Former Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (“ARC”) program participants, on behalf of themselves and a class of current and former participants, filed a forced labor suit against The Salvation Army National Corporation.
People incarcerated in Massachusetts filed a lawsuit against the Massachusetts Department of Corrections to stop the DOC’s use of defective and faulty drug tests manufactured by Sirchie Acquisition Company, LLC.
JCL and CREEC filed a federal class action lawsuit challenging The Salvation Army’s discriminatory and outdated policy and practice of denying services in its ARCs to individuals who receive evidence based MAT for opioid-use disorder (OUD).
Justice Catalyst Law, along with partners, represents plaintiffs in a proposed class action alleging that Thomson Reuters’ CLEAR database unfairly profits off the sale of plaintiffs’ identities without their consent.
On behalf of families of prisoners, Justice Catalyst Law and co-counsel filed a class action lawsuit against GTL, Securus, and 3CI alleging they have charged unlawfully inflated prices for collect calls made by incarcerated individuals in jails and prisons throughout the U.S.
Justice Catalyst Law filed a class action against the largest healthcare staffing company in the country, TeamHealth, alleging that it systemically inflates medical bills sent to patients around the country.
This suit alleges that Varsity has violated the Sherman Antitrust Act by gobbling up rivals to gain market dominance and then using that market dominance to erect a moat that protects its lucrative businesses from free and fair competition.
Justice Catalyst Law, alongside partners, filed a putative class action against the National Association of Realtors and four national real estate brokerages for conspiring to require home sellers to pay for buyers’ brokers at an inflated commission well above a competitive level in violation of federal antitrust law.
This suit alleges that NSC maintains vast databases housing detailed information about college students and their college enrollment history from which it sells reports to potential creditors, insurers and employers among others.