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Author: Rachael Bronstein

City of Miami – Price-Fixing Insulin

By Jun 23, 2021 Posted in Uncategorized

THE CITY OF MIAMI FILES HISTORIC SUIT AGAINST PRICE-FIXING INSULIN MANUFACTURERS ON BEHALF OF ALL THE CITY OF MIAMI WORKERS   (Miami, FL – June 22, 2021) The City of Miami, Florida filed a historic lawsuit on behalf of all City workers who are currently using, or previously used insulin – the life saving drug – for diabetes, and other related medical uses. The suit exposes a price-fixing scheme by the manufacturers of the drug, together with Pharmacy […]

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Siebold v. Paradise Bay – Over $1M Win for Client

By Dec 9, 2019 Posted in Uncategorized

October 2019, Mansfield, Bronstein & Stone was awarded a judgment of $1,170.499 by a Broward County Court in a bench trial brought against two individual defendants. The issues to be resolved by the Court were the breach of a personal guaranty by each of the two individual defendants; the interpretation of the underlying promissory note and attached personal guaranty; and, the bearing of the dismissal with prejudice for lack of personal jurisdiction of the corporation […]

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Mansfield, Bronstein & Stone, LLP wins Most Effective Lawyers 2019 in Class Action/Mass Torts Category

By Nov 18, 2019 Posted in Uncategorized

The Daily Business Review is announcing its 15th annual Most Effective Lawyers to recognize their exceptional achievements for clients in the past year. More than three dozen attorneys are being singled out in 20 categories. The competition was especially intense in categories covering complex/business litigation, government relations/regulatory and international litigation. The award winners will be featured in a special report to be published Dec. 9. The honorees in Class Actions/Mass Torts are: Mason Pertnoy and Richard Allen, Solowsky […]

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Mansfield, Bronstein & Stone, LLP represents class members in suit over “prime pork”.

By Oct 17, 2019 Posted in Announcements

Marketing pork as “prime” is deceptive because consumers associate the word prime with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s official quality grades for beef, veal and calf, states a new lawsuit filed on Oct. 15, 2019, against The Fresh Market and Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. (Courtesy / Courtesy)

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