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Boost Mobile: Lose Your Prepaid Phone Minutes?

Zeldes & Haeggquist, LLP is investigating a potential class action lawsuit against Boost Mobile, one of Sprint’s pre-paid brands. Boost Mobile sells wireless phones and services without long-term contracts. To pay for Boost Mobile’s prepaid services, customers periodically add money to their Boost Mobile accounts. However, consumers claim Boost Mobile withdraws any money a customer doesn’t…

201202.04
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Investigation of Human Genome Sciences, Inc. (HGSI)

Zeldes & Haeggquist, LLP has commenced an investigation into Human Genome Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ: HGSI) to determine whether it has violated securities laws by issuing false and misleading statements to its shareholders between July 20, 2009 and November 11, 2010. We are investigating whether Human Genome issued false and misleading statements during the Class Period…

201112.28
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ZH Law Announces Apple Adapter Settlement

ZH Law Announces Apple Adapter Settlement Zeldes & Haeggquist, LLP is proud to announce the settlement of a nationwide consumer class action against Apple, Inc.   You may be able to participate in this settlement which has both a cash refund component and a replacement program, so please take a moment to review the following.   Zeldes…

201104.06
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EEOC issues new regulations for determining disabled employees.

On March 24th 2011 the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission(EEOC) established new regulations to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that would enable employers to determine who qualifies as disabled. The new ADA amendments Act (ADAAA) overturned a few Supreme Court decisions that congress believed determined disability “too narrowly.” The amendment now includes HIV infection, diabetes,…

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Under California Law, You Have One Year to File Harassment, Discrimination or Retaliation Claims

Under California law, before filing a lawsuit for harassment, discrimination or retaliation, you must file an administrative complaint with the Department of Fair Employment & Housing (“DFEH”).  The administrative complaint must be filed within one year of the date on which the unlawful practice occurred.  Cal. Gov. Code § 12960(d). The California Supreme Court has made…