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NCAA
Beth Fegan and Lynn Ellenberger lead a class-action case brought on behalf of  three former student-athletes lawsuit against the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), the NCAA Board of Governors, and John Rembao, the former track and cross-country coach at the University of Arizona, University of Texas-Austin and other NCAA universities.
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Allergan
FeganScott filed a national class-action lawsuit against Allergan, the manufacturers of BIOCELL textured and “gummy” breast implants. The suit claims that, although the FDA issued a recall for Allergan’s BIOCELL products, the company has no plans to provide medical monitoring.
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Roundup
FeganScott filed a national class-action lawsuit on behalf of a nationwide class of persons who used Roundup in the agricultural or commercial context, because glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, is associated with an increased risk of developing cancer.
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Zantac
FeganScott filed a national class-action lawsuit on behalf of a nationwide class of consumers, claiming pharmaceutical giants GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi, among others, failed to warn consumers that the heartburn medication, Zantac, produces unsafe levels of a clinically proven carcinogen in the body.
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FeganScott’s class-action lawsuit against Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA, in Spanish AutorÍdad de Energia Eléctirica, AEE), alleges that PREPA accepted non-compliant fuel oil while charging plaintiffs prices for compliant fuel oil.
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TSP Class Action
FeganScott filed a national class-action lawsuit on behalf of individuals who did not timely receive their contractually agreed-upon Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) deposits from their employer, the United States of America, during the partial government shutdown.
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Filed Dec. 6, 2017 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, the lawsuit states that Miramax and The Weinstein Company (which Weinstein co-founded) facilitated Weinstein’s organized pattern of predatory behavior.
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Beth Fegan filed the first class-action lawsuit against Samsung Electronics and Apple, claiming the manufacturers knowingly subjected smartphone users to radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic radiation levels far in excess of mandated limits while misrepresenting the smartphone’s safety.
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FeganScott’s Beth Fegan filed the first proposed class-action lawsuit against CafePress, claiming the online retailer allowed hackers to access millions of consumers’ credit information.