Finkelstein, Blankinship,
Frei-Pearson & Garber, LLP.

445 Hamilton Ave, Suite 605
White Plains, New York, 10601

P: Toll Free 844 431 0695
P: Local 914 298 3281
F: Local 914 824 1561
E: CIS@fbfglaw.com

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Welcome to FBFG

The lawyers at FBF&G are deeply committed to helping regular people who have been wronged by powerful businesses. We are proud to represent consumers, employees, and others who have been harmed by corporate greed and unlawful practices. As evidenced by our track record of success, our team of attorneys has the talent and work ethic to win the toughest cases.

Areas of Practice

FBF&G represents clients in class actions and complex litigation in a variety of areas including, but not limited to:

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Consumer Protection

Too many companies try to pad their profits by using unethical practices, such as relying on deceptive language or fine print to mislead.

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Employment Law

Every worker in America deserves to be fully and fairly paid for their work. Unfortunately, too many companies mistreat their employees.

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Consumer Privacy

Although we live in an increasingly public and inter-connected world, we are still entitled to keep our personal information private.

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Securities and Investor Fraud

Unfortunately, some unscrupulous companies and individuals take advantage of the complexity of our modern system to defraud investors.

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Whistleblower Actions

FBF&G is well-suited to represent individuals who know about fraud and have the courage to speak up about it – “whistleblowers.”

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FBFG Investigating False Advertising Concerning Zylast XP Antiseptic, Zylast XP Antiseptic Foaming Soap, Zylast XP Antiseptic Lotion, and Other Zylast Antiseptics

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently filed a complaint against Innovative BioDefense, Inc. to prohibit the company from selling its Zylast antiseptics with allegedly
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Have You Purchased Sunsafe Rx Pills to Protect Against Sunburn or UV Rays? You May Have Been a Victim of False Advertising

The United States Food and Drug Administration recently slapped Sunsafe Rx with a warning over the sale and marketing of these pills, which falsely claim
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Have you Purchased a Sealy Mattress? You may have been a Victim of Consumer Fraud

A comfortable mattress is essential to getting a good night’s sleep.  Many consumers spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on a mattress so they can
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Have you been Misclassified as an Independent Contractor?

Tens of millions of dollars have been recovered in lawsuits alleging that employers misclassify employees as independent contractors to skirt government rules on minimum wage,
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Practice Areas

What is a Class Action?

A class action is a type of lawsuit in which the claims and rights of a group of people are decided in a single case. Class actions are often the only practical way to stop illegal practices and recover gains because they allow regular people to join together in one case against a powerful wrongdoer. Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas explained that “The class action is one of the few legal remedies the small claimant has against those who command the status quo.”

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Bobby C.

“Jeremiah Frei-Pearson and the lawyers at FBFG represented me and my colleagues in an unpaid wages case against my former employer, a Fortune 500 company. The FBFG lawyers did an amazing job fighting for me – they outworked and out-argued the big company’s lawyers. Because my lawyers fought for me, my employer was ordered to pay me more than $20,000 in wages that it wrongfully withheld.”

Bobby C.

Angela W.

“When an energy company charged prices that were too high, the lawyers at FBF&G took the company to court; FBF&G made the company compensate me and other consumers and change its unlawful practices.”

Angela W.

Greg N.

When my employer didn’t pay fair wages, the lawyers at FBF&G stood up for me and my fellow workers, and got us the money we were owed.

Greg N.