According to the lawsuit, there is “no safe level of benzene” exposure, meaning the defendant’s products are unsuitable for human use and could even endanger users’ health.
Have you gotten an email or a postcard that says something about a Blue Cross Blue Shield class action settlement? Or maybe you’ve seen an ad about it?
The attorneys handling a group of 13 class action lawsuits that alleged certain DevaCurl products can cause scalp irritation and hair loss have asked a federal judge to approve a proposed $5.2 million settlement to end the litigation.
July 26, 2021
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July 29, 2021 — If you’ve tried to return or exchange a product lately and were denied for unknown or unspecified reasons, a new lawsuit might hold the answer as to why.
July 28, 2021 — The attorneys handling a group of 13 class action lawsuits that alleged certain DevaCurl products can cause scalp irritation and hair loss have asked a federal judge to approve a proposed $5.2 million settlement to end the litigation.
A proposed class action filed on Wednesday claims certain Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country minivans were built with a defective door latch system.
A proposed class action filed this week in California claims subscribers to HP’s “Instant Ink” program have received far less than they bargained for.
A proposed class action has been filed this week on the heels of a June 14 recall of certain Philips sleep and respiratory care devices after it was discovered that the “sound abatement” foam used in the products could pose a health risk to users.
Packaged terminal air conditioner (PTAC) systems sold by LG Electronics in Hawaii are defective in that the condenser, evaporator and connective tubing all have a propensity to fail in the state’s tropical climate, a proposed class action alleges.
Single-use plastic water bottles sold by the Coca-Cola Company, Nestlé Waters successor BlueTriton Brands and Niagara Bottling are not “100% recyclable” as the companies claim—and may be barely recyclable at all, a proposed class action says.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed this week claims Allbirds, Inc., maker of the popular “sustainable” wool running sneakers, has misled consumers regarding its carbon footprint and animal welfare claims.