The latest proposed class action lawsuit thrown onto Apple’s ever-expanding heap of legal troubles stems from the tech giant’s alleged failure to install filters in the vents of its desktop iMacs and MacBook laptops.
Skechers U.S.A., Inc. finds itself staring down a proposed class action lawsuit that alleges the company’s battery-operated light-up sneakers have caused chemical burns to children due to a design defect.
Six consumers have filed a proposed class action lawsuit in which they allege Bose Corporation misleadingly represents that its high-end wireless sports headphones are sweat- and water-resistant and able to operate for hours on end with a single charge.
According to the 13-page complaint, the Snapshot device that drivers plug directly into their cars to collect data for the purpose of calculating insurance rates is defective to the extent that it may significantly damage the user’s vehicle.
Plantronics, Inc.’s BackBeat FIT wireless headphones are the subject of a proposed class action lawsuit filed in California that alleges the supposedly sweatproof and waterproof Bluetooth headphones are not as durable or long-lasting as advertised.
Sears, Roebuck, & Co. is among three defendants in a proposed class action lawsuit filed by a consumer who claims certain Kenmore-brand gas water heaters are defective.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed in California federal court alleges NutriBullet blenders suffer from a design defect that can cause the devices to explode without warning.
A lawsuit claims Pyrex glassware suffers from a defect that affects its ability to withstand extreme temperature changes, causing the glass to explode or shatter.
The Apple Watch is the subject of the latest round of litigation against Apple, Inc., with a new lawsuit alleging every model of the product suffers a defect that can cause its touchscreen to “crack, shatter, or detach.”
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.