This week, Whirlpool Corporation agreed to a deal worth approximately $21 million to end a proposed class action lawsuit filed over an alleged drain tube defect in certain French-door, bottom-mount refrigerators.
A New York consumer has filed a proposed class action lawsuit in which she alleges on-demand dog walker provider Wag Labs, Inc. has pulled in huge profits on the backs of dogs that were “lost, stolen, abused and killed” while in the custody of walkers.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges that Just For Men hair dyes are “more dangerous than an ordinary consumer would expect.”
Six plaintiffs from six states have put their names on a proposed class action lawsuit in which they allege Britax Child Safety’s BOB line of jogging strollers suffers from a defect that can allow the front wheel of a stroller to detach unexpectedly.
Many companies who utilize forced arbitration as a condition of use do not afford consumers the option to opt out; you either agree to sign away your right to handle problems through litigation.