This edition of the Roundup includes an investor class action against AT&T, possible gender-based pay disparities at Disney, a big ol’ Fiat Chrysler settlement, and more.
Fisher-Price, Mattel and Amazon are facing a proposed class action lawsuit filed by parents who allege their three-month-old daughter died just minutes after being placed in Fisher-Price’s now-recalled Rock ‘n Play Sleeper.
Harley-Davidson has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit that alleges it’s sold tens of thousands of motorcycles that contained “a hidden and dangerous defect” in their anti-lock braking systems (ABS).
Owlet Smart Sock baby monitors are the subject of a recent proposed class action lawsuit that claims the devices do not monitor babies’ heart rates and oxygen levels as promised and can burn infants’ feet even when used properly.
With the lawsuits focusing on the health crisis, it’s easy to assume that people who took the drugs are behind the cases; however, you’d be surprised to find that less than one percent of plaintiffs are individuals. So, who’s filing these lawsuits?
A little more than a week after it permanently suspended operations just eight games into its inaugural season, the defunct Alliance of American Football (AAF) finds itself staring down more than one proposed class action lawsuit.
Wayfair finds itself on the receiving end of a proposed class action lawsuit that alleges the online home furnishing retailer has for at least two years sold mattresses and other items that were “infested and crawling” with bedbugs.
In this edition of the ClassAction.org Roundup, we have some alleged label misrepresentations from Clif Bar and Poland Springs, a Vice gender discrimination suit – and at this point, what would a roundup be without Facebook?
No stranger to litigation, DoorDash has recently been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit, this time alleging that the on-demand food delivery service adds sales tax to customers’ orders in states that don’t have a sales tax on prepared food.
In an age where we spend plenty of time on the Internet, we have grown accustomed to websites that look, you know, good. And for anyone who has ever claimed money from a class action settlement, you may have had this expectation shattered.