Certain models of French-door Samsung refrigerators come with built-in ice makers. A proposed class action lawsuit filed back in February 2017 alleges these ice makers are defective and have caused substantial problems for consumers.
This week, we have important news on something we’ve been tracking for a while – the birth control device Essure is set to be discontinued in the U.S. Plus: the Department of Education is taking some heat from the CFPB, and more.
Nestlé USA, Inc. finds itself as the defendant in a proposed class action filed in California federal court.
A class action lawsuit filed in 2003 against Ticketmaster has settled. Here’s what you need to know about the case, the settlement, and what you might be able to get out of it.
We’re back with another compilation of the latest in class action news. Enough of the formalities, let’s get into it.
Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. and parent company Unilever United States have been named in a new lawsuit over the allegedly deceptive labeling, marketing and sale of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream products.
Sears, Roebuck, & Co. is among three defendants in a proposed class action lawsuit filed by a consumer who claims certain Kenmore-brand gas water heaters are defective.
L’Oreal USA, Inc. finds itself facing claims that the packaging for some of its liquid cosmetic products is deceptive and materially misleading to consumers.
Google finds itself in the crosshairs of a proposed class action lawsuit filed by two plaintiffs in California federal court.
Back in October, you heard the news that Lumber Liquidators agreed to settle the litigation against it for $36 million. Now it’s time for consumers to start submitting claims.