KGG Investigating Cash App Data Breach

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KANTROWITZ, GOLDHAMER & GRAIFMAN, P.C., are investigating a case against Block, Inc. (“Block”) the company that developed Cash App.  Cash App is a mobile payment service that allows users to transfer money to one another using a mobile-phone app. Block, a financial service company, announced a potentially massive data security incident involving over 8 million users of the mobile-app Cash …

KGG Investigating Broward Health Data Breach and Stolen Patient Information

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The attorneys of Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman are currently investigating a large-scale data breach reported by Broward Health, which runs dozens of medical facilities throughout Broward County, Florida. According to the healthcare system, the breach impacted the protective personal information of more than 1.3 million patients and employees. The cyberattack took place on October 15, 2021, when hackers gained illegal …

KGG Investigating Toxic Metals in Baby Foods Linked to Autism and Other Health Risks

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Lead, arsenic, cadmium, and mercury are toxic heavy metals that can impact a child’s neurological development and long-term brain function when ingested.  According to test results obtained by the Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy, an alarming number of baby foods contain significant levels of these dangerous metals. Toxic Baby Food Lawsuit – Free Case Evaluation Eligibility to file a …

KGG Investigating Jaguar, Range Rover, Mercedes Benz, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin and other high end luxury vehicles for Sticky Buttons Defect

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KGG is currently investigating a putative class action for certain vehicles which contain peeling or sticky surfaces of interior electrical switches which can include the steering wheel switches, door and window switches, air conditioning switches, radio control buttons and/or center console panel trim. These driver or passenger touch points are peeling or are sticky to the touch when exposed to …

KGG Investigating Samsung’s Chromebook Plus 2-in-1 portable computer which contains defective hinges that cause the screen to split, rupture or suffer other serious damage.

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KGG is currently investigating a putative class action concerning Samsung Electronics America’s (“Samsung”) concealment of a known material defect in the Chromebook Plus 2-in-1 portable computer.  The Chromebook is built with a 360-degree rotating touchscreen performing both as a notebook, and an ultra-mobile premium tablet.  However, the display hinges are defective in that they detach from their mounting point within …

Rock Spring Golf Club Cheated Out of $11 Million Sale of the Company

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Golf club members who terminate their memberships continue to discover just how difficult it is to recover their initiation fees. This is notwithstanding contractual clauses in their membership agreements that clearly promised fee refunds. In early 2021, for example, a New Jersey appeals court affirmed the dismissal of a lawsuit by 26 former members of the Rock Spring Golf Club …

KGG Investigating Neutrogena’s Sunscreen Products for failure to warn consumers that these products may contain Benzene which is classified as a human carcinogen

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KGG is currently investigating a putative class action for the false representations by Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Inc., (“J&J”) that its Neutrogena and/or Aveeno brand sunscreens manufactured by J&J have benzene-contamination.  These sunscreens are dangerous because they contain carcinogenic toxins that can cause cancer with repeated exposure. If you have purchased any of the following products: a. Neutrogena Beach Defense …

KGG Law Investigates Possible Class Action Concerning AT&T Rewards Card Scheme

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Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C. is currently investigating a potential class action against AT&T, Inc. based on its promising prospective new customers promotional reward cards to induce new customers to contract with AT&T for its various communications-related services, but for which it applies restrictions that make the card worth nothing or substantially less. For example, the cards, valued at between …

Trump Golf Club Members at Risk of Losing Their Deposits

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The Trump Organization and its Golf Clubs are no strangers to litigation. In 2018, the Organization settled a class action lawsuit by members of the Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, who sued to recover membership fee refunds that were wrongfully withheld after they resigned from the club. More recently, the Trump Organization sued New York City over the …

Resigned Golf Club Members File Lawsuits Over Deposit Refunds

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Golf clubs across the country are embroiled in numerous lawsuits over unpaid membership fee refunds. Typically, 100 percent of a member’s initial deposit will be completely refunded after they resign their membership and/or after a certain agreed-upon period of time, such as 30 years. These deposits can range from tens of thousands to even hundreds of thousands of dollars. Some …