Class Action

Our attorneys have been involved in prosecuting a number of national class action lawsuits.

KGG Law Firm Investigating Misrepresentation by Buffalo Wild Wings

The firm is currently investigating potential deceptive trade practices relating to Buffalo Wild Wings (“BWW”).  A suit has been commenced alleging that the company made misrepresentations and omissions which deceived vegetarians and certain other consumers into choosing, consuming and paying for items which were cooked in beef tallow. Beef tallow is used to fry the products prepared at BWW and is not disclosed on the menu which may have lead vegetarians or persons with special dietary needs due to religious or health reasons, to purchase a meal which was prepared using a beef product. If you have any interest in speaking with an attorney at the firm about this matter, please contact Gary S. Graifman, Esq., Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C., at, 210 Summit Avenue, Montvale, New Jersey 07645 or via telephone: (888) 624-4916; or Fax: (201) 307-1086.

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Home Depot Data Breach Settlement.

Attorney Gary S. Graifman of Kantrowitz Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C. was a member of the 5 man Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee involved in running the litigation. Advisen Cyber FPN Article on Home Depot Settlement

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Volkswagen & Audi Timing Chain Defect Investigation by KGG

  The firm is currently investigating possible defects in timing chain tensioning systems installed in certain VW models, including the following: Audi A3, A4, A5, Volkswagen CC, Beetle, EOS, Golf/GTI, Jetta, Passat, Sports Wagon, and Tiguan (the “Subject Vehicles”). This defect involves 2009 through 2012 2.0 TSI engines and Audi 3.2 or 4.2 Engines ,which are the VW/Audi primary four or six cylinder gasoline engine for the U.S. market during this time period. The tensioner one way ratchet/pawl design is supposed to allow the hydraulic tensioner pistons to only move outward from the tensioner body in steps to adjust for chain strength and chain rail wear. The design of this cheap metal pawlretainer chip is insufficient to keep the tensioner piston from being forced back into the body under certain conditions usually when the engine reaches 30-50,000 miles plus. It appears that the evidence demonstrates VW/Audi knew of the problem…
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Proposed Fantasy Sports MDL Teems With Venue Requests

  By Carolina Bolado Law360, Fort Myers (January 28, 2016, 9: 27 PM ET) — Both plaintiffs and defendants involved in dozens of proposed class actions aimed at fantasy sports websites DraftKings Inc. and FanDuel Inc. pitched consolidation of the  cases Thursday, but they were all over the  map about the venue. In a hearing in Fort Myers, Florida, the Judicial  Panel on  Multidistrict  Litigation  heard pleas for consolidation in the Southern District of New York, the Southern District of Florida, the Eastern District of Louisiana,  the  Southern  District of  Illinois, the  District of  Colorado  and the  District of  Massachusetts. Because the suits’ claims are not identical — some allege insider trading, others deceptive marketing and others that the contests are illegal forms of gambling — several plaintiffs argued for coordination before a single judge, but not necessarily consolidation. Gary Graifman of Kantrowitz Goldhamer & Graifman PC, who represents a…
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Class action lawsuit filed against DraftKings and FanDuel

A class action lawsuit was filed in federal court in Manhattan on Thursday accusing DraftKings and FanDuel of negligence, fraud and false advertising. The case was brought by Adam Johnson of Kentucky, who says he deposited $100 into a DraftKings account. Read more…

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Princeton woman one of hundreds to sue Volkswagen over car emissions

A Princeton woman joined hundreds of car owners across the country when she filed a lawsuit last week against Volkswagen and a local Volkswagen dealership for lying about clean car emissions. In a lawsuit filed on Oct. 19 in Mercer County Superior Court, Princeton resident Elizabeth Zuckerman, an attorney representing herself, claimed she bought a car from a Princeton Volkswagen dealership in 2012 that was advertised by the seller as “environmentally friendly and ‘a clean diesel,’according to the lawsuit. Read more

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Volkswagen Faces Over 350 U.S. Lawsuits from Diesel Scandal

Not only is Volkswagen in hot water with the Environmental Protection Agency, but it also faces more than 350 lawsuits from individual consumers related to its diesel gate scandal. Now, judges are gearing up to decide where to send all of these cases, an effort that likely won’t come without controversy. Soon, a panel of judges is expected to assign the cases against Volkswagen to a single court to streamline the litigation process, reports The New York Times. Then, a judge will appoint only a small group of the plaintiffs’ lawyers to represent the cases. Read more

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Lawsuit of the week: Class actions pile up against Volkswagen over diesel vehicle emissions deception

A claim was filed by 1006123 B.C. Ltd. doing business as Blitzkrieg Motorcars in BC Supreme Court on September 24. It names Volkswagen Group Canada Inc., Volkswagen Group of America Inc. and Volkswagen AG as defendants.

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VW does not want to fight diesel class action suit in California

Volkswagen knows it has a long legal battle ahead of it over the diesel emissions contretemps. History is a good enough guide for that knowledge, even better are the 350 lawsuits filed in 41 states and the District of Columbia so far, with more coming daily. The company does not want to fight that battle in California, which is where some of the plaintiff’s attorneys who are aiming to combine cases have requested they be transferred. Read more…

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Lawsuits Could Force VW to Buy Back Cheating Diesels

Volkswagen almost inevitably will have to compensate owners of diesel cars equipped with emissions-rigging software. Some legal experts say the automaker could be forced to buy back the cars altogether. Many of the more than 200 lawsuits filed in the past few weeks allege that for seven years VW marketed four-cylinder diesel Golfs, Jettas, Beetles and Passats as clean alternatives to gas engines, knowing all along that the cars were spewing pollution that far exceeded legal limits. Read more…

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