A Pennsylvania consumer claims in a proposed class action lawsuit that Southwest Airlines has unlawfully gone against its own contract by failing to offer refunds for flights canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Zoom Video Communications, Inc. has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit that alleges the video conferencing platform shares user data with Facebook and other third parties without adequate notice.
A Wisconsin consumer alleges in a proposed class action lawsuit that StubHub has unlawfully pulled back on its longstanding “FanProtect” guarantee by refusing to issue cash refunds for tickets to events canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
According to the 71-page suit out of California, defendants Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. and Volkswagen AG have “long been aware” of the alleged leaky sunroof defect, yet have concealed it from consumers.
GEICO faces a class action suit that alleges the insurer tricked consumers seeking full coverage into buying policies that offer liability coverage only.
Apple Inc. has agreed to pay as much as $500 million to resolve litigation that alleged the company intentionally slowed down and ultimately harmed the performance of older iPhones through a series of software updates.
Spartan Race Inc. has been hit with a proposed class action in which a Florida man claims the obstacle course event organizer operates a “deceptive and unfair” insurance scheme.
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.
A California consumer claims Starbucks, in a "bait-and-switch" scheme, has deceived customers with regard to the amount of espresso and caffeine in certain Venti-sized drinks.
A Massachusetts DraftKings player alleges in a proposed class action lawsuit that Major League Baseball’s recent sign-stealing scandal tainted the sports gambling platform’s fantasy baseball contests.