Hundreds of dishwasher models made by Whirlpool and sold under the KitchenAid, JennAir, Maytag and Kenmore brand names suffer from a defect that can cause significant leakage and property damage, a proposed class action alleges.
An amended class action complaint alleges the label claims put forth by Neutrogena that certain makeup removers are rigorously tested and ideal for use on even the most sensitive skin are misleading.
A proposed class action lawsuit claims L’Oreal’s Clarisonic face brushes are unusable due to a critical defect that can cause the product to fail when used in the shower, bath or sink.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges the 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops introduced by Apple in 2016 come equipped with defective screens that, over time, can display a “stage lighting” effect at the bottom before failing completely.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges certain wireless Xbox One controllers made by Microsoft are defective in that a joystick issue can cause “phantom input” or “stick drift,” which can disrupt gameplay.
Deva Concepts, LLC is the defendant in at least three proposed class action lawsuits that allege the company’s line of DevaCurl products have caused many curly-haired users to experience scalp irritation, excessive shedding and hair loss.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges Evenflo Company, in an effort to compete with rival Graco, has falsely and misleadingly advertised its “Big Kid” car booster seat as “side-impact tested” and safe for children as small as 30 pounds.
General Electric has agreed to pay consumers up to $300 each over allegations that the doors of certain microwaves are prone to shattering.
A Pennsylvania driver has filed a proposed class action alleging the 10-speed 10R80 automatic transmission found in model year 2017-2020 Ford F-150s is defective.
General Motors’ legal woes have come to encompass yet another crop of the Detroit automaker’s most popular vehicles.