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Schubert Firm Announces Preliminary Approval of Sprint Corporation Derivative Litigation Settlement

On March 23, 2016, Judge James F. Vano, District Court of Johnson County, Kansas, granted preliminary approval to the settlement of shareholder derivative litigation filed on behalf of Sprint Corporation. The case is captioned Ross-Williams v. Bennett, et al., 11-cv-01688 (District Court of Johnson County, Kansas). To view the Notice of Pendency and Proposed Settlement [...]

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Schubert Firm Announces Preliminary Approval of Hospira, Inc. Derivative Litigation Settlement

On November 14, 2014, Judge John J. Tharp, Jr., U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, granted preliminary approval to the settlement of shareholder derivative claims filed by the Schubert Firm on behalf of Hospira, Inc. The case is captioned Casey v. Begley, et al., 11-9074 (JJT) (N.D. Ill.). To view the Notice [...]

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Schubert Firm Announces Preliminary Approval of Bazaarvoice, Inc. Derivative Litigation Settlement

On September 23, 2014, Judge John K. Dietz, District Court of Travis County, Texas, granted preliminary approval to the settlement of shareholder derivative litigation filed by the Schubert Firm and co-counsel on behalf of Bazaarvoice, Inc. The case is captioned Edmans v. Hurt, et al., No. D-1-GN-13-000874 (District Court of Travis County, Texas). To view the [...]

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Do You Own GM Stock? You May Have a Case Against the Company’s Executives

Schubert Jonckheer & Kolbe LLP is investigating potential derivative claims on behalf of shareholders of General Motors, related to the belated recall of millions of its vehicles with ignition switch flaws. We are is investigating claims that GM’s Board of Directors knowingly or recklessly failed to timely report safety defects to its customers and regulators, [...]

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Schubert Firm Investigating Listerine Advertising Claims

We are currently investigating claims of false and misleading advertising involving Listerine Total Care mouthwash products. Listerine Total Care mouthwash products are advertised through claims that they “restore” tooth enamel, and consumers are allegedly charged a premium of approximately 33% more for these mouthwash products than for other Listerine brand mouthwash. However, dental experts have [...]

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Schubert Firm Investigating Possible Breaches of Fidiciary Duty by Annie’s, Inc. Officers And Directors

Schubert Jonckheer & Kolbe LLP is currently investigating claims on behalf of shareholders of Annie’s, Inc. (“Annie’s” or the “Company”) (NYSE: BNNY). Shareholders are encouraged to contact please contact us by filling out the form on the left or calling Miranda Kolbe at (415) 788-4220. The investigation concerns whether certain of Annie’s officers and/or directors [...]

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Schubert Firm Investigating Claims on Behalf of Solarcity Corporation

The Schubert firm is investigating claims against certain officers and directors of SolarCity Corporation for breaches of their fiduciary duties to SolarCity.  SolarCity designs, installs and sells or leases solar energy systems in the United States to government entities and residential and commercial customers. On March 3, 2014, SolarCity announced that it had discovered an [...]

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Schubert Firm Announces Final Approval of $16.25 Million Settlement in Toll Brothers Derivative Case

On March 15, 2013 the Delaware Chancery Court approved a $16.25 million settlement of claims that officers and directors of Toll Brothers Inc. (TOL), a luxury homebuilder, breached their fiduciary duties by making false statements and trading on inside information. The case settled after plaintiff’s counsel reviewed over 70,000 pages of documents and took nineteen [...]

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Schubert Firm Announces Final Approval of $3.6 Million Settlement in Madoff “Feeder Fund” Case

On October 7, 2011, Judge Richard A. Kramer of the San Francisco Superior Court granted final approval of the $3.6 million settlement in Herron, et al. v. Lark Creek Investment Management Company, et al., Case No. CGC-10-496342.  The Schubert Firm served as Co-Lead Class Counsel in the case.  Plaintiffs’ investments in the feeder fund Starlight, L.P., which invested nearly all [...]

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Alabama Supreme Court Rejects Appeal of $2.9 Billion Judgment in HealthSouth Fraud

The Alabama Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by former HealthSouth Corporation CEO Richard Scrushy, who sought reversal of a $2.9 billion judgment obtained in a shareholder derivative suit brought on HealthSouth’s behalf. After an eleven day non-jury trial, Judge Allwin E. Horn, III, an Alabama Circuit Court judge, previously found that Mr. Scrushy knew [...]

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