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Yahoo Data Breach Class Action


Trump University LitigationRobbins Geller recently filed a class action lawsuit against Yahoo! Inc. (“Yahoo”) arising out of Yahoo’s reckless disregard for the safety and security of its customers’ personal, private information, which resulted in the hack into Yahoo’s network and theft of data for 500 million Yahoo users worldwide. This was the largest data breach in history, and has caused severe financial and emotional damage to Yahoo account holders who have been required to purchase costly credit and/or identity theft protection, which Yahoo refuses to pay for. Robbins Geller currently represents Yahoo customers from around the globe.

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NHL Concussion Lawsuit
NHL Cuncussion LawsuitRobbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP, Silverman Thompson Slutkin White LLC, and Zimmerman Reed, PLLP, have been appointed Plaintiffs' Co-Lead Counsel in In re National Hockey League Players' Concussion Injury Litigation, a consolidated class action lawsuit brought on behalf of several former NHL players, alleging that the NHL engaged in a decades-long plan to conceal from the players the risks of concussions and developing serious brain diseases from playing hockey in the NHL.

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Chrysler Customers and Lessees
Ocwen Loan Servicing LitigationRecently, Chrysler Group LLC issued additional recalls for several models suspected of having a faulty tie rod assembly that can fail without warning.  Our investigation of Chrysler’s recalls going back to 2009, reveals that the company has not properly addressed the defect and that they continue to place users at risk for catastrophic injury.  In fact, many owners and lessees have complained that the recalled components are not of sufficient quality or are not available at all.

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GM Customers and Lessees
Ocwen Loan Servicing LitigationRecently, General Motors issued sweeping recalls for several models suspected of having a faulty switch that can automatically turn the car's ignition switch and prevent the air bags from deploying as well disabling other electronic components — while the car is in motion.  Our investigation of GM’s recalls has demonstrated that the company has not been as open and honest as they could have been and that they continue to place users at risk for catastrophic injury.  In fact, GM has already admitted that it did not move quick enough in issuing the ignition switch recalls.  More than 2.6 million cars have been recalled so far.

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