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.
Nestlé USA, Inc. is the defendant in a proposed class action lawsuit in which the plaintiff alleges the company’s cocoa beans sourced from West Africa, namely from the Ivory Coast and Ghana, are produced using child labor.
Loews Corporation and Loews Hotels Holding Corporation are the defendants in a New York man’s proposed class action lawsuit that alleges the companies’ Florida hotels violate state law.
A consumer in California alleges in a just-filed proposed class action lawsuit that Bumble Bee Foods, LLC is not being truthful about the quality of its “Premium Select Medium Red Smoked Salmon Filets in Oil.”
Two California consumers have filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Whole Foods Market, Inc. that alleges the grocer deceptively mislabels its supposedly “hypoallergenic” body care products.
The heavyweights of the soft drink industry have been hit with separate proposed class action lawsuits that allege their use of the word 'diet.'
PepsiCo, Inc. and three subsidiaries have been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit hoping to take the companies to task for allegedly failing to tell the whole truth about how Naked Juice Co.’s “Naked Pressed” line of cold pressed juices are made.
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.
McDonald's is facing an antitrust class action lawsuit alleging it conspires with franchisees to suppress employees' wages nationwide.
A proposed class action alleges GrubHub, Inc. systematically deceives consumers by increasing delivery fees and charging app users extra for deliveries.