A very troubling practice has come to Justice Catalyst Law’s attention: Justice Catalyst Law has been hearing from people across the country that either when people are being admitted to the hospital or as part of hospital’s bill collection practices,
Dollar For has been hearing from many people across the country about yet another type of game-playing by hospitals in relation to charity care – what people have been reporting is that after they have been approved for charity care by
Justice Catalyst Law and National Consumer Law Center submitted a letter to the IRS to investigate non-profit hospital outsourcing to for-profit hospitals.
The National Consumer Law Center, Justice Catalyst Law, and Flitter Milz, P.C. filed a class action lawsuit against Maximus Federal Services, Inc. (Maximus).
Justice Catalyst Law and partners served Maximus Federal Services, Inc. with a lawsuit that alleges the company is engaging in illegal collection activity against student loan borrowers who submitted Borrower Defense repayment claims to the U.S. Department of Education.
On February 18, 2021, the FDA issued a warning letter to Mercola based on a letter Justice Catalyst Law, Center for Science in the Public Interest, and People's Parity Project wrote.
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.
Justice Catalyst Law, a nonprofit law firm, is actively investigating inflated medical bills from Emergency and Acute Care Medical Corp, and Progressive Management Systems. Medical debt is truly an epidemic in the United States: more than one in four Americans have had trouble paying a
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.
Wells Fargo Bank will pay up to $19.6 million and change its lending policies as part of settling two class-action lawsuits brought by Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients, represented by JCL, MALDEF, and O&G.