Did you overpay for video production services?

The Department of Justice is opening up a number of investigations into alleged video production and video post-production bid-rigging and price-fixing. According to the Wall Street Journal, a number of companies are under investigation for potentially inflating the prices of third-party contractors in order to route work to their own growing in-house production teams. While […]

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Equilend Stock Loans Class Action

A new lawsuit has been filed against a large number of the leading banks in the United States, including Bank of America, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, and Goldman Sachs. The lawsuit alleges that the banks manipulated the stock short sale market to prevent new, more transparent stock lending practices that […]

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Patients and Families Satisfied with Attorney Representation

Communication and Resolution Programs are a common part of medical malpractice today as hospitals and other medical facilities are trying to reduce lawsuits and payouts. If your loved one was hurt because of care that didn’t meet standards, you may be asked to participate in a Communication and Resolution Programs by the medical facility. Understanding […]

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Suing for Incorrect Credit Reporting?

Credit reporting agencies have been under a lot of attention recently thanks for Equifax’s data breach but not all of that attention benefits consumers. Representative Loudermilk from Georgia has introduced a new bill in Congress that moves to limit the Fairness in Credit Reporting Act that gives consumers a path forward when credit agencies don’t […]

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Equifax and Banking Arbitration Clauses

Many eyebrows were raised when Equifax’s arbitration clause came to light after the massive data breach that affected millions of Americans across the country. But as attentions have heightened around arbitration clauses included in the banking industry, it’s not looking good for consumers. Last week, Vice President Mike Pence broke a tied vote in the […]

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Arkansas Trial Scheduled for Sygenta Corn Case

A trial date has been set for January 22, 2018 for the Arkansas bellwether trial against Syngenta. This trial comes years after working towards holding Syngenta accountable for contaminating Arkansas’ farmers crops. Emerson Firm, PLLC’s client, Mr. Kenny Falwell, serves as the bellwether trial plaintiff representing Arkansas farmers who have been affected by Syngenta’s genetically […]

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Defective Products Could Harm Countless People If H.R 985 Becomes Law

Defective and unsafe products cause thousands of injuries and deaths every year in the United States yet legislators are trying to make it easier for companies to avoid having to take responsibility for the harm their products cause. H.R. 985, an anti-class action bill on its way to the Senate after being approved in the […]

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When should you hire a car wreck lawyer?

After a car accident, hiring a car wreck lawyer may not be at the top of the list of things you need to do as many times you are busy getting the proper medical care to recover from the accident. Also you are thinking about how to deal with your own insurance company’s adjuster, getting […]

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Medical Malpractice Caps: What is your life worth?

If certain congressmen have it their way, your life will be worth $250,000. In an effort to supposedly prevent the rising costs of healthcare, legislators have pushed for the Protecting Access to Care Act of 2017. H.R. 1215, like many other bills in Congress these days, this bill has a deceiving title and is centered […]

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