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Sovereign Bancorp overinvested its workers' retirement funds in company stock without warning them of its self-serving conflicts of interest that cost them millions of dollars, they claim in a class-action ERISA complaint in Philadelphia Federal Court.

HR Affiliatesillegally fired an employee and canceled her insurance coverageafter she suffered multiple organ failure from e. coli poisoning, Amelia Seraiah claims in Louisville Federal Court.

Class-action complaints alleging Labor Code violations have been filed against these defendants: United Mortgage Group, and Panera Bread Co., in San Francisco Federal Court; All-City Management Services, and Dawn Barnes Karate Kids, in Los Angeles Superior Court; The Munirs Co. / International House of Pancakes, in Sacramento Superior Court; Tri-Tech Construction Corp., in Brooklyn Federal Court; Fastener Supply & Tool, in Tampa Federal Court; Urban Out Sitters, in Cook County Chancery Court; Boreland-Groover Clinic, in Jacksonville Federal Court; and Brain & Spine Neurosurgery and affiliates, in Fort Pierce, Fla., Federal Court.

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