Northstar End of THE Program for Student Loan Repayment Class Action

It’s great that a student loan company would offer a program to its borrowers with advantages if they pay on time. But can the company then terminate the arrangement at will? The complaint for this class action claims that the program offered by Northstar Education Finance, which does business as Total Higher Education (THE), is  Read more

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Duke Energy Elimination of Banked Sick Days Class Action

At some companies, a collective bargaining agreement allows employees to bank their unused sick leave or short-term disability hours, even for years. Should the company later be allowed simply to wipe out those hours, without discussion or compensation? The complaint for this class action alleges that Duke Energy Corporation did just that. It claims violations  Read more

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Progressive Insurance Co. Termination of PIP Benefits WA Class Action

Automobile insurance policies offer personal injury protection (PIP) benefits for persons who are injured in auto accidents, whether it’s the insured person or a third party. But the complaint for this class action alleges that Progressive Insurance Company terminated benefits unfairly for each of the plaintiffs because it claimed that they had reached the maximum  Read more

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Consol Energy Termination of Retirement Welfare Benefits ERISA Class Action

When Connie Gilbert began working for Consol Energy’s nonunion Buchanan Mine, the complaint for this class action says, she attended a group orientation that told new employees that if they worked for the company for ten years and reached the age of 55, they would receive retirement benefits for themselves and their spouses for life.  Read more