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Tacoma, Sequoia and Tundra
Rusted Frame Settlement

Blood Hurst & O’Reardon has 
reached a $3.4 billion settlement 
to have the frames of certain Toyota Tacoma, Sequoia and Tundra vehicles 
inspected for excessive rust corrosion. Corroded frames are dangerous 
and must be replaced, so we urge 
all class members to have their 
vehicles inspected. When excessive
rust corrosion is found, Toyota will 
replace the frame. The vehicles 
covered are 2005-2010 Tacomas, 
2007-2008 Tundras and 2005-2008 Sequoias. Inspections and frame replacements are at no charge to 
vehicle owners and lessees.

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Align Probiotic Class Certified

If you purchased the probiotic
supplement called Align, a class
action lawsuit alleges it does not work.
You should know about the certified
class action and upcoming trial, what
you need to do and the deadlines to act.

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Active Advantage
Settlement Reached

A settlement has been reached
regarding Active Advantage
membership fees. Class members
can receive full refunds of the
membership fees and, funds
permitting, up to three times more.

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HAMP Class Certified

If you are a California residential
mortgage borrower who entered into
a HAMP Trial Period Plan (TPP) with
Wells Fargo or America’s Servicing Co.,
you should know about the certified
class action, what you need to do
and the deadlines to act.

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Paula M. Roach (cont.)

Phone: 619.338.1100
Fax: 619.338.1101

Prior to joining Blood Hurst & O’Reardon, Ms. Roach was an associate at Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins. While there, she represented plaintiffs in a number of complex class action litigation matters involving: price-fixing claims against the world’s largest aftermarket auto lighting parts manufacturers and distributors; monopoly claims against the largest seller of portable media players; price fixing claims against containerboard manufacturers; race-discrimination claims against mortgage lenders; and false and deceptive practices in the sale of defective children’s products and toys. Some of these actions include: In re Apple iPod iTunes Antitrust Litigation (N.D. Cal.); In re Mattel, Inc. Toy Lead Paint Prods. Liab. Litigation (C.D. Cal.); In re Aftermarket Automotive Lighting Products Antitrust Litigation (C.D. Cal.); Payares v. Chase Bank (C.D. Cal.); Salazar v. Greenpoint Mortgage (N.D. Cal.); Puello v. Citifinancial (D. Mass.); Morris v. CBS Broadcasting (S.D.N.Y.); In re Aqua Dots Prods. Liab. Litigation (N.D. Ill.); and Berry v. Mega Brands, Inc. (D.N.J.).