We currently represent, and are investigating additional claims on behalf of, numerous individuals who as children were victims of sexual abuse and harassment.  The Child Victims Act, which went into effect on August 14, 2019, allows persons who suffered sexual assault as a minor to file a civil action against their abusers and the institutions that enabled the abuse until the age of 55.  (Previously, survivors of sexual assault only had until the age of 23 to file a civil lawsuit against.)

In addition, the Child Victims Act contains a “look back” window that now runs until August 14, 2021.  This provision allows all victims, regardless of age, to commence a civil action no matter how long ago the abuse occurred.

If you are a survivor of sexual assault as a minor and would like to consult with an attorney at our firm experienced in representing victims of sexual abuse and harassment, please fill out the form below.  All information submitted will be held in strict confidence.

Our firm has filed a lawsuit seeking overtime pay on behalf of former and current employees who worked as Installers at The Shade Store.  Many persons who have worked as Installers at The Shade Store may be owed unpaid wages for hours worked in excess of forty hours per week.  A copy of the complaint can be reviewed here.  If you would like more information, or would like to opt-in to the lawsuit pending in the Southern District of New York, please fill out the form to your right.

Our firm has filed a lawsuit seeking overtime pay on behalf of former and current employees at Express Scripts who were misclassified as “managers,” despite having no actual managerial duties.  Many former and current employees of Express Scripts may be owed overtime pay as a result. If you would like more information about the lawsuit, or would like to opt-in to the lawsuit pending in the District of New Jersey, please fill out the form to your right.

We are currently investigating claims of individuals with GEICO Car Insurance who have had false reports of accidents and tickets added to their file. These false reports can have an adverse impact on your insurances rates. Likewise, other insurance agencies and credit agencies can see these false reports.

If you have had false reports of accidents and tickets added to your file, please fill out the form to your right.

November 15th, 2019 UPDATE:

Hertz has recently filed a motion stating that it is not liable for deceptive practices at its European locations. Our response can be found here: Plaintiff’s Brief in Opposition to Defendant’s MSJ.

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On December 17th, 2016 GSA and Beranbaum Menken LLP filed a class-action lawsuit against the City of New York and its Department of Correction for illegally strip and/or body cavity searching visitors to City jails.  Randomly strip searching visitors to City jails is illegal and a violation of the DOC’s directives.  The lawsuit alleges that the City is systematically performing strip searches without individualized reasonable suspicion that the visitor is concealing contraband.
On October 30, 2019, Plaintiffs’ Preliminary Approval of the Class Action Settlement was approved by the Court. If you visited (or attempted to visit) an inmate who was housed at a New York City Department of Corrections facility between November 23rd, 2012 and October 30th, 2019, and were subject to an invasive search by a DOC employee please contact our firm. A Class Notice will be sent out on December 5th, 2019 to people who we suspect could have been victim to an invasive search. The last day to submit a claim for this case is April 27th, 2020. Please return to this website in the next couple of weeks to access the settlement’s notice and the claims website.
The case is Grottano et al. v. City of New York, et al., 15 Civ. 9224, in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.

We are currently investigating claims of individuals who have unknowingly been charged for a membership fee by the intimate clothing brand Savage x Fenty. The company often charges customers for a “VIP Membership” without their knowledge. When shopping, the membership is automatically added into customers’ carts in order to activate discounts. If a customer does not remove the offer from their cart, they will not be charged immediately, but instead they will be charged a monthly fee of $49.95 until they call to cancel the membership.

If you have unknowingly participated in Savage x Fenty’s membership service, please fill out the form to the right.

The action Perez v. Express Scripts, et al, Case No.: 2:19-cv-7752, has been brought in the District of New Jersey on behalf of employees of Express Scripts who were misclassified as “managers” and denied overtime pay.  If you have held the position of manager at Express Scripts, have worked more than 40 hours per week and were not paid overtime wages, and would like more information about this action, please fill out the form to the right.

We currently represent, and are investigating additional claims on behalf of, individuals who as children were victims of sexual abuse and harassment.  The Child Victims Act, which went into effect on August 14, 2019, allows persons who suffered sexual assault as a minor to file a civil action against their abusers and the institutions that enabled the abuse until the age of 55.  (Previously, survivors of sexual assault only had until the age of 23 to file a civil lawsuit against.)  In addition, the Child Victims Act will be open for a one year, one-time-only period to allow all victims, regardless of age, to commence a civil action no matter how long ago the abuse occurred.  If you or a loved one was the victim of sexual assault as a minor and would like to consult with an attorney at our firm experienced in representing victims of sexual abuse and harassment, please fill out the form to the right.  All information submitted will be held in strict confidence.

For more on the Child Victims Act, see https://nyassembly.gov/leg/?default_fld=&leg_video=&bn=A02683&term=2019&Summary=Y&Actions=Y&Text=Y

 

This class action is brought on behalf of the consumers who use the DoorDash app and who have paid tips on the DoorDash app, reasonably believing that the tip would be received as a wage enhancement for good service by the delivery worker.  Had consumers known that the tip amount on the DoorDash app was paid instead, in whole or in part, to DoorDash and subsidized its cost of doing business, no reasonable person would have agreed to pay a tip a multi-billion dollar tech company.

The filed complaint can be found here: Complaint filed July 29 2019