Just For Men Investigation

Squitieri & Fearon, LLP is investigating claims against Just for Men hair dye maker Combe, Inc. A class action lawsuit was filed on January 25, 2017 accusing Just for Men hair dye maker Combe, Inc., and other Combe companies, of deceptive advertising.  The complaint alleges that Just for Men brand hair dye does not properly more »

Nissan Exploding Sunroofs Investigation

Squitieri & Fearon, LLP is investigating claims by people who owned or leased a Nissan that had a sunroof or moon roof unexpectedly shatter. Drivers have reported that the sunroofs in their Nissan vehicles have shattered or exploded under normal driving conditions and sometimes when parked.  There have been hundreds of complaints online and to more »

NYC Teachers’ Pension Investigation

Squitieri & Fearon, LLP is pursuing claims for New York City teachers who have been shortchanged on their pension payments. In particular, the firm is representing teachers who retired but were not credited with their payments in July and August that they earned while teaching during the regular school year.  Teachers earned those payments by teaching more »

1-800 Contacts Investigation

Squitieri & Fearon, LLP Investigates Claims For People Who Bought Contact Lenses From 1-800-Contacts and Paid Too Much As A Result Of Secret Agreements By The Company Squitieri & Fearon is investigating claims for people who bought contact lenses from 1-800-Contacts and may have paid too much as a result of secret agreements that the more »

Navient Corporation and Navient Solutions Investigation

Squitieri & Fearon, LLP is investigating a Potential Class Action Lawsuit Against Navient Corporation and Navient Solutions, Inc. (“Navient”) on behalf of student loan borrowers. Navient is one of a select group of companies chosen to service student and parent federal loans for the U.S. Department of Education.  Navient also services a large portfolio of more »

Fast Food Restaurant Wage and Hour Investigation

Squitieri & Fearon, LLP is investigating claims for current or former employees in fast food restaurants who have not been paid minimum wage, have been denied overtime, have not been paid for all hours that the employee worked because their employer required that some of their work be done “off the clock,” or have not more »

Ambac SIP Participants May Pursue Claims That Ambac Stock was an Imprudent Retirement Investment in the SIP

Judge Baer in the Southern District of New York recently denied a request to dismiss an ERISA class action brought by participants in the Ambac Financial Group Savings Incentive Plan. The participants alleged that the fiduciaries of the Ambac SIP should not have offered the company stock as a retirement investment under the plan and more »