A lawsuit was filed against Luxury Haus Inc., in  the Superior Court of New Jersey, Hudson County, Jersey City, New Jersey. The case was brought under the Consumer Fraud Act and the Motor Vehicle Sales Practices seeking recovery of ascertainable loss, reasonable attorney’s fees and costs arising out of the purchase of an automobile from…

After a two-day trial, a Jersey City jury found that Bank of America violated the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act when it lost the records of our client’s  $26,000 deposit in two separate CDs, and then refused to return her interest and principal when she appeared at the bank several years later with the two…

The plaintiff, a small restaurant, was a tenant in a shopping mall. Under a provision in the restaurant’s lease, the mall itself was responsible for collecting and disposing of the restaurant’s waste. However, over a period of 4 years, the restaurant’s owner received invoices from an outside waste company-the defendant. The owner kept on paying…

On behalf of a client, we sued one of the largest auto insurance companies in the United States. The case involved a client whose BMW was stolen and recovered the next day with significant portions of the interior missing and/or damaged. The very next day, the client contacted the police and then the insurer and…

Most homeowners’ insurance policies offer at least three basic types of coverage: (1) Protection for the home such as damages caused by fire, hurricane, lightening, etc., if listed in the policy; (2) Personal property such as furniture, appliances, clothes, jewelry, etc., stolen or destroyed by fire, hurricane, lightening or other listed causes; (3) Protection (up…

The Fair Debt Collection Practice Act (FDCPA) is a federal law that protects consumers from certain improper debt collection practices. The FDCPA makes the following acts and conducts illegal: Contacting You or Third Parties A debt collector may not contact you before 8:00 am or after 9:00 pm any day, unless you agree. A debt…

We filed a pregnancy discrimination case against a human resource (HR) consulting firm that publishes HR magazines for the corporate world. The HR company terminated our client’s employment after she inquired about certain benefits related to her pregnancy. Our client was employed by the company for more than three (3) years. The company claimed that…

We filed a Pregnancy discrimination case against a New Jersey diner on behalf of a client who worked at the diner as a server and overnight shift manager for a period of 14 months. After the client became visibly pregnant, the owners of the diner began to reduce her hours from over 40 hours per week to…

We filed suit on behalf of three restaurant employees who were terminated for complaining about their supervisor’s sexual harassment of another co-worker. Title VII, New York State Human Rights Law, and the New York City Human Rights Law, prohibit an employer from retaliating against any employee who complains about discriminatory treatment to himself/herself or to…

We brought suit against a Bergen County Home Improvement contractor (HIC) for violation of the Consumer Fraud Act (CFA) and the Home Improvement Practices in connection with the installation of an HVAC system in our client’s home (the homeowner). The homeowner entered into a contract with the HIC to replace her existing HVAC’s heat pump…

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