A proposed class action claims The Wonderful Company has failed to warn consumers that its so-called “natural” Fiji bottled water is contaminated with potentially harmful microplastics.
Though class and collective actions are both representative in nature—that is, both generally seek to represent groups of people who have allegedly suffered a similar harm—there are a few important differences between the two.
A proposed class action out of Washington alleges Amazon.com has conspired with numerous online casino apps to operate an illegal internet gambling scheme through which it exploits users and “reap[s] billions in profits.”
The FTC sued Amazon over allegations that the retail juggernaut has weaponized an arsenal of competition-stifling strategies to illegally maintain monopoly power over the market.
A proposed class action lawsuit claims Target has misled consumers by attaching its “Target Clean” label to numerous beauty products that, in fact, contain a litany of harmful or unwanted ingredients.