A “vast majority” of minority- and woman-owned small businesses were never given the opportunity to apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans before the federal money ran out, a proposed class action lawsuit alleges.
A group of Black content creators has filed a proposed class action lawsuit this week against Google LLC, YouTube LLC and Alphabet Inc. over what they claim is “overt, intentional, and systematic racial discrimination” against the Black community.
A proposed class action filed against McDonald’s highlights what the case refers to as “pattern and practice of sex discrimination” at the fast food behemoth’s corporate-operated restaurants in Florida.
A proposed class and collective action out of California alleges Barnes & Noble, Inc. has engaged in a “ruthless and unscrupulous purging” of employees who are age 40 or older in order to replace them with a younger workforce.
Facebook finds itself as the defendant in another round of even more class action litigation, with a lawsuit alleging that it has discriminatorily denied older and female users the opportunity to receive information on financial services opportunities.
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.
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 brief blog post explaining some changes ClassAction.org will be making to how we cover ADA class actions lawsuits over on our Newswire.
A Hispanic man claims in a proposed class action lawsuit that The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Northern New England, Inc. applies a preference for white employees.