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Trial to Begin Soon in
Square Footage Litigation

On July 7, 2011, the San Diego
Superior Court certified a class of
“all persons who purchased from
Bosa residential units developed by
Bosa in California.”  The lawsuit alleges that Bosa and its sales agent RE/MAX misrepresented the square footage
of the units in a “bait and switch”
scheme, resulting in units that are up
to 28% smaller than advertised.
If you were served with a trial subpoena from Bosa’s attorneys
(DLA Piper LLP), please click here.

For more information, or to
provide us with your contact information, click here

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$5.3 Million Settlement Reached
Over FitFlop-Branded Footwear Products

A proposed settlement with the
makers of FitFlop-branded sandals
and other footwear products has
been reached. To submit a claim
for a cash refund, click here.

For more information, or to
provide us with your contact information, click here

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Settlement Reached for
Californians Over Bank of America
Escrow Account Practices

A proposed, non-monetary settlement
with Bank of America has been
reached concerning certain residential properties in California. 
To submit a claim, click here.

For more information, or to
provide us with your contact information, click here

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$4 Million Settlement Reached Over Kellogg’s Mini-Wheats Cereal

A proposed settlement with the
Kellogg Company concerning its advertising of Mini-Wheats has
been reached. 
For more information
on the settlement and what you
may receive, click here.

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$1.4 Billion Settlement Reached in Toyota Unintended Acceleration Case

A proposed settlement with Toyota has been reached over alleged unintended acceleration. The settlement offers
cash payments, safety refunds and
other relief. To sign up, click here.
For more information, including a
copy of the settlement agreement,
click here.

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$45 Million Settlement Reached with Skechers Over “Toning” Shoes

The Court has approved a settlement
with Skechers U.S.A. reached in conjunction with the FTC over
Skecherstoning” shoes. 
If you submitted a claim for a
cash refund, click here.

For more information, or to
provide us with your contact information, click here

Welcome to the Mini-Wheats False Advertising Settlement

Consumers alleged in the lawsuit that Kellogg's Mini-Wheats cereal was falsely advertised to improve kids’ attentiveness, memory and other cognitive functions to a degree not supported by competent clinical evidence. To read the Court’s order preliminarily approving the settlement, click here. To read the settlement agreement, click here. To read the class notice, click here. To submit a claim for refunds, click here.

Under the settlement, consumers may receive a cash refund for up to three boxes of Mini-Wheats branded cereal. The settlement refund is up to $5 per box. If any monies remain in the settlement fund after paying all valid refund claims, notice and administrative costs, attorneys’ fees, and service awards, settlement refunds will be increased up to three times, for a total maximum recovery of $45 per claimant. No proof of purchase is required.
 
If you submitted a claim for a cash payment from the settlement, please be patient. The trial court approved the settlement, however three class members filed appeals. Settlement payments cannot be made until the appeals are resolved. We do not know how long that will take.
 
If you have questions, email Blood Hurst & O’Reardon at info@bholaw.com or visit www.CerealSettlement.com.

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