According to the complaint, NUK Orthodontic pacifiers, rather than enhancing children’s oral and orofacial development as represented on the products’ packaging, can actually cause significant harm.
In reality, there is no such thing as ‘Prime’ Pork, the lawsuit charges, since pork is not graded by the USDA the same way that beef is.
Lumber Liquidators has agreed to pay $30 million to end a 2014 class action lawsuit in which consumers alleged the company’s Morning Star strand bamboo flooring is uniformly defective.
Here’s what you need to know about the $117.5 million Yahoo data breach settlement—and how to file a claim if your personal information was compromised.
[UPDATE] A $248 million settlement has been reached to end the decade-old MDL over defective Chinese-manufactured drywall, potentially covering thousands of homeowners nationwide.
“Google and YouTube continue to threaten and harm the entire LGBTQ+ YouTube Community by using their power over free speech and expression as a pretext to systematically target and suppress the video content created or viewed by the LGBTQ+ Community."
A Dodge Ram owner has filed a proposed class action lawsuit in which he claims the trucks are plagued by refueling issues due to a defective fuel tank filler neck.
[UPDATE] This week, Whirlpool Corporation agreed to a deal worth approximately $21 million to end a proposed class action lawsuit filed over an alleged drain tube defect in certain French-door, bottom-mount refrigerators.
A New York consumer has filed a proposed class action lawsuit in which she alleges on-demand dog walker provider Wag Labs, Inc. has pulled in huge profits on the backs of dogs that were “lost, stolen, abused and killed” while in the custody of walkers.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges that Just For Men hair dyes are “more dangerous than an ordinary consumer would expect.”