Cases & Investigations

Lawsuit Investigation: Nursing Home Neglect

Berger Montague is investigating potential class action lawsuits on behalf of anyone with a loved one in a nursing home who has been mistreated or not given a high enough level of care. Over 2 million elder abuse cases are reported each year.

Lawsuit Investigation: Tax Liens

Berger Montague is investigating a potential class action lawsuit on behalf of anyone who has paid off a tax lien within the last two years. A tax lien is the government’s legal claim against your property when you neglect or fail to pay a tax debt.

MacDill Air Force Base Military Housing Class Action Lawsuit

Berger Montague PC has filed a class action lawsuit related to alleged moisture and mold issues affecting the military housing on MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida.

Mophie Battery False Advertising Lawsuit

Berger Montague has filed a class action claim against Mophie for falsely advertising their juice packs, powerstations, and other portable chargers. The lawsuit alleges that Mophie misstated their battery packs’ charging capacity, thereby overstating the amount of charge the battery can provide.

Pet Foods Product Liability Litigation

Berger Montague served as one of plaintiffs’ co-lead counsel in this multidistrict class action suit that sought to redress the harm resulting from the manufacture and sale of contaminated dog and cat food. Certain defendants recalled wheat gluten and/or rice protein concentrate supplied for the manufacture of pet food and pet treat products, as well as pet food and treats that may have been manufactured with recalled wheat gluten and/or rice protein concentrate for sale to consumers in the United States and in Canada.

  • Settled
  • Defective Products, Consumer Protection
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Puerto Rico “Resort Fees” Lawsuit Investigation

Berger Montague is investigating a potential class action lawsuit on behalf of anyone who paid “resort fees” to a major Puerto Rico hotel within the last five years. Certain charges associated with Puerto Rico “resort fees” may be illegal and hurt guests by overcharging them.

Rilley v. MoneyMutual, LLC

Berger Montague filed a claim on behalf of Minnesota residents who have taken out a loan arranged by MoneyMutual, LLC. Plaintiffs alleged that MoneyMutual, PartnerWeekly, LLC, and Selling Source, LLC arranged illegal, high-interest online loans from unlicensed lenders for thousands of Minnesotans. 

State of Connecticut Tobacco Litigation

Berger Montague was one of three firms to represent the State of Connecticut in a separate action in state court against the tobacco companies. The case was litigated separate from the coordinated nationwide actions. Although eventually Connecticut joined the national settlement, its counsel’s contributions were recognized by being awarded the fifth largest award among the states from the fifty states’ Strategic Contribution Fund.

  • Settled
  • Consumer Protection, Environment & Public Health, Government Representation
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T-Mobile Sidekick Litigation

Berger Montague was Co-Lead Counsel for the Class in this consolidated action. The case involved a service outage affecting the T-Mobile Sidekick mobile telephone device. The case was settled by agreement of the parties with court approval in 2011.

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and Your Legal Rights

If you have received unsolicited/unwanted calls or text messages on your cell phone from either telemarketers or debt collectors, you have specific rights under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”). Successful litigation of a TCPA violation may not only compensate the person contacted, but also stop the harassing texts and calls.

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