While the operators of TikTok abruptly settled a case over the alleged collection of children’s data without parental consent, the companies still face a proposed class action in California over claims that it shared children’s data with China.
An Illinois father has filed a proposed class action lawsuit in which he claims College Board unlawfully sold his daughter’s personal information after she took several of its standardized tests.
General Motors’ legal woes have come to encompass yet another crop of the Detroit automaker’s most popular vehicles.
The 33-page lawsuit claims Young Living’s promises of financial gain are “nothing more than a pipe dream” and that the company is actually an illegal pyramid scheme that thrives at the expense of its members.
Five military families allege that the private entities that own and manage housing at MacDill Air Force Base are to blame for rampant mold problems and related health issues.
If you’ve shopped at a Home Depot in Illinois, you may be owed $5,000, according to a proposed class action lawsuit. On a less exciting note, though, you may also need to be concerned about the safety of your facial features.
A father and son tandem of plaintiffs allege in a proposed class action lawsuit that Pottery Barn and parent company Williams-Sonoma have “ignor[ed] documented safety concerns” and continue to sell baby crib bumpers as “safe crib accessories.”
A proposed class and collective action out of California alleges Barnes & Noble, Inc. has engaged in a “ruthless and unscrupulous purging” of employees who are age 40 or older in order to replace them with a younger workforce.
A class action alleges Whirlpool’s Aug. 2019 recall for electric glass cooktops that defectively turn on by themselves is "entirely inadequate.”
After putting the proposed deal on hold due to concerns raised by several objectors, a judge has given final approval to a settlement that ends class action litigation over excessive oil consumption problems affecting Chevy Equinox and GMC Terrain SUVs.