Notice to the bar
...Barry Cepelewicz, Richard Nealon, Meiselman, Denlea, Packman, Carton & Eberz, White Plains, N.Y. Trial...
...Barry Cepelewicz, M.D., previously a partner at Meiselman, Denlea, Packman, Carton & Eberz in White Plains, N.Y., where he chaired the...
The trial court mistakenly exercised its discretion in not certifying the class of New Jersey Relacore purchasers on plaintiff's Consumer Fraud Act claim
A class-action suit is the best method for resolving multiple consumer fraud claims against a drug manufacturer over its allegedly deceptive advertising of the diet drug Relacore, New Jersey's Suprem
...media advertising campaign," said Carton, of White Plains' Meiselman, Denlea, Packman, Carton & Eberz. The suit, Lee v. Carter-Reed...
This notice is to advise that the Supreme Court, after considering the application and all comments, has designated all pending and future actions arising out of the use of Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella as
A suit alleging that the maker of the dietary supplement Relacore fraudulently marketed it for use in cutting belly fat and stress is not right for class-action treatment, says a New Jersey appeals c
Under the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, the District Court properly placed the burden on the parties seeking removal to prove to a legal certainty that the amount in controversy exceeds the stat
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