For gig workers in California, the talk of the town has been the newly enacted Assembly Bill 5, which went into effect on January 1, 2020.
After a few days of threats and Twitter outrage, Robinhood Markets, Inc. has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit in Florida over the outages many users of the securities trading app experienced during the first week of March 2020.
Two Pennsylvania and New Jersey restaurants have filed a proposed class action lawsuit in which they allege Grubhub has for years taken commissions from eateries for phone calls in which no food order was placed.
Nine plaintiffs have put their names on a lawsuit in which they allege public service professionals have been turned away from the federal government’s Public Service Loan Forgiveness program as a direct result of Navient’s “fraudulent misconduct.”
A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed in California against Coinbase, Inc., which does business as the Global Digital Asset Exchange (GDAX).
After Forbes last week published a piece on ADA website accessibility class actions, we thought to bolster the conversation by providing a (very long) case list.
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.
Navient Corporation is among the defendants in yet another proposed class action that alleges the company misled student loan borrowers.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today issued a new rule banning companies who offer financial products from wielding arbitration clauses.
[UPDATE: DISMISSED BY PLAINTIFF] Navient has now been hit with a consumer-filed class action claiming it intentionally put up roadblocks to prevent student loan borrowers from repaying their loans.