Category: Class Actions

ASWT Represents 139 Survivors Of Abuse By USC’s Dr. George Tyndall

October 2, 2019 | Class Actions

On August 31, 2020, the firm filed a complaint for dozens more of Tyndall’s victims. To read the release, click here. Mike Arias has filed numerous lawsuits against the University of Southern California and Dr. George Tyndall on behalf of women who allege they were sexually abused and illicitly photographed by the disgraced USC OB/GYN. … Read more

LA Times Columnist Bill Plaschke Covers Tyndall Lawsuit

April 29, 2019 | Class Actions

The behavior of Dr. George Tyndall, the disgraced University of Southern California gynecologist, impacted women in every area of campus life – including sports. Nicole Haynes was a world-class track athlete both while attending USC and afterward as she competed in international competitions as a professional. However, she fell victim to Tyndall’s predatory nature and… Read more

ABC Interviews Dr. George Tyndall Survivor and Mike Arias

April 29, 2019 | Class Actions

ABC Los Angeles interviewed attorney Mike Arias and Nicole Haynes, a survivor of sexual assault at the hands of disgraced USC gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall. Ms. Haynes was a track star at USC who went in to see Tyndall for a stomach illness only to be sexually assaulted by the doctor. Haynes is one of… Read more

Porter Ranch Gas Leak Class Action

July 1, 2016 | Class Actions

Arias Sanguinetti Stahle & Torrijos, LLP filed a class action against Southern California Gas Company arising from the massive natural gas leak that was discovered on October 23, 2015 at the Aliso Canyon storage facility owned by SoCalGas. The gas leak has injured residents of the Porter Ranch community in multiple ways. Local residents have reported… Read more

Franchise Tax Board

April 20, 2016 | Class Actions , Disability Rights

Allegations have been brought against the Franchise Tax Board for failure to comply with ADA requirement. The FTB failed to provide communications to blind tax payers in a form they could access, such as braille or email. Instead, the FTB sent regular print mail, which consumers that are blind were unable to access.

Class Action Against CVS

April 16, 2016 | Class Actions , Employment Class Actions , Employment Law

An employer is required to follow certain laws when determining if an employee should be classified as an exempt or non-exempt employee. If employees are misclassified, they can lose wages they have a right to collect. In this wage and hour class action, it is alleged that CVS misclassified many employees and did not pay… Read more

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