Author: Felicia Valentine

Felicia Valentine is a force of nature. She volunteers her time at the local homeless shelter. Felicia also has a degree in theology, and she grew up in the Midwest. Her parents were both class action attorneys. Felicia is always looking to help others, and she hopes to make the world a better place for everyone.

The Flint water crisis has been making headlines for years, and now a mass tort action is finally underway. Though often described as a class-action case, the Flint civil litigation is primarily what is known as a “mass tort” action, involving tens of thousands of individual plaintiffs, though it does have some class-action components as well. This lawsuit could potentially hold Michigan officials responsible for the Flint water crisis and award millions of dollars in damages to Flint, Michigan residents. If you’re wondering what this lawsuit is all about, or if you want to know how to get involved, read…

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If you used Facebook in 2010 or 2011, it is certain that your data was harvested by the social media giant. The Facebook tracking class action lawsuit filed against them 11 years ago accused Mark Zuckerberg’s platform of tracking users across other websites even after they logged off the social media website. Today, the U.S. District Court for Nothern California approved a $90 million class action settlement to resolve the claims. Millions of Facebook users are eligible for a portion of the settlement if they visited other sites between April 25, 2010, and September 25, 2011, that displayed the Facebook…

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The Jury Has Spoken in the United States v. Ghislaine Maxwell Ghislaine Maxwell, 60 years old and originally from Britain, was sentenced on Tuesday to 20 years in prison for procuring teen girls that were pimped out by Jeffrey Epstein. She maintains her innocence but will not be able to make any excuses as she serves her time behind bars. Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted sex offender and American financier, whose elite associates once included Prince Andrew of Britain, former President Bill Clinton, former President Donald Trump, and Kevin Spacey (charged earlier this week on 4 charges of sexual assault in…

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Whether you’re a law student or just have a casual interest in the legal system, you’ll love these best legal movies of all time. From dramas to comedies, these films will keep you entertained while teaching you about the legal process. Some of the best legal movies ever made include To Kill A Mockingbird, A Few Good Men, and The Verdict. Cuintegrator will give you a brief synopsis of each movie and tell you why it’s considered one of the best. So put on your robe and take a seat at the cinema! 1. To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) Photo…

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In a stunning 30% decline in just one year, the cryptocurrency market has been experiencing an unprecedented downturn. One of these coins is Dogecoin which was developed in 2019 by then 49-year-old Elon Musk and backed by his companies SpaceX as well as Tesla Motorsports Inc., located in the Bay Area. Both companies are also named defendants in the proposed class action against Elon Musk filed out in New York City for operating what’s being called “a pyramid scheme.” The complaint claims that since 2019 when Musk began buying, developing, promoting, supporting, and operating Dogecoin more than ever before, proposed…

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Kevin Spacey, one of Hollywood’s most prominent actors, was formally charged Monday, June 13 with four counts of sexual assault against three men, London’s Metropolitan Police stated in a news release. Westminster Magistrates Court has set a date for Spacey’s hearing. He’ll appear in court on Thursday and faces charges that include causing someone else to engage in penetrative sexual activity without consent. The “House of Cards” actor said in a statement last month that he will “voluntarily appear in the U.K. as soon as can be arranged and defend me against these charges, which I am confident will prove…

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Class action lawsuits are a way for people to band together and hold big companies and corporations accountable for their unlawful practices. While most of these lawsuits result in a positive change, sometimes the settlements reached are ridiculous. In this blog post, Cuintegrator takes a look at 7 of the most ridiculous class action lawsuits of all time. Man Sues Budweiser For Not Helping Him Attract Beautiful Women Editorial Credit: Lightspring Budweiser wasn’t the first company to use gorgeous and flirtatious women in their ad campaigns, nor were they last. After all, sex sells – especially for American men who…

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It’s been a wild ride watching the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial play out in the tabloids As their divorce drama unfolded in public, we were all left wondering what would happen next. Now that the dust has settled, let’s take a look back at some of the most shocking moments from their messy split. From explosive fights to cheating allegations, here are six moments that had us all glued to our screens. 1. Johnny Depp’s alleged bruises from Amber Heard One of the images in question showed a large bruise on Depp’s lower back and hip area, which…

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