AI image tools DreamUp, Midjourney and DreamStudio are at the center of a proposed class action that alleges the products’ reliance on copyrighted images to generate work “in the style of” certain creators has illegally siphoned money from artists.
Honda Motor Company and its American subsidiary were hit with a proposed class action this week that alleges certain Honda Pilot, Honda Odyssey, Acura TLX and Acura MDX vehicles suffer from a defect that can cause their engines to stall.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed late last week claims certain Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain vehicles are plagued by a defect that causes the SUVs to burn or consume excessive amounts of oil, leading to a risk of catastrophic engine damage.
A proposed class action filed last week alleges Ford Motor Company has sold approximately three million vehicles equipped with defective shift cable bushings, creating a serious risk of unintended movement and rollaway crashes.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed this week claims the 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe is afflicted by a defect that prevents the plug-in hybrid vehicle from running on electric power for extended periods of time, particularly during cold weather.
Rumor has it that dark chocolate is a healthier option when it comes to sweets, but according to a proposed class action filed last week, such a theory might be worth double-checking.
A proposed class action claims certain Breville Smart Oven Air Fryer Pros are defective in that the product’s front window can spontaneously explode while the oven is in use.
Yuga Labs is among dozens of defendants facing a proposed class action that alleges the blockchain start-up conspired to leverage a vast network of A-list celebrities to misleadingly promote and sell at artificially inflated prices Yuga’s NFTs.
A proposed class action alleges Huggies diapers can cause “extreme chemical burns” and rashes due to Kimberly-Clark Corporation’s failure to control how much of a particular skin-irritating chemical is used during the manufacturing process.
A proposed class action alleges Global Plasma Solutions (GPS) has preyed on consumers desperate to protect themselves from illness by falsely advertising that its products can eliminate all sorts of diseases from the air, including the COVID-19 virus.