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Squitieri & Fearon, LLP has been recognized by courts throughout the country for its high-quality and professional experience handling complex lawsuits, particularly in the fields of securities, ERISA, wage and hour, mass torts, shareholder derivative actions and antitrust claims.

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Legal Developments

Heartland Payment Systems Investigation

Squitieri & Fearon, LLP has filed a federal lawsuit against Heartland Payment Systems, Inc., one of the largest credit card processors in the U.S.

The suit was filed in the District Court of New Jersey and accuses Heartland of charging customers “unjustifiable fees – sometimes retroactively” – in flagrant disregard of the promises Heartland made to merchants.  Among other things, the lawsuit alleges that in 2014 Heartland… Continue reading

Ticket Service Fee Investigation

Squitieri & Fearon, LLP is investigating claims against key arenas and ticket sellers for violating consumer protection laws by charging improper excessive fees (such as service fees, processing fees or convenience fees) to consumers who bought tickets for concerts and sporting events.  Venues and sellers like Ticketmaster regularly tacked on these fees that added more than 21 percent to the face value and dramatically increased the cost of… Continue reading

Neutrogena Investigation

Squitieri & Fearon, LLP is

investigating a potential class action lawsuit on behalf of consumers who purchased Neutrogena products labeled as “hypoallergenic”. It has been alleged that Neutrogena advertises some of their products, such as body creams and sun protectors as hyperallergenic but the products actually contain chemical preservative methylisothiazolinone (MI), a recognized allergen associated with allergic contact dermatitis (ACD) and other skin reactions.

Neutrogena sells… Continue reading

Mutual Fund Fees Investigation

Squitieri & Fearon, LLP is investigating claims that certain mutual fund companies charge investors excessive fees for investment advice. We’ve repeatedly seen investors who have been charged excessive fees by the mutual funds, often mischaracterized and disguised as “investment advisory fees”. As one part of the scheme, the investment adviser subcontracts investment management duties to sub-advisers and doesn’t perform any duties as an asset manager but still charges… Continue reading

Featured Investigations

Report Your Case: Antitrust College/Bank Financial Aid Partnership Investigation

We are investigating claims against colleges and banks for improper fee sharing arrangements related to students' financial aid disbursements.

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Prepaid Debit Card Investigation

We are investigating claims against banks for imposing unreasonable activation and monthly usage fees on prepaid debit cards.  

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Mortgage Lender Late Fee Investigation

We are investigating claims against mortgage lenders for imposing late fees when borrowers make timely payments.

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Retained Asset Account Investigation

We are investigating possible claims against certain insurance companies who maintained "retained asset accounts", mostly on behalf of life insurance beneficiaries and traumatic injury survivors. 

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Instant Cup of Soup Scalding Products Liability Investigation

We are investigating a potential class action against certain instant soup and instant noodle companies for faulty cup designs. A 2006 study identifies certain flaws in soup cup designs by a number of manufacturers.

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