Deva Concepts, LLC is the defendant in at least three proposed class action lawsuits that allege the company’s line of DevaCurl products have caused many curly-haired users to experience scalp irritation, excessive shedding and hair loss.
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 proposed class action lawsuit has been filed against the makers of the Baby Brezza Formula Pro and Formula Pro Advanced automatic formula mixing machines.
A class action lawsuit alleges Google violated an Illinois privacy law by scanning, collecting and storing the facial features of people who appear in pictures uploaded to Google Photos.
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.
While Gerber is recognized in America as a trusted brand of baby food products, a proposed class action claims Gerber Life Insurance Company’s “savings” products are “the financial equivalent of junk food.”
A group of independent college bookstores alleges in a proposed class action that a new program offered by major players in the textbook industry is part of a broader scheme to eliminate competition.
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.
A number of companies allege in a sprawling proposed class action that Facebook has overtly attempted to extinguish what it perceives as threats from rival app developers in “the most brazen, willful anticompetitive scheme in a generation.”
General Electric has agreed to pay consumers up to $300 each over allegations that the doors of certain microwaves are prone to shattering.