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Who has received a call from TOMA Thomson Services?

One of the latest cold callers detected is TOMA Thomson Services.

This company cold calls consumers to inform them that there has been a successful claim against their Holiday club, which the Consumer did not know anything about, and they have been awarded money. 228 more words

Warnings

Over 112 Million Healthcare Records Hacked in 2015 Data Breaches

Source: Data Breaches In Healthcare Totaled Over 112 Million Records In 2015

According to Office of Civil Rights (OCR) under Health and Human Services, in 2015 there were 253 healthcare breaches that affected 500 individuals or more with a combined loss of over 112 million records. 46 more words

Consumer Protection

Papa John’s Faces Class Action for Minimum Wage, Overtime Violations

A suit seeking class and collective action status to cover current and former employees of Papa John’s has been filed in federal court in California. It claims that Papa John’s violated federal, California, and New York law by failing to pay minimum wage and overtime. 272 more words

Employment

Sullivan & Cromwell Discusses Supreme Court Ruling on Class-Action Waivers

In the consolidated cases of Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, Ernst & Young LLP v. Morris, and National Labor Relations Board v. Murphy Oil USA, Inc., 1,773 more words

Toms Shoes Faces Class Action Overtime Violation Suit

Toms Shoes faces a class action lawsuit for failing to pay its employees proper amounts of overtime under federal and California law.

Teena Musselman, who has worked for Toms since October 2016, filed the suit and seeks class action status for herself and coworkers who were hourly, non-exempt employees and entitled to overtime pay. 196 more words

Employment

NFL, Players Association Face Class Action Lawsuit Over Players’ Retirement Plan, Concussions

The National Football League (NFL), the National Football League Players Association, and members of the board of the Bert Bell/Pete Rozelle NFL Player Retirement Plan are being sued by a former NFL player who claims that the board breached its fiduciary duty to him in violation of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) and seeks class action status to include other players and former players who might also have been harmed. 596 more words

Employment

Exotic Dance Marathon Ends with $4.5 Million Misclassification Award

The Penthouse Club of Philadelphia was hit with a $4.5 million jury award for having misclassified its dancers as independent contractors. This case was filed in 2013, and the federal court just recently entered the… 415 more words