Nestlé USA, Inc. is the defendant in a proposed class action lawsuit in which the plaintiff alleges the company’s cocoa beans sourced from West Africa, namely from the Ivory Coast and Ghana, are produced using child labor.
It’s time once again to put together a collection of the latest class action lawsuit news. Our latest installment features some Equifax developments, a hullaballoo over L.L. Bean’s former return policy, and other items consumers should know about.
A 54-year-old Pennsylvania man has filed a proposed class action lawsuit against IKEA US Retail, LLC over allegations that he and other hourly employees over 40 were denied leadership development opportunities because of their age.
A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed in Utah in which the plaintiff alleges certain Samsung plasma televisions manufactured after January 2009 contain faulty internal components.
You’ve probably seen the news – Intel is facing a series of proposed class actions over the startling security vulnerabilities known as Meltdown and Spectre. As the lawsuits continue to roll in, ClassAction.org will be cataloging the cases.
At the tail end of 2017, alongside New Year’s resolutions and various tidings of holiday cheer, one question was on the minds of many iPhone users: How do I join a class action lawsuit against Apple?
Can you believe it’s been more than a month since our last roundup? Think of all the holiday-themed (and leftover) baked goods that have been consumed since then!
Apple is now the defendant in a new proposed class action lawsuit claiming, among other allegations, that it has failed to offer acceptable repairs for security vulnerabilities found in its devices’ processors.
The staff here at ClassAction.org will be spending some time away from the office starting on December 22nd.
Loews Corporation and Loews Hotels Holding Corporation are the defendants in a New York man’s proposed class action lawsuit that alleges the companies’ Florida hotels violate state law.