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Facebook Lawsuit

Blood Hurst & O’Reardon has filed a
class action lawsuit against Facebook concerning the recent breach of
Facebook users’ personal information.
You do not need to do anything at
this time to join as a class member. However, if you wish to contact us regarding this lawsuit, please
click here to fill out the secure
form and be sure to enter the word "Facebook" in the comments field.

To learn more, click here


Tacoma, Sequoia and Tundra
Rusted Frame Settlement

Blood Hurst & O’Reardon has 
reached a $3.4 billion settlement 
to have the frames of certain Toyota Tacoma, Sequoia and Tundra vehicles 
inspected for excessive rust corrosion. Corroded frames are dangerous 
and must be replaced, so we urge 
all class members to have their 
vehicles inspected. When excessive
rust corrosion is found, Toyota will 
replace the frame. The vehicles 
covered are 2005-2010 Tacomas, 
2007-2008 Tundras and 2005-2008 Sequoias. Inspections and frame replacements are at no charge to 
vehicle owners and lessees.

To learn more, click here


Align Probiotic Settlement

Blood Hurst & O’Reardon has reached
a settlement worth up to $30 million involving P&G’s Align probiotic
supplement. If you purchased Align
you may be entitled to a cash refund
of up to $49.26. To be eligible for a
cash refund you must submit a
claim form by May 16, 2018.

To find out, click here


Joint Juice Class Certified

If you purchased the joint health supplement called Joint Juice, a class action lawsuit alleges it does not work.
You should know about the certified
class action and the upcoming trial.

To find out, click here


Active Advantage
Settlement Reached

A settlement has been reached
regarding Active Advantage
membership fees. Class members
can receive full refunds of the
membership fees and, funds
permitting, up to three times more.

To find out more, click here

Bosa Square Footage Misrepresentation Litigation

Bosa Development has built 9 residential condominium towers in California, 7 of the buildings are in downtown San Diego. In August 2009, lawyers from the Firm filed a class action lawsuit alleging that Bosa (and its sales agent RE/MAX) sold the condominiums with a square footage “bait-and-switch.” When selling its condominiums Bosa promised a specified square footage but actually built and sold units that were up to 28% smaller. 

The square footage promised by Bosa was inflated because Bosa’s measurements included space that the buyer does not own and cannot occupy. The lawsuit alleges that Bosa used the inflated square footages to increase sales and sales prices.

The Bosa condominiums covered by the lawsuit are: Bayside, Electra, Legend, Discovery, Park Place, Horizons, The Grande, Marquee, and Radiance.

For a copy of the class action complaint, click here. To read Bosa’s answer to the complaint, click here. To read Re/Max’s answer to the complaint, click here.

On July 7, 2011, the San Diego Superior Court certified the case as a class action. The class includes persons who purchased from Bosa residential units developed by Bosa in California. 
For a copy of the order granting class certification, click here. For a copy of the class notice, click here.

The Proposed Settlement
The parties have reached a proposed settlement creating a settlement fund of $16.25 million.  The settlement fund will be used to pay settlement relief to class members and to pay for settlement administration costs, attorneys’ fees and expenses, and plaintiff service awards. 

The proposed settlement provides two types of relief to class members. 

Class members who still own their units, or resold their units using the actual square footage will receive approximately $78 per square foot multiplied by the square footage differential of the particular unit. For instance, if the unit is 130 square feet smaller than Bosa advertised, the class member will receive approximately $10,140.

Class members who resold their units using Bosa’s inflated square footage numbers, instead of the actual unit size, will receive $200 per unit resold.

To read the proposed settlement agreement, click here. To see unit square footage differentials, scroll down to exhibit B in the settlement agreement. To see a sample class notice, click here.

The Court Review and Approval Process
The settlement is not effective and checks will not be mailed until the settlement is approved by the Court. The Court approved the settlement on October 10, 2014. Once the Court's ruling becomes final (which will take at least 60 days), settlement checks will be sent. We currently anticipate that settlement checks will be mailed in the first quarter of 2015. 
Please keep us informed of your current address.

If you would like to provide us with information or learn more about the case, you can reach us by clicking Contact Us or Report a Case.