Featured cases //

Robert Brown, et al. v. Electrolux Home Products, Inc., d/b/a Frigidaire
Wexler Wallace, along with co-counsel McCallum, Hoaglund, Cook & Irby, LLP, and Bell & Brigham, filed a class action lawsuit against Electrolux Home Products, Inc., alleging that certain models of their Frigidaire-branded front-loading washing machines contained a defect which allowed mold, mildew, and “biofilm” to grow inside the machines. The “biofilm” produces a noxious odor that permeates the washing machines, as well as consumers’ clothing and homes. Although plaintiffs allege that they and class members have spent money on repairs and other purported remedies, but none have eliminated the odor problems or “biofilm” growth.
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Ace Arts LLC v. Sony/ATV Music Publishing, LLC et. al.
In 1964, in what would later signify the first incursion of the “British Invasion” into U.S. popular culture, The Beatles performed their first concert in the United States at the Washington Coliseum in Washington, D.C. Almost 50 years later, Ace Arts, LLC obtained the rights to distribute a documentary about the initial impact of The Beatles in America. The Documentary, which incorporates rare film footage of The Beatles’ first U.S. Concert, was to be screened in movie theaters across the country and later, to be available for purchase by fans and music historians alike.
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Featured Investigations //

Jammal v. American Family Insurance
Wexler Wallace LLP is currently taking discovery in a class action lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio on behalf of current and former insurance agents hired by American Family Insurance to sell the company’s insurance products. The case—filed by Wexler Wallace in conjunction with its co-counsel, Hansen Reynolds Dickinson Crueger, the Law Office of Greg Coleman, and Landskroner Grieco Merriman—seeks certification of a nationwide class of current and former American Family insurance agents who were denied benefits under the Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).
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Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella
The birth control pills Yaz, Yasmin, Ocella, Beyaz and Safyral contain a progestin component called drospirenone. After numerous studies, the FDA issued a forced labeling change in April of 2012 having concluded that birth control pills that contain drospirenone are associated with a higher risk of blood clots than other oral contraceptives. Thousands of young women have endured clotting injuries that will require a lifetime of treatment and many have died as a result. Plaintiffs allege that the manufacturers both over-promoted these drugs and refused to properly warn physicians and the public about the risks associated with their use.
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