A proposed class action filed this week claims CVS-branded “flushable” wipes do not disintegrate in the way consumers would expect and can cause clogs, flooding and other plumbing problems.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges UV Sanitizer USA has falsely and misleadingly advertised its portable ultraviolet (UV) light sanitizer in that the product cannot kill 99.99 percent of viruses, bacteria, germs and molds as promised.
A proposed class action filed this week claims the supposedly “grain-free” Nature’s Domain dog and puppy food sold under Costco’s Kirkland brand may contain significant amounts of wheat and other fillers.
A proposed class action filed last week claims Huda Beauty’s Neon Obsessions makeup products are represented as eyeshadows despite containing color additives that aren’t approved for use near the eye.
A class action claims Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Toyota, Mitsubishi and certain parts makers concealed for years an electrical defect affecting the airbag control units found in millions of vehicles.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed in California this week claims the packaging of men and women’s Degree, Dove, and Axe deodorants is purposely designed to deceive consumers into thinking they’re getting more product than they actually are.
A proposed class action aims to blow the lid off what the suit describes as a multi-layered “free trial” scam ring involving dozens of companies and individuals whose “only goal” is to fraudulently obtain consumers’ financial information.
A proposed class action alleges Rachel Ray Nutrish-brand Zero Grain dog food is harmful to dogs in that the product is deficient of taurine and contains legume-based protein, a combination linked to a potentially fatal heart condition.
Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. and Live Nation Entertainment Co. have joined the ranks of companies facing lawsuits for allegedly refusing to issue refunds after the coronavirus pandemic disrupted the lives of millions of Americans.
A proposed class action filed this week claims the Simply Nourish line of pet food products may not be as healthy as consumers are led to believe.