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Drink Beck’s? You may be owed some money

U.S. drinkers of Beck’s beer who thought the American-made brew they were buying was still a fancy, century-old German import can get cash payments under a $20 million settlement approved Tuesday in a class-action lawsuit over deceptive packaging.

Refunds coming for Beck’s beer drinkers

A federal magistrate in Miami is expected to approve refunds Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015, for U.S. consumers who bought Beck’s beer. The brewing giant settled a lawsuit that claimed Beck’s packaging hid the fact the beer is made in Missouri and not Germany.

Beck’s Beer Offers Buyers Cash to Settle Suit Over Packaging

Drinkers of Beck’s beer in the United States who thought the American-made brew they were buying was still a century-old German import can get cash payments under a $20 million settlement approved Tuesday in a class-action lawsuit over deceptive packaging.

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Beer Money: $20M Settlement in Lawsuit Over Beck’s Packaging

U.S. drinkers of Beck’s beer who thought the American-made brew they were buying was still a fancy, century-old German import can get cash payments under a $20 million settlement approved Tuesday in a class-action lawsuit over deceptive packaging.

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AP Video News “Refunds Coming for Beck’s Beer Drinkers”

AP Video News “Refunds Coming for Beck’s Beer Drinkers”

2015 Inaugural Shatter the Stigma Event

2015 Inaugural Shatter the Stigma Event

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Shatter the Stigma

Univision WLTV Channel 23 “Al Amanercer” “El Estigma de la Salud Mental” October 6, 2015 Click here for the original article.

ABC WPLG Channel 10 Weekend News “Shatter the Stigma”

ABC WPLG Channel 10 Weekend News “Shatter the Stigma”

Ruling could help providers recover money from Medicare Advantage sequestration cuts

A recent decision by a federal judge may help bolster providers’ lawsuits against Medicare Advantage plans over those plans’ decisions to slash reimbursement rates in response to federal budget cuts. 

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Hollywood Settles Beating Claim for $240,000

Paul Gozaloff, 45, a computer technician, was putting up campaign posters for presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani in Hollywood in 2008 when he went to a traffic stop while trying to find another campaign sign worker.

Ocwen, Assurant Deal Objectors Say 9th Circ. Is On Their Side

Objectors to a $140 million deal between homeowners, Ocwen Financial Corp., and Assurant Inc. over allegedly inflated force-placed insurance premiums asked a Florida federal court Thursday to consider a Ninth Circuit ruling pointing to “subtle signs” that class counsel, in that case, skewed a settlement in their own interest.

Borrowers Seek Final OK For $54M Deal In Nationstar Row

Borrowers accusing Nationstar Mortgage LLC of colluding with force-placed insurance providers to make lucrative profits asked a Florida federal judge on Monday to finalize a $54 million settlement of their class action, calling it an “extraordinary” result for the plaintiffs.