Hyland’s Homeopathic Teething Tablets Under Investigation

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Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is investigating potential legal claims against Hyland’s for its “homeopathic” teething tablets, which according to adverse event reports from the FDA, have been linked to 400 instances of serious infant illnesses, including seizures and vomiting, as well as 10 deaths. On April 7, 2017, the FDA requested that Hyland’s Baby Teething Tablets […]

Are You a Server Forced to do Substantial Side Work or Share Tips With the Back of the House? Your Employer May Owe You Unpaid Wages

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Restaurant servers are frequently victims of wage theft. Federal law, as well as most states’ laws, allow servers to earn a tipped minimum wage that is lower than the standard minimum wage. In Washington D.C., for example, restaurants only have to pay servers $2.77 an hour, rather than the minimum wage of $11.50 per hour, […]

Migliaccio & Rathod LLP Investigates Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Battery Failures

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Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is investigating reports that batteries in Surface Pro 3 laptops are holding almost none of their charge. Consumers have relayed that the laptops, which have Simplo batteries installed, substantially and progressively degrade over time to the point where they are virtually nonfunctional.  While all batteries can be expected to experience reduced […]

Are D.C.’s Sharing-Economy Workers Getting the Short End of the Stick?

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Attorneys Nicholas Migliaccio and Jason Rathod, and their client Chito Peppler, were featured in a Washington City Paper article about wage theft in the sharing economy. The article profiled Mr. Peppler’s wage theft case in Washington D.C. against Postmates, an on-demand courier service that classifies its employees as independent contractors. The suit alleges that couriers, […]

Migliaccio & Rathod LLP Investigates Unreasonable Searches and Seizures of Females Admitted to Franklin County Corrections Center Two

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Migliaccio & Rathod LLP currently represents a class of females admitted to Franklin County (which includes Columbus, Ohio) Corrections Center Two, commonly known as “Jackson Pike.” Class members were admitted between May 23, 2011 and April 30, 2014, and charged only for minor crimes but subjected to the practice of having tattoos on their private […]