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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Sinclair v. Merck & Co., Inc.

... In November 2004, plaintiffs Phyllis Sinclair and Joseph Murray filed a class action complaint against Merck and various fictitiously-named distributors, manufacturers, advertisers, sellers, marketing partners, and promoters. ...

Simmermon v. Dryvit Systems, Inc.

... Justice ALBIN delivered the opinion of the Court. Nationwide class action suits, which seek redress for victims of defective products, consumer fraud, environmental torts, and other wrongs, are now part of the modern legal landscape. ... [3]. Tennessee class action. ...

Hoffman v. Asseenontv. Com, Inc.

... As part of the confirmation process, however, plaintiff was advised that he was being billed an additional shipping and handling charge of $7.95 for the "free bonus." The next day, plaintiff filed a putative class action alleging common law and consumer fraud against defendant ...