Here's a simple question: when you buy something, do you expect to get what you've paid for? Should products be correctly labeled and advertised?
It seems like only yesterday that banks across the country were facing class action lawsuits for manipulating customers' transaction orders to maximize overdraft fees.
'Bad-faith' objectors to class action settlements are reportedly causing problems by lodging complaints and extracting payoffs from lawyers eager to make them go away.
Last month, a federal judge in California gave final approval to a $14.7 billion settlement in the much-publicized Volkswagen emissions scandal case.
If Shakespeare's to be believed, a rose by any other name would still smell as sweet. It's a nice idea, but a lousy principle – especially when it comes to work.