We are knee-deep in that time of year collectively known as “The Holiday Season.” Feelings of goodwill, cheer and possible holiday-driven anxieties aside, let’s catch up with what you may have missed since Thanksgiving.
A consumer in California alleges in a just-filed proposed class action lawsuit that Bumble Bee Foods, LLC is not being truthful about the quality of its “Premium Select Medium Red Smoked Salmon Filets in Oil.”
The RealReal, Inc. finds itself as the defendant in a proposed class action lawsuit in which a Michigan resident alleges the luxury consignment retailer systematically inflates the total weights of uncertificated gemstones.
Online mattress retailer Casper Sleep Inc. is one of two defendants in a five-count proposed class action lawsuit in which the plaintiff alleges the company, with co-defendant NaviStone, Inc., effectively wiretaps visitors to Casper.com.
Folks, it pains me that we must once again subject ourselves to a Class Action Roundup full of Equifax news items. Let’s rip the band-aid off quickly then, shall we?
Two California consumers have filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Whole Foods Market, Inc. that alleges the grocer deceptively mislabels its supposedly “hypoallergenic” body care products.
Two anonymous plaintiffs allege in a new proposed class action lawsuit that Uber’s failure to implement adequate background checks for drivers and put in place other reasonable safety measures has put female passengers in danger.
Vizio, Inc. finds itself as the defendant in a proposed class action lawsuit that alleges the company misled consumers about the ability of certain Smart TV models to stream content directly from the YouTube App.
October has provided at least a glimmer of hope for aggrieved Navient student loan borrowers.
A brief blog post explaining some changes ClassAction.org will be making to how we cover ADA class actions lawsuits over on our Newswire.