KS&G Investigates Melting Remington Curling Setter

January 17, 2019- Kohn, Swift & Graf, P.C. is currently investigating Remington -a popular hair tool products company- for melting curling setter. KS&G is investigating claims for a potential class action involving the Remington Hair Setter.

Debt Collection on Unauthorized Fees

December 19, 2018- Earlier this month, the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey granted class certification to a group of borrowers alleging that a debt collection company misrepresented late charges accruing on student loan debt after default, in violation of the FDCPA.

KS&G Attorney, Kevin Laukaitis Quoted in Article

KSG attorney, Kevin Laukaitis, was quoted in an article written by Food Drive titled “5 lawsuits that could change the food industry”. The Food Drive article explores the increased amount of lawsuits surrounding false labeling claims. Mr. Laukaitis discusses the “healthy product” marketing trend in which companies falsely label their products in attempts to persuade… Read More

KS&G Sues Marriott for Privacy Breach

December 10, 2018- Kohn, Swift & Graf has filed a class action lawsuit against Marriott International, Inc. for failure to secure and safeguard their customers’ information including their names, birthdates, locations, email addresses, payment card information and passport information.

Employees File Suit for Biometric Violations

November 19, 2018- Plaintiff consumers and employees continue to file class action lawsuits alleging violations of Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act, a statute that purports to govern the collection, use and disclosure of individuals’ biometric information.

Law360 Article Featuring KS&G Sperian Lawsuit

October 22, 2018- On October 18, Law360, a legal news service, published an article titled “Ill. Class Sues Power Retailer Over ‘Bait & Switch’ Pricing,” featuring our recently filed class action lawsuit against Sperian Energy in the Northern District of Illinois. The article outlines the key nature of the suit and delves into some of… Read More

Sperian Energy will Refund Illinois Customers

October 18, 2018-Sperian Energy will refund $2.65 million to Illinois consumers for allegedly violating the Public Utilities Act and the commission’s rules with its marketing. Sperian Energy is a deregulated energy service company that sells electricity in Illinois, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and Ohio. The company has also agreed to suspend all marketing efforts in… Read More