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Everyone loves saving money – and knowing how much you're saving only makes the deal seem sweeter. Why pay full price when so many outlet stores are offering huge discounts? Even better, with the department store price clearly listed next to the discounted price, shoppers can find out… More
It's no surprise that big businesses don't like class action lawsuits. The reason is simple: class actions are effective and offer groups of consumers a way to fight corporations on equal footing. One person may never be able to take a company to court over, say, inaccurately labeled… More
Honda has been hit with a class action lawsuit alleging that the company's 2015 Honda CR-V suffers from a defect that causes them to rattle and vibrate violently. The problem, the suit says, stems from design problems that have "plagued" the vehicle since its introduction.… More
Gerber Products Co. has been hit with a lawsuit over health claims on the company's Good Start Gentle infant formula. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, accuses Gerber of falsely marketing its formula and making allergy-based "health claims"… More
A judge in California has certified a class action lawsuit that accuses Yahoo of illegally scanning e-mails sent to Yahoo Mail users. The suit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, claims that e-mails sent to Yahoo addresses by non-Yahoo Mail users are… More