Jessica Sleater Interviewed for Supporting Diversity in Judiciary Appointments

For the first time ever, white male judges made up less that one half of judges appointed to oversee multi-district litigation, including national class actions and mass torts. The diversity of appointments included judges of different races and women. Andersen Sleater Sianni attorney, Jessica Sleater, was interviewed for highlighting diversity in the arguing for the appointment of a certain judge in her case before the multi-district panel. She emphasized the importance of diversity in the judiciary particularly in considering class actions that involve a significant group of individuals in the population from different backgrounds as well. Click here to read the article on MDLs fo

NY Appellate Court Uphold Reforms Against Title Insurance Companies

A NY appellate court reverses a lower court ruling to uphold reforms passed against title insurance companies. It has long been a practice baked into the cost of real estate transactions that brokers refer homeowners to title insurance companies they know and the cost of that insurance is passed down to homeowners without any benefit. New York based reforms to reign in this practice to protect homeowners. Click here to read more about the Court's ruling on title insurance regulations. Andersen Sleater Sianni represents individuals who have been scammed in kickback or other fraudulent schemes.

Advertising Group Investigates New Chocolate Drink

Truth In Advertising investigated a new drink called Crio Bru that claims to both keep you focused, awake and relax you to fall asleep. It found conflicting representations that the drink made of cacao presents itself to make some representations that could be viewed as "feel good" health claims. Click here to read more about the investigation. Andersen Sleater Sianni's attorneys represent consumer in situations where a product is falsely advertised to have attributes that it does not.

NY AG Report of Mislabeled Fish Provokes Lawsuit

The New York Attorney General's Office published a report following its investigation of various supermarkets and DNA testing of seafood that revealed rampant mislabeling in New York. Some chain stores like Food Bizarre, Foodtown and Stew Leonard's were caught mislabeling the majority of their fish as more premium varieties. For example, certain fish were labeled as Red Snapper, Sole or Wild Caught Salmon, when they were not in order to sell them at higher prices to unsuspecting customers. A class action has been filed against Stew Leonard regarding this. Click here to read the lawsuit and AG report. Andersen Sleater Sianni's attorneys represent consumers who have been defrauded.

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