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Artizin art sales sues competitor for making accusations of fraud and illegal activity.
Laura Roser, Art Intelect and Artizin.com are filing suit against Rachel Cary and Patrice Borne for intentional interference with business relationships, disparagement, slander, libel, and fraud, alleging defendants published defamatory messages on web forums accusing plaintiff of fraud and illegal conduct. Price: $10
Venulum Ltd., sues John Does for defamatory web posts.
Venulum, Ltd., is filing suit against John Does 1-40, for defamation, alleging defendants posted false and defamatory statements on the website worldlawdirect.com, in a thread entitled Venulum and Architects of Wine and Seed International fraud. The suit alleges defendants accused plaintiff of perpetrating investment fraud by coercing clients to sign over the money to Venulum. Price: $10
Diabetic suffers side effects from Eli Lilly medicines.
Charles Waid is suing Eli Lilly and Company for strict product liability, failure to warn, Alabama extended manufacturer's liability doctrine, negligence, breach of implied and express warranties, fraud, negligent misrepresentation, fraud concealment, and unjust enrichment after Waid suffered adverse diabetic events caused by Eli Lilly's Zyprexa and Symbax, used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Waid seeks punitive and compensatory damages. Price: $10
Case Against TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICALS AMERICA, INC.; TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICALS NORTH AMERICA,INC.; TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICALS COMPANY LIMITED; ELI LILLY AND COMPANY; for bladder cancer and death related to taking thiazolidinediones drug Actos.
Filed February 28, 2012. Case Against TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICALS AMERICA, INC.; TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICALS NORTH AMERICA,INC.; TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICALS COMPANY LIMITED; ELI LILLY AND COMPANY; for bladder cancer and death related to taking thiazolidinediones drug Actos. Claims include fraud, fraud by concealment, negligent misrepresenttion, strict products liability, negligence, negligence per se, breach of express warranty, breach of implied warranty, violation of Unfair Competition Law, Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code 17200, and wrongful death. Price: $10
Velocity Express sued by former employee for making pay check deductions.
Sandra Baker, a resident of Oklahoma, is filing suit against Velocity Express for fraud, alleging defendant under paid plaintiff and made unauthorized deductions for supplies and products. Price: $10
Woman sues for false arrest by SWAT team and US Marshalls.
Charonna Davis, an Ohio resident, is filing suit against Echostar Satellite after she was arrested by a SWAT team and U.S. Marshalls for theft and telecommunications fraud due to defendant's flawed billing practices. Price: $10
Credit Card Fraud Control alleges infringement of their patent for billing a value-added call.
Credit Card fraud Control Corporation, of Texas, is filing suit against Full Spectrum Telecommunications, National A-1 Advertising, et al., alleging infringement of their patent for a method of billing a value-added call. Price: $10
Man sues his ex-wife and her lover for campaign of terror.
Rafael Marrero, of Colorado, is filing suit against Timothy Rector and Robin Marrero, alleging his wife conducted a campaign of terror after their divorce, resulting in his losing his job and being accused of insurance fraud. Price: $10
Woman's suit claims financial advisor stole her money.
Mary Roma Jage is suing Ronald Saffa, for fraud, collusion, and conspiracy, alleging Saffa, her financial advisor made misrepresentations to defraud plaintiff of trust funds and estate assets. Price: $10
Man cleared of all charges in false indictment, says suit against AIG.
Anthony OOBrien, of Ohio, is filing suit against Carolyn Cline and AIG International, alleging Cline began an investigation and indictment for 10 counts of securities fraud for which OOBrien was cleared. Price: $10
NY Times sued for publishing article with lies about couple's ties to wire fraud conspiracy.
Brady Skinner and Wesley Luburgh, of Ohio, are filing suit against New York Times and Michael Braga, alleging defendants published false statements including identifying plaintiffs as key players in a conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud. Price: $10
U.S. Postmaster sued for falsely prosecuting Nigerian identity theft victim.
Winston Tinubu, Rph., is filing suit against The U.S. Postmaster General, et al., alleging plaintiff was falsely arrested and prosecuted with charges related to bank fraud based on his race and Nigerian national origin after he filed an identity theft complaint with the post master. Price: $10
Father sues woman for stealing dead son't money.
James Hardy, Sr., on behalf of the estate of his son, Herman Hardy, deceased, is filing suit against Sheila Cauthen, for fraud and conversion, alleging that she wrongfully converted over $900,000 from decedent's estate during her position as administrator. Price: $10
Man sues former employee for slander.
Harry Timmons, a resident of Florida, is filing suit against Alexander Middleton, alleging Middleton made numerous slanderous and libelous statements accusing Timmons of fraud and criminal conduct. Price: $10
Woman sues for alleging fraud against Rolls Royce Owner's Club.
M.S. Koly and Delcath Systems, of Georgia, are filing suit against Elizabeth Enney, alleging she falsely accused Koly and Delcath of conspiring to commit a fraud against Rolls Royce Owner's Club. Price: $10
Attorney sued for failing to represent man properly in suit filed by Advanced Seismic Hardware.
Jeffrey and Audrey Fehr, of Oregon, are filing suit against John Kennedy, alleging Kennedy failed to properly represent him in a suit filed by Advanced Seismic Hardware, claiming fraud. Price: $10
OTO Software sues Highwall Technology for selling rights to copyrighted Wi-Fi Defense software.
OTO Software is filing suit against Highwall Technologies and MobileSecure, et al., for copyright infringement, breach of contract, fraud, and other claims, alleging defendant misrepresented sales of OTO's copyrighted Wi-Fi Defense 2.0 Software and then sold the rights without plaintiff's knowledge for $4-$6 million. Price: $10
Man sues after being unjustly imprisoned by immigration authorities.
Alexander Feldman is suing The International Services Center for negligence and fraud. Feldman alleges that as a result of defendant's negligence in ensuring that his 212(c) application was properly submitted to the Immigration Court, he was unjustly incarcerated. Price: $10
Wal-Mart sued for fraud by customer hospitalized due to misfiled prescription.
Texas resident Karen Stanford is filing suit against Wal-Mart Stores for fraud, deceptive trade practices, and other claims after Stanford was hospitalized due to complications from taking a prescription the misfiled prescription for three weeks. Price: $10
Whistleblower sues after being fired.
Anthony Stargle seeks damages from Pamida, Inc and Shopko Stores for wrongful termination. Kentucky resident Stargle was terminated after writing a letter requesting an investigation into a situation where other employees were engaging in activities constituting waste, fraud, and abuse of authority. Price: $10
Are Lowe's extended warranties worthless? So says lawsuit.
Two South Dakota residents sued Lowe's Home Centers for fraud. The suit alleges that the extended warranties Lowe's offers with its products is basically worthless. They claim the defendants refuse to make the warranty repairs, thus reaping huge rewards. Price: $10
Fidelity Insurance sued for denying worker compensation benefits.
Vermont resident Patrick Palermo is filing suit against Fidelity Guaranty Insurance Company for consumer fraud and bad faith, alleging defendants refused to pay plaintiff workers compensation benefits after plaintiff sustained on the job injuries at his place of work Jeld Wen. Price: $10
Man sued for reporting bogus reports to SEC, IRS, FBI.
USANA Health Sciences, a Utah corporation, is filing suit against Barry Minkow and the fraud Discovery Institute, alleging defendants published defamatory reports which Minkow sent to the SEC, IRS, and FBI, disparaging plaintiff's health and nutritional products. Price: $10
Notebook systems protected by patent, says suit.
Levenger Company, of Florida, is filing suit against Jacobo Feldman, Shirley Feldman, Rollabind, LLC, SJ Creative Group, and Shirja, Inc., alleging fraud, misrepresentation and conspiracy to defraud by violating the rights of their licensing agreement, specifically their notebook systems, protected by patent. Price: $10
Man seeks injunction clearing his name.
Levin Group is suing Televox Software, seeking damages and declaratory relief that he did not induce Televox into a two year contractual agreement, nor he did not commit fraud or misrepresent his medical credentials to induce an agreement. Price: $10
Doctor sues after software doesn't perform as advertised.
Ramin Osoui, M.D., is suing Lyon Financial Services d/b/a USBancorp Manifest Finding Services for fraud, negligent misrepresentation, and negligence, after Osoui purchased Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software, which failed to perform as advertised. At least 22 other doctors have filed lawsuits as well. Price: $10
Tax preparer sues competitor after they place aggressive ad in Thrifty Nickel.
HRB Royalty, Inc. and H&R Block and Associates seeks damages and injunctive relief against Done Right Professional Services for defamation, libel, disparagement of business, false and misleading advertising, and unfair competition. Done Right advertised its tax preparation services in the American Classifieds (Thrifty Nickel) stating “H&R Black Fined $250,000 for Tax fraud.” Price: $10
Judge sues lawyer for publishing lies about him.
The Honorable Edwin Naythons, of New Jersey, is filing suit against Stradley, Ronon, Stevens & Young, LLP and Andre Dennis, Esq., alleging Dennis has filed accusations against Judge Naythons, alleging misconduct, dishonesty, fraud and bias. Price: $10
Certification notice removed says suit seeking relief.
Illinois corporations Steiner Industries and W.W. Grainger are filing suit against Auburn Manufacturing for declaratory relief against allegations of consumer fraud, trademark infringement, and false advertising. Plaintiffs allege they promptly removed an unauthorized “FM certification” from a welding blanket in their catalogue after Auburn threatened litigation. Price: $10
Credit data lost by company, says class action suit for college loan applicants.
Jason Melancon and Jeffrey Rouse, of Louisiana, are filing suit against Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance and Iron Mountain Incorporated, alleging the confidential data of college student loan applicants was lost by defendants, potentially exposing the creditors to fraud. Price: $10
SEC sues auto parts manufacturer for shady accounting.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is suing HLI Operating Company, f/k/a Hayes Lemmerz International, a publicly traded auto parts manufacturer, seeking civil penalties and injunctive relief against the company and its former senior officers for fraud and illegal deferral of operating expenses between 1999 and 2001. Price: $10
Wal-Mart sued by pharmacy worker accused of stealing medications.
David Walsh, a resident of Texas, is filing suit against Wal-Mart Stores for fraud, libel, slander, and other claims, alleging Walsh was fired by RPh on the Go, a pharmacy staffing agency, base on false accusations that Wal-Mart made, claiming they had a video of Walsh stealing medications. Price: $10
New owner's parking tickets bring suit against insurance company for failing to transfer title.
Russell West is suing Progressive Casualty Insurance Company seeking damages for fraud, negligence, and breach of contract, after a criminal summons was issued against him in Kentucky. The suit alleges that Progressive failed to transfer the salvage title after his totaled car was sold in an auction and the new owner illegally parked the car in a fire lane. Price: $10
Suit claims false charges of embezzlement brought raid by police.
Robert Cunard is filing suit against West Virginia-based Mylan Pharmaceuticals and Mylan Laboratories, for outrageous conduct and abuse of process, after defendant made misrepresentations to local authorities that plaintiff was involved in computer fraud or embezzlement to acquire a search warrant of plaintiff's home. Price: $10
Scheme to defraud man of property allegd in suit.
A. Glenn Diddle, III, a Texas resident, is filing suit against Wolfoff & Abramson, Ronald Canter and Thomas Davis, alleging Davis hired Wolfoff and Abramson to engage in fraud and tortious conduct to coerce him into a contract for the sale of a Florida real estate property. Price: $10
Company sues after buying the same insurance coverage twice.
North Carolina-based Cavotec Gantrex USA is filing suit against Hilb, Rogal & Hobbs of Virginia, for constructive fraud and negligent misrepresentation, alleging defendant recommended that plaintiff's purchase Maxum insurance policies for the sale and distribution of non-stamped goods, in addition to plaintiff's Zurich umbrella policy which already included the same coverage. Price: $10
TON Services sues Qwest Communications for failing to refund payphone overcharges.
Ton Services, a Utah corporation, is filing suit against Qwest Corporation and Qwest Communications, Bell Operating Companies, for unjust enrichment and other claims, alleging Qwest failed to refund Payphone Services fraud Protection overcharges after congress enacted the New Service Test rate changes. Price: $10
Wal-Mart sued by pharmacy employee accused of stealing pills.
David Walsh, a resident of Texas, is filing suit against Wal-Mart Stores Texas for fraud, malicious prosecution and other claims, alleging plaintiff's employer RPH on the Go, told plaintiff not to report to work because a warrant had been issued for him due to false allegations by Wal-Mart that they had a video of plaintiff's slipping pills. Price: $10
Man claims his image used for football contest.
Gilbert Marchman is suing Kovel-Fuller, LLC, and Pacific Life Insurance Company, alleging common law violations of rights of publicity, and violation of the Illinois consumer fraud and deceptive business practices act, for the unauthorized use of picture containing Marchman's likeness for advertising purposes of the Big Ten Football Contests sponsored by State Farm Insurance. Price: $10
Law firm charged with legal malpratice.
A. Cal Rossi is filing suit against New York resident Frank Wohl and Lankler, Siffert & Wohl, for legal malpractice relating to indictment charges against plaintiff including racketeering, wire fraud, and bribing Union officers to purchase preferred shares of American Realty Trust, a Real Estate Investment trust. Price: $10
Duit Construction sues GRW Engineers for blaming airport construction problems on subcontractor.
Duit Construction Company is filing suit against GRW Engineers for fraud negligence, and other claims, alleging GRW falsely claimed Duit was responsible for problems with the Mesa Vista Ranch Airport in Pampa, Texas. The suit alleges improper material and specifications were compiled by MVR, an engineering firm licensed in Texas. Price: $10
Purchased trucks have no titles. Buyer sues.
Rodney Downie is suing Jimmy Falco d/b/a Trans Link Motor Express seeking damages for fraud, deceit, and misrepresentation after Downie purchased two tractors, intending to operate them as a long-haul trucker for profit, for defendant's Alabama store. Downie alleges that Falco failed to provide his with the titles for the vehicles. Price: $10
Ex-employee sued for starting competing company with stolen items.
Utah corporation Alpine Associates, dba, Alpine Supply, is filing suit against Janice Pletcher and Glen Miles, for breach of contract, fraud, conversion, and other claims, alleging Pletcher ceased working for Alpine and began directly competing against Alpine using materials, trade secrets, and proprietary items supplied by Alpine. Price: $10
Suit alleges election fraud in Oklahoma Electric Coop.
Michael Linehan, Sherry Linehan, Ralph Cole, Delisca Cole and Kathleen Cole, of Oklahoma, are filing suit against Lake Region Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees and The US Department of Agriculture, alleging election fraud led to the seating of the Board of Trustees. Price: $10
Two million dollar roof still leaks.
California corporation SD Commercial and WPB No 1, is filing suit against VJ Flood Roofing and Val Flood, for fraud-misrepresentation and Illusory terms of scope and warranty. The suit alleges defendant refused to address severe roof leakage problems that occurred immediately after defendant finished the $2 million roofing project. Price: $10
Deutche Bank sued for implementing unlawful lax shelters.
Mississippi residents William and Alice Anderson, WFA Yazoo Investments, and Anderson Beverage Co, et al., are filing suit against Deutsche Bank and Deutsche Bank Securities for fraud and misrepresentation, alleging defendants implemented unlawful tax shelter strategies as part of digital options contracts and other securities services. Price: $10
Airline mileage awards scam alleged in suit by Southwest.
Southwest Airlines Company is suing Paul Sternberg, d/b/a Need to Fly Ticketman, Flyer's Reward, d/b/a, The Ticketman for fraud. The defendants engaged in a scheme to purchase awards from members of Southwest's Rapid Rewards program and then sell the illegally purchased awards to Southwest's customers and potential customers. Price: $10
Canberra sues former employees for selling infringing radiological monitors.
Canberra Industries, a Connecticut corporation, is filing suit against Apantec for misappropriation of trade secrets, computer fraud and abuse, trademark infringement and other claims. The suit alleges Apantec was founded by former Canberra employees who used their inside knowledge to sell patent and trademark infringing radiation monitoring devices. Price: $10
Triad Resources and Advent Product Development sued by inventor for fraud.
Kenneth Palmer, a resident of New Jersey, is filing suit against Advent Product Development and Triad Resources, et al., for improper and deceptive invention promotion, violation of the New Jersey Consumer fraud Act, and other claims, alleging defendants induced plaintiff into paying over $8,000 in fees although they knew that plaintiff's invention for a battery-powered heated over coat was not patentable. Price: $10
Perez Hilton sued for revealing full name and work email of blog commenter.
Ohio residents Diane and Joel Wargo are filing suit against Mario Lavandeira, dba, Perez Hilton, et al., for fraud, negligence, and other claims, alleging plaintiff Diane was fired from her job due to threats, harassment, and spam, directed at plaintiff and her employer, because defendant published her full name and work email address in an "email of the day" post on his celebrity gossip blog. Price: $10
Contractor sues couple for interfering with work, defamation, and failing to pay.
Hawaii corporation Metzler Contracting Company and John Metzler are filing suit against Elle and Paul Stephens, et al., alleging Elle made numerous changes and repeatedly interfered with subcontractors and workmen. Metzler alleges the Stephens failed to pay and defamed Metzler, alleging fraud, mismanagement, and faulty construction. Price: $10
Airline mileage awards scam alleged in suit by Southwest.
Southwest Airlines Company is suing Robert Seward, Keith Haddon d/b/a Agent's Choice travel and World Wide Travel for fraud. The defendants engaged in a scheme to purchase awards from members of Southwest's Rapid Rewards program and then sell the illegally purchased awards to Southwest's customers and potential customers. Price: $10
Hawaii man sued for grabbing land donated to Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army is suing Timothy Janusz and his company Kaspick Holding Company for fraud, conversion, and negligent misrepresentation after Janusz acquired four properties from a Salvation Army donor. Janusz did not report the generous donation to the Salvation Army. Price: $10
Man sues after buying a Mazda dealer ship whose body shop was missing.
Robert Tutino is filing suit against The Estate of Michael Augeri, deceased, and Town and Country Auto Sales, for fraud, negligent misrepresentation and other claims. Tutino purchased a Mazda dealership from Augeri, which was represented to have a working paint and body shop. Before selling the dealership the usable equipment was taking by Augeri to his General Motors dealership. Price: $10
Suit claims man hacked into website and stole proprietary data. Then he placed it on another site.
Dahn World, the computer services company for Dahn Centers, yoga, health, and martial arts training centers, is filing suit against Maryland resident Eun Hee Chung, for computer fraud, after defendant hacked into plaintiff's computer system where he obtained plaintiff's proprietary data from the site's Pandora's Box and displayed it on an infringing website. Price: $10
Alaskan sues PayPal after being investigated for fraud.
Brock Weidner, an Alaska resident, is suing PayPal seeking damages for defamation when Weidner was investigated for fraud and unauthorized transactions. Weidner alleges the PayPal told eBay sellers that he had reversed funds by filing complaints. Weidner insists that any problem with his PayPal account stem from defendant's failing to credit his account with $900.A10001 Price: $10
Re/Max sues company for using its name in seminars.
Re/Max International, a Colorado Corporation, is suing Income Strategies Institute (ISI), seeking damages and injunctive relief for unfair competition and trademark infringement. Re/Max alleges that ISI used the Re/Max trademarks in connection with its online seminars for strategies for obtaining income through real estate transactions. Consumers who used the defendant's workshops and seminars have accused ISI of fraud, deceptive business practices, and bait-and-switch tactics. Price: $10
Tutoring program sued for stealing training materials.
William Scrantom and Tennessee Tutoring are filing suit against Hugh Freiden, dba, Club Z!, for copyright infringement and fraud. Scrantom, the CEO of Tennessee Tutoring, alleges Freiden wrongfully claimed and uses training and study materials authored by Scrantom for contract through Club Z for the No Child Left Behind Act school tutoring. Price: $10
Countrywide Home Loans and Recontrust sued for collecting on duplicate loans.
Peter Russo, a resident of Pennsylvania, is filing suit against Recontrust Company and Countrywide Home Loans for wrongful foreclosure, fraud, and other claims, alleging Russo was wrongfully forced to pay off his $2.85 Million home twice after defendants insisted that there were two loan son plaintiff's property, as well as, liens. The suit alleges defendants scheduled a foreclosure without notifying plaintiff. Price: $10
Victim of embezzlement sues to recover restitution.
Margaret Dargan is filing suit against Washington residents Gary Ingram and Pamela Nodus, et al., to recover restitution. The suit alleges Ingram has been fraudulently transferring assets to his wife Pamela Nodus to avoid paying over $1 million in restitution to Dargan after Ingram was convicted of embezzlement and wire fraud. Price: $10
Church of Latter Day Saints and Boy Scouts of America sued by victim of childhood abuse.
Tom Doe, an adult born in 1954, is filing suit against The Corporation of the Presiding Bishop of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Boy Scouts of America, and the Ore-Ida Council of Boy Scouts of America for sexual abuse of a child, institution wide negligence, fraud, and other claims. The suit alleges plaintiff was sexually abused and molested for three years, between 1967 and 1970, by a Youth Leader and Scout Leader employed by defendants. Price: $10
The Huntington Treatment Center sued by estate of patient who died after receiving methadone.
Ohio resident Bobby Piatt, on behalf of the estate of Dana Jenkins, is filing suit against the Huntington Treatment Center, et al., for gross negligence, fraud and spoliation of evidence, alleging decedent died after she was administered Methadone, without a blood test, while under the influence of numerous impairing drugs. The suit alleges Huntington has refused to provide medical records relating to decedent's treatment and death. Price: $10
Ex-CEO steals patent secrets and diverts cash to his account, alleges lawsuit.
GolfSwitch, Inc., and Arizona based Spectrum Golf are suing Incuborn Solutions, Inc., d/b/a Cypress Golf Solutions and Michael Lousalot, for patent infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of contract, unjust enrichment, conversion, and fraud. Spectrum's former CEO, Lousalot, diverted over $70,000 of company funds for his own use and facilitated the defendant's patent infringement of plaintiff's patents. Price: $10
Embassy Suites sued by state employees who contracted Norovirus after a Christmas party.
South Carolina resident Virginia Harris, Tara Heddy, Kyle Mitchum, and Tamala Coon, et al., are filing suit against John Hammons Hotels Management, dba, Embassy Suites, alleging all of the plaintiffs contracted Norovirus after attending Christmas parties for the Lexington County Troopers' Association and Medicaid Anti-fraud Division at defendant's premises. Norovirus is found in feces and is spread by improper hand-washing before preparing food. Price: $10
Suit alleges false charges levied during meeting of Rolls Royce board.
M.S. Koly and Georgia-based Delcath Systems are filing suit against Elizabeth Enney, alleging defendant distributed a memo accusing plaintiff of fraud at the annual Rolls Royce Owner's Club board meeting. The memo allegedly accused plaintiff of conspiring to steal $9,000 from the Rolls Royce Club for the clubs treasurer to purchase Delcath stock. Price: $10
Insurance company sued by woman who claims she was coerced to drop workers comp claim.
Missouri resident Debra Battles is filing suit against United Fire & Casualty Company, and LuRie Fairlie and Mary Grimsley, for fraud, alleging that defendants misrepresented to her that she would be referred to a neurologist for her traumatic brain injury. Battles alleges defendants referred her to a psychiatrist to coerce her to dropping her workers' compensations claim, while she was suffering from brain injury related memory and comprehension deficits. Price: $10
Walgreens sued by custom injured by damaged sample of contact lens cleaner.
Deana Zapata, a resident of Minnesota, is filing suit against Walgreen Company, for deceptive trade practices, false advertising, and consumer fraud. The suit alleges Zapata suffered a damaged cornea and vision loss after using ClearCare Cleaning & Disinfecting Solution for contact lenses that was purchased from a clearance rack. The box was tattered, missing the lens case, missing the product information insert, and marked Individual Sample Not for Resale. Price: $10
Class action filed against Locus Telecommunications for concealing rates, charges, and expiration dates for prepaid phone cards.
Nora Monday is filing a class action suit against Locus Telecommunications, a New Jersey corporation, for fraud, deceptive trade practices and misrepresentation. The suit claims defendantts prepaid phone cards expire without notice, the rates are different than the rates disclosed, and there are hidden charges. In illegible fine print, in defendantts contract on the back of the calling cards they claim to disallow class action lawsuits. Price: $10
Fraud alleged in suit by insurance holder.
Larry Allen Harvey is suing Time Insurance Company, f/k/a Fortis insurance Company, seeking damages for fraud and misrepresentations made by defendant to induce plaintiffs to purchase “group” health insurance coverage. Plaintiff alleges that defendant never advised him that premium increases were calculated based upon plaintiff's health and personal claims experience, not the claims of the “group.” Price: $10
Estate of horseback rider sues Harmony Horsemanship for wrongful death and fraud.
Leslie Barkhurst, as a representative on the estate of Kristina Barkhurst, deceased, is filing suit against Wyoming resident Patricia Skinner, dba, Harmony Horsemanship for the wrongful death of 21 year old Kristina, and fraud, misrepresentation, and deceit, alleging decedent, an employee and student of Harmony, was killed while riding a horse that was not properly trained for the no- bridle techniques being used. The suit claims the owner Skinner was not qualified and had not been able to complete the no-bridle certification program. Price: $10
Nation-wide developer D.R. Horton sued for terminating employee who refused to condone illegal business practices.
James Ivey, a South Carolina resident, is filing suit against D.R. Horton for fraud deceit and other claims, alleging Ivey was wrongfully terminated from his position as a regional development and infrastructure planner after refusing to condone and participate in an illegal scheme to falsely inflate their "bottom line" by not paying suppliers and contractors timely. The suit alleges defendant used Ivey's private contractor license without his authorization in housing developments where numerous complaints regarding building and labor regulations were filed. Price: $10
Collection Associates and Indiana hospital sued in class action by inmates billed for medical expenses.
Ronald Michaels, on behalf of other Indiana inmate, is filing suit against Collection Associates, Floyd Memorial Hospital, and Southern Indiana Anesthesia Consultants, et al., for fraud, violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and Unjust enrichment, on behalf on himself and other inmates who were wrongfully charged for medical services received while incarcerated. The suit alleges Indiana law provides medical funding for inmates and limits the co-payment for uninsured inmates to $15. Price: $10
Lawyer sued for not protecting patent rights of inventor.
Texas resident Kevin Imes, individually and as 50% owner of Verve, is filing suit against Verve founder and co-owner, Raymond Galasso, and Simon, Galasso & Frantz for breach of fiduciary duty, malpractice, fraud and other claims. Imes alleges Galasso's negligent legal services caused Verve to loose patent rights worth in excess of $979 million and lose patent infringement suits worth $50 million. Price: $10
Gates Rubber sues former employee for writing textbook covering confidential trade secrets.
Michigan-based Gates Corporation, dba, Gates Rubber Company, is filing suit against Gang Sheng and the Taylor Francis Group, dba, CRC Press, alleging former employee Sheng violated the Uniform Trade Secrets Act, Lanham Act, and Computer fraud and Abuse Act, by authoring a text book published by the Taylor Group, entitled Friction-Induced Vibrations and Sound: Principles and Applications, which covers documents and information included in Employee Confidential Information, Invention and Copyright Agreements. Price: $10
20th Century Fox and Borat sued for misleading movie participants.
Cindy Streit, et al., are filing suit against Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Sacha Baron Cohen, et al., for civil conspiracy, commercial appropriation, invasion of privacy, false light, fraud, fraudulent inducement and other claims. Plaintiff, the owner of an etiquette training service, alleges agents of the movie Borat concealed their purpose, stating Borat was a foreign dignitary and the filming was for a Belarus Television documentary. The suit alleges defendants kept the costs of their movie down by tricking participants instead of paying profession actors. Price: $10
Exposure to toxic chemicals alleged by worker at World Trade Center.
Juvandy Gonzalez, a Staten Island resident is suing A Russo Wrecking, ABM Industries, ABM Janitorial Northeast, Amec Earth & Environmental, Atlantic Heydt, and Bechtel Construction, The World Trade Center, et al., for negligence, fear of cancer, fraud, and breach of duty after he was exposed to toxic and hazardous material and conditions while working as a sanitation worker for the NY Department of Sanitation at the World Trade Center Site. Gonzalez seeks damages for pain and suffering, disability, medial expenses, and punitive damages. Price: $10
Vet sues for failure to diagnose schizophrenia.
Oscar Thomas, a resident and retiree of the US Army, is suing The Secretary of Veterans Affairs, The Department of Veterans Affairs, and the U.S.A. alleging deprivation of constitutional rights and privileges, conspiracy to depriving personas of equal protection of the laws, intentional infliction of emotional distress, defamation, gross negligence, medical negligence, legal misconduct, mail and wire fraud, for failing to diagnose and warn him of the serious medical condition Schizophrenia with slight social and industrial impairment. Thomas seeks punitive damages of and compensatory damages. Price: $10
Limo service sues for being mentioned in DC Madam scandal.
Shirlington Limousine Transportation, a Virginia corporation, licensed to operate in Washington DC, and Christopher Baker, are filing suit against the San Diego Union Tribune and the Copley Press for libel, alleging defendants published an article entitled Co-conspirators, possible links to prostitute eyed.. The article, written by Dean Calbreath, falsely alleges Shirlington Limousine transported former congressman Duke Cunningham and various prostitutes to hotel suites. Cunningham resigned from congress in 2005 and was sentenced to eight years and four months in prison for fraud, tax evasion after taking millions of dollars in bribes. Price: $10
Estate of vacationer who died by downing sues Aquatic Adventures scuba diving.
Burke Veazey, on behalf of the estate of Ann Jordan, deceased, is filing suit against Shawn Hubbard and Hawaii corporation Aquatic Adventures for fraud, deceit, wrongful death, negligence, and survival action. The suit alleges decedent nearly drowned while participating in a 2 for the price of 1 Discover Scuba Diving Course hosted by defendant. Defendant failed to hold the course in the proper environment, such as calm water or a pool. Defendant also told decedent not to use the buoyancy control device in the scuba equipment and left decedent unattended underwater where she nearly drowned and died a week later in the hospital. Price: $10
Mortgage company alleges theft of its website.
Home Buyers Marketing is suing Colorado-based Financial Strategies Capital Resources, and Team Effort Homes Real Estate Equities Company, seeking damages and injunctive relief for copyright infringement and violation of the Computer fraud and Abuse Act. Home Buyers Marketing alleges that defendants stole the content on its highly successful home financing website. Financial Strategies and Team Effort illicitly accessed plaintiff's copyright and proprietary information for use of its competing website. Price: $10
Christian Academy more like a dungeon alleges suit.
William Cavitt is suing Bob Wills, a/k/a Bobby Ray Wills, Betty Sue Wills, Sam Gerhardt, Deborah Gerhardt, d/b/a Mountain Park Boarding Academy, Aaron Smith, and Palm Lane Baptist Church, seeking damages for fraud, assault, battery, false imprisonment, negligence in failing to provide medical treatment to incarcerated minors, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Mountain Park Boarding Academy in conjunction with Palm Lane Baptist Church operates a $2 to $3 million annual business in Tennessee by trafficking children in interstate commerce. Mountain Park advertises itself as a Christian academy with a loving atmosphere and 24-hour secure supervision. “Students” at the academy were coerced to use prescription drugs and terrorize and beat other students. Students were locked in the facility. Price: $10
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