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Embryo Lawsuit Alleges Mishandling by Fertility Clinics

embryo lawsuit

Audet & Partners, LLP is investigating claims as part of an embryo lawsuit brought against fertility clinics located in Cleveland and San Francisco.  The claims allege that the clinics may have mishandled thousands of frozen eggs and embryos in a way that compromised their viability.  The Cleveland clinic in question is located at University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center.  The San Francisco location is the Pacific Fertility Clinic.  Information recently surfaced suggesting that the temperature of the tissue storage banks, in which eggs and embryos are stored... Read More

Sherwin Williams Duckback Lawsuit

Sherwin William Duckback Lawsuit

Audet & Partners, LLP is investigating claims from increasing numbers of consumers as part of a Sherwin Williams Duckback lawsuit that coatings manufactured and sold by Sherwin Williams under the names of "Duckback" and "SuperDeck" were defectively designed and have resulted in consumers having to incur extensive cost in repairing their home decks.  Additionally, it has been alleged that the warranties offered by Sherwin Williams for these products essentially violated applicable federal law by offering inadequate relief to consumers. The products... Read More

Apple iPhone Lawsuit Challenges Throttling Practice

Apple iPhone Lawsuit

  Audet & Partners, LLP is investigating Apple iPhone lawsuit claims specifically on behalf of current or past owners of iPhone models prior to iPhone 6 that Apple violated their consumer rights by intentionally slowing down their devices without providing notice of this practice to iPhone owners. In December 2017 Apple for the first time admitted that a recent version of its iOS operating system for iPhones forces a slowdown in the iPhone operating system.  Apple has offered a justification for this... Read More

Home Depot Mahogany Lawsuit Alleges False Misrepresentation

Home Depot Mahogany Lawsuit

Audet & Partners, LLP is investigating claims by consumers as part of a Home Depot Mahogany Lawsuit that Home Depot falsely advertised and sold wood products as "premium" and "finest grade" mahogany that were, in fact, inferior grades of wood. Home Depot, which promotes its status on its corporate website as the "world's largest home improvement retailer," operates more than 2,200 physical locations in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, in addition to a sprawling online presence at HomeDepot.com offering more... Read More

CREE Light Bulb Lawsuit

Cree Light Bulb Lawsuit

Audet & Partners, LLP is investigating claims by consumers that manufacturers of CREE light bulbs provided false and/or misleading information about the expected life span of the bulbs in advertising and on CREE light bulb packaging.  Consumers are alleging that CREE overstated the life span of their LED bulbs relative to conventional, incandescent light bulbs.  In so doing, the company may have exacted a higher purchase price from consumers who otherwise may well have opted for cheaper conventional bulbs. LED bulb manufacturers have already been subject... Read More