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We’re a nationwide class action law firm dedicated to helping victims of sexual abuse, discrimination, consumer fraud, products liability and antitrust violations while supporting community-driven legal needs and access to healthcare

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Current Cases

NCAA, John Rembao

Beth Fegan and Lynn Ellenberger lead a class action case brought on behalf of three former student-athletes against the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), the NCAA Board of Governors, and John Rembao, the former track and cross-country coach at the…

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Harvey Weinstein, The Weinstein Company Holdings LLC

FeganScott represents more than a dozen women in the entertainment industry who allege that Harvey Weinstein, The Weinstein Company (“TWC”), other companies owned by Weinstein, and their respective officers, directors, and executives facilitated Harvey Weinstein’s decades-long pattern of unlawful sexual…

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On February 25, 2020, Beth Fegan was named co-lead counsel for plaintiffs in a multi-district litigation (MDL) filed against Allergan, the manufacturers of BIOCELL textured and “gummy” breast implants. The MDL is currently pending in the United States District Court…

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FeganScott announced the preliminary approval of a $2.5 million class action settlement on behalf of purchasers of certain black pepper products in California, Florida and Missouri. The settlement will resolve consumer claims that McCormick & Company under-filled its black pepper…

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NCAA - Concussions

As part of the co-lead counsel team, Beth prosecuted a nationwide class action lawsuit against the NCAA for failing to implement best practices for treatment of concussions in sports, thereby exacerbating the symptoms and putting student-athletes at risk for catastrophic…

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Baby Products Antitrust

Baby Products Antitrust Beth Fegan was co-lead counsel in a nationwide class action against Babies “R” Us and several baby product manufacturers. The suit claimed the retailer and manufacturers conspired to inflate prices of high-end baby products, including car seats,…

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We’re always working to leverage our passion for advocacy to zealously represent our clients and the causes we care about.

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FeganScott is proud to be a powerful ally for consumers and small businesses. In every case, we fight zealously to right wrongs with passion, integrity and excellence.

FeganScott in the News

TikTok Consumer Privacy Class Settlement Includes $92M Payout

By: Ashley Cullins | The Hollywood Reporter   TikTok has reached a deal that will resolve a class-action complaint over consumer privacy violations via its current app and its predecessor, Musical.ly, and, if approved by the court, the video-sharing social platform…

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Establishing a Plaintiff-Friendly E-Discovery Framework in Asymmetrical Litigation

By: Melissa Ryan Clark,   With discovery’s shift to electronically stored information (ESI) has come a torrent of ever-changing best practices. Many of the common guideposts for managing eDiscovery aim to facilitate a transparent and collaborative process—but are tailored to…

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Proposed $2 Billion Class Settlement in Monsanto Roundup Injury Litigation

FeganScott’s advocacy for agricultural workers, landscapers, and consumers exposed to Roundup contributed to a nearly $2 billion settlement submitted to the federal court in California for preliminary approval in February 2021. The settlement will provide people who have been exposed…

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2020 in Review: The Cases and Causes that Changed Us

By: Beth Fegan What year-end recap can do justice to what we have all been through? The challenges of a world-wide pandemic, calls for social justice, and a politically fraught election all conspired to make 2020 a remarkable year. At…

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Lawsuit by HBCU athletes fights what it calls NCAA’s systemic racism

By Derrick Z. Jackson | ESPN's The Undefeated   Black athletes have launched a legal assault on what they are calling the chronic bias by the NCAA. Last month in federal court in Indianapolis, a lawsuit was filed alleging the governing body…

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Illinois-Based Charity Targeted in Lawsuit Alleging Orphanage Trafficking in Kenya

CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today an Illinois-based charity was sued under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, claiming the non-profit, First Love International Ministries, and its partner, Loving InDeed, stripped Kenyan children from or failed to return them to their homes…

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