Stockholder Lawsuits

February 1, 2003 - The sorry record left by Corporate America from last year's scandals hasn't seemed to bother the Bush White House a great deal. As a result, we have seen the most shareholder fraud... Read More

Family owned business settled lawsuit

January 13, 2003 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. - PikNik Products Company, Inc. has settled a lawsuit claiming wantonness, willful fraud, reckless and mistaken fraud, breach of contract and breach of warranty for... Read More

Leslie H. Dial Enterprises, Inc., has filed suit against R.J. Reynolds

January 9, 2003 - Columbia, South Carolina - Leslie H. Dial Enterprises, Inc., a South Carolina corporation that operates four small grocery businesses in the state, has filed suit against R.J.... Read More

Arbitration reaches a new level

January 8, 2003 - Last month, the U.S. Congress passed a bill to ban mandatory, binding arbitration clauses from automobile dealer franchise agreements. This legislation was a top priority of the National... Read More

A Raw Deal for Workers and Consumers

November 1, 2002 - In August 2001, the managing director of the National Arbitration Forum gave a detailed interview for Metropolitan Corporate Counsel magazine. He explained how corporations could use... Read More

Take It or Leave It…Arbitration

November 1, 2002 - In October 1995, Saint Clair Adams applies for a sales counselor job at Circuit City in Santa Rosa, California. He was offered a position in the small office/home office department and... Read More

New Leadership for Anti-Arbitration Group

February 26, 2002 - As we enter 2002, the battle on behalf the consumers against forced arbitration continues. Sullivan of Montgomery has been selected to take over the leadership of the anti-arbitration... Read More

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