Yale Agrees to Class Certification in ERISA Class Action Lawsuit

On June 29, 2023, Yale New Haven Hospital (“Yale”) agreed to certify a class of over 26,000 current and former participants of the Yale-New Haven Hospital and Tax Exempt Affiliates Tax Sheltered Annuity Plan (the “Plan”) in a lawsuit against Yale-New Haven Hospital, Inc., the Board Of Trustees of Yale-New Haven Hospital, Inc., the System Investment Committee of Yale New Haven Health Service Corp. and System Affiliates, and the Retirement Committee Of Yale New Haven Health Services Corp. and System Affiliates (collectively, “Defendants”).

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Staten Island Amazon Workers Back Union

On April 1, 2022, after multiple years of pandemic-induced layoffs, staffing shortages, contentious vaccine policies, and other workplace issues, Amazon.com, Inc. (“Amazon” or the “Company”) workers at the JFK8 warehouse facility in Staten Island voted in favor of union representation under the Amazon Labor Union (“ALU”), the first certified union to represent Amazon workers. The historic vote presents a massive breakthrough in worker safety.

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Google Pays $118 Million to Settle Class-Action Gender Discrimination Lawsuit

On June 10, 2022, Google LLC agreed to pay $118 million to settle a class action gender discrimination lawsuit filed by former employees in the Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco. Originally filed in September 2017, the lawsuit advanced four California state law causes of action against Google based on alleged salary disparity, including an Equal Pay Act claim, a Labor Code claim, a Business and Professions Code claim, and a claim for declaratory judgment.

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Miller Shah Secures Preliminary Approval of $3.5 Million Settlement in Coca-Cola Bottling ERISA Class Action

On March 8, 2022, United States District Judge Frank D. Whitney of the Western District of North Carolina approved a $3.5 million settlement of class action claims alleging the Company mismanaged its defined contribution retirement plan. Represented by Miller Shah, two former Coca-Cola Bottling employees specifically alleged that the Company mismanaged the Plan by incorporating excessive fees and risky investment options.

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AMC Securities: Miller Shah Obtains $18 Million Settlement

On February 14, 2022, U.S. District Judge Alison J. Nathan granted final approval of a proposed $18 million Settlement in a class action against AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. The Settlement resolves allegations that AMC misled investors when touting the Company’s plans to acquire Carmike Cinemas, Inc., Odeon & UCI Cinema Group, and Nordic Cinema Group AB.

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