A New York consumer has filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. after her 16-month-old daughter allegedly suffered a severe allergic reaction to undisclosed eggs or milk in the company’s Parent’s Choice Organic Rice Rusks.
A lawsuit claims the makers of Halo Top ice cream have for years underfilled pints of the product, throwing off those who rely on the number of calories per pint.
A lawsuit claims Pyrex glassware suffers from a defect that affects its ability to withstand extreme temperature changes, causing the glass to explode or shatter.
In this week's roundup of the latest class action news we have a settlement from Tesla, a dismissed Honda soy-based wiring case and a data breach from MyHeritage.
The Apple Watch is the subject of the latest round of litigation against Apple, Inc., with a new lawsuit alleging every model of the product suffers a defect that can cause its touchscreen to “crack, shatter, or detach.”
In this week's roundup we have a Spotify copyright settlement, a startling ruling by the Supreme Court and another case against Facebook.
The latest case to be filed against Facebook, Inc. alleges that the company systematically inflates both the prices for cost-per-click (CPC) advertisements and the user data metrics reported to advertisers.
Netgear, Inc. is on the receiving end of yet another proposed class action lawsuit this week, with a new complaint alleging the company’s Wi-Fi range extenders “do not, and cannot,” extend the range of a consumer’s network as advertised.
A consumer claims Netgear's Arlo Baby monitor 'simply didn't work' upon its release, and that the company should answer for failing to release a companion tablet.
The plaintiff claims an Easton baseball bat he purchased for his minor son weighed approximately three ounces more than advertised.