Articles Tagged with Class-Action

New York, NY – On February 21st, Judge Victor Marrero approved Plaintiff’s motion requesting class certification in their case against NYU. The case represents previous students of NYU’s Tisch Asia program who were unsatisfied with the quality of their education. When they signed up to participate in the school’s graduate program, they were told that the Singapore program was up to par with the program in New York. They soon learned that Tisch Asia’s classrooms, instructors, and equipment fell well below the standards that NYU had promised. Furthermore, NYU concealed the financial fragility of the program from the students.

Judge Victor Marrero’s order (linked here) granted class certification for the Plaintiffs, setting the parameters of the class as “all student who attended New York University Tisch School of the Arts, Asia,” and appointing Giskan Solotaroff & Anderson LLP and Schwartz, Ponterio & Leveonson, PLLC as counsel.

We have the chance to amend our complaint and add parties to this proceeding. If you have experienced problems with your Nissan’s dashboard when exposed to direct sunlight, contact us immediately and add your name to the class.

Owners of Nissan vehicles describe a troubling problem in this case: their dashboards melt, crack, become highly reflective, and/or ooze noxious chemical smells when exposed to direct sunlight. This is dangerous for the owner of the vehicle and everyone on the road, and replacement of the dashboard is costly. The class action seeks to compel Nissan to warn drivers about the known defect and to bear the expense of replacing dashboards that should never have been placed in the stream of commerce in the first place. If your Nissan’s dashboard has suffered similar damage from the sun, please contact us immediately!