The plaintiff, a Georgia resident, alleges in the 38-page lawsuit that she lost approximately $350,000 in retirement savings between January 2018 and September 21, 2020.
A proposed class action filed last week claims Huda Beauty’s Neon Obsessions makeup products are represented as eyeshadows despite containing color additives that aren’t approved for use near the eye.
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 class action claims Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Toyota, Mitsubishi and certain parts makers concealed for years an electrical defect affecting the airbag control units found in millions of vehicles.
Hundreds of dishwasher models made by Whirlpool and sold under the KitchenAid, JennAir, Maytag and Kenmore brand names suffer from a defect that can cause significant leakage and property damage, a proposed class action alleges.
Good news, LG refrigerator owners: LG Electronics USA Inc. has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit that alleged certain model fridges suffered from a compressor defect that caused them to stop cooling.
A proposed class action lawsuit claims Lenovo’s Flex 5 and Yoga 730 devices suffer from a screen defect that’s made worse by using the 2-in-1 tablet/laptops as they were designed and advertised to be used.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed in California this week claims the packaging of men and women’s Degree, Dove, and Axe deodorants is purposely designed to deceive consumers into thinking they’re getting more product than they actually are.
The class action litigation against Robinhood continues to snowball, as plaintiffs charge in a souped-up amended complaint that inexperienced investors drawn in by the stock-trading app’s “game-like interface.”
Did you receive an email from “firstname.lastname@example.org” with the subject line “Notice of Class Action Settlement re Google Plus - Your Rights May Be Affected?” If so, you may be eligible for a piece of the $7.5 million Google+ data breach settlement.