought against the Defendant for failure to pay
overtime wages in violation of the Fair Labor Standard Act.

CHHS Hospital Company, LLC operates Chestnut Hill Hospital at 8835
Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Michael Patrick Murphy Jr., Esq.
      MURPHY LAW GROUP LLC
      Eight Penn Center Suite 1803
      1628 John F. Kennedy Blvd
      Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Telephone: (215) 375-0961
      E-mail: murphy@phillyemploymentlawyer.com


CHILDREN'S PLACE: Recalls Boys' Jackets Due to Choking Hazard
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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with
The Children's Place Services Company LLC, of Secaucus, N.J.,
announced a voluntary recall of about 13,700 Boys' varsity jackets
(in addition, 2,200 were sold in Canada).

The metal snaps on the jackets could detach, posing a choking
hazard to young children.

This recall involves boys' knitted fleece varsity jackets in sizes
6 months through 5T. The jackets are royal blue with gray sleeves
and have a baseball character with a red hat on the left chest
area. "The Children's Place" is printed on a tag at the neck of
the jacket. A white sewn-in label at the side seam has product
numbers 158805, 158806, 158807 and vendor number 1408.

No consumer incidents have been reported.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://is.gd/uXQoOp

The recalled products were manufactured in Pakistan and sold at
The Children's Place stores nationwide and online at
www.childrensplace.com from December 2014 through July 2015 for
about $30.

Consumers should immediately take the recalled jackets away from
children and return them to any The Children's Place store for a
full refund.  If the jacket was purchased online, contact The
Children's Place to receive a postage-paid envelope to return the
jacket for a full refund.


CIGNA CORPORATION: Faces "Leach" Suit Over Proposed Anthem Merger
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Frank Leach, on behalf of himself and all others similarly
situated v. Cigna Corporation, et al., Case No. 11354-CB (Del.
Ch., July 31, 2015), is brought on behalf of all the public
stockholders of Cigna Corporation, seeking to enjoin the proposed
acquisition of Cigna by Anthem, Inc. for inadequate consideration.

Cigna Corporation is a global health services organization
dedicated to a mission of helping individuals improve their
health, well-being and sense of security.

Anthem, Inc. is one of the largest health benefits companies in
terms of medical membership in the United States.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Seth D. Rigrodsky, Esq.
      Brian D. Long, Esq.
      Gina M. Serra, Esq.
      Jeremy J. Riley, Esq
      RIGRODSKY & LONG, P.A.
      2 Righter Parkway, Suite 120
      Wilmington, DE 19803
      Telephone: (302) 295-5310
      E-mail: sdr@rl-legal.com
              bdl@rl-legal.com
              gms@rl-legal.com
              jjr@rl-legal.com


CLASSIC CLEANERS: Sued Over Failure to Pay Minimum & OT Wages
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Graciela Herrera, individually and on behalf of all others
similarly situated v. Classic Cleaners, Inc. and Does 1-50
inclusive, Case No. BC589755 (Cal. Super. Ct., July 30, 2015), is
brought against the Defendants for failure to pay minimum wages
and overtime compensation in violation of the California Labor
Code.

Classic Cleaners, Inc. owns and operates laundry and dry cleaning
facilities in Los Angeles, California.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Kevin Mahoney,, Esq.
      MAHONEY LAW GROUP, APC
      249 E. Ocean Blvd., Ste. 814
      Long Beach, CA 90802
      Telephone: (562) 590-5550
      Facsimile: (562) 590-8400
      E-mail: kmahoney@mahoney-law.net


CLEAN HARBOR: Removed "Salas" Class Action to E.D. California
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The class action lawsuit entitled Jose Salas, as an individual and
on behalf of all others similarly situated v. Clean Harbor
Environmental Services, Inc., Case No. BCV15100187DRL, was removed
from the Kern County Superior Court to the U.S. District Court
Eastern District of California - Live System (Fresno). The
District Court Clerk assigned Case No. 1:15-cv-01196-JLT to the
proceeding.

The Plaintiffs assert labor-related claims.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Douglas Han, Esq.
      JUSTICE LAW CORPORATION
      410 Arden Avenue, Suite 206
      Glendale, CA 91203
      Telephone: (818) 230-7502
      Facsimile: (818) 230-7259
      E-mail: dhan@justicelawcorp.com

         - and -

      Kenneth Yoon, Esq.
      Stephanie E. Yasuda, Esq.
      LAW OFFICES OF KENNETH H. YOON
      One Wilshire Boulevard
      Suite 2200
      Los Angeles, CA 90017
      Telephone: (213) 612-0988
      Facsimile: (213) 947-1211
      E-mail: kyoon@yoon-law.com
              syasuda@yoonlaw.com

The Defendant is represented by:

      Allison Clare Eckstrom, Esq.
      OGLETREE, DEAKINS, NASH, SMOAK AND STEWART
      695 Town Center Drive, Suite 1500
      Costa Mesa, CA 92626
      Telephone: (714) 800-7911
      Facsimile: (714) 754-1298
      E-mail: allison.eckstrom@ogletreedeakins.com


COLLECTION BUREAU: Faces "Sanders" Suit Over FDCPA Violation
------------------------------------------------------------
Menachem M. Sanders, on behalf of himself and all other similarly
situated consumers v. Collection Bureau of America, Ltd., Case No.
1:15-cv-04447 (E.D.N.Y., July 30, 2015), is brought against the
Defendant for violation 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


COLLINSVILLE, IL: Faces Class Action Over Unreasonable Tow Fees
---------------------------------------------------------------
Elizabeth Donald, writing for Belleville News-Democrat, reports
that Edwardsville attorney Brian Polinske has filed lawsuits
against six metro-east cities alleging that their fees are not
reasonable, and intends to consolidate them into a class-action
lawsuit against Collinsville, Edwardsville, Alton, Granite City,
O'Fallon and Belleville.

Tow redemption fees in the metro-east range from $100 for minor
offenses up to $500 or more for more serious offenses such as
driving under the influence.  The fees are allowed under a statute
that says cities can charge a reasonable fee to recoup their
expenses on administrative efforts for certain offenses.

"It's a way to generate money and hold people's cars hostage until
they pay $500," Mr. Polinske said.  "Everyone needs their car, so
they just have to pay it."

While DUI is one of the most expensive and serious offenses
subject to the fee, cars can be towed for minor offenses such as
driving on a suspended license.  Sometimes that affects the fee:
In Alton, for example, the fee is subject to a sliding scale from
$100 to $500, while in O'Fallon, the fee is $250 or $500.  In
other cities, such as Edwardsville, it's a flat $300 fee for
everyone.

It can stack up to big money for the cities.  In recent years, 200
to 500 cars per year have been subject to the tow redemption fee
in each municipality.  In the last three fiscal years,
Collinsville has received more than $286,000 in tow fees and
Belleville $342,000, while Granite City has received more than
$244,000, O'Fallon $328,744 and Alton nearly half a million
dollars.

Edwardsville's revenue from the fee is harder to calculate because
accurate records were not kept until 2013.  In late 2012, then-
police chief James Bedell was found to be embezzling funds
garnered from the vehicle tow release fees.  In total, Mr. Bedell
stole nearly $140,000 in fee revenue from 2009 to 2012, taking
cash and money orders from a department lock box that held the
impound fees.  Mr. Bedell said he stole the money to support his
gambling habit, and was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison.

Since then, Edwardsville tracks each fee separately in computer
records, according to city officials. In the past two fiscal
years, Edwardsville has brought in nearly $125,000.

Often, the tow fee income is an expected part of the city's
revenue.  A line item of $93,640 for impound fees is part of
Collinsville's 2015 city budget.  Belleville's fiscal 2016 budget
anticipates $165,000 from vehicle tow release fees, up from
$150,00 budgeted the year before, and Granite City has budgeted
$75,000.

The lawsuits were filed in December 2011 with dozens of
plaintiffs, alleging that the fees are excessive and violate due
process of law.  Among the plaintiffs was Allan Lewis of
Edwardsville, who was arrested on May 20, 2011.  The suit alleged
that in addition to his court fines, tow and storage fees, he had
to pay another $300 fee to the city of Edwardsville for the
receipt that allowed him to get his car back -- a fee the suit
called "unreasonable and excessive."

Another plaintiff was Rogelio Saladrigas of Mascoutah, who was
charged with driving under the influence of alcohol in October
2011 and was sentenced to a $3,000 fine, 100 hours of community
service and completion of an alcohol abuse treatment program.
Mr. Saladrigas joined the lawsuit against O'Fallon regarding the
$500 fee he paid to get his car back.

But the suits were dismissed in 2012 by a Madison County judge.
They were amended and resubmitted, then dismissed again in October
2013, affirming the cities' stance that the fees were allowed
under existing state law.

Then Mr. Polinske appealed to the 5th District Appellate Court in
Mount Vernon, which reversed the lower court's decision in May,
sending them back to Madison County. But it's stalled again,
because Collinsville has appealed to the Illinois Supreme Court.

In their pleadings, the cities maintain that the man-hours
required to process the paperwork and court time for these crimes
justify the fees.

"There's a state statute and case law that allows administrative
fees tied in whenever a motor vehicle is impounded," said
Steve Giacoletto, city attorney for Collinsville.

Edwardsville Mayor Hal Patton said it can take up to three hours
of a police officer's time to manage the paperwork and court
appearances for a DUI arrest.

"(The fee) covers a portion of our employee time, based on the
fact that more than half of these tows are DUI," Mr.Patton said.
"These are serious offenses, offenses that we don't think the
general public should be on the hook paying for."

Edwardsville Police Chief Jay Keeven agrees.

"I believe that we pay enough taxes in our communities in this
country," Mr. Keeven said.  "I would consider this a user fee. If
you don't want to pay the fee, don't drive drunk. You're consuming
police time, and if you're going to consume that time, you should
have to pay for it. The taxpayers shouldn't be on the hook to pay
for your arrest."

But Mr. Polinske disagrees with that philosophy, both in
practicality and as a matter of law. He said the police
departments already receive a $500 law enforcement fee assessed
against everyone who pleads guilty of a DUI, as well as a portion
of the fine assessed by the courts, along with federal and state
grants targeted specifically for the costs of DUI enforcement.

But on the point of who should pay for law enforcement, Mr.
Polinske said it isn't supposed to be "pay for play."

"This is not the way the criminal justice system was set up,"
Mr. Polinske said.  "Police are always paid from tax dollars, and
it's been that way throughout our history."

Alton Mayor Brant Walker said he doesn't have a problem with the
$500 fee for DUI tows. "You have the right to choose not to commit
a felony," Walker said.

Defendants also have the right to appeal the tow fee, under the
state statute, and the cities are required to inform people who
are paying the fee of that right.  The appeal goes to an
administrative hearing officer, and Mr. Walker said that is an
opportunity for defendants to seek relief.

But Mr. Polinske said that appeal is "a sham."  He alleged that in
his experience as a defense attorney, many times the clerical
workers do not inform defendants of their right to an appeal.

"I had two guys come in charged with a DUI, and neither one was
told he had a right to an appeal," he said.  "It just goes to show
that there may be an appeal process, but they're not giving them
the notice."

If they do appeal, he said, it doesn't do any good.  He said he is
not aware of a single case where anyone got their fee returned
after appealing to the administrative hearing officer. "(The
hearing officer) knows what they have to do to keep that job," he
said.

Mr. Polinske is waiting to hear whether the Supreme Court will
take the case before proceeding with a request to allow
consolidating the lawsuits into one class-action suit.  Given that
each city collects hundreds of such fees per year, the number of
plaintiffs -- and the cities' potential exposure if they lose --
would be significant.

If the Supreme Court declines to hear the case, or hears it and
affirms the appellate court's decision, it still doesn't mean the
plaintiffs win.  It sends the case back to Madison County to
proceed with discovery and further litigation.  But until the
Supreme Court makes its decision, everything else is on hold.

Mr. Patton said if the majority of residents were unhappy with the
fees, he'd expect to hear a lot of complaints.  So far, he has not
received any.

"It's not a problem that I really see residents coming in and
complaining to city officials," he said.  "If it were a problem, I
think I would hear from a lot more residents."


COMPASSIONATE HEALTH: Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Overtime Wage
----------------------------------------------------------------
Danyelle Hamilton, individually and on behalf of similarly
situated v. Compassionate Health Care, Inc. and John Does 1-5 and
6-10, Case No. 1:15-cv-05894-RBK-JS (D.N.J., July 30, 2015), seeks
to recover unpaid overtime wages, liquidated damages, reasonable
attorneys' fees, and all other appropriate, legal and equitable
relief pursuant to the Fair Labor Standard Act.

Compassionate Health Care, Inc. is engaged in business of
providing home health care services in New Jersey.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Deborah L. Mains, Esq.
      COSTELLO & MAINS, P.C.
      18000 Horizon Way, Suite 800
      Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
      Telephone: (856) 727-9700
      Facsimile: (856) 727-9797
      E-mail: dmains@costellomains.com


COOK MEDICAL: Recalls Beacon Tip Angiographic Catheters
-------------------------------------------------------
Cook Medical initiated a lot-specific voluntary recall of 2,239
lots of Beacon Tip Angiographic Catheters. Globally, 95,167
devices are subject to this recall. The products include specific
versions and lot numbers of the Torcon NB(R) Advantage Beacon(R)
Tip Catheters (Catalog Prefix HNBR5.0), Royal Flush(R) Plus
Beacon(R) Tip High-Flow Catheters (Catalog Prefix HNR4.0), and
Slip-Cath(R) Beacon(R) Tip Catheters (Catalog Prefix SCBR5.0).

The Beacon Tip Angiographic Catheters have been found to exhibit
tip splitting or separation, which has resulted in adverse events.
Cook has received 26 complaints of catheter-tip splitting and/or
separation. There have been 14 Medical Device Reports to date in
which a tip split or separation occurred.

Tip splitting has the potential to lead to loss of device
function. Tip separation may require medical intervention to
retrieve a separated segment or may occlude blood flow to end
organs.

The Beacon Tip Angiographic Catheters in this recall were
distributed between June 2013 and June 2015. Product can be
identified by the part number and lot number provided on the outer
package product label. The lot numbers for products that are
subject to this recall can be found on the following pages.

Cook Medical has notified its customers and distributors by recall
notification letters. The letters requested that all customers and
distributors quarantine and discontinue use of all potentially
affected units and return the affected product to the company as
soon as possible for credit.

FDA and other regulatory agencies around the world have been
notified of this action.

Consumers with questions may contact Cook Medical Customer
Relations at 1-800-457-4500 or 1-812-339-2235, Monday through
Friday, between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Eastern time or by email
at CustomerRelationsNA@cookmedical.com.

Adverse reactions or quality problems experienced with the use of
this product may be reported to the FDA's MedWatch Adverse Event
Reporting program either online, by regular mail or by fax.
Complete and submit the report Online:
www.fda.gov/medwatch/report.htm Regular mail or fax: Download form
www.fda.gov/MedWatch/getforms.htm or call 1-800-332-1088 to
request a reporting form, and then complete and return to the
address on the pre-addressed form, or submit by fax to 1-800-FDA-
0178.

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                              (45), 4439401 (50), 4462546 (35),
                              4465860 (45), 4468941 (45), 4484480
                              (25), 4512737 (50), 4530074 (35),
                              4536828 (45), 4546086 (50), 4546615
                              (40), 4549392 (35), 4555586 (45),
                              4565301 (30), 4586465 (45), 4595042
                              (50), 4599463 (45), 4604131 (25),
                              4614733 (50), 4618560 (30), 4619452
                              (50), 4644338 (50), 4654120 (30),
                              4661652 (20), 4665140 (50), 4667748
                              (45), 4669775 (40), 4678672 (45),
                              4678709 (25), 4678795 (45), 4686146
                              (45), 4693735 (10), 4693736 (45),
                              4696143 (50), 4414624X (5),
                              F4666174 (10)
  HNR4.0-35-100-P-10S-CFP     4297700 (15), 4356966 (5), 4389969
                              (5), 4416371 (15), 4446682 (20),
                              4533025 (20), 4640540 (25), 4653662
                              (20), 4696137 (20)
  HNR4.0-35-100-P-10S-PIG     4262141 (45), 4282765 (40), 4285219
                              (45), 4288143 (40), 4288317 (20),
                              4288318 (30), 4290089 (45), 4295173
                              (40), 4295681 (45), 4303823 (50),
                              4305288 (40), 4311372 (40), 4315481
                              (40), 4317223 (45), 4318024 (40),
                              4320009 (40), 4320010 (40), 4324101
                              (35), 4324103 (45), 4326355 (15),
                              4327977 (50), 4332679 (45), 4333928
                              (50), 4335451 (50), 4338040 (50),
                              4344094 (50), 4347131 (30), 4347132
                              (15), 4349485 (40), 4356967 (50),
                              4357025 (25), 4363293 (50), 4363294
                              (50), 4364409 (25), 4364546 (40),
                              4364547 (40), 4365566 (40), 4367574
                              (40), 4373194 (45), 4373195 (50),
                              4377463 (50), 4388510 (50), 4391288
                              (50), 4393257 (15), 4399029 (35),
                              4402164 (45), 4402165 (50), 4405459
                              (45), 4405460 (45), 4406632 (40),
                              4409715 (35), 4413024 (45), 4413375
                              (50), 4414135 (45), 4416372 (40),
                              4416717 (45), 4424672 (40), 4427205
                              (45), 4430067 (40), 4431547 (45),
                              4433956 (40), 4434238 (35), 4439402
                              (50), 4444481 (45), 4447465 (45),
                              4449793 (30), 4451411 (50), 4454709
                              (30), 4456869 (30), 4459310 (50),
                              4459728 (40), 4461704 (50), 4462211
                              (25), 4462228 (45), 4462229 (45),
                              4464694 (25), 4465861 (45), 4469527
                              (45), 4471051 (30), 4473724 (50),
                              4474522 (40), 4484904 (25), 4488562
                              (45), 4490668 (25), 4495031 (45),
                              4495343 (40), 4497037 (45), 4503752
                              (35), 4511864 (40), 4514960 (50),
                              4522352 (45), 4524768 (35), 4525823
                              (45), 4527705 (50), 4528677 (25),
                              4533169 (45), 4537045 (30), 4542086
                              (40), 4551797 (50), 4555615 (50),
                              4557702 (45), 4565300 (50), 4565332
                              (50), 4570944 (45), 4570945 (45),
                              4581520 (50), 4585918 (40), 4586683
                              (45), 4587306 (35), 4592759 (35),
                              4592935 (25), 4594718 (45), 4595158
                              (40), 4595159 (50), 4598587 (45),
                              4599476 (50), 4602192 (50), 4607217
                              (45), 4608772 (35), 4612191 (50),
                              4616987 (35), 4618492 (50), 4619414
                              (40), 4621846 (40), 4624754 (45),
                              4632342 (35), 4639279 (40), 4639546
                              (35), 4639560 (45), 4648006 (40),
                              4649676 (45), 4654212 (45), 4656427
                              (35), 4657181 (35), 4668032 (50),
                              4670780 (45), 4677438 (35), 4677441
                              (45), 4678943 (40), 4682378 (40),
                              4684911 (40), 4687211 (50), 4690078
                              (45), 4690079 (50), 4693611 (45),
                              4693888 (40), 4695676 (45), 4696131
                              (45), 4699913 (55), F4202754XX (5),
                              F4317257 (20), F4317326 (50),
                              F4338110 (40), F4377849 (45),
                              F4383971 (50), F4396812 (10),
                              F4402166 (50), F4424675 (50),
                              F4424676 (10), F4449794 (50),
                              F4449795 (30), F4472687 (50),
                              F4472688 (10), F4498176 (10),
                              F4499348 (50)
  HNR4.0-35-100-P-10S-PIG-    F4343594 (5), F4359306 (10)
  SIM3
  HNR4.0-35-100-P-6S-VCF      4321408 (20), 4438002 (20), 4701117
                              (15), F4681896 (10)
  HNR4.0-35-100-P-NS-0        4426340 (75), 4426341 (95), 4527257
                              (65), 4661671 (70), F4317258 (5),
                              F4323951 (5), F4340998 (5),
                              F4359307 (10), F4383972 (5),
                              F4383973 (20), F4432011 (10),
                              F4435474 (5), F4457242 (5),
                              F4475085 (5)
  HNR4.0-35-100-P-NS-DAV      F4296980 (10), F4464627 (5),
                              F4636979 (5)
  HNR4.0-35-100-P-NS-SIM1     F4323974 (5), F4329152 (5),
                              F4457095 (5), F4486639 (5)
  HNR4.0-35-100-ST-10S-0      4550638 (30), F4283689 (5),
                              F4317259 (5), F4396813 (5),
                              F4427436 (10), F4449843 (10)
  HNR4.0-35-100-ST-10S-PIG    4459473 (95), 4459845 (90), 4460579
                              (45), 4584213 (90), 4677440 (75),
                              F4289245 (20), F4317327 (70),
                              F4340999 (50), F4367576 (50),
                              F4402167 (80), F4424742 (40),
                              F4472689 (60)
  HNR4.0-35-100-ST-6S-PED     F4320156 (15), F4492821 (5),
                              F4669177 (20)
  HNR4.0-35-110-P-10S-PIG     4298001 (25), 4299657 (20), 4306460
                              (25), 4314664 (20), 4320006 (25),
                              4320011 (15), 4322459 (25), 4332962
                              (20), 4344095 (25), 4349964 (10),
                              4365436 (20), 4373196 (25), 4377461
                              (20), 4377462 (25), 4377464 (20),
                              4388511 (25), 4392798 (15), 4400027
                              (25), 4403008 (25), 4403142 (20),
                              4405461 (25), 4409716 (10), 4416718
                              (25), 4427206 (20), 4439403 (25),
                              4444522 (15), 4446680 (25), 4456103
                              (20), 4462259 (20), 4465862 (15),
                              4493503 (15), 4506057 (15), 4506677
                              (20), 4507306 (20), 4509367 (20),
                              4516201 (20), 4516203 (25), 4522126
                              (25), 4522474 (10), 4528675 (15),
                              4528676 (25), 4530767 (20), 4535550
                              (20), 4556322 (20), 4570955 (5),
                              4576919 (25), 4577203 (15), 4580613
                              (20), 4581263 (25), 4581656 (20),
                              4581657 (20), 4586314 (15), 4586684
                              (15), 4592936 (25), 4593715 (20),
                              4595123 (10), 4597464 (10), 4599344
                              (10), 4606117 (15), 4610154 (15),
                              4611049 (20), 4612194 (20), 4621949
                              (20), 4623987 (25), 4633464 (20),
                              4637529 (20), 4639545 (25), 4644349
                              (25), 4654097 (25), 4659108 (20),
                              4668033 (20), 4670860 (25), 4682278
                              (10), 4686147 (25), 4688701 (20),
                              4690648 (20), 4693773 (25), 4696138
                              (25), 4699217 (25), 4702156 (25),
  HNR4.0-35-120-P-6S-PED      4459639 (50), 4460580 (40), 4461705
                              (30), 4462212 (40), 4559853 (40),
                              4598988 (45), 4618491 (35), 4684130
                              (45), 4694765 (45), 4738668 (45),
                              4805006 (10), 4901942 (8), 4930028
                              (10), 5163295 (8), F4225501XX (5),
                              F4317428 (20), F4341691 (10),
                              F4367577 (10), F4373555 (45),
                              F4373555X (5), F4398287 (50),
                              F4432344 (30), F4449844 (30),
                              F4472690 (30)
  HNR4.0-35-120-ST-6S-PED     4561041 (15), F4341692 (15),
                              F4527710 (15)
  HNR4.0-35-125-P-10S-0       4336068 (15), 4438001 (15), 4469725
                              (10), 4500350 (10), 4545892 (5),
                              4612675 (15), F4334023 (10),
                              F4454651 (10), F4475086 (5),
                              F4581264 (5), F4581526 (10),
                              F4597890 (5), F4625619 (10)
HNR4.0-35-125-P-10S-PIG      4300931 (25), 4311373 (40), 4315484
                              (40), 4321409 (40), 4326662 (50),
                              4332963 (40), 4344111 (30), 4345267
                              (45), 4347190 (20), 4356964 (50),
                              4356965 (30), 4357026 (45), 4363198
                              (45), 4373556 (35), 4377465 (45),
                              4392796 (50), 4403007 (40), 4413376
                              (45), 4416719 (50), 4423523 (45),
                              4432343 (45), 4432357 (50), 4433957
                              (50), 4439404 (35), 4448334 (25),
                              4473825 (45), 4506678 (50), 4512774
                              (40), 4514241 (50), 4527258 (50).
                              4532151 (20), 4561043 (45), 4563002
                              (45), 4581658 (30), 4586685 (50),
                              4591185 (40), 4591259 (30), 4597852
                              (30), 4598589 (40), 4600320 (45),
                              4602044 (35), 4607218 (40), 4611048
                              (25), 4612192 (45), 4623858 (45),
                              4630079 (25), 4633461 (50), 4639280
                              (40), 4646127 (45), 4649661 (25),
                              4665947 (50), 4668558 (35), 4673742
                              (30), 4683039 (35), 4684910 (35),
                              4698572 (45), 4698573 (50), 4704533
                              (50)
  HNR4.0-35-50-P-NS-0         F4296982 (60), F4347140 (30),
                              F4432012 (40), F4533766 (40),
                              F4555447 (30), F4636980 (10),
                              F4639561 (40), F4712614 (5),
                              F4721006 (30), F4789711 (40),
                              F4845188 (40), NS5051905 (40),
                              NS5058707 (15)
  HNR4.0-35-65-P-8S-VCF       4283107 (100), 4286126 (40),
                              4288319 (75), 4289685 (85), 4290091
                              (80), 4295183 (80), 4298005 (80),
                              4298352 (75), 4303722 (90), 4304144
                              (80), 4306461 (75), 4308308 (25),
                              4309885 (80), 4314984 (75), 4315783
                              (80), 4318977 (85), 4320008 (75),
                              4321399 (65), 4321407 (85), 4322458
                              (45), 4326354 (50), 4326694 (75),
                              4327107 (85), 4329822 (80), 4332477
                              (90), 4332770 (85), 4332976 (90),
                              4335294 (65), 4335295 (85), 4343123
                              (85), 4343422 (75), 4343499 (95),
                              4344075 (90), 4345597 (95), 4349503
                              (80), 4353404 (75), 4357675 (90),
                              4357726 (70), 4360975 (90), 4361184
                              (75), 4363431 (90), 4373763 (95),
                              4383001 (95), 4386741 (80), 4391248
                              (75), 4391249 (55), 4393256 (85),
                              4393501 (85), 4396453 (90), 4400028
                              (90), 4402163 (75), 4404099 (85),
                              4404635 (115), 4405456 (85),
                              4406630 (85), 4408885 (95), 4414132
                              (85), 4414623 (90), 4414817 (75),
                              4422664 (85), 4424743 (85), 4429970
                              (90), 4432286 (85), 4437205 (80),
                              4442338 (90), 4444482 (75), 4444523
                              (80), 4446683 (90), 4447358 (105),
                              4448336 (85), 4449769 (80), 4449845
                              (70), 4451412 (85), 4452667 (70),
                              4465230 (95), 4465863 (90), 4468453
                              (90), 4471052 (85), 4471097 (70),
                              4472691 (80), 4472692 (90), 4475087
                              (95), 4482612 (90), 4484905 (80),
                              4485426 (95), 4490896 (85), 4497224
                              (95), 4507462 (100), 4510159 (90),
                              4512879 (65), 4514317 (95), 4515015
                              (95), 4516257 (75), 4524809 (90),
                              4527400 (70), 4527407 (90), 4530207
                              (85), 4535551 (90). 4536529 (95),
                              4539408 (85), 4539515 (90), 4546635
                              (75), 4551834 (70), 4561057 (70),
                              4563512 (85), 4570792 (90), 4576348
                              (90), 4577204 (80), 4578347 (90),
                              4584211 (75), 4585917 (70), 4586681
                              (80), 4586686 (85), 4592703 (60),
                              4592946 (85), 4594536 (85), 4594719
                              (85), 4595164 (95), 4597508 (85),
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                              4599562 (85), 4604775 (80), 4607219
                              (95), 4611050 (80), 4611051 (90),
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                              (85), 4618493 (70), 4621847 (95),
                              4622056 (80), 4624755 (65), 4630015
                              (80), 4630080 (100), 4631835 (60),
                              4633465 (90), 4637013 (90), 4640538
                              (85), 4642606 (85), 4645207 (90),
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                              4656937 (95), 4658751 (60), 4659150
                              (65), 4664300 (85), 4665144 (90),
                              4667599 (85), 4669098 (80), 4669190
                              (95), 4673394 (95), 4674504 (85),
                              4676123 (90), 4684131 (100),
                              4684132 (95), 4684134 (100),
                              4684135 (95), 4684139 (95), 4685328
                              (95), 4685329 (90), 4694767 (190,
                              4698393 (95), 4700583 (100),
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                              4706846 (45), 4706847 (45), 4709889
                              (50), 4709890 (45), 4713446 (50),
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                              (50), 4717061 (10), 4717062 (10),
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                              (45), 4730042 (50), 4734048 (45),
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                              (50), 4739099 (50), 4739902 (50),
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                              (50), 4750288 (50), 4751340 (40),
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                              (45), 4756474 (50), 4758372 (50),
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                              (50), 4767538 (45), 4767539 (45),
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                              (45), 4772083 (50), 4772084 (45),
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                              (50), 4777888 (45), 4778508 (50),
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                              (50), 4782230 (50), 4783767 (50),
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                              (50), 4790613 (55), 4790614 (50),
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                              (50), 4792694 (50), 4796102 (45),
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                              (50), 4805924 (50), 4805925 (50),
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                              (45), 4811699 (50), 4814925 (50),
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                              (45), 4818011 (50), 4818012 (50),
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                              (45), 4825989 (65), 4825990 (50),
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                              (50), 4832251 (45), 4833095 (50),
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                              (50), 4834957 (50), 4834958 (35),
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                              (50), 4845189 (50), 4846291 (40),
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                              (50), 4855737 (40), 4857186 (8),
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                              (45), 4864434 (50), 4864435 (50),
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                              (10), 4878274 (35), 4878275 (35),
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                              (45), 4888554 (10), 4888555 (45),
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                              (50), 4894049 (50), 4897427 (50),
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                              (50), 4902654 (10), 4903305 (45),
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                              (55), 4910877 (50), 4910878 (60),
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                              (9), 4917897 (55), 4917898 (50),
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                              (50), 4927896 (50), 4927897 (45),
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                              (50), 4936708 (45), 4938560 (10),
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                              (45), 4941550 (45), 4950952 (50),
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                              (50), 4951725 (10), 4955279 (7),
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                              (50), 4961168 (50), 4966252 (9),
                              4967755 (50), 4969918 (50), 4969919
                              (45), 4974912 (45), 4977062 (50),
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                              (50), 4985195 (10), 4985196 (45),
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                              (50), 4995737 (50), 4997693 (45),
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                              (50), 5002425 (50), 5002426 (50),
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                              (45), 5006238 (30), 5008707 (50),
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                              (50), 5015718 (45), 5015719 (45),
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                              (45), 5023073 (50), 5026694 (50),
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                              (50), 5034514 (50), 5034515 (50),
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                              (50), 5039263 (50), 5042990 (45),
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                              (50), 5048467 (40), 5049476 (50),
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                              (10), 5052808 (45), 5052838 (50),
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                              (45), 5062065 (50), 5062066 (50),
                              5062796 (10), 5062797 (50), 5066607
                              (45), 5071169 (50), 5072167 (50),
                              5072168 (50), 5074348 (50), 5074349
                              (50), 5079517 (50), 5079518 (50),
                              5085216 (50), 5140313 (50), 5146699
                              (50), 5151514 (50), 5153892 (50),
                              5160173 (10), 5160174 (60), 5160175
                              (50), 5160176 (50), 5162826 (50),
                              5163063 (50), 5163296 (45), 5167665
                              (10), 5167666 (50), 5168441 (45),
                              5170072 (50), 5175948 (50), 5181673
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CORRECTIONS CORPORATION: Faces Overtime Class Action
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The Tennessean reports that Tennessee sends thousands of inmates
to prisons operated by Corrections Corporation of America and
several thousand more will end up in its custody once the
Nashville-based company finishes construction on a new prison in
Trousdale County.  The state is set to pay out $277 million to
house inmates at the 2,552-bed prison, according to terms of a
contract running from 2016 through 2021.

The construction of the CCA prison occurs as state-run prisons
deal with severe manpower shortages and safety concerns -- a
scenario set in motion when hundreds of correctional officers quit
after the Tennessee Department of Correction switched them from a
traditional 40-hour work week to a 28-day schedule to save $1.4
million in overtime costs.  CCA has its own set of problems.

The company faces a class action lawsuit in federal court for
allegedly failing to pay overtime -- accusations the company
challenges in court papers.  CCA is also accused in other suits of
failing to provide safety for inmates at the South Central
Correctional Facility in Clifton.

CCA, the nation's largest operator of private prisons with $1.65
billion in revenues last year, has come under criticism nationally
from critics ranging from justice reform organizations to college
students.  Trustees for Columbia University voted in July to
divest holdings in the company following student protests.  Idaho
last year ended its contract with CCA after the company
acknowledged it falsified staffing reports submitted to the state.

The American Civil Liberties Union In Tennessee has launched a
petition asking Gov. Bill Haslam to stop doing business with CCA.
It has garnered more than 26,000 signatures.

The company has come under criticism for the money it spends
nationwide on lobbying.  In response, CCA began posting a
political activity report on its website.  In 2013, it spent
$835,3350, including $92,300 in Tennessee.

"Our company does not, under longstanding policy, lobby for or
against policies or legislation that would determine the basis for
or duration of an individual's incarceration or detention," the
website states.

James, the correctional officer attacked at the prison, declined
to comment. The Tennessean learned of the Feb. 22 attack after
obtaining an incident report. A spokesman for CCA said staffing
was not a factor in the attack on the officer or other incidents.

"We take seriously the safety and security of the inmates
entrusted to our care, as well as the safety of our dedicated
facility staff members and the communities they call home," said
Jonathan Burns, a spokesman for CCA.  "All of CCA's Tennessee
Department of Correction-contracted facilities are required to
maintain staffing of mandatory posts."

The facilities are staffed by full-time TDOC employees with
unfettered access to the prisons who monitor them for contract
compliance, he said, including safety protocols and staffing
requirements.

Two inmates have died in homicides at the Clifton prison since
Sept. 1, 2013.  The Human Rights Defense Center issued an alert
about the deaths after autopsy results were released on the second
prisoner.  Gerald Ewing was killed at the prison in 2013. Jeffery
Sills was killed in 2014.

Sills' brother, Jerry Sills, has filed a lawsuit against CCA.  The
lawsuit alleges that the prison housed his brother in the same
cell as Travis Bess, a member of the Aryan Brotherhood, where Bess
"beat, tortured, stabbed, cut and strangled" him.

Another inmate at the prison asked a federal judge in July for
help at the prison, alleging that it was allowing "security threat
groups" to be housed with the general population, posing a risk of
serious harm to staff and other inmates.

The Tennessee Private Prison Contracting Act limits the state to
one private prison contract, but there is a way around that law. A
county enters an agreement with CCA for a prison then the state
pays the county to house the inmates.  The state entered into a
fee-for-service contract with Trousdale County for the new prison
being built there.

CCA housed 5,211 state inmates as of June 30 at three prisons it
runs in Tennessee.


CREATE COMMON: Recalls Jambalaya Products Due to Misbranding
------------------------------------------------------------
Create Common Good, a Boise, Idaho establishment, is recalling
approximately 185 pounds of jambalaya products due to misbranding
and an undeclared allergen, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's
Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced. The product
contains milk, a known allergen, and beef, both of which were not
declared on the product label.

The following items, produced on various dates between July 15 and
August 7, 2015, are subject to recall:

  --- 1.5-lb. plastic heat and serve packages containing "CREATE
      COMMON GOOD Albertson's Jambalaya with Chicken and
      Andouille" with the following sell-by dates: 7/19/15,
      7/21/15, 7/24/15, 7/26/15, 7/28/15, 7/31/15, 8/02/15,
      08/04/15, 8/07/15, 8/09/15, and 8/11/15.

These products, bearing establishment number "EST. 45453" inside
the USDA mark of inspection, were shipped to a distributor in
Idaho.

The problem was discovered when an FSIS inspector discovered that
the establishment used beef and cheese sausage rather than
Andouille sausage in the product.

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

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.

Consumers and media with questions about the recall can contact
Kelly Parker, Director of Community Engagement, at (208) 258-6800.

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.


CSX TRANSPORTATION: Sued in Tenn. Over Maryville Train Derailment
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Dedra Jones, Tracy Lea Milani, Sarah Kathy Headrick, individually
and on behalf of a class of persons similarly situated v. CSX
Transportation, Inc. and Union Tank Car Company, Case No. 3:15-cv-
00337-TAV-HBG (E.D. Tenn., August 3, 2015), is an action for
damages as a result of the train derailment and leakage of toxic
chemicals which occurred in Maryville, Tennessee.

CSX Transportation, Inc. is an international transportation
company offering a variety of rail, container-shipping,
intermodal, trucking and contract logistics services.

Union Tank Car Company is a railway equipment leasing company
headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Calvin C. Fayard Jr.
      D. Blayne Honeycutt, Esq.
      Wanda J. Edwards, Esq.
      FAYARD & HONEYCUTT, APC
      519 Florida Avenue, SW
      Denham Springs, LA 70726
      Telephone: (225) 664-4193

         - and -

      Emily Roark, Esq.
      Mark Bryant, Esq.
      BRYANT LAW CENTER, PSC
      PO Box 1876, 601 Washington Strret
      Paducah, KY 42001
      Telephone: (270) 442-1422
      E-mail: lawteam@bryantpsc.com

         - and -

      H. Douglas Nichol, Esq.
      NICHOL & ASSOCIATES
      6759 Baum Drive
      Knoxville, TN 37919
      Telephone: (865) 588-7465
      Facsimile: (865) 588-2883
      E-mail: dnichol@nicholassociates.com


CVS HEALTH: Sued in Cal. Over Alleged Overpriced Generic Drugs
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Christopher Corcoran, Robert Garber, Toni Odorisio, Robert
Guarnieri, Onnolee Samuelson, Ron W. Coder, and Irma Pacheco, on
behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated v. CVS
Health Corporation, Case No. 3:15-cv-03504 (N.D. Cal., July 30,
2015), seeks damages resulting from the Defendant's practice of
overcharging pharmacy customers for generic prescription drugs by
submitting claims for payment to third-party payors at
fraudulently inflated prices.

CVS Health Corporation operates a retail pharmacy chain with over
7,866 stores throughout the United States.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Michael P. Lehmann, Esq.
      Christopher L. Lebsock, Esq.
      Bonny E. Sweeney, Esq.
      HAUSFELD LLP
      600 Montgomery St., Suite 3200
      San Francisco, CA 94111
      Telephone: 415-633-1908
      Facsimile: 415-358-4980
      E-mail: mlehmann@hausfeld.com
              clebsock@hausfeld.com
              bsweeney@hausfeld.com

         - and -

      Pat A. Cipollone, P.C.
      Rebecca R. Anzidei, Esq.
      Robert B. Gilmore, Esq.
      STEIN MITCHELL MUSE CIPOLLONE & BEATO LLP
      1100 Connecticut Ave., N.W.
      Washington, D.C. 20036
      Telephone: (202) 737-7777
      E-mail: pcipollone@steinmitchell.com
              ranzidei@steinmitchell.com
              rgilmore@steinmitchell.com

         - and -

      Richard Lewis, Esq.
      Kristen Ward Broz, Esq.
      HAUSFELD LLP
      1700 K St. NW, Suite 650
      Washington, D.C. 20006
      Telephone: (202) 540-7200
      Facsimile: (202) 540-7201
      E-mail: rlewis@hausfeld.com
              kward@hausfeld.com


DATA DIVER: Removed "Myers" Suit to Ariz. Federal Court
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The District Court Clerk assigned styled Stephanie Myers, on
behalf of herself and all others similarly situated v. Data Diver
Technologies LLC, Case No. CV2015-052476, was removed from the
Maricopa County Superior Court to the U.S. District Court District
Of Arizona (Phoenix Division). The District Court Clerk assigned
Case No. 2:15-cv-01462-DLR to the proceeding.

The case alleged violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Paul B. Mengedoth, Esq.
      MENGEDOTH LAW PLLC
      20909 N 90th St., Ste. 211
      Scottsdale, AZ 85255
      Telephone: (480) 778-9100
      Facsimile: (480) 778-9101
      E-mail: paul@mengedothlaw.com

         - and -
      Daniel Patrick Wierzba, Esq.
      SEYFARTH SHAW LLP
      2029 Century Park E, Ste. 3500
      Los Angeles, CA 90067
      Telephone: (310) 201-5266
      Facsimile: (310) 551-8306
      E-mail: dwierzba@seyfarth.com

         - and -

      John W. Drury, Esq.
      Pamela Q Devata, Esq.
      SEYFARTH SHAW LLP
      131 S Dearborn St., Ste. 2400
      Chicago, IL 60603
      Telephone: (312) 460-5000
      Facsimile: (312) 460-7000
      E-mail: jdrury@seyfarth.com
              pdevata@seyfarth.com


DEERE & COMPANY: Recalls Lawn Tractors Due to Crash Hazard
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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with
Deere & Company, of Moline, Ill., announced a voluntary recall of
about 1,700 John Deere lawn tractors (in addition, 370 were sold
in Canada). Consumers should stop using this product unless
otherwise instructed.  It is illegal to resell or attempt to
resell a recalled consumer product.

The brake arm on the lawn tractor can fail, posing a crash hazard
that could result in serious injury or death.

This recall involves John Deere models D110, D125, D130, D140,
D155, D160 and D170 lawn tractors with serial numbers beginning
with 1GXD. A complete list of serial numbers included in this
recall is on the firm's website. The model number is printed on
the bottom left and right of the hood in yellow. The brand name is
printed on top left and right of the hood in black. The serial
number is located on the left side of tractor, under the fender,
above the left rear tire.

No consumer incidents have been reported.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://is.gd/ixzHRA

The recalled products were manufactured in United States and sold
at Home Depot, Lowe's and other John Deere dealers nationwide from
May 2015 through August 2015 for between $1,700 and $2,700.

Consumers should stop using the recalled lawn tractors immediately
and contact a John Deere dealer for a free repair. John Deere is
also contacting all registered owners of the recalled lawn
tractors directly.


DEMIR ENERGY: Illegally Offers Unregistered Securities, Suit Says
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LBS Petroleum, LLC, on its own behalf and on behalf of all others
similarly situated v. Demir Energy, LLC, et al., Case No. 1:15-cv-
22880-UU (S.D. Fla., August 3, 2015), alleges that the Defendants
fraudulently offered unregistered securities for sale in a classic
Ponzi scheme, whereby returns are paid to investors from monies
contributed by later investors.

Demir Energy, LLC is an entity organized under the laws of the
State of Delaware. Demir conducted business in the Southern
District of Florida by soliciting investors.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Rodrigo S. Da Silva, Esq.
      LAW OFFICES OF RODRIGO S. DA SILVA, P.A.
      1001 Brickell Bay Drive, 9th Floor
      Miami, FL 33131
      Telephone: (305) 615-1434
      Facsimile: (305) 615-1435
      E-mail: rodrigo@rdasilvalaw.com


DETROIT MEDICAL: Remaining Defendant in Nurses Wage-Collusion Suit
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Chad Halcom, writing for Crain's Detroit Business, reports that a
federal lawsuit that goes to trial next month could have eight-
figure stakes for Detroit Medical Center -- if the hospital system
continues to contest allegations that it colluded with other
hospitals to suppress wages among more than 20,000 local nurses.

The hospital is the sole remaining defendant in a 2006 class-
action lawsuit before Chief U.S. District Judge Gerald Rosen,
since co-defendants Beaumont Health of Troy, Henry Ford Health
System of Detroit, Livonia-based Trinity Health and four others
have settled for more than a combined $48 million.

And while the allegations against the local health care providers
may be unique, attorneys said wage collusion is gaining some
traction as a basis for civil court claims -- and that employers
should take the opportunity to review their own wage-setting,
hiring and market research practices.

A class of more than 20,000 registered nurses alleges eight
hospital systems in Southeast Michigan colluded to keep pay scales
for acute care hospital nurses artificially lower than market
forces would dictate, between December 2002 and late 2006.

Some 11,581 submitted claims to divide the previous settlement
funds -- about $31.5 million after deducting various attorney
fees, incentive awards, costs to send formal notices and other
expenses.

The DMC tried and failed to get the class action decertified
earlier this year at the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, and
lost a motion in April to exclude expert testimony of
Orley Ashenfelter, a Princeton University economics professor who
has pegged total damages to the nurse class at more than $595
million.

That sum may be a long shot in court, since it would overtake even
the $415 million deal that Apple Inc., Google Inc., Intel Corp.
and Adobe Systems Inc. reached earlier this year to settle claims
they suppressed wages and mobility through agreements not to poach
or solicit each other's employees.

That agreement, which went for a final approval hearing in July
before U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in California, covers more
than 64,000 software engineers and other tech sector employees
over a five-year period.  It is second in size only to an
employment lawsuit against the federal government that settled in
2000 for $508 million, after 23 years in court, according to
Bloomberg.

But if the nurses fetch even a fraction of that at trial,
attorneys said, the DMC could still end up paying as much or more
than all the settling hospitals combined in the case.

Patricia Nemeth, owner of Detroit-based employment law firm Nemeth
Law PC, said wage collusion claims are fairly rare against
employers, and she was surprised when the nurses' lawsuit first
made headlines several years ago.  But the case could be
instructive for employers who sometimes seek wage and benefits
data from their competitors to get a sense of the labor market.
This might happen when bargaining with employee unions or making
specific hires.

In most cases, she said, not every employer will volunteer that
information and it is best if it gets exchanged as a ministerial
function -- not among administrators or decision-makers within
companies.

"If it's done at a lower level of the organization, like an HR
generalist talking to their counterparts, that's not anyone making
administrative decisions and that wouldn't invite as much
suspicion," she said.  "But you'd also need to monitor where the
information is going after that."

Mark Griffin -- mgriffin@kellerrohrback.com -- partner at Keller
Rohrback LLP in Seattle and attorney for the nurses, said DMC
could get a credit against its judgment for the settlement sums
its competitors have already paid.  But whatever a judge or jury
finds the lost wages were, the damages could be tripled and some
additional costs could be borne by the defendants for any
antitrust law violations.

"The allegations are such that, under antitrust law, DMC can be
held jointly and severally liable for all of the uncompensated
damages of the entire conspiracy" if the hospital goes to trial
and loses, he said.

Veronica Lewis -- vlewis@gibsondunn.com -- a litigation partner at
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP and co-trial counsel for DMC in the
lawsuit, said the company would not comment on the case.

DMC officials have consistently denied colluding with other
hospitals on nurse wages in court, but have acknowledged the
hospital system used wage and benefit data in third-party surveys
or communication with other hospitals to help peg its wages to a
"median of the market," while staying within its own budget
constraints, according to court documents.

Attorneys for DMC have said in the past that the company is "right
on the law" and was not considering its own settlement.

Be that as it may, Judge Rosen in late July ordered both sides to
appear for a settlement conference Sept. 14 before Layn Phillips,
CEO of California-based Phillips Alternative Dispute Resolution
and former federal judge.  Attorneys told Crain's that meeting is
likely to be a routine one, before trial proceedings start the
next day.

Nemeth and other attorneys said going it alone in court when your
co-defendants have settled isn't always foolhardy.  Some
defendants may have less evidence against them than others did, or
have a better appetite for risk -- or see an important principle
or business practice at stake.

"There certainly have been cases where one party holds out and
goes to trial, and (some can) get off," said Larry Saylor, senior
principal at Miller Canfield Paddock and Stone PLC who specializes
in class-action and antitrust litigation defense.  "It may just be
that they're less risk-averse than the other companies and it
doesn't reflect on the strength of the case."

Mr. Saylor is not involved in the DMC nurse dispute, but pointed
to a 1990s class action on behalf of more than 40,000 pharmacies.
This claim originally alleged about a dozen drug manufacturers and
wholesalers had colluded to charge retailers higher prices on
brand-name drugs.  Eight of those companies had settled for more
than $700 million combined before trial, but a handful of holdouts
won a defense verdict that was upheld by the 7th U.S. Circuit
Court of Appeals in 1999.

In the DMC case, the hospital system also asked Judge Rosen in
July to consider delaying the trial until the U.S. Supreme Court
can rule on an appeal from Arkansas-based Tyson Foods Inc.

The high court agreed in June to hear the Tyson case on whether a
class action can be certified under the federal Fair Labor
Standards Act, when liability and damages are computed for the
class based on the "average" observed within a statistical sample
of plaintiffs.

The hospital contends that a Supreme Court ruling in favor of
Tyson could require a decertification of the class action in the
nurses' case, and the trial should go on hold until a ruling comes
down sometime next year.  Judge Rosen has yet to rule on that
request, but so far a Sept. 15 trial date is unchanged.


DISNEY STORE: Recalls Pencil Cases Due to Ingestion Hazard
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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with
Disney Store USA, LLC, of Pasadena, Calif., announced a voluntary
recall of about 300 Gadget Pencil Cases. Consumers should stop
using this product unless otherwise instructed.  It is illegal to
resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.

The two magnets holding the pencil case lid closed can detach,
posing an ingestion hazard. When these two magnets are swallowed,
they can link together inside a child's intestines and result in
serious internal injuries.

The Gadget Pencil Cases are 9 1/2 inches by 4 inches by 1 inch
plastic boxes with spring-loaded compartments for a pencil
sharpener, scissors, ruler, eraser, tape and five pencils. The lid
contains two 9/16 inch by 1/16 inch by 1/8 inch magnets on the
lid. The pencil case covers are available in four different
designs: Avengers, Cars, Miles from Tomorrowland and Multi-
Princess.

No consumer incidents have been reported.
Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://is.gd/mRQlrt

The recalled products were manufactured in China and sold at
Disney Stores nationwide during June 2015 for about $15.

Consumers should immediately take the recalled pencil cases away
from children and contact Disney Stores to receive a full refund.


DIVERSIFIED CONSULTANTS: Sued in N.Y. Over Labor Law Violation
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Francisco Echevarria, on behalf of himself individually and all
others similarly situated v. Diversified Consultants, Inc., Case
No. 1:15-cv-06008 (S.D.N.Y., July 30, 2015), is brought against
the Defendant for violation of the Fair Labor Standard Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Novlette Rosemarie Kidd, Esq.
      FAGENSON & PUGLISI
      450 Seventh Avenue
      New York, NY 10123
      Telephone: (212) 268-2128
      Facsimile: (212) 268-2127
      E-mail: nkidd@fagensonpuglisi.com


EGS FINANCIAL: Faces "Abella" Suit in N.J. Over FDCPA Violation
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Andrew Abella, on behalf of himself and those similarly situated
v. EGS Financial Care, Inc. f/k/a NCO Financial Systems, Inc.,
Case No. 2:15-cv-05933-KM-JBC (D.N.J., August 2, 2015), is brought
against the Defendant for violation of the Fair Debt Collection
Practices Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Yongmoon Kim, Esq.
      KIM LAW FIRM LLC
      411 Hackensack Ave, 2nd Floor
      Hackensack, NJ 07601
      Telephone: (201) 273-7117
      Facsimile: (201) 273-7117
      E-mail: ykim@kimlf.com


ELITE HVAC: Faces "Gonzales" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
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Lidyce Gonzalez and all others similarly situated v. Elite HVAC
Group, LLC, Solar Bear Services LLC, Iraj Jake Nadjmazhar, Duane
Rapson, and David Eveland, Case No. 1:15-cv-22841-JAL (S.D. Fla.,
July 30, 2015), is brought against the Defendants for failure to
pay overtime wages in violation of the Fair Labor Standard Act.

The Defendants operate a heating, ventilation and air-conditioning
services company in Miami-Dade County, Florida.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      K. David Kelly, Esq.
      Rivkah Fay Jaff, Esq.
      Jamie H. Zidell, Esq.
      J.H. ZIDELL, PA
      300 71st Street, Ste. 605
      Miami Beach, FL 33141
      Telephone: (305) 865-6766
      Facsimile: 865-7167
      E-mail: david.kelly38@rocketmail.com
              Rivkah.Jaff@gmail.com
              ZABOGADO@AOL.COM


FEDERAL EXPRESS: Doesn't Properly Pay Truck Drivers, Suit Claims
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Heeraram Baburam v. Federal Express Corporation, Case No.
708042/2015 (N.Y. Sup Ct., July 30, 2015), is brought against the
Defendant for failure to compensate its truck drivers in
accordance with the New York State Labor Law.

Federal Express Corporation provides a wide range of package
delivery services to various locations throughout the United
States and its territories and to foreign locations.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Neil M. Frank, Esq.
      FRANK & ASSOCIATES, P.C.
      500 Bi-County Boulevard, 465
      Farmingdale, NY 11735
      Facsimile: (631) 756-0547
      Telephone: (631) 756-0400
      E-mail: promero@laborlaws.com


FEDEX FREIGHT: Drivers' Labor Suit Obtains Class Action-Status
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Gordon Gibb, writing for LawyersandSettlements.com, reports that a
lawsuit against FedEx Corp. (FedEx) alleging various affronts to
California labor law that was first brought in California Superior
Court has been granted class-action status. Plaintiffs and class
members in the California labor lawsuit hold that FedEx violated
state laws by failing to pay adequate wages.

According to court records, lead plaintiff Roy Taylor originally
took FedEx to task over lack of pay for line-haul drivers who are
paid based on mileage.  However, the plaintiff asserts that wages
based on mileage did not account for the various non-driving
activities performed by a line-haul driver during the course of a
workday.  Included in the list of allegations was a lack of
provision for meal and rest periods as required under California
labor code, and failure to provide accurate wage statements, or so
it is alleged.

The certification by US District Judge Lawrence J. O'Neill
supports an earlier ruling by US Magistrate Judge Barbara A.
McAuliffe in May, who recommended certification.

The proposed class would represent line-haul drivers who worked
for the venerable shipping company from January 2012 through to
the time of trial, together with a subclass of drivers who had
since left the company's employ during that period.

In disputing Magistrate Judge McAuliffe's reasoning, FedEx argued
that individual damages calculations could overwhelm questions
common to the class.  However, Judge O'Neill of the US District
Court would have none of it, maintaining that Judge McAuliffe got
it right. He adopted the earlier ruling by the Magistrate Judge in
its entirety.

Judge McAuliffe had said in May there was no evidence she could
find that FedEx's mileage-based policy was discretionary, and that
FedEx did not dispute the existence of a companywide policy of
mileage pay for non-driving activities.

"Plaintiff indicates, and FedEx agrees, that FedEx had a uniform
policy of paying line-haul drivers for non-driving activities
using mileage based compensation, and that policy was applied
uniformly," she wrote in her ruling supporting a recommendation of
class certification.  Judge O'Neill supported McAuliffe's findings
and dismissed the protests of FedEx.

"Defendants' objections are virtually identical to the arguments
considered and properly rejected by the magistrate judge's well-
reasoned findings and recommendations," the judge wrote in his
certification, which was handed down July 27.  As part of Judge
O'Neill's ruling, plaintiff Taylor will serve as the class
representative in the California and labor law class action.

The case was removed to federal court in July 2013.

The California labor lawsuit is Roy Taylor v. FedEx Freight Inc.,
Case No. 1:13-cv-01137, in the US District Court for the Eastern
District of California.


FREEDOM MORTGAGE: Faces "Mollnhauer" Suit Over TCPA Violation
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William Mollnhauer, individually and on behalf of all others
similarly situated v. Freedom Mortgage Corporation, Case No. 2:15-
cv-00162-WCO (N.D. Ga., July 30, 2015), is brought against the
Defendant for violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Jennifer Auer Jordan, Esq.
      SHAMP SPEED JORDAN WOODARD, LLC
      Suite 660, 1718 Peachtree Street
      Atlanta, GA 30309
      Telephone: (404) 893-9400
      Facsimile: (404) 872-3745
      E-mail: jordan@ssjwlaw.com


FREEDOM TAXI: Faces "Robbins" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
---------------------------------------------------------------
Steven Robbins, Vincent Oberton, and Sherman Howard, individually
and on behalf of all others similarly situated v. Freedom Taxi
Association, LLC d/b/a Freedom Taxi, Point to Point Auto Repair,
Inc. d/b/a Freedom Taxi, Two.One.Five Meter Shop, Inc. d/b/a
Freedom Taxi, Everett Abitbol, and Evgeny Freidman, Case No. 2:15-
cv-04201-MAK (E.D. Pa., July 30, 2015), is brought against the
Defendants for failure to pay overtime wages in violation of the
Fair Labor Standard Act.

The Defendants all operate and do business under the name "Freedom
Taxi," with a business location at 2351 S. Swanson St,
Philadelphia, PA 19148.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Michael Patrick Murphy Jr., Esq.
      MURPHY LAW GROUP LLC
      Eight Penn Center Suite 1803
      1628 John F. Kennedy Blvd
      Philadelphia, PA 19103
      Telephone: (215) 375-0961
      E-mail: murphy@phillyemploymentlawyer.com


GAIO TRUCKING: Doesn't Properly Pay Drivers, "Jauregui" Suit Says
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Jenaro Jauregui, individually and on behalf of all others
similarly situated v. Gaio Trucking, Inc., Case No. BC589878 (Cal.
Super. Ct., July 30, 2015), is brought against the Defendant for
failure to pay separately and hourly wages for time spent by
drivers on rest breaks and non-driving task.

Gaio Trucking, Inc. is a California corporation that operates
several terminals throughout the State of California.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Craig J. Ackermann, Esq.
      1180 S. Beverly Dr., Suite 610
      Los Angeles, CA 90035
      Telephone: (310) 277-0614
      Facsimile: (310) 277-0635
      E-mail: cja@ackermanntilajef.com

         - and -

      Julian Hammond, Esq.
      HAMMONDLAW, PC
      1829 Reisterstown Road, Suite 410
      Baltimore, MD 21208
      Telephone: (310) 601-6766
      Facsimile: (310) 295-2385
      E-mail: jhammond@hammonlawoc.com


GALLUP: Settles Class Action Over Autodialer for $12 Million
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Huffpost Politics, citing Marketing Research Association, reports
that a settlement agreement has been reached in a class action
lawsuit that alleged Gallup violated the Telephone Consumer
Protection Act (TCPA) by calling cellular telephones using an
automatic telephone dialing system (autodialer) without prior
express consent.  Gallup has agreed to provide a $12 million
dollar settlement fund.  Gallup denies any violation or that it
did anything wrong.  The lawsuit was filed by Kurt Solo on behalf
of himself and a class that consists of all persons of the United
States to whom Gallup placed a call to that person's cell phone
using an automatic telephone dialing system during the four years
prior to the filing of the complaint . . . . Mr. Solo alleged that
during the month of July 2013, he began receiving unsolicited
calls on his cell phone.  He claimed that: when returning the
calls, an automated voice announced that the call had been made by
Gallup for the purposes of "polling" him on political and social
issues; the calls were made using an automatic telephone dialing
system; and he had never had any previous contact with Gallup.

Gallup says it didn't autodial anyone -- "Gallup has not, and will
never, auto-dial a respondent on a cell phone," Gallup's general
counsel Steve O'Brien tells HuffPollster.  "Gallup is a victim of
an ill-defined law that penalizes companies based upon the
'capacity' of the call-center equipment they own rather than
whether the equipment was actually used to auto-dial."

Mr. Solo's original complaint includes no allegation that Gallup
placed automated, recorded-voice calls to wireless phones, only
that its calls to cell phones involved "an automatic telephone
dialing system."

The definition of "automatic telephone dialing system," or
"autodialer" is at the heart of the ongoing controversy affecting
the polling industry. Lawmakers that passed the original TCPA
autodialer provision intended to shield mobile phone users (who
paid by the minute for incoming calls) from an explosion of
automated, recorded voice calls (commonly referred to as
"robocalls").  Over the years, however, The FCC has "progressively
expanded" their interpretation of automatic dialing from the
original automated, recorded voice calls "to cover just about all
dialing technology that doesn't involve manual hand-dialing
(fingers hitting keys or the dial of a phone)," as Howard
Fienberg, director of government affairs for the Market Research
Association, explained in a recent summary.

The Gallup settlement appears to confirm the darkest fears of the
polling world, especially given the FCC's recent toughening of the
TCPA restrictions that defines autodialer even more broadly as
"any technology with the capacity to dial random or sequential
numbers."

"After this order," Republican FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai argued in
casting a "no" vote, "each and every smartphone, tablet, VoIP
phone, calling app, texting app, pretty much any phone that's not
a rotary dial phone will be an automatic telephone dialing
system."

"[T]rial lawyers have discovered that survey, opinion and
marketing research can be a lucrative target for TCPA class action
suits," MRA's Fienberg warned in May.  "These new rules from the
FCC will be an even bigger boon to such frivolous legal assaults."


GATESTONE & CO: Faces "Freilich" Suit in Over FDCPA Violation
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Abraham Freilich, Rachel Freilich, on behalf of themselves and all
other similarly situated consumers v. Gatestone & Co.
International, Inc., Case No. 1:15-cv-04473-CBA-VMS (E.D.N.Y.,
July 31, 2015), is brought against the Defendant for violation of
the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Maxim Maximov, Esq.
      MAXIM MAXIMOV, LLP
      1701 Avenue P
      Brooklyn, NY 11229
      Telephone: (718) 395-3459
      Facsimile: (718) 408-9570
      E-mail: m@maximovlaw.com


GENESIS JUNGLES: Faces "Barban" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
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Pedro J. Barban and all others similarly situated v. Genesis
Jungles LLC, Barbara Medina, and Harry Nelson, Case No. 1:15-cv-
22842-UU (S.D. Fla., July 30, 2015), is brought against the
Defendants for failure to pay overtime wages for work performed in
excess of 40 hours weekly.

The Defendants own and operate a Florida-based company that
provides high end landscape design services.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Jamie H. Zidell, Esq.
      J.H. ZIDELL, P.A.
      300 71st Street, Suite 605
      Miami Beach, FL 33141
      Telephone: (305) 865-6766
      Facsimile: 865-7167
      E-mail: ZABOGADO@AOL.COM


GLOBAL CREDIT: Faces "Hofstatter" Suit Over FDCPA Violation
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Annie Hofstatter, on behalf of herself and all other similarly
situated consumers v. Global Credit & Collection Corp., f/k/a
Leading Edge Recovery Solutions, LLC, Case No. 1:15-cv-04449
(E.D.N.Y., July 30, 2015), is brought against the Defendant for
violation 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


GOOD FOOD: Recalls Turkey and Pork Products
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Good Food Made Simple, a Wellesley, Mass., distributor, is
recalling approximately 3,574 pounds of previously exported turkey
sausage breakfast burritos and pork strips and turkey sausage
breakfast bowls that were returned from Canada and were not
presented for U.S. returned export inspection, the U.S. Department
of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS)
announced. Without the opportunity of inspection, a possibility of
adverse health consequences exists.

The following products are subject to recall:

  --- 1998.75 lbs. (533 cases) of "Good Food Made Simple Turkey
      Sausage Breakfast Burrito" bearing expiration date
      "03/22/2016."
  --- 1575 lbs. (450 cases) of "Good Food Made Simple Pork Strips
      & Turkey Sausage Breakfast Bowl" bearing expiration date
      "03/19/2016."

The products were exported to Canada, brought back into the United
States, and distributed in California without the opportunity for
FSIS to inspect.

The problem was discovered during failure to present monitoring.
FSIS and the company have received no confirmed 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 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.

Consumers and media with questions about the recall can contact
Corinne Lupi, sales and marketing administrator at Good Food Made
Simple, at clupi@foodmark.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


GREEN T. GROUP: "Jones" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid OT Wages
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Alsis Jones v. Pramote Changsila, Green T. Group II, Inc. t/a Sala
Thai Restaurant and Ja-Roen-D Inc., t/a Sala Thai Restaurant and
Hans M. Ravesteijn, Case No. 1:15-cv-01240 (D.D.C., July 31,
2015), seeks to recover unpaid wages, liquidated damages,
reasonable attorney's fees and costs pursuant to the Fair Labor
Standard Act.

The Defendants own and operate a Thai restaurant with a principal
place of business located at 4828 Cordell Avenue, Bethesda, MD
20817.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Athan Theodore Tsimpedes, Esq.
      TSIMPEDES LAW FIRM
      1920 N Street, NW, Suite 300
      Washington, DC 20036
      Telephone: (202) 464-9910
      Facsimile: (202) 727-2947
      E-mail: athan@tsimpedeslaw.com


GREENLAND TRADING: Recalls Imported Squabs
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Greenland Trading Corp., a Paterson, N.J., establishment, is
recalling approximately 12,672 pounds of squab (domesticated
pigeon) produced in France that were not presented at the U.S.
point of entry for inspection, the U.S. Department of
Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced.
Without the benefit of full inspection, a possibility of adverse
health consequences exists.

The squabs were imported from a French establishment not eligible
to export meat or poultry product to the United States on June 21,
2014; August 16, 2014; and February 16, 2015. The following
products are subject to recall:

  --- 8.8 lb. cardboard boxes containing 12 individually plastic
      wrapped squab weighing less than one pound, labeled "AL
      MARAAI SQUAB HALAL."

The products subject to recall bear the establishment number
"79.213.004 CE" on the box containing the individual packages.
They were processed by Earl Piegonneaux Fermier Du Poitou of
Sauvian France. These products were shipped to port #4601, Port
Newark, New York, N.Y.

The problem was discovered by FSIS investigators conducting
product surveillance at Virgin World Foods, DBA/Banou
International Food, in Hopyard, Calif. 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 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.

Consumers and media with questions about the recall can contact
Mohamed Mebaraz, Vice President of Greenland Trading Corp., at
(973) 225-0322.

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.


GRIFFIN'S LANDSCAPING: "Ortega" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid OT
---------------------------------------------------------------
Claudio Ortega, on behalf of himself and others similarly situated
v. Griffin's Landscaping Corp. and Glenn Griffin, Case No. 1:15-
cv-06064 (S.D.N.Y., August 3, 2015), seeks to recover unpaid
overtime compensation, liquidated damages and attorneys' fees and
costs pursuant to the Fair Labor Standard Act.

The Defendants operate a landscaping business located at 1234
Lincoln Terrace, Peekskill, New York 10566.

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


HEALTHPORT INC: Removed "Gwozdz" Suit to Maryland District Court
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The class action lawsuit captioned Lawrence Gwozdz, individually
and on behalf of Donna Gwozdz and all others similarly situated v.
Healthport, Inc., Healthport Technologies, LLC, and Abry Partners,
LLC, Case No. 406004V, was removed from the Circuit Court of
Montgomery County, Maryland to the U.S. District Court
District of Maryland (Greenbelt). The District Court Clerk
assigned Case No. 8:15-cv-02251-RWT to the proceeding.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Barry J. Nace, Esq.
      Jonathan Barry Nace, Esq.
      PAULSON AND NACE, PLLC
      1615 New Hampshire Ave NW
      Washington, DC 20009
      Telephone: (202) 463-1999
      Facsimile: (202) 223-6824
      E-mail: bjn@paulsonandnace.com
              jnace@paulsonandnace.com

The Defendant is represented by:

      Alec W. Farr, Esq.
      BRYAN CAVE LLP
      1155 F St NW Ste 700
      Washington, DC 20004
      Telephone: (202) 508-6053
      Facsimile: (202) 508-6200
      E-mail: awfarr@bryancave.com


HELIX ENERGY: Faces "Izadjoo" Suit Misleading Financial Reports
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Parviz Izadjoo, individually and on behalf of all others similarly
situated v. Owen Kratz and Helix Energy Solutions Group, Inc.,
Case No. 4:15-cv-02213 (S.D. Tex., July 31, 2015), alleges that
the Defendants made false and misleading statements, as well as
failed to disclose material adverse facts about the Company's
business, operations, and prospects.

Helix Energy Solutions Group, Inc. is an international offshore
energy services company that provides specialty services to the
offshore energy industry, with a focus on well intervention and
robotics operations.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Thomas E. Bilek, Esq.
      THE BILEK LAW FIRM, L.L.P.
      700 Louisiana, Suite 3950
      Houston, TX 77002
      Telephone: (713) 227-7720
      E-mail: tbilek@bileklaw.com

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      Nicholas I. Porritt, Esq.
      Julia J. Sun, Esq.
      Adam M. Apton, Esq.
      LEVI & KORSINSKY, LLP
      30 Broad Street, 24th Floor
      New York, NY 10004
      Telephone: (212) 363-7500
      Facsimile: (212) 363-7171


INDIANA: Ex-BM Official's Move to Express MVA Sparks Controversy
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According to The Journal Gazette, Indiana has seen plenty of
examples of the revolving-door effect, wherein public-sector
officials move to private-sector jobs in fields related to their
bureaucratic post.  The state has tried to discourage it with
conflict-of-interest regulations.

Shawn Walters' move from state government to Express MVA, however,
puts a new spin on the revolving door by helping to create the
door.

According to an Indianapolis Star investigation, the former
Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles official helped set up a deal for
Express MVA to contract out state services -- with added fees that
sometimes doubled the cost of BMV services -- before eventually
taking a job as the company's chief operating officer.

Mr. Walters was chief of staff for the BMV from 2005 to 2013,
leaving the agency just after two class-action lawsuits were
filed.  They alleged the agency routinely overcharged Indiana
motorists for various licenses.  In depositions, several BMV
officials testified Walters was warned about the overcharges two
years earlier.  The said he not only ignored their calls for an
audit but chewed out a subordinate who went over his head to warn
then-BMV Commissioner Scott Waddell.

The Star noted that Walters was never reprimanded or disciplined
for his role in the BMV overcharges, which to date have resulted
in $60 million in refunds, with another $40 million at stake in a
pending lawsuit.  From BMV, Walters moved to the Family and Social
Services Administration and a higher, $125,000 a year salary.

After just a year he left FSSA to join Express MVA in a position
apparently created for him by "the company whose expansion he
enabled while at the BMV," according to the Star.


INDIANA: Sex Offenders File Class Action Over RFRA Law
------------------------------------------------------
Rebecca S. Green, writing for The Journal Gazette, reports that as
soon as the new law took effect, John Doe 1 and John Doe 2 took
aim at Indiana's prohibition on "serious" sex offenders entering
any school property.

Identified only as John Does, the two sued the Allen County and
Elkhart County prosecutors in Elkhart Superior Court in early
July, asking for class-action status for the plaintiffs, as well
as the defendants, asking all Indiana prosecutors be included,
according to court documents.

The new law, passed in April and signed by Gov. Mike Pence in May,
prohibits all those who are identified as "serious sex offenders"
from entering school property. Doing so results in a Level 6
felony.

The law defines "serious sex offenders" as those convicted of
child molesting, possession of child pornography, child seduction
and sexual misconduct with a minor, among other charges.

In many instances, that effectively prohibits registered sex
offenders from attending church, since many churches meet the
state's definition of school.

It is the church angle specifically attacked by the plaintiffs,
using the state's newly enacted and controversial Religious
Freedom Restoration Act.

In their lawsuit, the plaintiffs argue that the law creates a
burden on their exercise of religion in that by keeping them from
schools, it is keeping them from their faith.

Change in law

For years, Indiana's sex offender registry law prohibited
convicted sex offenders from living within so many feet of where
children congregate, such as parks or schools.

But this year, the law was changed to further limit where sex
offenders can go. It now prohibits them from entering any school
property, which is defined as not just public school buildings,
but private schools and any federal, state, local or nonprofit
program that benefits children older than 3.

"School property" includes Head Start programs, special education
preschool programs or developmental child care programs, according
to state law.  It also includes ground adjacent to the schools
that is owned or rented in common with the building.

The law does not limit these restrictions just to times when
schools are in session or children are present.

Because many polling places are in schools or churches with
schools in or near them, the changes to the law also provide that
sex offenders be given absentee ballots to allow them to vote,
according to state documents.

The man identified for purposes of the lawsuit as John Doe 1 was
convicted of a low-level felony offense against a child, sentenced
to time in county jail and is no longer on probation.

He and his wife chose to attend an unidentified Fort Wayne church,
and they attend services and events on days other than Sunday on
occasion, according to court documents.

"It is a comfortable and comforting place for himself and his
family, and provides a unique sense of fulfillment and meaning
that could not be easily replaced," wrote Kenneth J. Falk with the
Indiana ACLU, who is representing both plaintiffs.

But attached to the church is a preschool and a religious school
for children from late elementary through the eighth grade,
according to court documents.

"Mr. Doe 1 believes that being able to attend regular Sunday
worship and the evening activities at the church are essential to
his exercise of religion," Mr. Falk wrote in the complaint.  "He
desires to have the community experience that only group worship
can bring."

In a telephone interview, Mr. Falk said he anticipates there will
be further challenges to the new law.

"The irony, of course, is that many of these people are
desperately trying to do the right thing and find a tremendous
amount of solace in worship," Mr. Falk said.  "It punishes a
problem that doesn't exist."

Mr. Falk blames the changes on a legislative need to do something
new with the registry, not born out of any real need and probably
not with any thought to what it means for offenders' desires to
worship.

"I doubt anyone thought about the churches," he said, adding that
religion has a tradition of being accepting the sinner, and
helping those who have offended reach and work to something else.

"This does not allow that," Mr. Falk said.

Indiana's RFRA law specifies that a person's religious practices
not be infringed upon, Mr. Falk said.

Churches' options

The changes to the law might be causing some confusion for
churches, which may find members of their congregation now
necessarily absent.

Liberty University law professor Basyle 'Boz' Tchividjian
specifically helps churches address the issue of sex offenses
through an organization he founded to combat sexual abuse in
religious settings -- Godly Response to Abuse in a Christian
Environment, or G.R.A.C.E.

The former prosecutor tells all churches they must know the law
and follow it.

Laws such as Indiana's provide instant clarity in dealing with
registered sex offenders, Mr. Tchividjian said.

"The law doesn't prevent him from being a part of our community,
but the law does prevent him from coming to church," he said.

Churches then have one of two options. They can either tell the
offender to leave the community, or they can reach out to the
offender apart from the physical church structure, he said. "We
will bring church to you," Mr. Tchividjian said.  "(It's) probably
a little more work and will look a little bit different."

Any church that seeks to work with sex offenders must understand
that the first step for the offender is full acknowledgment of the
offense.

Not all offenders are coming into churches looking for new
victims, he said. Many, though, are already in the pews, on no
registries, and using the teachings of the churches to help keep
their victims quiet.

"That's almost more dangerous than an offender who comes from the
outside," Mr. Tchividjian said.

While it is important to pay attention to those who have been
identified as sex offenders, churches must pay attention to those
already within their community.

"So many times, we are very shortsighted and we have our blinders
on, focus so much on those individuals and miss the others in our
communities who have offended far more victims but have never been
caught," he said.


JOHN WM. MACY: Sued Over Cheese Stick Product "All Natural" Claims
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Christina Carrega-Woodby, writing for New York Daily News, reports
that a group of New Yorkers joined together to crumble a snack
company's claim of "all natural" ingredients.

Maureen Jones and other consumers say they were fooled into
purchasing John WM. Macy Cheese Sticks with the guarantee that
they "do not contain artificial or synthetic ingredients" when
they in fact do, according to a lawsuit filed in Brooklyn Supreme
Court.

In 2012, the Food and Drug Administration "declared" it is
"difficult" to call food natural when it was probably processed
and "no longer the product of the earth," the suit said.

Macy founded the Elmwood Park, New Jersey business in 1985 and was
introduced specifically for New York's Grand Hyatt Hotel as "an
upscale bar snack," according to an interview with
usbusinessexecutive.com.

"All flavors and sizes of defendant's Cheese Crisps, Cheese Sticks
and Sweet Sticks contain the synthetic ingredients thiamine
mononitrate, niacin, reduced iron, riboflavin, and folic acid,"
the suit alleges.

The class action lawsuit accused the Cheese Stick maker of taking
advantage of consumers since they can't test the products
themselves to "verify the truthfulness of food" labeled "all
natural."

Ms. Jones and thousands of other "deceived" customers would not
have purchased the sticks if they knew the truth, the suit says.

The group wants Macy and his company to give them a refund,
correct the packaging and pay their legal fees.


JPMORGAN CHASE: Montgomery Employees Sue Over General Motors Loan
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The Employees' Retirement System of The City of Montgomery, on
behalf of itself and all others similarly situated v. JPMorgan
Chase Bank, N.A. and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, Case No.
1:15-cv-06002-GHW (S.D.N.Y., July 30, 2015), arises from the
Defendants' alleged breach of contract and gross negligence which
resulted in the loss of the security interest on the collateral
that General Motors had provided for a term loan.

JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. is a national banking association that
is a principal bank subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP is a limited liability partnership
and law firm with its principal place of business at 425 Lexington
Avenue, New York, NY 10017.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Thomas V. Urmy, Esq.
      Edward F. Harber, Esq.
      Michelle H. Blauner, Esq.
      SHAPIRO, HABER & URMY, L.L.P.
      2 East, 2 Seaport Lane
      Boston, MA 02210
      Telephone: (617) 439-3939
      Facsimile: (617) 439-0134
      E-mail: turmy@shulaw.com
              ehaber@shulaw.com
              mblauner@shulaw.com

         - and -

      Bobby Segall, Esq.
      COPELAND FRANCO PA
      Montgomery, AL 36101
      Telephone: (334) 834-11-
      E-mail: segall@copelandfranco.com

         - and -

      Roy Katriel, Esq.
      THE KATRIEL LAW FIRM PC
      4224 Executive Square, Suite 600
      La Jolla, CA 92037
      Telephone: (858) 242-5642
      E-mail: rak@katriellaw.com


JPMORGAN CHASE: Oakland Police Sues Over General Motors Loan
------------------------------------------------------------
Oakland Police and Fire Retirement System, individually and on
behalf of all others similarly situated v. JPMorgan Chase Bank,
N.A. and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, Case No. 1:15-cv-06007-UA
(S.D.N.Y., July 30, 2015), arises from the Defendants' alleged
breach of contract and gross negligence which resulted in the loss
of the security interest on the collateral that General Motors had
provided for a term loan.

JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. is a national banking association that
is a principal bank subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP is a limited liability partnership
and law firm with a principal place of business at 425 Lexington
Avenue, New York, NY 10017.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Robert C. Schubert, Esq.
      Willem F. Jonckheer, Esq.
      Noah M. Schubert, Esq.
      Kathryn Y. Schubert, Esq.
      SCHUBERT JONCKHEER & KOLBE LLP
      Three Embarcadero Ctr Ste 1650
      San Francisco, CA 94111
      Telephone: (415) 788-4220
      Facsimile: (415) 788-0161
      E-mail: rschubert@schubertlawfirm.com
              wjonckheer@schubertlawfirm.com
              nschubert@schubertlawfirm.com
              kschubert@schubertlawfirm.com

         - and -

      Andy Katz, Esq.
      LAW OFFICES OF ANDY KATZ
      2150 Allston Way Suite 400
      Berkeley, CA 94704
      Telephone: (510) 985-9050
      Facsimile: (510) 900-6070
      E-mail: andykatzlaw@gmail.com


KILWIN'S QUALITY: Recalls Sugar Free Milk Choc. Caramel Products
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Kilwin's Quality Confections, Inc., of Petoskey, Michigan, is
voluntarily recalling 5 ounce containers of SUGAR FREE Milk
Chocolate Caramels because they were incorrectly labeled and may
contain undeclared cashew. People who have an allergy or severe
sensitivity to cashew run the risk of serious or life-threatening
allergic reaction if they consume these incorrectly labeled
products.

The mislabeled 5 ounce containers of SUGAR FREE Milk Chocolate
Caramels were distributed by Kilwin's Quality Confections, Inc.,
to some Kilwins retail stores located in the following states:
Michigan, North Carolina, Florida, South Carolina, Pennsylvania,
Wisconsin, Tennessee, Georgia, New Hampshire, New York, Missouri,
and Maryland.

The affected product is sold in some Kilwins stores and typically
found in the sugar free section. It is packaged in a black and
white box with a small window and a yellow sticker across the top
corner that states "SUGAR FREE". The recalled product is labeled
as "SUGAR FREE Milk Chocolate Caramels" on the package but may
contain "SUGAR FREE Milk Chocolate Cashew Tuttles".

The recalled product has a batch code of "82461" located on the
back side of the package above the bar code and were sold at some
Kilwins retail locations between 3/19/2015 and 7/29/2015. Only one
product size and lot are affected by this recall.

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

The recall was initiated after the incorrect packaging was
discovered during routine product review.

Consumers who have purchased this product within the affected
batch code are urged to return the product to the place of
purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact
Nicholas Lippard at Kilwin's Quality Confections, Inc. at 231-758-
3905 Monday through Friday from 9am EST through 4:30pm EST.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm456875.htm


KRAFT HEINZ: Recalls Kraft Singles Due to Choking Hazard
--------------------------------------------------------
The Kraft Heinz Company is voluntarily recalling select code dates
and manufacturing codes of Kraft Singles individually-wrapped
slices due to the possibility that a thin strip of the individual
packaging film may remain adhered to the slice after the wrapper
has been removed. If the film sticks to the slice and is not
removed, it could potentially cause a choking hazard.

The recall applies to 3-lb. and 4-lb. sizes of Kraft Singles
American and White American pasteurized prepared cheese product
with a Best When Used By Date of 29 DEC 15 through 04 JAN 16,
followed by the Manufacturing Code S54 or S55.

The S54 and S55 codes refer to the two production lines on which
the impacted product was made. The Best When Used By Date and
Manufacturing Code are stamped on both the larger 3-lb. and 4-lb.
boxes and the enclosed individual 1-lb. packages.

The following is being recalled:
  Product   3 or 4 lb Box    1 lb Package    3 or 4 lb   1 lb
  -------   Best When Used   Best When       Box UPC     Package
            By Code Date     Used By Code    ---------   UPC
            --------------   Date                       -------
                             -------------














4 LB Kraft  29 DEC 15 S54    29 DEC 15 S 54  0 21000-   No UPC -
Singles     30 DEC 15 S54    29 DEC 15 S 55  63360 9    Clear
American    31 DEC 15 S54    30 DEC 15 S 54             outer
            01 JAN 16 S54    30 DEC 15 S 55             wrapper
                             31 DEC 15 S 54
                             31 DEC 15 S 55
                             01 JAN 16 S 54
                             01 JAN 16 S 55

3 LB Kraft  30 DEC 15 S54    30 DEC 15 S 54  0 21000-   0 21000-
Singles     31 DEC 15 S54    30 DEC 15 S 55  60491 3    61526 1
American    03 JAN 16 S54    31 DEC 15 S 54
            04 JAN 16 S54    31 DEC 15 S 55
                             03 JAN 16 S54
                             03 JAN 16 S55
                             04 JAN 16 S54
                             04 JAN 16 S55
3 LB Kraft  02 JAN 16 S 54   02 JAN 16 S 54  0 21000-   0 21000-
Singles     03 JAN 16 S 54   02 JAN 16 S 55  61582 7    61527 8
White                        03 JAN 16 S 54
American                     03 JAN 16 S 55
4 LB Kraft  02 JAN 16 S 54   02 JAN 16 S 54  0 21000-   No UPC -
Singles                      02 JAN 16 S 55  63448      4 Clear
White                                                   outer
American                                                wrapper

No other sizes, varieties or code dates are included in this
recall. And no products with manufacturing codes other than "S54"
and "S55" after the code date are included in this recall.

There have been 10 consumer complaints to date about the
packaging, including three reports of consumers choking.

Approximately 36,000 cases of the recalled product were shipped by
Kraft Heinz to retailers in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Grand
Cayman. Kraft Heinz did not ship this product to Canada or
anywhere other than the U.S., Puerto Rico and Grand Cayman.

We deeply regret this situation and apologize to any consumers we
have disappointed. Consumers who purchased this product should not
eat it. They should return it to the store where purchased for an
exchange or full refund. Consumers in the U.S. and Puerto Rico can
also contact Kraft Heinz Consumer Relations for a full refund, at
1-800-432-3101, Monday through Friday, 9am to 6pm Eastern.

                 About The Kraft Heinz Company

The Kraft Heinz Company (NASDAQ: KHC) is the third-largest food
and beverage company in North America and the fifth-largest food
and beverage company in the world, with eight $1 billion+ brands.
A globally trusted producer of delicious foods, The Kraft Heinz
Company provides high quality, great taste and nutrition for all
eating occasions whether at home, in restaurants or on the go. The
Company's iconic brands include Kraft, Heinz, ABC, Capri Sun,
Classico, Jell-O, Kool-Aid, Lunchables, Maxwell House, Ore-Ida,
Oscar Mayer, Philadelphia, Planters, Plasmon, Quero, Weight
Watchers Smart Ones and Velveeta. The Kraft Heinz Company is
dedicated to the sustainable health of our people, our planet and
our Company. For more information, visit
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Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm456884.htm


KSU INC: Faces "Grissman" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime Wages
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Casey Grissman, on behalf of herself and those similarly situated
v. KSU, Inc. and Michael Umbro, Case No. 3:15-cv-05934-FLW-DEA
(D.N.J., July 31, 2015), is brought against the Defendants for
failure to pay overtime wages in violation of the Fair Labor
Standard Act.

The Defendants operate a massage spa in New Jersey.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Manali Shah Arora, Esq.
      SWARTZ SWIDLER LLC
      1101 Kings Highway North, Suite 402
      Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
      Telephone: (856) 685-7420
      Facsimile: (856) 685-7417
      E-mail: marora@swartz-legal.com


KYTHERA BIOPHARMACEUTICALS: Sued Over Proposed Allergan Merger
--------------------------------------------------------------
Michael Roth, individually and on behalf of all others similarly
situated v. Kythera Biopharmaceuticals, Inc., et al., Case No.
11360-CB (Del. Ch., August 3, 2015), is brought on behalf of all
the public shareholders of Kythera Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. to
enjoin the proposed buyout and acquisition of Kythera by Allergan
plc, for an inadequate and unfair consideration.

Kythera Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. is a clinical-stage
biopharmaceutical company, focused on the discovery, development,
and commercialization of prescription products for the aesthetic
medicine market in the United States and Internationally.

Allergan plc develops, manufactures, and distributes generic,
branded, bio-similar, and over-the-counter (OTC) pharmaceutical
products.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Blake Bennett, Esq.
      Gregory F. Fischer
      COOCH & TAYLOR PA
      1000 W St 10th Floor
      Wilmington, DE 19899
      Telephone: (302) 984-3889
      Facsimile: (302) 984-3939
      E-mail: bbennett@coochtaylor.com
              gfischer@coochtaylor.com

         - and -

      Evan J. Smith, Esq.
      Marc L. Ackerman, Esq.
      BRODSKY & SMITH, LLC
      Two Bala Plaza, Suite 510
      Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
      Telephone: (610) 667-6200
      E-mail: esmith@brodsky-smith.com
              mackerman@brodsky-smith.com


L AND R AUTO: Faces "Gonzalez" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
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Jaime Gonzalez, on behalf of himself and all others similarly
situated v. L and R Auto Parks, Inc. d/b/a Joe's Auto Park and
Does 1-10 inclusive, Case No. BC589677 (Cal. Super. Ct., July 30,
2015), is brought against the Defendants for failure to pay
overtime wages for work in excess of 40 hours per week.

L and R Auto Parks, Inc. operates parking lots and provides
related parking services in California.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      R. Craig Clark, Esq.
      James M. Treglio, Esq.
      CLARK & TREGLIO
      205 West Date Street
      San Diego, CA 92101
      Telephone: (619) 239-1321
      Facsimile: (619) 273-4554
      E-mail: jim@clarktreglio.com
              craig@clarktreglio.com

         - and -

      Walter Haines, Esq.
      UNITED EMPLOYEES LAW GROUP
      550 Bolsa Avenue, Suite 201
      Huntington Beach, CA 92649
      Telephone: (562) 256-1047
      Facsimile: (562) 256-1006


LA QUINTA, CA: Resident Files Suit Over 2014 Flooding
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Sherry Barkas, writing for The Desert Sun, reports that a
La Quinta resident is suing the city in small claims court for
$8,000 in damage he said was caused to his home on Saguaro Road
during the Sept. 8 storm.

William Walker, who declined to be interviewed, filed his claim
July 27 in Riverside County Superior Court.  A court date has been
set for 8:00 a.m. Sept. 8 in Indio -- coincidentally the one-year
anniversary of the flood.

In the filing, Mr. Walker says that the city failed to properly
grade the street, causing the rain water to enter and damage his
home in the 78500 block of Saguaro Road.

City Attorney Bill Ihrke declined to comment, saying that he is
aware of the small claims suit, but "as a general principle, the
city does not comment on pending disputed claims or litigation."

The flooding was caused by a slow-moving thunderstorm that dumped
more than 6 inches of rain on the desert region, stranding
motorists, washing out roads and bringing water into homes,
businesses and schools.

La Quinta got the brunt -- at one point receiving 3 inches of rain
within an hour, leaving about $14 million in damages citywide.
Much of the damage was along Eisenhower Drive, from just west of
Washington Street to Avenue 50; the entire length of Calle
Tampico; Washington Street, south of Avenue 47; as well as Avenue
52, Avenue 58 and Highway 111.

The area hadn't seen a storm that heavy for at least 40 years,
City Manager Frank Spevacek has said.  Much of the flooding, he
said, was caused by the rain coming too fast and hard for the
storm drains to handle the flow.

In April, the City Council approved spending nearly $192,000 for a
drainage study for flood protection that the city hopes will
prevent a repeat of the damage sustained in September.  Results of
the study are due this September.

Improvements would likely cost more than $20 million, with much of
it being paid out of the city's general fund.

Following the flood, the city received about 40 claims from
residential and business property owners seeking reimbursement for
damage ranging from $5,000 to $50,000.  Each was rejected by the
City Council at the recommendation of its claims administrator.

Walker's is the first known claim against the city to be filed in
court.

In May, San Diego-based lawyer Larry Shea, who has been working
with some residents on a possible class action lawsuit against the
city, held a town hall meeting to let property owners know of
their legal options.

"We're not indicting the city for its drainage, generally,"
Mr. Shea said on July 31.  "We are focusing on really specific hot
spots where we see a significant breakdown that somebody needs to
explain."

If a lawsuit is filed, it would be as much -- if not more -- about
getting the problem fixed as it is about recouping homeowners'
costs for repairs, Shea said.

"There are significant changes happening as a result of global
warming and climate changes that are coming fast and entities need
to get out ahead of the problems," he said, adding that what has
occurred in the past should not be the gauge for what may be
coming.


LAND O'FROST: Recalls Sausage Products Due to Misbranding
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Land O'Frost, Inc., a Lansing, Ill., establishment, is recalling
approximately 17 pounds of summer sausage product due to
misbranding, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and
Inspection Service (FSIS) announced. The product contains pork
which is not declared on the product label.

The beef summer sausage items were produced on July 25, 2015. The
following product is subject to recall:

  --- 12 oz. packages of "Ambassador Beef Summer Sausage."

The product subject to recall bears the establishment number "EST.
500" which is printed with the lot code on the package. These
items were shipped to retail locations in Minnesota.

The problem was discovered by the establishment who notified FSIS.
Neither FSIS nor the company has received reports of adverse
reactions due to consumption of this product. Anyone concerned
about an illness should contact a healthcare provider.

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.

Consumers with questions about the recall can contact the Land
O'Frost Consumer Hotline at 1-800-762-9865. Media with questions
about the recall can contact Carl Abbott, Vice President of
Procurement, at (501) 268-2473.

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


LAW OFFICES OF ROSS: Sued Over Fair Debt Collection Act Violation
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Meyer Sperber, on behalf of himself and all other similarly
situated consumers v. Law Offices of Ross Gelfand, LLC, Case No.
1:15-cv-04512 (E.D.N.Y., August 3, 2015), is brought against the
Defendants for violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices
Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Meyer Sperber
      PRO SE


LEFRAK CITY: Orthodox Jewish Tenants File Discrimination Suit
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Carter Coudriet and John Marzulli, writing for New York Daily
News, report that Orthodox Jewish tenants at LeFrak City in Queens
claim they are being discriminated against because newly installed
lobby doors only open with an electronic key -- which they cannot
use on the Sabbath, a federal lawsuit alleges.

Sulaymon Ibragimov and Murod Takhalov are suing the LeFrak
Organization for alleged religious discrimination under the Fair
Housing Act.

"Halakha, the Jewish law, prohibits Jews from breaking or creating
an electric circuit on the Sabbath, and during certain days of
observance such as Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah, and Passover,"
according to the suit filed in Brooklyn Federal Court.

For a half century, tenants used metal keys to open the lobby
doors, but a massive renovation project begun in 2012 has created
new religious barriers for hundreds of Jewish families who reside
at the 20-building complex in Rego Park, the class-action suit
alleges.

The renovations included new lobby doors that open using an
electronic key fob, which is also used to activate lights in the
stairwell by using motion and sound detectors.

Mr. Ibragimov, 26, and Mr. Takhalov, 45, say they cannot use the
elevator on the Sabbath or holy days as well, and the automatic
lights also violate religious law for observant Jews.

"It's like praying for a miracle to stand outside waiting for
someone to come and open the door or someone to use the elevator,"
Mr. Ibragimov told the Daily News.  "I've also missed services at
my synagogue many, many times."

Jewish tenants are forced to stand outside the building in
inclement weather "and in the dark of night," the suit states.

The final straw occurred when a building manager told him to "Go
somewhere else if you don't like it," he said.

"There are rules in every faith and I want LeFrak management to
respect every religious belief," Mr. Ibragimov said.

Their lawyer, Daniel Markowitz, is demanding that the complex
install a single door in every building with a regular key lock,
and a so-called "Shabbos" or Sabbath elevator, which is programmed
to stop on every floor without the rider having to press any
buttons on the holy days.  That would relieve tenants from having
to scale the stairs in the 16-story buildings.

"It's not that hard to have a chip installed for a Shabbos
elevator, and to give the tenants a key and leave the lights on
for 24 hours like they've done in the past," Markowitz said.

LeFrak City actually has a Jewish center on its campus, but
Ibragimov attends a synagogue several blocks away.

A spokeswoman for the LeFrak Organization said in a statement that
the key fob system was installed in compliance with federal
Department of Housing and Community Renewal rules and regulations.


MAJOR LEAGUE: Faces Class Action Over Lack of Protective Screens
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Chicago Tribune's Paul Sullivan and Rhiannon Walker report that a
class-action lawsuit was filed recently by an A's fan in the
Northern District of California seeking to extend the protective
screens all around baseball.

Recent injuries caused by flying bats and balls leaves Major
League Baseball with a complex issue that could alter the ballpark
experience dramatically.

Should there be minimum requirements on how much safety netting is
used at major-league ballparks, or should fans sitting in those
seats take the same risks millions of others have dealt with for
more than a century?

There's no consensus on the issue, though the MLB Players
Association has tried to require more netting behind the plate in
previous labor talks and may do so again when the collective-
bargaining agreement comes up in 2016.

The White Sox and Cubs declined to discuss the issue of additional
netting when contacted by the Tribune. Cubs spokesman Julian Green
said the team does not "make statements related to pending
lawsuits," adding they take safety "seriously" and "make fans
aware of the need to be alert and watch out for fly balls through
in-ballpark announcements and signage throughout the ballpark."

Sox spokesman Scott Reifert also said they would not comment on
the issue because of the lawsuit but pointed to the announcements
and warnings to fans, adding "also we would note that the majority
of our fans request to not sit behind the netting/screen."

Commissioner Rob Manfred said at the All-Star Game that it's a
team issue, not a league issue.

"Obviously we had a very serious injury," he said. "It concerns
us. But making a major change in the game in a reactive mode, I
believe, is a mistake. The clubs remain free to do what they want
to do in their own ballparks."

The fans' argument against added netting is simple. They're paying
good money to sit as close to the field as possible and want an
unimpeded view of the action.  Modern "retro" ballparks allow fans
closer to the action than their peers from the 1960s and '70s,
which puts more fans in harm's way.

Most players understand this, but many would rather be more
cautious because they're the ones causing the balls and bats to
fly.

"I don't know what the (players') consensus is, but my personal
opinion is we should have more protection because there are older
fans and younger fans and for that matter normal-aged fans who
can't really react to a ball being hit 100 mph into the stands,"
Villanueva said.

"First and foremost, we want to protect our fans.  Without them,
we don't have a game. We don't want to have people who won't come
to the games because they don't feel safe."

The union discussed the issue at separate meetings in Boston with
White Sox and Red Sox players.

"Obviously that's not in our control entirely," White Sox player
rep Tyler Flowers said.  "We can give our input and our thoughts,
but I assume ultimately it's in MLB's hands if we approve it. I
wouldn't see any reason why we wouldn't approve it.

"It's something you're always aware of, whether you're in the
dugout or on the field during a game, when you see something like
that, especially with as many kids who come to games.  You don't
want to see anything happen. When you do it's very surprising, and
you often wonder why we haven't done anything to help prevent some
unnecessary things like that."

MLB is paying attention to the issue, but there has been no
movement to require teams to add netting.  Mr. Villanueva said he
hopes MLB makes the right move.  He said he wouldn't let his
children sit in an area where foul balls fly, though he
understands fans paying top dollar for seats closer to the field
don't want to have their sightlines reduced.

"Fans are split because some people don't want to have the
obstacle in front of them," he said.  "I used to think that way.
But I've seen it happen a couple of times.  If it happens to you,
then you probably would change your mind.

"That's why it's kind of a gray area.  You want the fans to be
happy, but at the same time you would rather they be safe.
Hopefully they do find a way to keep that fan interaction but also
keep it safe."


MANHATTAN GROUP: Recalls Activity Toys Due to Choking Hazard
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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with
Manhattan Group LLC, of Minneapolis, Minn., announced a voluntary
recall of about 2,700 My Snuggly Ellie Activity Toys in the U.S.
(in addition, 100 were sold in Canada). Consumers should stop
using this product unless otherwise instructed.  It is illegal to
resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.

The wooden ring can break into small pieces, posing a choking
hazard to young children.

This recall involves the My Snuggly Ellie Activity Toy. The toy is
a plush brown elephant with white crinkle ears. There is a green
hanging loop on top of its head allowing it to be a stroller or
crib attachment. On the stomach there is a mini mirror while a
teether and wooden ring hang below its body. The item number is
212520 and can be found on the small white tag sewn into the
bottom of the toy.

Manhattan Group has received one report of the wooden ring
breaking. No injuries have been reported.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://is.gd/C5kULg

The recalled products were manufactured in China and sold at
Specialty toy and baby stores nationwide and online at
www.manhattantoy.com from February 2014 through May 2015 for about
$10.

Consumers should immediately take the toy away from young children
and return the toy to where it was purchased for a full refund.


MCGEE'S BAR: "Hernandez" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Wages
-----------------------------------------------------------
Moises Hernandez, on behalf of himself and others similarly
situated v. McGee's Bar & Grill, Inc., Peter Fitzpatrick, Matthew
Connell and Patrick Reilly, Case No. 1:15-cv-06067 (S.D.N.Y.,
August 3, 2015), seeks to recover unpaid minimum wage, unpaid
overtime compensation, unpaid wages due to time shaving,
liquidated damages and attorneys' fees and costs pursuant to the
Fair Labor Standard Act.

The Defendants own and operate a restaurant located at 240 West
55th Street, New York, New York 10019.

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


MICROSOFT CORP: Can Appeal Xbox Class Certification Ruling
----------------------------------------------------------
Rich Samp, writing for Forbes, reports that Rule 23(f) of the
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure gives appeals courts unfettered
discretion in deciding whether to permit an interlocutory appeal
from a class certification decision. Most circuits have exercised
that discretion sparingly.  But a U.S. Court of Appeals for the
Ninth Circuit decision issued recently affirmed that circuit's
unique rule: plaintiffs (but not defendants) are entitled to take
an immediate appeal from an adverse class certification ruling,
even when an appeals court panel has previously denied
discretionary appeal under Rule 23(f).  All plaintiffs need do is
stipulate to dismissal of the complaint with prejudice, and then
seek review of the order denying certification in connection with
an appeal from the final judgment of dismissal.  Never mind that a
plaintiff who stipulates to dismissal of his lawsuit might
reasonably be deemed to have abandoned his claims.

The Ninth Circuit's decision in Baker v. Microsoft Corp. directly
conflicts with decisions from the Third and Tenth Circuits, which
makes it a likely candidate for review by the Supreme Court in its
October 2015 term.  Interestingly, the decision also conflicts
with a previous Ninth Circuit decision, yet the initial Ninth
Circuit panel decision in Baker (issued in March) failed to
acknowledge the conflict or even discuss the defendant's claim
that prior Ninth Circuit case law precluded an appeal.  Only after
Washington Legal Foundation filed a brief urging the appeals court
to grant rehearing en banc and criticizing the court for failing
to explain its departure from precedent did the panel issue a
revised opinion acknowledging the potential conflict and dropping
a footnote explaining why it was standing by its initial decision.
The Ninth Circuit's disregard for its own case law further calls
into question whether that circuit is getting too large to operate
efficiently.

Baker is a tort suit alleging a design defect in Microsoft's Xbox
360 video game console.  The claimed defect allegedly causes some
discs inserted in the console to be scratched and thereby rendered
unusable.  The district court's decision to deny class
certification was unsurprising, given that a different judge
within the same federal district had previously denied
certification in a separate lawsuit asserting the same claim and
involving the same plaintiffs' lawyers.  Following denial of class
certification in the second case, the plaintiffs petitioned the
Ninth Circuit under Rule 23(f) for discretionary interlocutory
appeal from the denial of certification.  When the Ninth Circuit
denied discretionary appeal, the plaintiffs stipulated to
dismissal of their claims and appealed the dismissal.

The Baker plaintiffs were hardly the first litigants to attempt
this stunt.  Indeed, Rule 23(f) was adopted in 1998 after both
defendants and plaintiffs tried repeatedly -- virtually always
without success -- to seek immediate appeals from class
certification decisions.  One such effort involved the plaintiffs
in a previous Ninth Circuit case, Huey v. Teledyne, Inc., who
attempted a maneuver quite similar to the tactic tried by the
Baker plaintiffs.  Following denial of their class certification
motion, the Huey plaintiffs declined to proceed with their
individual claims and then sought to appeal from the district
court's order of dismissal for want of prosecution.  The Ninth
Circuit would have none of it; its Huey decision held that when a
plaintiff procures dismissal of his own case following an order
denying class certification, an appeal from dismissal does not
bring with it the right to appeal the denial of certification.
Other circuit courts were persuaded by Huey.  Both the Third and
Tenth Circuits explicitly relied on Huey in concluding that a
plaintiff may not force appellate review of a denial of class
certification by procuring dismissal of his own complaint.  It
makes no difference to those courts whether the plaintiff refuses
to proceed (and thereby procures dismissal based on failure to
prosecute) or simply stipulates to dismissal with prejudice.

The Ninth Circuit apparently was less enamored of its own
decision.  It held in a 2014 decision, Berger v. Home Depot USA,
Inc., that a plaintiff may appeal a denial of class certification
immediately following a stipulated dismissal with prejudice.
Although Berger also failed to discuss the Ninth Circuit's prior
Huey decision, that failure was somewhat understandable given the
parties' failure to cite Huey in their briefs.

But the appeals court could not claim that excuse in Baker:
Microsoft repeatedly cited Huey in arguing that the Ninth Circuit
lacked appellate jurisdiction.  Nonetheless, without ever
mentioning Huey in its opinion, the Baker panel relied on Berger
to conclude that the Baker plaintiffs had an absolute right to
appeal the denial of class certification following a stipulated
dismissal with prejudice. Indeed, the panel ultimately concluded
that the district court erred in striking the plaintiffs' class
allegations.

Only after Microsoft and WLF urged the Court to grant rehearing
did the panel deign to discuss Huey at all.  It denied rehearing
but added a footnote to its initial opinion in which it sought to
distinguish Huey by noting that the Baker plaintiffs voluntarily
dismissed their complaint with prejudice while the Huey plaintiffs
had procured dismissal by refusing to proceed with their case. The
panel's revised opinion still did not explain why the manner in
which a plaintiff procures dismissal of his case should make a
difference in whether the class certification denial still
presents a live controversy following a plaintiff's voluntary
abandonment of his claims.

Moreover, by granting plaintiffs a vehicle by which they can be
assured the automatic right to immediate appellate review of
orders denying class certification, the Ninth Circuit undermines
the Supreme Court's firm policy against piecemeal appeals. As the
Court held in Coopers & Lybrand v. Livesay -- which rejected the
"death knell" doctrine under which some courts had permitted
interlocutory review of denials of certification whenever denial
made it economically infeasible for the plaintiff to continue with
his case -- permitting such appeals marked a sharp departure from
the well-considered "policy of postponing appellate review until
after entry of final judgment" and unfairly favored plaintiffs
over defendants.  Given the current split among the circuit courts
regarding whether it similarly undermines that policy to permit
plaintiffs to dismiss their complaints and then seek appellate
review of certification denials, there is good reason to believe
the Supreme Court would grant review in Baker in order to resolve
the conflict.

Quite apart from the underlying legal issue, the Ninth Circuit's
handling of this issue raises troubling questions regarding its
ability to function cohesively.  By far the largest federal
appeals court, the Ninth Circuit handles so many cases that its
judges evidently have great difficulty keeping up with all of its
decisions.  The judges hearing Berger v. Home Depot in 2014
apparently were unaware of the Huey precedent and issued a
decision that conflicted with (and failed to discuss) Huey because
the parties did not call it to their attention.  Perhaps
embarrassed by the prior panel's oversight, the Baker panel
initially sought to sweep the clear conflict under the rug.  Then
it sought to distinguish Huey on insubstantial grounds.  A more
conscientious approach would have acknowledged the conflict
forthrightly and called on the en banc court to resolve it.  The
logistical difficulty, recognized by every federal appeals court,
of convening too many en banc proceedings cuts against that
solution.  But the number of intra-circuit conflicts rises as the
size of an appeals court increases.  If, as this case suggests,
the Ninth Circuit has reached the point where its judges are
unwilling to convene en banc to resolve obvious conflicts of the
sort at issue here, perhaps it is time for Congress to renew its
consideration of proposals to split the court in two.


MOSES LAKE: Updates Human and Veterinary Sterile Drugs Recall
-------------------------------------------------------------
This is an update by Moses Lake Professional Pharmacy of Moses
Lake, Washington of a prior press release issued July 24, 2015,
relating to the recall of certain unexpired sterile compounded
drugs. The purpose of this updated press release is to include a
corrected and complete listing of affected drugs. Patients and
physicians should disregard the press release issued on July 24,
2015.

Moses Lake Professional Pharmacy is voluntarily recalling human
and veterinary sterile compounded drugs which are unexpired to the
consumer level due to lack of sterility assurance.

The company has not received any reports of product contamination
or adverse events to date, and is issuing this voluntary recall
out of an abundance of caution following a recent inspection which
identified an issue with sterility assurance. If there is
contamination in products intended to be sterile, patients are at
risk of serious infections which may be life threatening.

The recalled products were made from 7/21/2014 through 7/21/2015,
and dispensed to patients or distributed to physicians for further
administering to patients in the states of Arizona, Idaho,
Florida, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. All recalled products have
a label that includes the pharmacy name and the name of the
compounded drug product.

The recall does not pertain to any non-sterile compounded
medications prepared by the pharmacy or to products compounded
after July 21, 2015.

All unexpired lots of the following sterile compounded products
are subject to the recall:

  --- ALPROSTADIL 40 MCG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- ALPROSTADIL/PROCAINE 20 MCG/0.1%/ML INJECTABLE
  --- ALPROSTADIL/PROCAINE 40 MCG/0.1%/ML INJECTABLE
  --- B1/B2/B3/B5/B12/LIDOCAINE/ISOLEUCINE/METHIONINE/CHOLINE/
      INOSITOL 50/5/50/5/1/10/25/8/17/17MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- B1/B2/B5/B12/LIDOCAINE/ISOLEUCINE/METHIONINE/CHOLINE/
      INOSITOL 50/5/5/1/10/25/8/17/17MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- BUPRENORPHINE MULTIDOSE VIAL 0.3MG/ML INJ SOLN CALM ME
      VITAMIN COCKTAIL, MAGNESIUM, COMPOUNDED B COMPLEX
      INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN INJECTION 4000 UNITS/ML INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN 1000 UNITS/0.1ML INJECTION 10,000
      UNITS/ML INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN 175 UNITS/SYRINGE W METHYLCOBALAMIN
      175 UNITS/1.5MG INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN 200 UNITS/0.1ML INJECTION 2000
      UNITS/ML INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN 500 UNITS/0.1ML INJECTION 5000
      UNITS/ML INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN COMPOUNDED 150 UNITS/SYRINGE 150
      UNITS/0.150ML INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN COMPOUNDED 175 UNITS/SYRINGE 175
      UNITS/0.175ML INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN COMPOUNDED 200 UNITS/SYRINGE 200
      UNITS/0.2ML INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN COMPOUNDED 250 UNITS/SYRINGE 250
      UNITS/0.25ML INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN COMPOUNDED 500 UNITS/SYRINGE 500
      UNITS/0.5ML INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN/CYANOCOBALAMIN VIAL 1000
      UNITS/1MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN/CYANOCOBALAMIN VIAL 2000
      UNITS/1MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- CYANOCOBALAMIN MDV (COMPOUNDED) 1MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- CYCLOSPORIN DROPS 1% OPHTHAMLIC DEXPANTHENOL 250MG/ML
      INJECTABLE
  --- DIHYDROERGOTAMINE MESYLATE 1MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- DMPS (DIMERCAPTO-PROPANESULFONIC NA (SINGLE USE ONLY)
      50MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- EDETATE CALCIUM DISODIUM (SINGLE USE ONLY) 300MG/ML
      INJECTABLE
  --- ESTRADIOL 12.5MG PELLET
  --- ESTRADIOL 12MG PELLET
  --- ESTRADIOL 18MG PELLET
  --- ESTRADIOL 20MG PELLET
  --- ESTRADIOL 20MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- ESTRADIOL 25MG PELLET
  --- ESTRADIOL 30MG PELLET
  --- ESTRADIOL 3MG PELLET
  --- ESTRADIOL 6MG PELLET
  --- ESTRADIOL 75MG PELLET
  --- ESTRADIOL 9MG PELLET
  --- ETHYL ALCOHOL 200 PROOF (STERILE FOR INJECTION) 100%
      INJECTABLE
  --- FOLIC ACID (COMPOUNDED) 5MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- FOLIC ACID 10MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- GLUTATHIONE MDV 200MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- GLUTATHIONE (L) 75/ML INJECTABLE
  --- GLYCOPYRROLATE 0.2 MG/ML INJ SOLN
  --- HYDROXOCOBALAMIN (PRESERVATIVE FREE) UNIT DOSE SYRINGES
      1.5MG/0.25ML INJECTABLE
  --- HYDROXOCOBALAMIN (PRESERVATIVE FREE) UNIT DOSE SYRINGES
      3MG/0.25ML INJECTABLE
  --- HYDROXOCOBALAMIN (COMPOUNDED) 1MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- HYDROXOCOBALAMIN MULTIDOSE VIAL 5MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- HYDROXYCOBALAMINE/METHYLCOBALAMINE PF UNIT DOSE
      1.5/1.5MG/.25ML INJECTABLE
  --- HYDROXYPROGESTERONE CAPROATE OIL 250MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- MEDROXYPROGESTERONE ACETATE 150MG/ML 150MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- METHIONINE/CHOLINE/INOSITOL 25/50/50MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- METHYLCOBALAMIN 10MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- METHYLCOBALAMIN 15MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- METHYLCOBALAMIN MDV 1MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- METHYLCOBALAMIN MDV 2MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- METHYLCOBALAMIN MDV 5MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- METHYLCOBALAMIN PRESERVATIVE FREE PREFILLED 15MG/ML
      INJECTABLE
  --- METHYLCOBALAMIN PRESERVATIVE FREE PREFILLED 1MG/ML
      INJECTABLE
  --- METHYLCOBALAMIN/HYDROXOCOBALAMIN PRESERVATIVE FREE UNIT
      DOSE SYRINGES 2.5/0.5MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- PAPAVERINE/PHENTOLAMINE 30MG/1MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- PAPAVERINE/PHENTOLAMINE/ATROPINE/PROSTAGLADIN
      9MG/1MG/0.1MG/10MCG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- PAPAVERINE/PHENTOLAMINE/ATROPINE/PROSTAGLADIN PER ML
      30MG/2MG/0.1MG/20MCG INJECTABLE
  --- PAPAVERINE/PHENTOLAMINE/PROSTAGLADIN 9MG/1MG/10MCG/ML
      INJECTABLE
  --- PROCAINE MDV 1% INJECTABLE
  --- PROGESTERONE 100MG PELLET
  --- PROGESTERONE 200MG PELLET
  --- PROGESTERONE 50MG PELLET
  --- PYRIDOXINE HCL 100MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- SERMORELIN/GHRP-6/GHRP-2 4.5/5.4/5.4MG/9ML INJECTABLE
  --- SERMORELIN/GHRP-6/GHRP-2 9/5.4/5.4MG/9ML INJECTABLE
  --- SERMORELIN/GHRP-6/GHRP-2 9/9/9MG/9ML INJECTABLE
  --- SODIUM TETRADECYL SULFATE 3% INJECTABLE
  --- TESTOSTERONE 100MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 106MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 110MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 112MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 115MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 116MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 120MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 125MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 130MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 200MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 25MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 50MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 60MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 70MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 76MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 80MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE 90MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE (COMPOUNDED) 200MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE FOR SUBQ INJECTION 100MG/ML
      INJECTABLE
  --- TESTOSTERONE CYPIONATE FOR SUBQ INJECTION 200MG/ML
      INJECTABLE
  --- TESTOSTERONE PROPRIONATE 100MG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- TESTOSTERONE/ANASTROZOLE 120/8MG PELLET
  --- TESTOSTERONE/ANASTROZOLE 200/13MG PELLET
  --- TRIMIX 15MG/.5MG/5MCG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- TRIMIX 20MG/1MG/20MCG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- TRIMIX 30MG/1MG/10MCG INJECTABLE
  --- TRIMIX 30MG/1MG/20MCG INJECTABLE
  --- TRIMIX 30MG/2MG/20MCG INJECTABLE
  --- TRIMIX 40MG/2MG/40MCG/ML INJECTABLE
  --- VITAMIN B-COMPLEX B1/B3/B2/B5/B6/B12 100/100/2/2/2/3MG/ML
      INJECTABLE
  --- VITAMIN D3 OIL 50,000 UNITS/ML INJECTABLE
  --- VITAMIN D3 OIL 400,000 UNITS/ML INJECTABLE

The pharmacy has begun notifying its patients by telephone, fax,
electronic mail and/or regular mail of this recall. Users or
recipients of these products should immediately discontinue use
and return the recalled unexpired products.

To return product or request assistance related to this recall,
users should call 509-764-2314, Monday through Friday, from 8:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1 to 5:30 p.m. PDT.

Consumers should contact their physician or health care provider
if they have experienced any problems that may be related to
taking these drug products.

Adverse reactions experienced with the use of human drugs may be
reported to the FDA's MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting program
either online, by regular mail or by fax.

Complete and submit a report Online at
www.fda.gov/medwatch/report.htm
Regular Mail or Fax: Download form at
www.fda.gov/MedWatch/getforms.htm or call 1-800-332-1088 to
request a reporting form, then complete and mail to address on the
pre-addressed form, or submit by fax to 1-800-FDA-0178.
Adverse events involving animals can be reported to the FDA on
Form FDA 1932a. FORM FDA 1932a can be found at:
http://www.fda.gov/downloads/AboutFDA/ReportsManualsForms/Forms/An
imalDrugForms/ucm048817.pdf
It is preaddressed and pre-postage paid, and can be filled and
submitted via US Mail.
Call the Center for Veterinary Medicine: 1-888-FDA-VETS. Leave
your name, address, phone number, and the brand name of the drug
involved. Ask to have a Form FDA 1932a sent to you.
"We are fully cooperating with the FDA and we regret any impact
this voluntary recall may have on our patients, and patient safety
is our highest priority," said Shawn Needham, R.Ph., owner and
pharmacist.


MZB OF LONG ISLAND: Recalls Children's Watches
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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with
MZB, of Long Island City, N.Y., announced a voluntary recall of
about 1.9 million MZB Children's "Light Up" Watches (in addition,
58,000 were sold in Canada). Consumers should stop using this
product unless otherwise instructed.  It is illegal to resell or
attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.

The case-back of the watch can detach and expose the interior to
water, posing a risk of skin irritation, redness, rashes or
chemical burns.

This recall involves 303 styles of "Light Up" watches that are
identified by style number. A complete list of the serial numbers
is listed on the firm's website http://www.regcen.com.The watches
have a flexible plastic wristband sold in multiple colors
including pink, pink with white snowflakes, green, blue and navy
blue. "MZB" and the style number are printed on the case-back of
the watches.

The firm has received 11 reports of skin irritations or chemical
burns. Six of these consumers have required medical treatment.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://is.gd/BSndkf

The recalled products were manufactured in China and sold at
Kmart, Kohl's, Walmart and other retailers nationwide from October
2012 through June 2015 for between $5 and $20.

Consumers should immediately take the recalled watches away from
children and contact MZB for a refund.


NAT'L COLLEGIATE: Court Stays Ruling in O'Bannon Antitrust Case
---------------------------------------------------------------
Marcy Tracy and Ben Strauss, writing for The New York Times,
report that an appellate court granted a stay on July 31 of a
federal judge's ruling last year that N.C.A.A. rules preventing
athletes from making money from college sports broadcasts and
video games violated antitrust law.

The stay, in the so-called O'Bannon case, is at least a temporary
reprieve for the N.C.A.A. and its decades-old rules barring
payments to athletes.  Without it, the association would have
faced a new reality on August 1 in which colleges theoretically
could have offered recruits unregulated money, or the association
could have set a cap on such compensation.

There is no timetable for a ruling from the appellate court, a
three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the
Ninth Circuit, but the judges specifically noted that the stay was
not an indication of how they might ultimately decide the case.

The N.C.A.A.'s chief legal officer, Donald Remy, said in a
statement that the organization was "pleased" with the court's
decision and noted that the N.C.A.A. would not change any of its
bylaws to comply with last year's ruling.

Michael Hausfeld, a lawyer representing a class of current and
former basketball and football players against the N.C.A.A. and
its member institutions, had hoped for a different outcome, one
that would have allowed colleges to compensate players
immediately.

"I'm disappointed," he said.  "I would have liked to see a
decision.  Now we'll wait some more."

The sides argued the case in March in front of the Ninth Circuit,
with the N.C.A.A. contending that a ruling for the players would
professionalize its amateur athletes and hurt its business model.
The association requested the stay last month.

"It's hard to imagine a situation where they grant the stay and
then affirm the ruling," Mr. Hausfeld said in a recent interview,
although on July 31 he added, "A decision is still coming, and
this is not the end."

Indeed, the stay could mean the court is trying to reach consensus
or work through complicated issues.

"If anything, the stay is a recognition of the complexity of the
case and unscrambling the egg if the schools are allowed to offer
the money," said Gabe Feldman, the director of the sports law
program at the Tulane University Law School.

Had the court not acted at all, Judge Claudia Wilken's injunction
would have gone into effect on August 1, marking a new era for
college sports.  She found that the N.C.A.A. could no longer
restrict colleges from offering athletes compensation for the
commercial use of their names and likenesses.  Instead, she ruled
that universities could offer players trust funds to be tapped
after their playing careers and that the N.C.A.A. could cap those
payments at $5,000 per year.

With the injunction looming, college administrators were forced to
plan for the change. Jim Delany, the commissioner of the Big Ten,
said on July 31 at his conference's media days that the N.C.A.A.
board of governors and the Division I Council had been meeting all
week in anticipation of a ruling "to talk about the changes that
may be necessary."

If the court reverses last year's decision, it would halt a period
of great momentum toward more rights and financial recognition for
college athletes.  Those athletes ostensibly pursue sports as part
of their education and, some argue, ought to be compensated for
labors that can be highly lucrative for their colleges and
conferences.

"Whatever happens, happens," said Tommy Armstrong Jr., a junior
quarterback at the University of Nebraska.  "I'm not saying we
shouldn't get paid, I'm not saying we should, but at the end of
the day it's in the court's hands."

Last year, a National Labor Relations Board regional director
found that Northwestern football players were employees who could
unionize under federal labor law, a decision that has been
appealed to the full board.

The five most powerful conferences voted this year to allow
colleges to offer athletes the full cost of attendance, an amount
typically several thousand dollars more than previous scholarship
limits.

A setback in the O'Bannon case, named for Ed O'Bannon, the lead
plaintiff and a former U.C.L.A. basketball star, would most likely
also slow a separate proposed class action filed by the sports
lawyer Jeffrey Kessler.  Experts see the Kessler-led case as a far
bigger threat to the college sports status quo because it seeks to
establish a free market for top college athletes. A class
certification hearing is scheduled for October.

Both Mr. Hausfeld and the N.C.A.A.'s president, Mark Emmert, have
said they plan to appeal O'Bannon's case to the Supreme Court, if
necessary.  The July 31 stay did nothing to alter that trajectory,
said Matthew Mitten, director of the National Sports Law
Institute.

"It's such an important issue, I think it's eventually headed to
the Supreme Court," he said.


NATIONAL FOOTBALL: Sued Over Broadcast of Sunday Games
------------------------------------------------------
Rookies Sports Cafe, L.L.C., Maple Street Entertainment, L.L.C.
d/b/a Repp's Uptilly Tavern, and Martinis of New Orleans, Inc.
d/b/a Hurricanes Sports Bar v. National Football League, Inc., NFL
Enterprises, LLC, DirecTV Holdings, LLC, and DirecTV, LLC, Case
No. 2:15-cv-05813-SVW-MRW (C.D. Cal., July 31, 2015), seeks to
enjoin the ongoing unreasonable restraint of trade that Defendants
have implemented through DirecTV's exclusive arrangement to
broadcast all Sunday afternoon out-of-market games.

National Football League, Inc. an unincorporated association of 32
American professional football teams in the United States.

NFL Enterprises, LLC was organized to hold the broadcast rights of
the 32 NFL teams and license them to providers and other
broadcasters.

DirecTV Holdings, LLC is a Delaware Limited Liability Company and
has its principal place of business at 2230 East Imperial Highway,
El Segundo, California. DirecTV is a direct broadcast satellite
service provider and broadcaster.

DirecTV, LLC is a California Limited Liability Company that has
its principal place of business at 2230 East Imperial Highway, El
Segundo, California. DirecTV, LLC issues bills to its subscribers.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Ramzi Abadou, Esq.
      KAHN SWICK & FOTI, LLP
      912 Cole Street, # 251
      San Francisco, CA 94117
      Telephone: (504) 455-1400
      Facsimile: (504) 455-1498
      E-mail: ramzi.abadou@ksfcounsel.com

         - and -

      Melinda A. Nicholson, Esq.
      KAHN SWICK & FOTI, LLC
      206 Covington Street
      Madisonville, LA 70447
      Telephone: (504) 455-1400
      Facsimile: (504) 455-1498
      E-mail: melinda.nicholson@ksfcounsel.com


NATIONAL PATIENT: Faces "Sorrows" Suit in Over FDCPA Violation
--------------------------------------------------------------
Bradley Sorrows, on behalf of himself and all others similarly
situated v. National Patient Account Services, Inc., Case No.
1:15-cv-02733-MHC-JFK (N.D. Ga., August 2, 2015), is brought
against the Defendant for violation of the Fair Debt Collection
Practices Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      James Marvin Feagle, Esq.
      SKAAR AND FEAGLE, LLP
      Suite B, 2374 Main Street
      Tucker, GA 30084
      Telephone: (404) 373-1970
      Facsimile: (404) 601-1855
      E-mail: jfeagle@skaarandfeagle.com

         - and -

      Justin Tharpe Holcombe, Esq.
      SKAAR & FEAGLE, LLP
      133 Mirramont Lake Drive
      Woodstock, GA 30189
      Telephone: (770) 427-5600
      Facsimile: (404) 601-1855
      E-mail: jholcombe@skaarandfeagle.com


NEW YORK: Workers' Bias Suit v. Sanitation Dep't Not Sustainable
----------------------------------------------------------------
Daniel Wiessner, writing for Reuters, reports that statistics
indicating uneven promotions among races at the New York City
Department of Sanitation were not enough to sustain a class action
discrimination lawsuit, a U.S. appeals court ruled on July 31.

"For all that one can tell from the (suit), it is equally possible
that plaintiffs have not been promoted for valid, non-
discriminatory reasons," wrote District Judge Jed Rakoff of the
Southern District of New York, who sat by designation on the 2nd
U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.


NEW YORK: Agency Accused of Wrongful Conduct Over Taxi Medallions
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D&P Baidwan LLC, Jaspreet Singh, and Peg Taxi NYC LLC individually
and on behalf of all others similarly situated v. The City of New
York and The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission, Case No.
708107/2015 (N.Y. Sup Ct., July 31, 2015), alleges that the
Defendants intentionally overstated the value of taxi medallions
and hid the fact that the value of those medallions had already
begun to decline.

The City of New York is a municipal corporation duly incorporated
and existing pursuant to the laws of the State of New York.

The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission is an
administrative agency for the City of New York that responsible
for enforcing the statutes and regulations pertaining to the taxi
industry.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Gregory M. Nespole, Esq.
      Benjamin Y. Kaufman, Esq.
      Correy A. Kamin, Esq.
      WOLF HALDENSTEIN ADLER FREEMAN & HERZ LLP
      270 Madison Avenue, 10th Floor
      New York, NY 10016
      Telephone: (212) 545-4600
      Facsimile: (212) 545-4653
      E-mail: nespole@whafh.com
              kaufman@whafh.com
              kamin@whafh.com

         - and -

      Daniel L. Ackman, Esq.
      LAW OFFICE OF DANIEL L. ACKMAN
      222 Broadway, 19th Floor
      New York, NY 10038
      Telephone: (917) 282-8178
      E-mail: d.ackman@comcast.net


NORTHWEST FARM: Frozen Cat Food Products Due to Salmonella
----------------------------------------------------------
Northwest Farm Food Cooperative of Burlington, WA, is voluntarily
recalling frozen raw Cat Food with the code Jul12015B due to their
potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.

Salmonella can affect animals eating the products and there is
risk to humans from handling contaminated pet products.

Healthy people infected with Salmonella should monitor themselves
for some, or all, of the following symptoms: nausea, vomiting,
diarrhea or bloody diarrhea, abdominal cramping and fever. Rarely,
Salmonella can result in more serious ailments, including arterial
infections, endocarditis, arthritis, muscle pain, eye irritation,
and urinary tract symptoms. Consumers exhibiting these signs after
having contact with this product should contact their healthcare
providers.

Pets with Salmonella infections may be lethargic and have diarrhea
or bloody diarrhea, fever, and vomiting. Some pets will have only
decreased appetite, fever and abdominal pain. Infected, but
otherwise healthy pets can be carriers and infect other animals or
humans. If your pet has consumed the recalled product and has
these symptoms, please contact your veterinarian.

No pet or consumer illnesses from this product have been reported
to date. However, because of their commitment to safety and
quality, Northwest Farm Food Cooperative is conducting a voluntary
recall of this product.

The potentially affected lots of frozen raw Cat Food were sold
from our facility 1370 S. Anacortes Street Burlington, WA 98233.

The affected products are sold in 50 pound blocks and cases of six
10 pound chubs; packaged in a white plastic bag labeled Cat Food.
The products affected by this recall have the production code
Jul12015B and have no UPC code. The production code can be found
on the outside of the case (box).

The recall was the result of a sampling done by the Food and Drug
Administration which revealed that the finished product contained
the bacteria. The company has ceased the production and
distribution of the product as FDA and the company continues their
investigation as to what caused the problem.

This recall is being made with the knowledge of the U.S. Food and
Drug Administration

Consumers who have purchased the above lots of frozen raw Cat Food
are urged to stop feeding them and return product to place of
purchase for a full refund or dispose of them immediately. For
further information about the recall please call (360) 757-4225
Monday through Friday from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm PST.


NPAS SOLUTIONS: Faces "Wood" Suit in Fla. Over FDCPA Violation
--------------------------------------------------------------
James E. Wood, on behalf of himself and others similarly situated
v. NPAS Solutions, LLC, Case No. 8:15-cv-01768-SDM-EAJ (M.D. Fla.,
July 30, 2015), is brought against the Defendant for violation of
the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      James L. Davidson, Esq.
      GREENWALD DAVIDSON, PLLC
      Suite 500, 5550 Glades Rd
      Boca Raton, FL 33431
      Telephone: (561) 826-5477
      Facsimile: (561) 961-5684
      E-mail: jdavidson@gdrlawfirm.com

         - and -

      Jesse Johnson, Esq.
      ROBBINS GELLER RUDMAN & DOWD, LLP
      Suite 500, 120 E Palmetto Pk Rd
      Boca Raton, FL 33432
      Telephone: (561) 750-3000
      Facsimile: (561) 750-3364
      E-mail: jjohnson@gdrlawfirm.com


NUTRITION RESOURCE: Recalls Whey Products Due to Milk
-----------------------------------------------------
Nutrition Resource Services, Inc. of Bethlehem, PA is voluntarily
recalling products with whey concentrate, whey isolate, casein,
and colostrum, which contain milk, an undeclared allergen. We are
undertaking this recall as an extra precaution for those consumers
unaware of the presence of milk in products of this nature. This
is a labeling issue and not a concern regarding product quality.
The ingredient Milk was not specifically noted in the Ingredient
list. Individuals with severe allergies to milk run the risk of
serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume
products containing milk proteins, and those with lactose
intolerance (not to be confused with milk allergy) could
experience gastrointestinal difficulties.

The products recalled are all varieties of Just Be Natural (JBN)
Whey Superior, Whey Isolates, Earth Superior Whey, Confidence
Isolates, Recovery Fuel, Growtein; Casein, and Colostrum; and
Gifted Nutrition Colostrum, all manufactured with lot dates after
10162014 and prior to 07232015. The date will appear as the last
eight digits of the lot number, with the lot number and date
appearing at the bottom of each bottle in blue ink.

The products were distributed through the showroom located at the
corporate address in Bethlehem, PA, via the Internet, and select
retail locations located mainly in the Bethlehem, PA area.

The products are packaged in 1500 cc, 3000 cc, and 2 gallon bottle
sizes. Photographs are included.

No illnesses have been reported to date in conjunction with these
products. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration has been notified of
this voluntary recall.

Consumers who have purchased any of the products should return
them to NRS - Nutrition Resource Services, Inc. at 3864 Courtney
Street, Suite 140, Bethlehem, PA 18017 for a replacement or full
refund.

Consumers with any questions may contact 888-877-7232 between 8:00
AM and 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time Monday through Friday.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm456851.htm


NVIDIA CORP: Recalls Tablet Computers Due to Fire Hazard
--------------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with
NVIDIA Corp., of Santa Clara, Calif., announced a voluntary recall
of about 83,000 NVIDIA SHIELD tablet computers (in addition, 5,000
were sold in Canada). Consumers should stop using this product
unless otherwise instructed.  It is illegal to resell or attempt
to resell a recalled consumer product.

The lithium-ion battery in the tablets can overheat, posing a fire
hazard.

This recall involves NVIDIA SHIELD tablet computers with 8-inch
touch screens. Model numbers P1761, P1761W and P1761WX and serial
numbers 0410215901781 through 0425214604018 are included in this
recall. NVIDIA and the model and serial numbers are etched on the
left side edge of the tablets. The SHIELD logo is on the back of
the tablets.

NVIDIA has received four reports of batteries overheating due to
thermal runaway, including two reports of damage to flooring.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://is.gd/LjMbpd

The recalled products were manufactured in China and sold at
GameStop stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com, BestBuy.com,
GameStop.com, NewEgg.com, TigerDirect.com and other websites from
July 2014 through July 2015 for between $300 and $400.

Consumers should immediately stop using the tablets and contact
NVIDIA for instructions on receiving a free replacement tablet.


OZNEMOC INC: Doesn't Properly Pay Exotic Dancers, Action Claims
---------------------------------------------------------------
Jennifer Marino, on behalf of herself and all other similarly
situated v. Oznemoc, Inc. d/b/a Centerfolds, Case No. SUCV2015-
02326 (Mass. Super. Ct., July 31, 2015), arises from the
Defendant's practice of paying its exotic dancers less than the
full state minimum wages.

Oznemoc, Inc. owns and operates a strip club located at 12-18
LaGrange Street in Boston, Massachusetts.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Shannon Liss-Riordan, Esq.
      LICHTEN & LISS-RIORDAN, P.C.
      729 Boylston Street, Suite 2000
      Boston, MA 02116
      Telephone: (617)994-5800
      E-mail: sliss@llrlaw.com


PADCO ENERGY: Faces "Castro" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
--------------------------------------------------------------
Emmanuel Castro, Angel Ornelas, Israel Wainonta, Christopher
Olivares and Kyle McCausey, each individually and on behalf of
others similarly situated v. PADCO Energy Services, LLC, Case No.
5:15-cv-00632-FB (W.D. Tex., July 30, 2015), is brought against
the Defendant for failure to pay overtime compensation for the
hours in excess of 40 hours in a single week.

PADCO Energy Services, LLC is a Louisiana limited liability
company that provides products and services in the oil and gas
industry, throughout the United States.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Josh Sanford, Esq.
      SANFORD LAW FIRM PLLC
      One Financial Center
      650 S. Shackleford, Suite 411
      Little Rock, AR 72211
      Telephone: (501) 221-0088
      Facsimile: (888) 787-2040
      E-mail: josh@sanfordlawfirm.com


PENDL ELECTRIC: "Kitzelman" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Wages
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Robert A. Kitzelman v. Pendl Electric LLC and Michael D. Pendl,
Case No. 9:15-cv-81070-WPD (S.D. Fla., July 31, 2015), seeks to
recover unpaid back wages, an additional equal amount as
liquidated damages, and reasonable attorney's fees and costs, and
pursuant to the Fair Labor Standard Act.

Palm Beach County, Florida, Pendl Electric LLC manufactures
electric equipment and supplies.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Gary Allan Isaacs, Esq.
      GARY A ISAACS, P.A
      Suite 400, 712 U.S. Highway One
      North Palm Beach, FL 33408-7146
      Telephone: (561) 844-3600
      Facsimile: (561) 842-4104
      E-mail: gaisaacs@bellsouth.net


PHOENIX, AZ: Faces "Bond" Suit Over Failure to Pay Minimum Wages
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Nancy Bond v. City of Phoenix, Case No. 2:15-cv-01470-GMS (D.
Ariz., July 31, 2015), is brought against the Defendant for
failure to pay minimum wage and overtime compensation in violation
of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

The City of Phoenix is a municipal corporation located in Maricopa
County, Arizona.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Sean Christopher Davis, Esq.
      Trey A. R. Dayes III, Esq.
      PHILLIPS DAYES NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT LAW FIRM PC
      3101 N Central Ave., Ste. 1500
      Phoenix, AZ 85012
      Telephone: (800) 562-5297
      Facsimile: (602) 288-1664
      E-mail: SeanD@phillipsdayeslaw.com
              treyd@phillipsdayeslaw.com


PORSCHE CARS: Removed "Jones" Class Suit to C.D. California
-----------------------------------------------------------
The class action lawsuit entitled Roy Jones, Alyce Rubinfeld,
individually and on behalf of a class of similarly situated
individuals v. Porsche Cars North America, Inc., Case No.
BC586289, was removed from the Los Angeles County Superior Court
to the U.S. District Court for the Central District Of California
(Western Division - Los Angeles). The District Court Clerk
assigned Case No. 2:15-cv-05766 to the proceeding.

The Plaintiffs assert product liability claims.

The Plaintiff Roy Jones is represented by:

      Roy Jones
      PRO SE

The Plaintiff Alyce Rubinfeld is represented by:

      Alyce Rubinfeld
      PRO SE

The Defendant is represented by:

      Stephen T. Waimey, Esq.
      LEE HONG DEGERMAN KANG AND WAIMEY
      3501 Jamboree Road Suite 6000
      Newport Beach, CA 92660
      Telephone: (949) 250-9954
      Facsimile: (949) 250-9957
      E-mail: stephen.waimey@lhlaw.com


POTEMKIN RESTAURANT: Faces "Joseph" Suit Over FLSA Violation
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Max Joseph and other similarly situated individuals v. Potemkin
Restaurant, L.L.C. d/b/a Ikra Restaurant, et al., Case No. 1:15-
cv-22855-KMW (S.D. Fla., July 31, 2015), is brought against the
Defendants for violation of the Fair Labor Standard Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Anaeli Caridad Petisco, Esq.
      Anthony Maximillien Georges-Pierre, Esq.
      REMER & GEORGES-PIERRE, PLLC
      Court House Tower
      Suite 2200, 44 West Flagler Street
      Miami, FL 33130
      Telephone: (305) 416-5000
      Facsimile: (305) 416-5005
      E-mail: apetisco@rgpattorneys.com
              agp@rgpattorneys.com


REAL FOODS: Recalls Harvest Slaw and Broccoli Salad Kits
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Real Foods of Seattle, LLC of Kent, WA is recalling 29 cases of
Harvest Slaw Kit and 13 cases of Broccoli Salad Kit because it may
contain undeclared peanut ingredients. No other products are
impacted by this recall. This recall is being conducted in
coordination with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to peanuts run
the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they
consume these products.

The Harvest Slaw Kit and Broccoli Salad Kit subject to this recall
may potentially be packaged with sunflower seeds mixed with peanut
pieces. The peanuts are not declared in the ingredient statement.
The Harvest Slaw Kit has a net weight 5.75 lbs. and the Broccoli
salad kit has a net weight 11 lbs.

Products were only sold to consumers directly from deli counter
orders between August 5, 2015 and August 7, 2015. There are no
codes on these containers.

38 cases were shipped to deli departments in Haggen stores in the
following cities in Oregon and Washington.

OREGON: Ashland, Eugene, Lake Oswego, Keizer, Milwaukie, Oregon
City.

WASHINGTON: Aberdeen, Auburn, Bellingham, Bremerton, Burien,
Edmonds, Federal Way, Ferndale, Gig Harbor, Lake Forest Park,
Lakewood, Liberty Lake, Marysville, Milton, Mount Vernon, Oak
Harbor, Puyallup, Renton, Shoreline and Tacoma.

One (1) case of Broccoli Salad Kit was shipped to Plaza Market in
Camano Island, WA, two (2) cases of Broccoli Salad Kit were
shipped to County Market stores in Woodinville, WA, and Kingston,
WA and one (1) case of Harvest Slaw Kit was shipped to Archie's
IGA in Pullman, WA.

There have been no reported adverse reactions or illnesses
attributed to the recalled items to date. The firm initiated a
recall after being contacted by a customer.

Customers who have purchased this product and are sensitive to
peanut products or have peanut allergies are urged to discard the
affected product. This product may be returned to the store where
purchased for a full refund. Consumers may

Consumers may call Jami Brock at 206-432-3459 for any further
information Monday to Friday, between the hours of 8am-5pm (PST).


RETROFOAM OF CANADA: Court Approval Sought for $13MM Settlement
---------------------------------------------------------------
Terry Pender, writing for Waterloo Region Record, reports that
the last chapter in a class-action lawsuit by hundreds of people
who injected their homes with urea formaldehyde foam insulation
may be written in a Windsor courtroom later this month.

Lawyers from Sutts, Strosberg LLP, the Windsor law firm that
pursued the complex lawsuit for six-and-a-half years, was
scheduled to ask the Ontario Superior Court of Justice Aug. 12 to
approve a $13-million settlement of the lawsuit.

"You have to understand it is a proposal, and I want to be very
careful here, because it is the court that decides," said
Sharon Strosberg, a partner in Sutts, Strosberg LLP.

"We are bringing this to the court because we feel it is fair and
reasonable, and in the best interests of the class members,"
Ms. Strosberg said.

Each of the 771 property owners in the class-action lawsuit will
receive $9,764 to compensate them, in part, for any drop in
property values because they had RetroFoam insulation installed in
their homes.

A select group of the property owners, known as representative
plaintiffs, will receive another $4,000 each because they were
examined under oath twice and had their homes subjected to
invasive testing.

The settlement totals $13 million, but legal fees, taxes, out of
pocket disbursements and administrative costs will account for
almost $5.5 million of the settlement.

RetroFoam was injected into about 150 homes in Kitchener, Waterloo
and Cambridge and another 32 in Guelph and the surrounding areas.

Jerry Doyle, whose house on St. Andrew Street East in Fergus was
injected with RetroFoam, is one of the representative plaintiffs.
He wants the court to approve the settlement.

"I think our lawyers got us the best settlement we could have
hoped for," he said. "It was a huge, huge case."

Doyle and the other defendants installed the foam insulation to
make their homes more energy efficient.  The federal government
made grants available through its EcoEnergy Efficiency program to
have the insulation installed. Some agencies recommended
contractors who injected the expanding foam into the walls of
older homes.

Between June 2007 and January 2009, RetroFoam was used to insulate
771 homes through the EcoEnergy program.  But RetroFoam,
manufactured by Polymaster Inc. in Tennessee, is classified as
urea formaldehyde insulation.  Formaldehyde is a known carcinogen
and urea formaldehyde insulation was banned in Canada in 1980
under the Hazardous Products Act, and later, under the Canadian
Consumer Product Safety Act.

For reasons that have never been fully explained, federal
bureaucrats allowed RetroFoam to be used for at least six months
after questions were first raised about whether it contained urea
formaldehyde, according to a detailed affidavit sworn by Alex
Constantin.

Mr. Constantin is a lawyer at Sutts, Strosberg who worked on the
RetroFoam lawsuit for years.  The affidavit is a summary of all
the key evidence and steps in the complex case.  It was filed with
the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in support of the proposed
settlement.

RetroFoam was injected into Doyle's home in September 2008.  It
remains inside the walls of his old house.  He has no plans to
remove it.

Workers mixed the ingredients for the foam outside his house,
drilled holes and injected it into the empty spaces behind the
double-brick walls.  On the street in a parked car was an Insp.
with the Township of Centre Wellington building department.  By
the time the Insp. had his paper work ready for a stop-work order,
the RetroFoam was in place.

That building Insp. was ahead of Health Canada in acting on his
concerns about RetroFoam.  The Insp. thought something wasn't
right.  A few months later he was proved correct.

Five months after the RetroFoam was sprayed into Mr. Doyle's
house, on Feb. 3, 2009, Health Canada issued a news release
stating that RetroFoam contains urea formaldehyde, a substance
banned in Canada.

Six days after that, on Feb. 6, 2009, the class-action lawsuit was
launched.  It named numerous defendants, including RetroFoam of
Canada Inc., RetroFoam of Eastern Ontario Ltd., RetroFoam Holdings
Inc., Northern RetroFoam, RetroFoam of Southern Ontario Inc.,
RetroFoam Windsor Inc., the Attorney General of Canada, Polymaster
Inc., Enerliv Inc. and Paul Weigel.

Mr. Weigel owned RetroFoam of Canada and Enerliv, and controlled
RetroFoam Holdings.  Retrofoam Canada, based in Breslau, owned the
rights to distribute RetroFoam in Canada; Enerliv installed the
insulation in homes in southern Ontario.  All three companies
declared bankruptcy in July 2009, five months after the class
action lawsuit was started.

Ms. Strosberg and her team of lawyers studied 25,000 pages of
documents.  They pursued legal action against the bankrupt
companies through the insurance policies carried by them.

Those policies contain clauses that may make it difficult to win
more money in a trial, Ms. Strosberg said.

"We are trying to get the class members money from everybody now,
on a compromise, in order to give them finality," she said.
"Because there is absolutely no guarantee going forward if there
is insurance."

All of the parties to the lawsuit attended mediation in June and
agreed to the proposed settlement.  A trial had been scheduled to
start in October.

"Given all of the risks, given everything we know, we thought this
(settlement) was fair and reasonable," Ms. Strosberg said.

"I have been involved in this lawsuit since the first day the
first clients came into our office," she said.  "I can tell you it
has been a very long road."

Ryan Good of New Dundee is among the 771 members of the class-
action lawsuit, but he's not entirely happy with the proposed
settlement.

"We had three quotes to have it removed and they ranged from
$65,000 to $90,000 to take it out," he said.

He believes he and his family are permanently stuck with the foam.

"When we get the settlement money, I don't know, maybe we'll take
the family on a nice holiday," he said.  "It's not worth removing
it. I don't think my property value has decreased enough to make
it worthwhile."

Mr. Good is still fuming over the role of federal bureaucrats in
the RetroFoam story.  To qualify for grants under the EcoEnergy
program, homeowners had to do an energy audit.  When that happened
at Good's house, the auditor handed him a pamphlet from Enerliv
and recommend the foam insulation.

"He basically sold this crap to me," Mr. Good said.  "I thought I
was doing a good thing, increasing the energy efficiency of my
home."

If the settlement is approved Aug. 12, members of the class-action
lawsuit will be contacted by Sutts, Ms. Strosberg with information
on how to submit a claim for compensation.


RGS FINANCIAL: Faces "Wegh" Suit in N.Y. Over FDCPA Violation
-------------------------------------------------------------
Abraham Wegh, on behalf of himself and all other similarly
situated consumers v. RGS Financial, Inc., Case No. 1:15-cv-04477
(E.D.N.Y., July 31, 2015), is brought against the Defendant for
violation 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


ROCCO FIORE: "Maldonado" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid OT Wages
--------------------------------------------------------------
Roberto Maldonado, Louis Antonio Espinoza-Garcia, and Maria De
Lourdes Espinoza-Garcia, a/k/a Lourdes Garcia, a/k/a lourdes
Corona, on behalf of themselves and all other similarly situated
v. Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc., Case No. 1:15-cv-06674 (N.D. Ill.,
July 30, 2015), seeks to recover unpaid overtime wages and damages
pursuant to the Fair Labor Standard Act.

Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc. provides landscaping, maintenance, and
snowplowing services.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      John William Billhorn, Esq.
      BILLHORN LAW FIRM
      53 West Jackson Blvd., Suite 840
      Chicago, IL 60604
      Telephone: (312) 853-1450
      E-mail: jbillhorn@billhornlaw.com


ROCK & RIVER: Faces "Torres" Suit Over Failure to Pay Overtime
--------------------------------------------------------------
Daniel Valderrabano Torres, on behalf of himself and all others
similarly situated v. Rock & River Food Inc. d/b/a Marumi Sushi,
and Teruhiko Iwasaki, Case No. 1:15-cv-22882-RNS (S.D. Fla.,
August 3, 2015), is brought against the Defendants for failure to
pay overtime wages for work performed in excess of 40 hours
weekly.

The Defendants own and operate Marumi Sushi restaurant in Dade
County, Florida.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Jamie H. Zidell, Esq.
      J.H. ZIDELL, P.A.
      300 71st Street, Suite 605
      Miami Beach, FL 33141
      Telephone: (305) 865-6766
      Facsimile: 865-7167
      E-mail: ZABOGADO@AOL.COM


SANDRIDGE ENERGY: Faces "Gernandt" Suit Over Plan Mismanagement
---------------------------------------------------------------
Barton Gernandt Jr., individually and on behalf of all others
similarly situated v. Sandridge Energy, Inc., et al., Case No.
5:15-cv-00834-D (W.D. Okla., July 30, 2015), is brought against
the Defendants for failure to prudently and loyally manage the
Plan's investment in Company securities, specifically by
continuing to offer SandRidge Stock as a Plan investment option
when it was imprudent to do so, failing to provide complete and
accurate information to the Plan Participants regarding the
Company's financial condition and the prudence of investing in
SandRidge Stock and maintaining the Plan's pre-existing
significant investment in SandRidge Stock when Company Stock was
no longer a prudent investment for the Plan.

Headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Sandridge Energy, Inc.
explores for, develops, and produces oil and natural gas.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Jason E. Roselius, Esq.
      Tanner W. Hicks, OBA No. 31585
      MATTINGLY & ROSELIUS, PLLC
      13182 N. MacArthur Boulevard
      Oklahoma City, OK 73142
      Telephone: (405) 603-2222
      Facsimile: (405) 603-2250
      E-mail: tanner@mroklaw.com
              jason@mroklaw.com

         - and -

      Edward W. Ciolko, Esq.
      Donna Siegel Moffa, Esq.
      Mark K. Gyandoh, Esq.
      Julie Siebert-Johnson, Esq.
      KESSLER TOPAZ MELTZER & CHECK LLP
      280 King Of Prussia Road
      Radnor, PA 19087
      Telephone: (610) 667-7706
      Facsimile: (610) 667-7056
      E-mail: eciolko@ktmc.com
              dmoffa@ktmc.com
              mgyandoh@ktmc.com
              jsjohnson@ktmc.com


SANMAR CORP: Recalls Infant Garments Due to Choking Hazard
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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with
SanMar Corp., of Issaquah, Wash., announced a voluntary recall of
about 479,000 Precious Cargo infant one-piece garments. Consumers
should stop using this product unless otherwise instructed.  It is
illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer
product.

The snaps on the one-piece garments can detach, posing a choking
hazard to young children.

This recall involves Precious Cargo(R) infant one-piece garments
with a three snap bottom closure. The garments are 100 percent
cotton and were sold in sizes 6M, 12M and 18M in the following
solid colors: athletic heather, aquatic blue, candy pink, clover
green, jet black, lime, navy, purple, red, royal, sangria, white
and yellow. "Precious Cargo" and an elephant are printed on a blue
tag sewn into the neck area.  Style number CAR40 is printed on a
white label sewn into the left inside seam. The one-pieces were
sold as promotional products with a corporate or community
organization logo on the front.

No consumer incidents have been reported.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://is.gd/tERHCo

The recalled products were manufactured in Vietnam and sold at
Promotional product distributors, screen printers, embroiderers
and gift shops from July 2014 through July 2015 for about $4.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled garments and
contact Precious Cargo to return them for a full refund.


SILVER DOLLAR: Faces "Murray" Suit in Ark. Over FLSA Violation
--------------------------------------------------------------
Mariah Murray, Amber Evans, each individually and on behalf of all
other similarly situated v. Silver Dollar Cabaret, Inc., et al,
Case No. 5:15-cv-05177 (W.D. Ark., July 30, 2015), is brought
against the Defendants for violation of the Fair Labor Standard
Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Josh Sanford, Esq.
      SANFORD LAW FIRM PLLC
      One Financial Center
      650 South Shackleford, Suite 411
      Little Rock, AR 72211
      Telephone: (501) 221-0088
      Facsimile: (888) 787-2040
      E-mail: josh@sanfordlawfirm.com

         - and -

      Stephen Rauls, Esq.
      SANFORD LAW FIRM PLLC
      1800 S. Fillmore St.
      Little Rock, AR 72204
      Telephone: (501) 993-7857
      E-mail: steve@sanfordlawfirm.com


SIMPSON THACHER: Sued Over GM Loan Security Interest Termination
----------------------------------------------------------------
Joe Patrice, writing for Above The Law, reports that Simpson
Thacher found itself on the wrong side of a litigation when it was
named in a pair of putative class action suits.  The twin filings,
brought on behalf of more than 400 lenders, claim that Simpson
Thacher and J.P. Morgan negligently authorized the termination of
the security interest in a $1.5 billion bankruptcy loan to General
Motors LLC.

These suits come after the Second Circuit earlier held that filing
of the termination statement ended the term loan security
interest.  Which was news to the term loan lenders, as none of
them agreed to the release of the term loan security interest.
Since the Second Circuit told them to pound sand, they've decided
to go after the lawyers who put them in this bind.

As Law360 reports:

"J.P. Morgan served as the administrative agent on the 2006 loan
to GM and had an obligation to the syndicate of lenders to
maintain and monitor the loan collateral. But in 2008, the bank
and its counsel, Simpson Thacher, overlooked erroneous Mayer Brown
LLP documents and filed an incorrect termination statement
releasing the loan's security interest, according to the suits."

The suits claim malpractice and professional negligence and
negligent misrepresentation against Simpson Thacher.


SOUTH FLORIDA MOTEL: Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Overtime Wages
----------------------------------------------------------------
Erika Balleza, Irene Carrillo, Norma Vicencio, and Gabriela
Resendiz, and other similarly-situated individuals v. South
Florida Motel Corporation, d/b/a Fairway Inn, and Navnit Patel,
and Dharmista Patel, Case No. 1:15-cv-22885-JAL (S.D. Fla., August
3, 2015), seeks to recover unpaid overtime wages and damages
pursuant to the Fair Labor Standard Act.

South Florida Motel Corporation is a Florida business that
provides hotel and hospitality services at the facility located at
100 U.S. Hwy One, Florida City, FL 33034.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Zandro E. Palma, Esq.
      ZANDRO E. PALMA, P.A.
      3100 South Dixie Highway, Suite 202
      Miami, FL 33133
      Telephone: (305) 446-1500
      Facsimile: (305) 446-1502
      E-mail: zep@thepalmalawgroup.com


SOUTHERN LANDWORX: Faces "Tercero" Suit Over Failure to Pay OT
--------------------------------------------------------------
Edgar Leonel Tercero, on behalf of himself and all others
similarly situated v. Southern Landworx, Inc., and Frank J.
Gonzalez, Case No. 1:15-cv-22883-UU (S.D. Fla., August 3, 2015),
is brought against the Defendants for failure to pay overtime
wages for work performed in excess of 40 hours weekly.

The Defendants own and operate a residential and commercial
landscape installation and maintenance company that regularly
transacts business within Dade County, Florida.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Jamie H. Zidell, Esq.
      J.H. ZIDELL, P.A.
      300 71st Street, Suite 605
      Miami Beach, FL 33141
      Telephone: (305) 865-6766
      Facsimile: 865-7167
      E-mail: ZABOGADO@AOL.COM


SQUARE MEDICAL: Sued Over Failure to Properly Pay Employees
-----------------------------------------------------------
Katherine Akagi and Nicole Kasimatis, on behalf of themselves and
all others similarly situated v. Square Medical Group, LLC, a/k/a
Square Psychiatry, LLC, Natalie Gershman, and Jeffrey Gershman,
Case No. MICV2015-05205 (Mass. Super. Ct., July 30, 2015), is
brought against the Defendants for failure to pay all proper wages
in violation of the Massachusetts Wages Act.

The Defendants are engaged in the business of providing substance
abuse and general counseling services.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Anne Glennon, Esq.
      LAW OFFICE OF ANNE GLENNON
      P.O. Box 2004
      Manomet, MA 02345
      Telephone: (617)285-3670
      E-mail: AnneGlennon.Esq@gmail.com


STATE FARM: Removed "Papurello" Class Suit to W.D. Pennsylvania
---------------------------------------------------------------
The class action lawsuit entitled Vincent Papurello and Linda
Papurello, individually and on behalf of all others similarly
situated v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Company, Case No. G.D.
115-11232, was removed from the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny
County to the U.S. District Court Western District of Pennsylvania
(Pittsburgh). The District Court Clerk assigned
Case No. 2:15-cv-01005-JFC to the proceeding.

The Plaintiffs assert causes of action under the Fair Labor
Standard Act.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Daniel P. McDyer, Esq.
      ANSTANDIG, MCDYER & YURCON, P.C.
      707 Grant Street, 1300 Gulf Tower
      Pittsburgh, PA 15219
      Telephone: (412) 765-3700
      E-mail: danmcdyer@ambylaw.com

The Defendant is represented by:

      Robert E. Dapper Jr., Esq.
      DAPPER, BALDASARE, BENSON, BEHLING & KANE
      444 Liberty Avenue
      Four Gateway Center, 10th Floor
      Pittsburgh, PA 15222
      Telephone: (412) 456-5555
      E-mail: rdapper@d3bk.com


STRIC-LAN COMPANIES: "Schempp" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid OT
--------------------------------------------------------------
Benjamin Schempp and Brandon Papillon, individually, and on behalf
of all others similarly situated v. Stric-Lan Companies, LLC, Case
No. 2:15-cv-00991-MRH (W.D. Pa., July 30, 2015), seeks to recover
the unpaid overtime wages and damages pursuant to the Fair Labor
Standard Act.

Stric-Lan Companies, LLC is a national company offering a wide
ride range of completions, production, and pipeline services to
the oil and gas industry.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Joshua P. Geist, Esq.
      GOODRICH & GEIST, P.C.
      3634 California Ave
      Pittsburgh, PA 15212
      Telephone: (412) 766-1455
      Facsimile: (412) 766-0300
      E-mail: josh@goodrichandgeist.com


TAURUS: 966,000 Pistols Recalled Over Fatal Misfires
----------------------------------------------------
KOB4 reports that Tauraus model pistols have been recalled.

This recall involves nine different models of Taurus pistols six
of them Milleniums.

If you have one, you can file a claim to get it fixed or get a
refund starting in October.

Judy Price, a gun owner, said she knows all about them - how to
handle them safely and she even speaks to people taking concealed
carry classes.

Ms. Price says no amount of gun knowledge could have saved her
from what happened in 2009.

Her concealed carry holster fell to the floor as she was
undressing, then her Taurus pistol went off with a bullet going
through her groin, through her stomach, and into her liver.

"I laid down on the floor, I looked up into his eyes and I said,
'Paul, I'm going to die tonight.  But I love you,'" Ms. Price
said.

Incredibly she didn't die that night, although for about nine days
it was touch and go, she said.

Ms. Price lived to start her crusade against the gun that shot
her, and she filed a lawsuit against Taurus and settled in 2011.
Since this incident all she and her attorney could do was watch as
more and more people got injured, she said.

Todd Wheeles, an Alabama Attorney, says he knows of at least 8
people injured by their Taurus guns, one of them was fatal.
"There's more that I found out about every day," Mr. Wheeles said.

Mr. Wheeles and another Alabama attorney have been working for
years to get a class action lawsuit against Taurus over nine
different models of its guns.

It happened, 966,000 guns all across the country have been
recalled.

"It is a vindication for us that we were right, that these guns
were defective," Mr. Wheeles said.

It's a vindication for Ms. Price, she said, because even after she
got her settlement she continued her fight to prevent anyone else
from going through what she went through.

"Finally the day has arrived for me that I can tell people number
one all these 9 guns are going to be recalled because they've been
hurting people for the last 5 years," Ms. Price said.

Taurus pistols subject to the defects include the PT-111
Millennium; PT-132 Millennium; PT-138 Millennium; PT-140
Millennium; PT-145 Millennium; PT-745 Millennium; PT-609; PT-640;
and PT-24/7.


TEXAS LAW: Judge Certifies Class Action Over Handgun Licenses
-------------------------------------------------------------
Brenda Sapino Jeffreys, writing for Texas Lawyer, reports that a
Houston judge has certified a class action in a lawsuit that
alleges Texas Law Shield, which provides legal services to holders
of concealed handgun licenses, engages in barratry.

On July 27, 11th District Judge Mike Miller granted a motion for
class certification filed by plaintiffs Brad and Terrilyn Crowley
in Crowley v. Texas Law Shield.

Judge Miller found that class certification is appropriate for the
plaintiffs' claims that are based upon violations of Texas
Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct 7.03(b) and 7.03(d) (to
the extent implicated by a 7.03(b) violation.)

Judge Miller wrote that it would be "wasteful" for the judicial
system to replicate lawsuits making the same claims individually.

"The nature, complexity and cost of these barratry claims make it
desirable to concentrate the case in this forum, as opposed to
class members' filing individual cases.  It would be inefficient,
costly and a waste of judicial resources, as well as an invitation
for conflicting results, to require each class member to litigate
the common issues presented in this cause in multiple individual
cases," Judge Miller wrote in the order.

The defendants are Texas Law Shield; Walker & Rice of Houston,
formerly known as Walker, Rice & Wisdom; Walker & Byington of
Houston; and Houston lawyers T. Edwin Walker and Darren Rice.
Walker is a founding partner in Texas Law Shield, Walker & Rice
and Walker & Byington.  Mr. Rice is a founding partner in Texas
Law Shield and Walker & Rice.

Defense attorney Kevin Leyendecker -- kleyendecker@azalaw.com --
of counsel with Ahmad, Zavitsanos, Anaipakos, Alavi & Mensing of
Houston, said his clients will file an interlocutory appeal of the
class certification order.  He said class certification is not
appropriate because of individualized issues, such as whether
plaintiffs signed up for Texas Law Shield after hearing an in-
person presentation about it at a firearms training session.
"The judge is simply wrong for a variety of reasons, and we are
going to appeal it," Mr. Leyendecker said.

Plaintiffs attorney David E. Wynne -- dwynne@wynne-law.com -- a
partner in Wynne & Wynne in Houston, said he is pleased with Judge
Miller's ruling.  Mr. Wynne said he is confident there are at
least 100,000 class members.
"The next step, if they don't appeal, is to notify the class
members of the certification," Mr. Wynne said.

The lawsuit was originally filed in October 2013.  In a third
amended petition filed on Dec. 5, 2014, the plaintiffs allege that
most concealed handgun license classes in Texas include a "pitch"
by a salesperson for Texas Law Shield, who encourages students to
sign on to Texas Law Shield at a cost of about $130 a year.

"In return, so the sales pitch goes, clients will receive a pre-
existing attorney-client relationship, legal advice regarding gun
laws, and legal representation in the event the client is civilly
sued or criminally charged as a result of using a firearm," the
plaintiffs allege in the amended petition.

After hearing about the program at a CHL training class in 2012,
Brad Crowley signed up for Texas Law Shield, but Terrilyn Crowley
did not.

According to the class certification order, Texas Law Shield has
entered into 500 "facility agreements" with firearms instructors,
gun ranges and firearms facilities, and those agreements call for
a $30 payment to the facility for each customer who enters into a
contract with Texas Law Shield or Walker & Rice. (According to the
order, a 2012 agreement between Texas Law Shield and the firm
created an attorney-client relationship between the firm and all
members in the Texas Law Shield program.)

In an answer filed in November 2013, the defendants denied the
allegations.

In the order, Judge Miller defined the class as all people in
Texas who were solicited to enter into a contract with Walker,
Rice & Wisdom or Texas Law Shield from Sept 1, 2011, through the
date notice at a firearms class conducted at a facility with an
instructor whom Walker Rice & Wisdom or Texas Law Shield had
agreed to compensate based on the number of participants who
submitted an application to obtain services from the firm or Texas
Law Shield.

In the original petition, the plaintiffs alleged that the
defendants engaged in barratry by violating six sections of the
Texas Penal Code and four barratry-related rules in the Texas
Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct.  However, on July 14,
Miller signed an order granting a partial summary judgment on the
plaintiffs' barratry claims based on the Texas Penal Code and some
of the disciplinary rules. He denied the motion for summary
judgment based on Rules 7.03(b) and 7.03(d).


TOKYO ELECTRIC: Executives Face Shareholder Class Action
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The Mainichi reports that a judicial review board's July 31
announcement that three former Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)
executives should be indicted over the 2011 Fukushima nuclear
plant meltdowns reflects existing "sense among ordinary people,"
and emphasizes the weight of responsibilities that have been
placed on the senior officials of the plant operator.

The Tokyo No. 5 Committee for the Inquest of Prosecution dismissed
the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office's decision to drop
cases against TEPCO's former chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata, 75, and
two former vice presidents, Ichiro Takekuro, 69, and Sakae Muto,
65 -- claiming that such a decision neglected the significance of
the disaster and was based on a false understanding.

Since the committee is made up of 11 citizens, however, its
judgment differs from regular prosecution standards.  As such,
court-appointed attorneys serving as prosecutors are believed to
face difficulties in making a good case -- and lengthy trials are
expected.

"The committee's report clearly says that the TEPCO executives
could have predicted (the disaster)," commented an attorney from a
group of lawyers that filed for a review to the committee on
behalf of disaster victims.  "We have a bright outlook for the
trials."

Perhaps the biggest game-changing factor for the public
prosecutors' earlier decision not to indict the three former
executives was the committee's conclusion that the responsible
parties for a nuclear power plant should take into consideration
the possibility of a disaster exceeding all expectations, insofar
as a nuclear plant accident would result in irreversible effects.

The report emphasized that the TEPCO executives were responsible
for preparing for a possible nuclear disaster at the Fukushima
plant even though the chance of such an accident was very small --
thereby imposing much greater due diligence on the former utility
executives than had the public prosecutors.  The fact that the
committee referred to a shutdown of the plant to ensure safety was
also a notable point.

In order to hold someone criminally liable in cases of negligence,
prosecutors must prove that the defendant could predict an
accident and avoid its consequences.  In the TEPCO case, the
utility's 2008 calculation based on projection by a government
earthquake research body -- wherein the highest tsunami waves
hitting south of the Fukushima plant were estimated to be 15.7
meters -- drew significant attention. The focal point in the case
was whether the utility executives acknowledged this estimate and
were able to predict the massive tsunami.

The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office had concluded that
prior to the disaster, the officials could not have recognized the
tsunami risk whereby the plant's main equipment would become
submerged in water.  The office claimed that the scale of the 2011
earthquake and tsunami had exceeded the projection by the
government research body, and that the projection itself had low
credibility.

In response to the public prosecutors' argument, the committee
cited the 1986 Chernobyl disaster -- pointing out that a nuclear
plant accident could discharge a huge amount of radioactive
materials that would in turn affect the preservation of humanity.
It went on to say that parties involved in the operation of
nuclear power plants "absolutely cannot ignore" estimates for the
highest tsunami, and concluded specifically that the three
executives could have predicted the disaster.

Regarding the avoidance of consequences, the committee argued that
the executives should have taken every measure possible --
including the suspension of plant operation -- at least during a
period when the utility was working on establishing appropriate
tsunami prevention measures.  "If the operation had been
suspended, the disaster could have been avoided," the report said.

The committee slammed the conclusion wherein the public
prosecutors had said that the nuclear accident was unpredictable,
and that it could not have been avoided even with waterproof
buildings or moving the plant up on higher ground. This was deemed
as having "no persuasiveness," and it was concluded that the
decision had been "based on a false understanding."

Meanwhile, the executives are facing a class-action suit filed by
a group of TEPCO shareholders with the Tokyo District Court, in
which the investors are demanding a total of some 5.5 trillion yen
from the three, as well as from 24 other former and current TEPCO
executives.  The 15.7-meter tsunami estimate has also become the
point of contention in this lawsuit, with the defendant claiming
that the figure was scientifically groundless.

In the criminal trial, which will start as the three executives
are facing mandatory prosecution, the largest points of contention
will likely be the scientific credibility of the estimate for
tsunami -- as well as how such information was passed to the
defendants.  Since court-appointed attorneys serving as
prosecutors are allowed to conduct supplementary investigations
for mandatory prosecution, they will likely consider interviewing
earthquake and tsunami experts, as well as TEPCO employees who
were involved in the calculation process.

A number of witnesses are expected to be summoned if the
defendants plead not guilty, however, resulting in a prolonged
trial.


TOMMIE COPPER: Sued Over Copper-Infused Product Misrepresentation
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William Lucero, Rhonda Boggs, Jerome Jeffy, and Sandy Kontura, on
behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated v. Tommie
Copper, Inc., Tommie Copper Holdings, Inc., Thomas Kallish, and
Montel Williams, Case No. 7:15-cv-06055 (S.D.N.Y., July 31, 2015),
arises out of the Defendants' alleged false and misleading claims
that their copper and zinc-infused athletic compression apparel
and accessories can help relieve pain, including arthritis and
other chronic joint and muscular pain, aid in injury management,
accelerate or speed recovery, and improve muscular power,
strength, and endurance.

The Defendants manufacture and sell a line of copper-infused
products and maintain a principal place of business in Westchester
County, New York.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Antonio Vozzolo, Esq.
      FARUQI & FARUQI, LLP
      369 Lexington Avenue, 10th Floor
      New York, NY 10017
      Telephone: (212) 983-9330
      Facsimile: (212) 983-9331
      E-mail: avozzolo@faruqilaw.com


TOWERS WATSON: Faces "Cordell" Suit Over Willis Group Merger
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Cyndy Cordell, individually and on behalf of all others similarly
situated v. Towers Watson & Co., et al., Case No. 11358 (Del. Ch.,
July 31, 2015), is brought on behalf of all the public
stockholders of Towers Watson & Co.to enjoin the proposed
acquisition of Towers by Willis Group Holdings plc through a
flawed process at an inadequate price.

Towers Watson & Co. provides various types of professional
services, including human resources management, risk consulting
and compensation advisory services and has experienced steadily
increasing revenues and profits and corresponding increases in its
share price.

Willis Group Holdings plc is an Irish insurance brokerage company
operating out of the United Kingdom.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      James R. Banko, Esq.
      Derrick B. Farrell, Esq.
      FARUQI & FARUQI, LLP
      20 Montchanin Road, Suite 145
      Wilmington, DE 19807
      Telephone: (302) 482-3182
      E-mail: jbanko@faruqilaw.com
              dfarrell@faruqilaw.com

         - and -

      Juan E. Monteverde, Esq.
      James M. Wilson Jr., Esq.
      FARUQI & FARUQI, LLP
      369 Lexington Avenue, 10th Floor
      New York, NY10017
      Telephone: (212) 983-9330
      Facsimile: (212) 983-9331
      E-mail: jmonteverde@faruqilaw.com
              jwilson@faruqilaw.com


TRINA TURK: Settles Class Action Over Card Expiration Date
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Women's Wear Daily Fashion News reports that some Trina Turk
retail customers were sent notices on a proposed settlement to a
class action lawsuit against the company.

The settlement includes customers who used a credit or debit card
to make a purchase between Feb. 3, 2009 and Feb. 5, 2014 during
which time they received a receipt that had the card's expiration
date printed on it.  The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act
prohibits receipts from showing a card expiration date or more
than the last five digits of the card number.

Customers interested in joining the class could receive five
certificates, each with a value of as much as $50, according to a
notice sent via email to some shoppers.

The class action stems from a complaint filed in Los Angeles
Superior Court last year by Garo Derbarsekian against Alhambra,
Calif.-based L2T Inc., which operates Trina Turk stores.
Derbarsekian shopped Trina Turk's Manhattan Beach, Calif. store
last year and made a purchase totaling $152.60 charged to a credit
card.  The receipt for the transaction contained
Mr. Derbarsekian's card expiration date.

Consumers have the option of opting in or out of the settlement by
Sept. 28, according to the electronic notice.

The company declined comment.


TUI UK: Obtains Favorable Ruling in Norovirus Class Action
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The Maritime Executive reports that in what is being seen as a
landmark decision, Hill Dickinson is the first law firm to have
successfully defended a U.K. class action case involving a
norovirus outbreak onboard a cruise liner.

The case, which involved an outbreak of gastroenteritis onboard
the Thomson Spirit, chartered by TUI UK limited and operated by
Louis Cruise, was a 43-claimant class action, 28 of whom had
alleged bacterial illness with the balance claiming breach of
contract.  The case was brought against TUI UK Limited who as
contracting carrier would have been liable for the fault or
neglect of the performing carrier, Louis, pursuant to the Athens
Convention 1974.

Lawyers acting for the claimants had alleged that the outbreak was
bacterial and caused by negligence on the part of the cruise line
and poor adherence by the crew to the ship's established outbreak
response plan. In the alternative, if it was norovirus, then the
ship itself was the source of the outbreak and the crew then
failed to implement its gastrointestinal (GI) outbreak procedures.

However, the performing carriers, Celestyal Cruises (Louis Cruise
Lines) produced test results showing that this was a norovirus
attack rather than campylobacter as alleged.

"The court accepted that the systems on board had been fully
implemented by the officers and the crew to bring the virus under
control and was influenced by the documentation produced to
support the case, the fact that Louis tested for pathogens and the
deployment of systems beyond the levels that were required for the
numbers of illness.  This was a great example of team work between
owners, charterers, external health hygiene auditors, the
authorities and lawyers," said Maria Pittordis, Head of Marine,
Trade and Energy and a partner at Hill Dickinson.

Judge David Mitchell, sitting in the Central London County Court,
found in favor of the cruise line, saying that it was a very well-
controlled outbreak and that the cruise line applied and
implemented its systems well and that the cruise line was not
negligent.

Ms. Pittordis added: "The judgment is the first claim of its type
to be successfully defended at trial in the U.K. It is of great
importance to the cruise industry in recognizing that norovirus is
not caused by the ship and that even with high levels of
implementation of industry procedures, outbreaks of norovirus do
occur."

In coming to his decision, the judge took into account not only
the evidence taken from the ship but also evidence from the
passengers.  This included passenger complaints about not being
able to have self-service food, being given paper napkins and
being confined to their cabins.  The judge found, however, that
these complaints were deemed to be evidence of compliance with the
ships' outbreak plan.

There were two issues of law decided in favor of the cruise line.
The first, was that the Claimants argued that the ship was
contaminated with norovirus and therefore this was a "Defect in
the Ship" giving rise to a presumption of liability in favor of
the claimants pursuant to Article 3 (3) of the Athens Convention.

This was rejected and the cruise line's argument that this could
only be applied to navigational and marine perils rather than to
hotel services onboard was accepted.  As a matter of fact the
judge ruled the ship was not contaminated in any event when the
claimants commenced their cruise.

The judge also decided that in accordance with the case of Sidhu v
British Airways, 1997 AC p 430, which applies to carriage by air,
the 1974 Athens Convention 1974 is the exclusive remedy to
claimants travelling by sea for personal injury and therefore the
allegations regarding a duty to warn of both historic and
potential illness did not, as a matter of law, fall within the
Athens Convention because the alleged failure did not occur during
the carriage.

The judge held as a matter of fact that there was no such duty to
warn as there could be no criticism of the handling of illness
involving 16 passengers on the previous cruise.  Those cases he
said had been contained and given the numbers involved and the
measures in place when the previous cruise came to an end, there
was no need to warn or indeed provide another ship as alleged.
The judge found that the enhanced housekeeping measures and the
other measures required by the outbreak control plan had been put
into effect and the defendant had discharged the duty of care to
the claimants.


UBER TECHNOLOGIES: Drivers Seek Expense Reimbursement
-----------------------------------------------------
Dan Levine, writing for Reuters, reports that Uber Technologies
Inc is jostling with drivers suing for reimbursement of their
expenses in advance of an important hearing in the fight over
whether drivers are independent contractors or employees entitled
to benefits.

Three drivers sued Uber in a federal court in San Francisco,
contending they are employees and entitled to reimbursement for
expenses, including gas and vehicle maintenance.  The drivers
currently pay those costs themselves.

If allowed to proceed as a class action, the 2013 lawsuit could
cover more than 160,000 California drivers and give plaintiffs
leverage to negotiate a settlement.

Now, both sides are trying to demonstrate to U.S. District Judge
Edward Chen that they command the support of drivers in the run-up
to a hearing on class certification.  In court filings, Uber cited
written statements from more than 400 drivers supporting the
company, with some arguing they prefer the flexibility of Uber's
current model.

That prompted attorneys for the three plaintiffs to call some of
the drivers cited by Uber, according to court filings.  Some of
them said Uber did not tell them they could obtain mileage
reimbursement should the case succeed.

"I would like to have my expenses reimbursed should I be entitled
to obtain them under the law," driver Daniel Beltran said in a
sworn statement filed in court.

Uber fired back late on July 30, saying it did not mislead anyone.

"Uber and its counsel were careful to ensure that all drivers with
whom they spoke were well informed of the reasons for the
conversation and the fact that it was completely voluntary," the
company said in a court filing.

One of the fastest-growing sharing-economy companies, Uber
operates in 57 countries, with an estimated value of more than $40
billion.

The results of Uber's legal battle could reshape the sharing
economy, as companies say the contractor model allows for
flexibility that many see as important to their success.  An
ultimate finding that drivers are employees could raise Uber's
costs beyond the lawsuits' scope and force it to pay Social
Security, workers' compensation, and unemployment insurance.

In June, a California labor commissioner ruled that an Uber driver
was an employee, not a contractor.

The hearing on class certification was scheduled for August 6.
The case in U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
is Douglas O'Connor et al vs. Uber Technologies Inc, 13-3826.


UCLA HEALTH: Faces Class Action in California Over Data Breach
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James R. Kalyvas, Esq. -- jkalyvas@foley.com -- and Michaek K.
Chung, Esq. -- mchung@foley.com -- of Foley & Lardner LLP, in an
article for The National Law Review, reports that in the most
recent in a string of cases highlighting the trend of claims of
negligence against boards and officers in the face of security
breaches, on July 20, 2015, a class action complaint was filed
against the UCLA Health Systems Auxiliary and the Regents of the
University of California.  The plaintiff alleges, among other
claims, a "failure to adequately secure the private, personal
financial information of Plaintiff and all other persons similarly
situated."  The complaint was filed in the Central District (Los
Angeles) of the United States District Court.  In Plaintiff's
negligence claim, he alleges:

"Defendants had a foreseeable duty to Plaintiff and Class members
to exercise reasonable care to secure Plaintiff's and Class
members' nonpublic personal and financial health information from
being accessed by unauthorized persons.  This duty included
creating, maintaining, testing, and securing any databases
containing Defendants' customers' nonpublic personal and financial
information, to ensure that Plaintiff's and Class members'
nonpublic personal and financial information was secured from
cyber attack, and other things.  This duty also included, at the
minimum, that Plaintiff's and Class members' nonpublic personal,
financial and health information be encrypted."

On June 15, 2015, in a class action lawsuit arising out of Sony
Pictures' 2014 data breach, the Federal District Court for the
Central District of California ruled on Sony's motion to dismiss
the complaint filed by Sony employees, allowing certain of the
plaintiffs' claims for damages to proceed, including a claim that
Sony's failure to maintain adequate data security measures was
negligent.  The court also held that the plaintiffs had
established standing by alleging that their personally
identifiable information had been made available to potential
identity thieves and that the information had been used to send
emails threatening physical harm. The court determined that the
allegations demonstrated "a credible threat of real and immediate
harm, or certainly impending injury."

Sony argued that plaintiffs' negligence claim should be dismissed
because the plaintiffs suffered only purely economic losses, and
such losses were not recoverable under the economic loss doctrine.
Though decisions have been mixed in barring negligence claims
arising out of data breaches, here, the court noted that even if
the plaintiffs had only suffered purely economic losses, a
negligence claim could still proceed in California if a special
relationship existed between the parties.  The court determined
that plaintiffs' employment with Sony was sufficient to establish
such a special relationship, and thus the plaintiffs' negligence
claim could proceed despite having suffered only purely economic
losses.

Also in June, a complaint was filed in Delaware Court of Chancery,
arising out of Home Depot's 2014 data breach which had resulted in
the widespread exposure of consumer information.

The complaint was filed by a Home Depot stockholder pursuant to 8
Del C. Sec. 220 to compel the production of records at Home Depot
related to the data breach.  The court noted that the allegations
of "lax cyber security at the company, the pending government
investigations, together with numerous lawsuits claiming
misconduct at Home Depot, provide a credible basis from which
mismanagement at the Company can be inferred," and that the
inspection of records was necessary to "take appropriate action in
the event the members of the Company's management and certain
directors did not properly discharge their fiduciary duties."

The corporate laws of every state impose fiduciary obligations on
all officers and directors. Courts will not second-guess decisions
by officers and directors made in good faith with reasonable care
and inquiry.  To fulfill that obligation, officers and directors
must assume an appropriate role in establishing the correct
policies and procedures to address data security in their
organizations and ensuring the policies and procedures are
followed.


UNICHEM PHARMACEUTICALS: Recalls Hydrochlorothiazide Tablets
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Unichem Pharmaceuticals (USA), Inc. (Unichem) is voluntarily
recalling one lot of Hydrochlorothiazide Tablets 25 mg 1000-count
bottle to the consumer level. This recall has been initiated as a
precautionary measure due to the identification of a Clopidogrel
tablet found in a bottle of the product.

The risk associated with mistakenly taking a Clopidogrel tablet
instead of a Hydrochlorothiazide tablet is the increased
probability of experiencing Clopidogrel's side effects which
include bleeding and/or bruising. Patients with active bleeding or
who are allergic to Clopidogrel or any component of the
formulation may experience more serious adverse health
consequences as a result of unknowingly consuming Clopidogrel.
Additionally, missing a dose of Hydrochlorothiazide could result
in uncontrolled blood pressure or swelling caused by excess fluid
(edema). As per Unichem's internal investigation, this episode is
an isolated event noted at one pharmacy and confined to the
recalled lot. Unichem has not received any reports of adverse
events related to this recall to date.

Hydrochlorothiazide tablets are indicated for the management of
high blood pressure and edema and are packaged in 1000-count
bottles. The affected Hydrochlorothiazide tablets include Lot #
GHYL15028 - Expiration April, 2018, and was distributed nationwide
directly to wholesalers, retailers, and pharmacies from May 21 -
28, 2015.

Unichem is notifying its distributors and customers by letter,
overnight FedEx and emails. Unichem is also arranging for return
of all recalled products. Consumers should not consume
Hydrochlorothiazide Tablets 25 mg 1000's from the lot GHYL15028
which is being recalled and should return to place of purchase.

Consumers with questions regarding this recall can contact Unichem
Pharmaceuticals (USA), Inc. by e-mail regaffairs@unichemusa.com or
call customer service at: 1-866-931-0704, Monday through Friday
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM EST. Consumers should contact their physician or
healthcare provider if they have experienced any problems that may
be related to taking or using this drug product. If the consumer
is not sure they received the recalled lot, they should contact
the pharmacy that dispensed the product to them.

Adverse reactions or quality problems experienced with the use of
this product may be reported to the FDA's MedWatch Adverse Event
Reporting program either online, by regular mail or by fax.

    Complete and submit the report Online:
www.fda.gov/medwatch/report.htm
    Regular Mail or Fax: Download form
www.fda.gov/MedWatch/getforms.htm or call 1-800-332-1088 to
request a reporting form, then complete and return to the address
on the pre-addressed form, or submit by fax to 1-800-FDA-0178

This recall is being conducted with the knowledge of the U.S. Food
and Drug Administration.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm456878.htm


UNIT PETROLEUM: Removed Consul Properties Suit to W.D. Oklahoma
---------------------------------------------------------------
The class action lawsuit styled Consul Properties LLC, et al., v
Unit Petroleum Company, Case No. CJ-15-00016, was removed from the
District Court of Roger Mills County, Oklahoma to the U.S.
District Court Western District of Oklahoma (Oklahoma City). The
District Court Clerk assigned Case No. 5:15-cv-00840-L to the
proceeding.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Conner L. Helms, Esq.
      Erin M. Moore, Esq.
      Gary R. Underwood, Esq.
      Lincoln C. Hatfield, Esq.
      Tiffany K. Peterson, Esq.
      HELMS & UNDERWOOD
      One NE Second St., Suite 202
      Oklahoma City, OK 73104
      Telephone: (405) 319-0700
      Facsimile: (405) 319-9292
      E-mail: Conner@helmsunderwood.com
              emoore@helmsunderwood.com
              gary@helmsunderwood.com
              lhatfield@helmsunderwood.com
              tpeterson@helmsunderwood.com

The Defendant is represented by:

      Mia Vahlberg, Esq.
      GABLE & GOTWALS
      100 W 5th St, Suite 1100
      Tulsa, OK 74103-4217
      Telephone: (918) 595-4803
      Facsimile: (918) 595-4990
      E-mail: mvahlberg@gablelaw.com


UNITIL CORP: Worcester Court Certifies Class in Icestorm Suit
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Jon Bishop, writing for Sentinel & Enterprise News, reports that
Worcester Superior Court has certified a class for plaintiffs
suing Unitil Corp. for what they allege was improper and negligent
service during an ice storm in December 2008.  The decision was
dated July 27 and mailed July 29.

In short, this means the case will go to trial, according to
Cathy Clark, a Lunenburg resident who is one of the plaintiffs.

"This has been a long time coming, a long time coming," said
Clark, when contacted on July 30.  "That's awesome news.  This is
a well-deserved victory for the ratepayers of North Central Mass."

Alec O'Meara, media-relations manager at Unitil, said the company
is reviewing the decision. He reiterated that legal documents will
speak for themselves throughout the process.

Attorney Deborah Phillips of the Fitchburgbased law firm Nickless,
Phillips, and O'Connor, which represents the plaintiffs, said via
email on July 30 that they, like Unitil, are still reviewing the
decision.

The case began in January 2009, when plaintiffs filed suit on
their own behalf and those similarly situated, alleging that
Fitchburg Gas & Electric Light Co.'s (a division of Unitil)
inadequate preparation and response during the storm resulted in
damages.

The Dec. 11, 2008, ice storm took out power for millions of people
in New England and upstate New York.  Damage occurred primarily as
a result of fallen trees and utility wires and poles, most of
which were coated in ice.

Controversy arose when the storm resulted in a slow return of
power, with Unitil becoming the face of it in the North Central
Mass. region.  Nearly a week after the storm, more than 100,000
customers in New England and New York were without power,
according to CNN.

According to the Memorandum of Decision for Marcia D. Bellerman &
others vs. Fitchburg Gas and Electric Light Company, the SJC
"observed . . . that a theory of injury that exists that would
warrant class certification," which is as follows: Plaintiffs
"paid for a level of emergency preparedness, efficient restoration
and accurate information that FG&E unfairly and deceptively failed
to provide."

A judge, when considering a class certification, "must bear in
mind that our consumer protection statute was designed to meet a
pressing need for an effective private remedy for consumers, and
that traditional technicalities are not to be read into the
statute in such a way as to impede the accomplishment of
substantial justice," the decision said.

Also, "the issue of class certification may be revisited and class
status may be withdrawn or appropriately modified if the class
representatives cease to fairly and adequately represent the
interests of the class," according to the decision.

Certification of a class action requires findings that "the use or
employment of the unfair or deceptive act or practice has caused
similar injury to numerous other persons similarly situated;" that
the class representative "adequately and fairly represents such
other persons;" and that the class representative brings "the
action on behalf of himself and such other similarly situated
persons," according to the decision.

The court found that "the plaintiffs have provided sufficient
information to allow this court to form a reasonable judgment that
the plaintiffs paid for a level of electric service during the
class period that failed to meet the standards legally required
and enforced by the DPU (Department of Public Utilities)."


UNIV OF CALIFORNIA: Sued in State Court Over Reimbursement Policy
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Suzanne Neal, individual and on behalf of all others similarly
situated v. The Regents of The University of California and Does 1
through 50, Case No. RG15780194 (Cal. Super. Ct., July 31, 2015),
is brought against the Defendants for failure to reimburse the
employee for the business use of personal electronic devices.

The Regents of The University of California is a California
Constitutional Corporation authorized and empowered to administer
the public trust known as the University of California.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Jeffrey H. Lowenthal, Esq.
      Robert W. Biederman, Esq.
      STEYER LOWENTHAL BOODROOKAS ALVAREZ & SMITH LLP
      One California Street, Third Floor
      San Francisco, CA 94111
      Telephone: (415) 421-3400
      Facsimile: (415) 421-2234
      E-mail: jlowenthal@steyerlaw.com
              rbiederman@steyerlaw.com

         - and -

      Larry W. Gabriel, Esq.
      JENKINS MULLIGAN & GABRIEL LLP
      21650 Oxnard Street, Suite 500
      Woodland Hills, CA 91367
      Telephone: (818) 827-9000
      Facsimile: (818) 827-9099
      E-mail: lgabriel@ebg-law.com


VERMONT: September Hearing Set in Reach Up Class Action
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April Burbank, writing for Burlington Free Press, reports that a
class-action lawsuit has provided a temporary reprieve for some
Vermont families facing cuts to their Reach Up cash benefits.

The benefit levels will remain untouched for up to 60 days, rather
than dropping as expected, while the lawsuit develops in court.

The lawyer representing the plaintiffs, Chris Curtis, said the
delay would provide "great relief" for families that could have
been blindsided by benefit cuts.

Because the development came so late in July, some families still
might see a Reach Up reduction -- but the state has pledged to
restore full benefit levels as soon as possible.

The two sides in the case agreed on the temporary arrangement at a
hearing on July 30.

At issue is a change to state law -- intended to save money in the
state budget -- that will count $125 of adult disability income
against a low-income family's Reach Up cash benefit calculation.

The change affects about 860 Vermont households.

Four Vermonters recently filed suit in U.S. District Court, hoping
a judge would stop the change from taking effect with a
preliminary injunction and declare the law unconstitutional.
Curtis argued the budget cut amounts to a "poor tax" against
people who depend on cash benefits for basic needs.

The state argued against a preliminary injunction in court
documents. The families represented in the case would face no
"irreparable harm" if the change took effect as scheduled, wrote
Assistant Attorney General Danforth Cardozo III.

"Simple arithmetic shows that each Plaintiff's monthly income
exceeds her monthly expenses, even after the proposed $125
reduction in Reach Up benefits," Mr. Cardozo wrote.

A full hearing in the case is expected in early September.


VICTOR'S MARKET: Recalls Chicken Products Due to Misbranding
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Victor's Market Company, a Hawthorne, Calif. establishment, is
recalling approximately 7,368 pounds of chicken products due to
misbranding, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and
Inspection Service (FSIS) announced. The products were slaughtered
under religious exemption which was not declared on the product
label.

The whole chickens or chicken pieces were produced on various
dates from April 10, 2015 through July 20, 2015. The following
products are subject to recall:

  --- Approximately 50-lb. box packages containing "Primal
      Pastures Chicken Whole."
  --- Approximately 50-lb. box packages containing "Primal
      Pastures Chicken Back"
  --- Approximately 50-lb. box packages containing "Primal
      Pastures Chicken Wing."
  --- Approximately 50-lb. box packages containing "Primal
      Pastures Chicken Thigh."
  --- Approximately 50-lb. box packages containing "Primal
      Pastures Chicken Neck."
  --- Approximately 50-lb. box packages containing "Primal
      Pastures Chicken Head."
  --- Approximately 50-lb. box packages containing "Primal
      Pastures Chicken Feet."
  --- Approximately 50-lb. box packages containing "Primal
      Pastures Chicken Drumstick."
  --- Approximately 50-lb. box packages containing "Primal
      Pastures Chicken Breast."

The products subject to recall bear the establishment number "P-
6087" inside the USDA mark of inspection. These items produced
were shipped to the original producer for distribution nationwide.

The problem was discovered by FSIS in-plant personnel during
routine inspection activities.

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

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.

Consumers or media with questions about the recall can contact
Bruce Penso, Victor's Market Company President, at (310) 676-0127.

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


VIKING RANGE: Recalls Dishwashers Due to Fire Hazard
----------------------------------------------------
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with
Viking Range LLC, of Greenwood, Miss., announced a voluntary
recall of about 17,300 Dishwashers (in addition about 1,300 were
sold in Canada and about 2,000 were previously recalled in April
2012). Consumers should stop using this product unless otherwise
instructed.  It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a
recalled consumer product.

An electrical component in the dishwasher can overheat, posing a
fire hazard.

The recall includes Viking Professional, Designer and Custom Panel
dishwashers manufactured before April 1, 2011. The recalled
dishwashers are 24 inches wide and were sold in black, white and
24 other custom colors, stainless steel and with custom wood
panels. The name "Viking" appears on the control panel at the top
of the door. The model and serial number are located on the
identification plate mounted on the inside on the left side of the
dishwasher door opening.  The first six numbers in the serial
number are the manufacture date in MMDDYY format, e.g., serial
number 052610 was manufactured on May 26, 2010. Model numbers and
manufacture dates included on this recall are:

Model Numbers starting with:
Manufacture Date = first six digits of serial number:
DDB200, FDB200, VDB200,  DFB450 or VDB450 All date codes
before 120110
VDB325 or DDB325 All date codes before 040111

Viking has received 136 additional reports of overheating
connectors, including 21 reports of fires with property damage. No
injuries have been reported. In the previous recall, the company
had received 21 reports of incidents, including five reports of
property damage from fires. No injuries were reported.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://is.gd/sHKIhs

The recalled products were manufactured in United States and sold
at Appliance and specialty retail stores nationwide from July 2008
through March 2012 for between $1,225 and $2,000.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled dishwashers
and contact Viking for a free in-home repair.


VIVINT SOLAR: Faces "Canez" Suit Over Proposed SunEdison Merger
---------------------------------------------------------------
Alma Canez, individually and on behalf of all others similarly
situated v. Vivint Solar, Inc., et al., Case No. 11359 (Del. Ch.,
July 31, 2015), is brought on behalf of all the public
stockholders of Vivint Solar, Inc. to enjoin the proposed
acquisition of the Company by SunEdison, Inc. through a flawed
process at an inadequate price.

Vivint Solar, Inc. is a Delaware corporation that is in the
business of providing residential solar power systems.

SunEdison, Inc. is a renewable energy company that develops,
finances, installs, owns and operates renewable power plants and
silicon wafers.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      James R. Banko, Esq.
      Derrick B. Farrell, Esq.
      FARUQI & FARUQI, LLP
      20 Montchanin Road, Suite 145
      Wilmington, DE 19807
      Telephone: (302) 482-3182
      E-mail: jbanko@faruqilaw.com
              dfarrell@faruqilaw.com

         - and -

      Juan E. Monteverde, Esq.
      James M. Wilson Jr., Esq.
      FARUQI & FARUQI, LLP
      369 Lexington Avenue, 10th Floor
      New York, NY10017
      Telephone: (212) 983-9330
      Facsimile: (212) 983-9331
      E-mail: jmonteverde@faruqilaw.com
              jwilson@faruqilaw.com


WASHINGTON: Prison Sexual Misconduct Cases Up; Prosecutions Rare
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The Settle Times reports that four years after the federal prison
rape act was passed, Columbia Legal Services and lawyer
Melissa Lee represented female inmates in a class-action lawsuit
against the Washington Department of Corrections.  The suit
described a culture of staff sexual misconduct toward inmates and
inadequate investigations.  Five women who were plaintiffs said
they had been sexually assaulted multiple times.

"For decades, the staff at Purdy used to look at it as like having
sex with the prisoners was just a job perk," said Paul Wright, the
Prison Legal News editor and prisoners' rights advocate.  "It's
like overtime."

The case settled for $1 million.  Ms. Lee said the department has
stepped up its policing of sexual misconduct.  Investigations have
started earlier, more women appear comfortable filing complaints,
and abuse in most cases has been less severe, she said.

Even so, in the four years before the lawsuit, complaints alleging
sex abuse by Purdy guards tallied 41.  From 2011 to 2014, the
count was 95, more than double.

"Sexual misconduct in prisons is a huge problem," said Ms. Lee.
"It's not going away.  Our lawsuit didn't solve it."

But it's rare for cases to even make it to a prosecutor's office.
From 2012 to 2014, there have been 553 allegations of staff sexual
misconduct in Washington prisons.

The data show only 58 of these complaints were found to have merit
by prison investigators.  More commonly, the cases are ruled
unfounded -- meaning investigators determined there was no
misconduct -- or that not enough evidence existed to prove
wrongdoing.

This low rate disturbs Ms. Lee, the lawyer for Columbia Legal
Services, who monitored cases from 2010 to 2013 as part of its
class-action settlement.

"I've looked at many investigations where I would have come up
with a different conclusion," she said.

DOC officials said the department improved its record keeping in
mid-2013 and may have missed some earlier referrals.

Of the 58 cases found to have merit, 24 were referred to law
enforcement -- 41 percent of the substantiated cases, records
show.  Of the 24 referrals, police or prosecutors declined 12, two
defendants pleaded to lesser charges, and 10 cases were pending as
of June, according to DOC.  Not one has resulted in a sexual-
misconduct conviction.

Beth Schubach, the state's PREA coordinator, said the prison
system has a broad definition of sexual misconduct, including
cases that don't actually involve physical contact and therefore
aren't a crime.  This preventive strategy explains why the prisons
refer so few substantiated complaints to law enforcement, she
said.


WEBCOR CONSTRUCTION: Sued in Cal. Over Inaccurate Wage Statements
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Steven Mora, on behalf of himself and others similarly situated v.
Webcor Construction, L.P. and Does 1-20, Case No. RG15780062 (Cal.
Super. Ct., July 30, 2015), is brought against the Defendants for
failure to provide accurate wage statements identifying the hourly
rate of pay and number of hours for vacation wages.

Webcor Construction, L.P. is engaged in construction contractor
services for commercial, residential, and government properties.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Larry W. Lee, Esq.
      Nicholas Rosenthal, Esq.
      Brittany M. Hernandez, Esq.
      DIVERSITY LAW GROUP, P.C.
      550 South Hope Street, Suite 2655
      Los Angeles, California 90071
      Telephone: (213) 488-6555
      Facsimile: (213) 488-6554

         - and -

      William L. Marder, Esq.
      POLARIS LAW GROUP LLP
      501 San Benito Street, Suite 200
      Hollister, CA 95023
      Telephone: (831) 531-4214
      Facsimile: (831) 634-0333
       E-mail: bill@polarislawgroup.com


WESTERN RESIDENTIAL: Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Overtime Wages
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Cecil Claybrook, on behalf of others similarly situated v.
Western Residential, Inc., UDR, Inc., and Does 1 through 50, Case
No. 1-15-CV-283765 (Cal. Super. Ct., July 30, 2015), seeks to
recover unpaid overtime wages and penalties under the California
Labor Code.

Western Residential, Inc. is a Virginia corporation which owns and
manages real estate properties such as residential apartment
buildings throughout the United States.

UDR, Inc. is a Maryland corporation which operates as a real
estate investment trust buying, selling, developing, redeveloping,
and managing real estate properties such as residential apartment
buildings throughout the United States.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Larry W. Lee, Esq.
      Nick Rosenthal, Esq.
      DIVERSITY LAW GROUP, P.C.
      550 South Hope Street, Suite 2655
      Los Angeles, CA 90071
      Telephone: (213) 488-6555
      Facsimile: (213) 488-6554

         - and -

      William L. Marder, Esq.
      POLARIS LAW GROUP LLP
      501 San Benito Street, Suite 200
      Hollister, CA 95023
      Telephone: (831) 531-4214
      Facsimile: (831) 634-0333
      E-mail: bill@polarislawgroup.com


WHOLE FOODS: Recalls Coconut Cauliflower Salad Due to Almonds
-------------------------------------------------------------
Whole Foods Market is recalling Coconut Curry Cauliflower Salad
sold in twenty-one retail stores in CO, KS, NM, UT, and ID due to
undeclared almonds. People who have an allergy or severe
sensitivity to almonds run the risk of serious or life threatening
allergic reaction if they consume these products.

The product was sold from the chef cases and from the fresh pack
area of prepared foods in clear plastic containers with the
following PLUs: 27436000000, 27436100000 with best by dates of
8/1/15.

The salads may contain almonds as an ingredient, which was not
declared on the label.

No allergic reactions or illnesses have been reported to date, and
all affected product has been removed from shelves.

The error was discovered during routine product review and found
to be incorrect in the following stores:

  --- Boise - 401 South Broadway Avenue Boise, ID 83702
  --- Draper - 11479 S. State St. Suite B Draper, UT 84020
  --- Cottonwood Heights - 6930 S. Highland Drive Cottonwood
      Heights, Utah 84121
  --- Trolley Square - 544 South 700 East Salt Lake City, UT
      84102
  --- Wichita - 1423 N. Webb Rd. Suite 101 Wichita, KS 67206
  --- Overland Park - 6621 W. 119th St. Overland Park, KS 66209
  --- Olathe - 14615 W. 119th Street Olathe, KS 66062
  --- Cerrillos - 753 Cerrillos Rd Santa Fe, NM 87505
  --- New Center Point - 3180 New Center Point Colorado Springs,
      CO 80922
  --- Pikes Peak 7635 N Academy Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80920
  --- Washington Park - 1111 S. Washington St. Denver, CO 80210
  --- Highlands Ranch - 9366 South Colorado Blvd Littleton, CO
      80126
  --- Governor's Ranch - 5155 S. Wadsworth Blvd Littleton, CO
      80123
  --- Colfax - 14357 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80401
  --- Belmar - 444 S. Wadsworth Boulevard Lakewood, CO 80226
  --- Cherry Creek - 2375 E. First Ave Denver, CO 80206
  --- Capitol Hill - 900 E. 11th Ave Denver, CO 80218
  --- Baseline - 2584 Baseline Rd. Boulder, CO 80305
  --- Ideal Market - 1275 Alpine Ave. Boulder, CO 80304
  --- Frisco - 261 Lusher Court Frisco, CO 80443
  --- Basalt - 340 Reed Street Basalt, CO 81621

Consumers who have purchased this product from any of the above
mentioned Whole Foods Market stores are encouraged to discard the
product and to bring their receipt to the store for a full refund.
Consumers with questions should contact their local store between
the hours of 9 am and 5 pm MT any day of the week, or call the
Regional Office at 303-440-5220.

Pictures of the Recalled Products available at:
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm456871.htm


WILLIAMS COMPANIES: Sued in Del. Over Energy Transfer Merger
------------------------------------------------------------
Denis L. McLaughlin v. The Williams Companies, Inc., et al., Case
No. 11357-VCN (Del. Ch., July 31, 2015), is brought on behalf of
all the stockholders of The Williams Companies, Inc. to enjoin the
proposed acquisition of the Company by Energy Transfer Equity for
an inadequate consideration and unfair price.

The Williams Companies, Inc. is one of the leading energy
infrastructure companies in North America.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Jessica Zeldin, Esq.
      P. Bradford deLeeuw, Esq.
      ROSENTHAL, MONHAIT & GODDESS, P.A.
      919 N. Market Street, Suite 1401
      P.O. Box 1070
      Wilmington, DE 19899-1070
      Telephone: (302) 656-4433
      E-mail: jzeldin@rmgglaw.com
              bdeleeuw@rmgglaw.com

         - and -

      Stanley D. Bernstein, Esq.
      U. Seth Ottensoser, Esq.
      Joseph R. Seidman Jr., Esq.
      BERNSTEIN LIEBHARD LLP
      10 East 40th Street
      New York, NY 10016
      Telephone: (212) 779-1414
      E-mail: Bernstein@bernlieb.com
              Ottensoser@bernlieb.com
              Seidman@bernlieb.com


ZONI LANGUAGE: "Fernandez" Suit Seeks to Recover Unpaid Overtime
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Zhara Fernandez, Tanya Chambers, Kenya Brown, Amy Chu, John Volpe
and Andrew Bullington, individually and on behalf of others
similarly situated v. Zoni Language Centers, Inc. d/b/a Zoni
Language Centers, Zoni Language Centers-Flushing, LLC, d/b/a Zoni
Language Centers, and Zoilo C. Nieto, Case No. 1:15-cv-06066
(S.D.N.Y., August 3, 2015), seeks to recover unpaid minimum wages
and liquidated damages, interest, costs, and attorneys' fees for
violations of the Fair Labor Standard Act.

The Defendants own, operate, and control a chain of English
learning centers located at 22 W. 34th St., New York, New York
10001, and 37-14 Main Street, Flushing, New York 11354.

The Plaintiff is represented by:

      Michael Antonio Faillace, Esq.
      MICHAEL FAILLACE & ASSOCIATES, P.C.
      60 East 42nd Street, Suite 2540
      New York, NY 10165
      Telephone: (212) 317-1200
      Facsimile: (212) 317-1620
      E-mail: faillace@employmentcompliance.com


* Indian Cabinet Approves New Consumer Protection Bill
------------------------------------------------------
Press Trust of India reports that the Indian Cabinet on July 29
approved a new Consumer Protection Bill 2015 that seeks to replace
a 29-year-old law and proposes to set up a regulatory authority
which will have powers to recall products and initiate class suit
against defaulting companies, including e-tailers.  The proposed
new law assumes importance as there is growing concern over safety
of consumer products and services especially after the Maggi
controversy.  The new bill, approved by the Cabinet, and likely to
be introduced in the ongoing session of Parliament, provides for a
comprehensive framework for protection of consumer interest and
will replace the Consumer Protection Act, 1986, sources said.

The decision comes against the backdrop of emergence of complex
products and services in the era of growing ecommerce business in
India that has rendered consumers vulnerable to new forms of
unfair trade and unethical business practices, sources said.  The
key features of the new bill include establishment of an executive
agency 'Central Consumer Protection Authority' (CCPA) which will
protect and enforce the rights of consumers.  "The authority will
intervene when necessary to prevent consumer detriment arising
from unfair trade practices and to initiate class action including
enforcing recall, refund and return of products," sources added.

That apart, the bill has provisions for "product liability" if
product/services causes personal injury, death or property damage
and will take action against defaulting manufacturers or service
providers.  For speedy disposal of court cases, the bill proposes
"mediation" as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism.  The
mediation will be under the aegis of consumer courts.

Explaining the rational behind bring a new bill, sources said that
misleading advertisements, tele-marketing, multi-level marketing,
direct selling and e-tailing pose new challenges to consumer
protection.  Hence, there was a need to modernise the act to
address the situation effectively.  The Bill also provides for
stringent penalty, including life imprisonment in certain cases,
sources added.  The Consumer Protection Act 1986 was amended
thrice earlier in 1991, 1993 and 2002.


* Japan to Implement New Consumer Class-Action System in 2016
-------------------------------------------------------------
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP on July 31 disclosed that
the Japan legislature enacted laws in late 2013 that will
implement a new consumer class-action system in 2016, with the
stated purpose of protecting consumers.  Critics contend, however,
that this new system fails to address serious issues of the
current consumer class-action system, that the changes are limited
to favored business operators, and that the new system will
actually reduce relief available to consumers.

Who Can Sue. The new law will not have a large effect on which
parties can bring consumer class action lawsuits but might
incentive those parties to file more such actions.  Unlike the
American system, in which any individual with personal standing
may file a lawsuit on behalf of himself or herself and all others
similarly situated, in the current Japanese system, only a
Qualified Consumer Organization ("QCO") has standing to file a
consumer class-action.  A QCO must be certified by the Prime
Minister as a non-profit organization engaged in consumer-related
activities such as collecting and providing information on
consumer affairs; currently, only 11 QCOs have been so certified.
Importantly, a QCO cannot charge fees to its members for
litigation services.

Similar to the old regime, the new regime provides that only a
Certified Qualified Consumer Organization ("CQCO") will be
permitted to sue on behalf of consumers, and any CQCO must be
certified by the Prime Minister; the current 11 QCOs are expected
to seek certification as CQCOs.  But under the new law, a CQCO
will be able to collect fees and costs from the consumer class
members at the second stage of the proceedings where damages are
assessed. This unfound ability to recover fees and costs might
well incentivize CQCOs to file more class-action suits.

Availability of Damages. The new system will not significantly
change or broaden the causes of actions available in a consumer
class-action; such suits will still have to be based in contract,
not purely in tort, product liability, or personal injury.  But
unlike the current system, which permits only injunctive relief,
the new system will allow recovery of certain monetary damages as
well.  Notably, damages will be limited to the value of the
product or service at issue; consequential damages, lost profits,
damages to life or health, and psychological damages will not be
available.

Two-Stage Proceedings. A major change from the current system will
be the implementation of a twostage proceeding.  In the first
stage, the CQCO must request that the court find common
liabilities owed to a group of consumers regarding a consumer
contract made with a business operator; this appears to be
somewhat similar to the American requirement that class members
must share a common question of fact or law.  During this first
stage, the CQCO will also have to demonstrate to the court that
there are a "considerably large number" of members in the class;
the Japanese government, in response to questions from the public,
has stated that "considerably large number" means "tens of
people," unlike the American requirement that a class can be
certified only if the "members of the class are so numerous that
joinder of all members is impractical."  If during this first
stage the court finds no common liabilities among the class
members or that there is not a considerably large number of
members, then the class proceedings will end, although the court's
findings will not stop any individual class member from pursuing a
separate lawsuit.

If the court does find common liabilities, the proceedings will
move to a second stage, during which the court will determine the
potential liability of the business operator to each class member.
The CQCO will notify the results of the first stage to each member
of the class by internet, newspaper, TV commercial, etc.  If the
CQCO asks, the court may order the business operator also to
notify the class members.  After notification, the class member
may "opt-in" and let the CQCO prosecute the consumer's claim.
This opt-in process is different from the American practice of
inviting class members to "opt out" of a certified class. Critics
have called Japan's opt-in process business friendly and asserted
that it is meant to reduce the number of class members and thus
limit the amount of overall damages.

If the CQCO receives the class member's authorization, the CQCO
will be able to file a claim on behalf of the consumer.  The
business operator then must either admit or deny each consumer
claim. Admission of the claim will end the inquiry and damages
will be assessed.  If the business operator denies the claim, the
court will conduct a special procedure to determine the claim's
validity, based only on documentary evidence.  If either the
consumer or business operator contests the court's decision, the
case will be converted to a standard litigation, although
commentators have suggested that the legislature hoped the special
procedure's outcome would induce the parties to settle and avoid
further litigation.


* New Rules on Independent Contractors May Spur Labor Suits
-----------------------------------------------------------
Judy Greenwald, writing for Business Insurance, reports that new
Labor Department guidance on classifying workers as employees
versus independent contractors is expected to increase litigation
against employers.

Experts recommend that firms, particularly those with a
significant numbers of independent contractors, conduct an audit
now to ensure they are classified properly under the Fair Labor
Standards Act, though the expectation is that fewer workers will
be classified as independent contractors.

"I don't think that's going to happen overnight, but I do think
the cumulative effect of private litigation and the DOL's focus on
this issue is likely going to lead to fewer employers using that
model over time," said Ted Boehm, an associate at law firm Fisher
& Phillips L.L.P. in Atlanta.

Though the July Labor Department guidance contains no new
regulations per se, its emphasis on the alleged misclassification
of many workers as independent contractors is a warning that the
department will pursue the issue, which experts say also will
encourage plaintiff attorneys.

There is insurance coverage to protect employers from such
liabilities, however.

Experts also note that the latest guidance is part of a broader
push to help workers, including Labor's June issuance of its long-
awaited proposal to change overtime exemptions for executive,
administrative and professional employees that effectively would
make more people eligible for overtime.

There is also a financial component to the independent contractor
issue since the government can collect taxes from employees more
easily than independent contractors, observers say.

"The guidance can be categorized as not necessarily totally new,
but pushing the interpretation of court decisions to the broadest
extent possible in order to obtain coverage for more workers under
federal wage-and-hour laws," said Matthew S. Disbrow --
mdisbrow@honigman.com -- a partner at Honigman, Miller, Schwartz
and Cohn L.L.P., Detroit.

"The most surprising thing to us" is the focus on the worker's
economic dependence on the employer, where historically it has
been on "who is actually controlling the worker" as he does his
job, said Allan S. Bloom, a partner at Proskauer Rose L.L.P., New
York.

Many firms need independent contractors and the latest guidance
will make it more "difficult" to use these workers, "but at least
it's some guidance employers can come and look at in ascertaining
whether or not their workers are properly classified," said E.
Jason Tremblay -- ejtremblay@arnstein.com -- a partner at Arnstein
& Lehr L.L.P. in Chicago.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 10.3
million independent contractors nationwide in 2010.

Employers that do not "re-emphasize" their employment
relationships "will become more susceptible to litigation," said
Drew E. Pomerance -- dep@rpnalaw.com -- a partner at Roxborough,
Pomerance, Nye & Adreani L.L.P. in Woodland Hills, California.
Workers who challenge their firms' job classifications "will be
more likely to be correct because the guidelines are clearer," he
said.

There is general agreement that the interpretation will lead to
more putative class action litigation being filed against
employers.

Pointing to the independent contractor and overtime issues,
Mr. Boehm said, "I don't think it takes a genius to predict that
both of those actions will likely inspire new and more claims."

In July, for instance, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held
that 479 drivers in Kansas for Memphis, Tennessee-based FedEx
Corp. were employees and had been improperly classified as
independent contractors.

Now is "the perfect time for companies to start looking at their
classifications across the board" and audit their current
practices, Mr. Bloom said.

"Many companies have not necessarily been paying the attention
they should pay to what goes into determining how to properly
classify someone," said Jennifer L. Anderson --
janderson@joneswalker.com -- a partner at Jones Walker L.L.P. in
Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  "If a company suspects it has
classification problems, it should reach out to labor counsel
before doing anything and get appropriate options and advice on
the steps to take," she said.  "Avoid the knee-jerk reaction. That
can sometimes create more problems than doing nothing."

Many observers point to a phrase within the guidance -- "most
workers are employees under the FLSA" -- as the key to the
document, which also says an increasing number of workplaces are
misclassifying employees as independent contractors.

The guidance said in order to determine whether a worker is an
employee or an independent contractor under the FLSA, courts use
the "economic realities" test.

Factors to be considered under this test, which the Labor
Department said is being used by courts to evaluate the issue,
are: the extent to which the work performance is an integral part
of the employer's business; the worker's opportunity for profit or
loss depending on his or her managerial skill; the extent of the
relative investments of the employer and the worker, such as tools
and equipment; whether the work performed requires special skills
and initiatives; the permanency of the relationship; and the
degree of control exercised or retained by the employee.



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