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Axler Goldich Investigation: Harm Caused by Amtrak’s Spraying of Herbicides Onto Neighboring Private Property

Axler Goldich is investigating claims that Amtrak has sprayed herbicides onto property and homes that border train tracks.  Axler Goldich’s clients were recently interviewed for an article in regarding their concerns: Axler Goldich is committed to protecting the environment and those that have been harmed by environmental pollution.  If you or someone you know has suffered property » Read More

Call Center Employees Wrongfully Deprived Wages

Call center employees are often expected to boot up and log-in to their computer terminals, wait for connectivity issues to be resolved, and perform various other functions that are considered vital to their job duties.  The time it takes to create a secure connection, log in and out, startup software programs, and various other necessary » Read More

Axler Goldich LLC Honored with Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Designations

The legal team at Axler Goldich LLC, a Philadelphia-based class action, mass tort, and personal injury law firm, is driven and dedicated to upholding the rights of clients nationwide. Attorneys at the firm have a record of taking on the largest companies in the world when they cause economic harm, environmental hazards, personal injury, or » Read More

Retail Giant Zara Hit with Class Action Lawsuit Alleging Consumer Fraud

The popular Spanish clothing retailer Zara uses tags that show prices in euros, even here in the United States. In August 2016, a class action lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles alleging that the company is deceiving and confusing customers with the tags because the euro price is a number significantly lower than the actual » Read More

EPA Investigating Health Risks Associated With Artificial Turf

The federal government is soon expected to release the results of the first comprehensive study of the health risks associated with “crumb rubber,” a synthetic material made from recycled tires that is used on many soccer fields and playground areas. Many experts are expecting that the study will acknowledge the long-suspected link between crumb rubber » Read More

Class Action Lawsuit for 2007-2012 Chrysler Dodge Ram Cummins Diesel Engines

Owners of 2007 to 2012 Chrysler Dodge Ram trucks with Cummins diesel engines may be entitled to damages in a current class action lawsuit. In 2001, the EPA announced changes to emissions standards. The new standards were to take effect no later than 2010. They required that nitrogen oxide (NOx) pollutants had to be recaptured » Read More

Consumers Complain About Apple “Touch Disease”

There have been multiple reports of design defects inherent in Apple’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus causing “touch disease,” resulting in permanent malfunction of the device. Touch disease occurs when the display bar at the top of Apple’s iPhone 6 or 6 Plus flickers and the touchscreen becomes slow to respond. Eventually the touchscreen freezes » Read More

HP Admits Updating Its Printers With Firmware That Rejects Generic Ink Cartridges

In a move to prevent owners of HP printers from using generic or non-HP ink cartridges, HP installed firmware into its printers that will disable them unless an HP-brand cartridge is in place. This new firmware is a form of digital rights management (“DRM”), which gives companies the ability to protect any copyrighted products. Previously, HP » Read More

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