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Recent Filings – August Digest

View Amanda Pickens’ Complete Bio at robinsonbradshaw.comNot every class action court filing in North and South Carolina becomes a full-length post on our blog. Here is a recap of August’s filings:

Clark, et al. v. Harrah’s NC Casino Company, LLC, et al.; No. 1:17-cv-00240 (W.D.N.C. August 31, 2017) (purported collective and class action brought under federal and state wage and hour laws by “gaming floor employees” alleging defendants violated these laws by failing to pay regular wage and overtime compensation by requiring them to perform work during their meal breaks.)

Dibble, et al. v. Williams & Fudge, Inc., et al.; No. 0:17-cv-02351 (D.S.C. August 31, 2017 ) (purported class action brought under the FDCPA by consumers in the state of Wyoming who allege the defendant collection agency company sent collection letters attempting to charge a fee for debit/credit card payments made to a community college.)

Payne, et al. v. Amazon.com, Inc.; No. 2:17-cv-02313 (D.S.C. August 29, 2017) (purported class action brought under federal and state unfair trade practice, consumer protection, and products liability laws alleging the “Eclipse Glasses” sold by Amazon were defective and dangerous and the recall issued by Amazon was “too little” as well as “too late”.)

Butler, et al. v. Fluor Corporation, et al.; No. 0:17-cv-02201 (D.S.C. August 18, 2017) (one of two putative class lawsuits brought under the federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act by former employees of defendants alleging they were terminated on July 31, 2017 without cause and without 60 days’ advance written notice as required by the Act. The other previously reported case is: Pennington, et al. v. Fluor Corporation, et al.; No. 0:17-cv-02094 (D.S.C. August 8, 2017).)

Roskopf, et al. v. Park Sterling Corporation, et al.; No. 3:17-cv-00483 (W.D.N.C. August 14, 2017) (purported class action brought by shareholders of Park Sterling Bank against the bank and its directors alleging a false and misleading registration statement was filed with the SEC regarding its proposed merger with South State Bank.)

Moseman, et al. v. U.S. Bank N.A.; No. 3:17-cv-00481 (W.D.N.C. August 14, 2017 ) (purported collective and class action brought under federal and state wage and hour laws by plaintiffs, who were preliminary investigators researching accounts highlighted for suspicious activity, alleging defendants failed to pay overtime compensation for work in excess of 40 hours a week.)

Fokes, et al. v. AARGON Collection Agency, et al.; No. 2:17-cv-2121 (D.S.C. August 10, 2017) (purported class action brought under the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act by South Carolina residents alleging defendants used false and misleading representations in collection letters in order to collect a higher debt than was actually owed.)

Pennington, et al. v. Fluor Corporation, et al.; No. 0:17-cv-02094 (D.S.C. August 8, 2017) (purported class action brought under the federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act by former employees of defendants alleging they were terminated on July 31, 2017 without cause and without 60 days’ advance written notice as required by the Act.)

Bright, et al. v. Taishan Gypsum Co., Ltd., et al.; No. 2:17-cv-00035 (E.D.N.C. August 1, 2017) (one of two purported class actions brought under various state consumer products acts by real property owners who allege the various defendants designed, manufactured, or generally sold and marketed defective Chinese manufactured drywall that contained compounds which caused damage to the plaintiffs and their property. The second case is: DeOliveira, et al. v. Taishan Gypsum Co., Ltd.; No. 4:17-cv-02019 (D.S.C. August 1, 2017).)

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