Highlight: 3rd Circuit Affirms District Court’s Order Granting Class Certification in Case Against Bucks County and Bucks County Correctional Facility

On July 6, 2017, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled in favor of Plaintiff Daryoush Taha, who is represented by his counsel Jonathan Shub, Robert J. LaRocca, and Kevin Laukaitis along with co-counsel, Abramson & Denenberg, P.C. Mr. LaRocca argued successfully the case before the Third Circuit panel consisting of... Read More

Little Known NJ Statute (TCCWNA) Causing Retailers Headaches

The rise of modern technology and an increase of people shopping online is giving new awareness to the Truth-In-Consumer Contract Warranty and Notice Act (TCCWNA). Originally passed in 1982, it allows New Jersey consumers to bring class action lawsuits against retailers who sell consumer products. Though this Act was unnoticed for roughly three decades, now... Read More

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Problems with Apple’s Powerbeats is Investigated

Apple’s universal image and brand communicates trust, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Not sloppy craftsmanship or defective products. Which is why consumers are having trouble with Apple’s line of Bluetooth wireless headphones known as Powerbeats. Many Powerbeats2 and Powerbeats3 owners are finding that the wireless headphones stop working. Not even accepting a charge before their warranty is... Read More

Whirlpool Dryer Fire Hazard

Are you experiencing Whirlpool Cabrio dryer problems too? You’re not alone. Whirlpool Cabrio and Duet dryers are becoming suspect as a fire hazard. Apparently, the problem lies with the dryers’ lint traps. The traps are built in a way that is letting lint build up in an inaccessible area adjacent to the dryer ignition, resulting... Read More

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