An internationally known graffiti artist alleges the New York City Police Department has permanently and unlawfully destroyed valuable, legally created graffiti artwork with a haphazardly executed clean-up campaign carried out by untrained volunteers.
The United States Supreme Court last week defanged the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) of its ability to refund money to consumers when it unanimously ruled that the agency does not have the authority to force companies to return “ill-gotten gains.”
Separate proposed class action lawsuits allege Apple and Google have promoted, enabled and profited from illegal gambling in Alabama by way of offering hundreds of mobile casino-style games of chance through their respective app stores.
A proposed class action aims to represent military families allegedly forced to endure “unacceptable and intolerable” living conditions at Marine Corps base Camp Lejeune.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed this week paints a grim picture of the “potentially hazardous” state of on-base military housing at Fort Bragg, a U.S. Army base in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Former presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg’s 2020 election campaign has been hit with two proposed class actions filed by former staffers who claim they were deprived of promised wages.
Five military families allege that the private entities that own and manage housing at MacDill Air Force Base are to blame for rampant mold problems and related health issues.
Consumers and shareholders Tuesday fired the opening salvos in what is sure to be a complex, prolonged legal battle over Facebook’s true intentions when it comes to safeguarding its users’ privacy.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today issued a new rule banning companies who offer financial products from wielding arbitration clauses.
The United States, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the Department of Homeland Security and other high-ranking authorities are facing a proposed class action.