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Title Insurance Overcharges
Did you refinance your home within the last 3 years: possible overcharges or other wrongdoing
If you believe you were misinformed, misled, tricked or cheated in any way in connection with your recent mortgage transaction, please contact my office. If your rights were violated you may be entitled to a substantial refund or credit. For more details and information about how I can help you please contact me, or call 215-238-0468 for a free consultation.
Read about the Class Action against Wal-Mart for violations of the employee retirement income security act of 1974 and of settlement.
What's Next: The Plaintiff's Perspective – Title Insurers Face New RICO Exposure
In late January, 2010 U.S. District Judge Joel H. Slomsky refused to dismiss class action RICO consumer suits alleging that defendants overcharged for title insurance by willfully ignoring mandated discounts. There have been numerous similar complaints in recent years, but this litigation marks the first time a court expressly affirmed that RICO claims are supportable in such cases. Click here for more...
The Case Against Wal-Mart is Settled
Many complaints have been filed against Wal-Mart for failing to pay their hourly employees all the wages they are entitled to receive. This means that Wal-Mart has also failed to make all the required contributions to their employees’ 401k and stock option plans. Mr. King has sued Wal-Mart to obtain these benefits for other plan participants like himself.
In October 2009, a settlement of this case was approved by the U.S. District Court of the District of Nevada. Click here for more...