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 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.
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.
Navient Corporation is among the defendants in yet another proposed class action that alleges the company misled student loan borrowers.
The lawsuits allege LensCrafters’ Accufit system is nothing more than a “selling point,” and that the company manufactures its glasses using “decades-old” technology.
Two South Carolina plaintiffs say Amazon.com sold defective glasses meant for viewing the Aug. 21 solar eclipse and reacted too late in warning consumers.
A proposed class action filed August 7 in Rhode Island claims CVS Health Corporation, with help from several large pharmacy benefit managers, is behind a scheme by which it overcharges insured customers for generic drugs.
Claims made by Atkins Nutritionals, Inc. about net carbs in some of its foods may mislead consumers about the products’ impact on blood sugar levels.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges Blue Buffalo Pet Products, Inc. knowingly makes, markets and sells dog food contaminated with excessive levels of lead.
A proposed class action alleges GrubHub, Inc. systematically deceives consumers by increasing delivery fees and charging app users extra for deliveries.