In September 2016, it was announced that a $52 million settlement has been reached in an antitrust class action lawsuit filed in 2014 against the National Milk Producers Federation, also known as Cooperatives Working Together, and its members.… More
McCrory, Arkansas and its police chief are the defendants in a proposed civil rights class action filed over an ordinance banning from the city any mobile home worth less than $7,500, with non-compliant owners facing fines of up to $500 per day.… More
Toyota Motor Corporation and Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. are the defendants in a proposed class action alleging the soy-based wiring insulation included in certain vehicle models entices rodents to "chew through, eat, or otherwise damages and compromise" the cars' wiring.… More
In September 2016, Facebook produced a statement confessing to miscalculating how it measures video viewership, a problematic "discrepancy," the social media network called it, that greatly peeved high-spending advertisers and publishers who rely on accurate numbers to gauge how they invest.… More
General Mills has been hit with a putative class action lawsuit in California that takes aim at the amount of sugar in its cereals, bars and other food products. The suit claims that General Mills continues to profit by advertising high-sugar food products alongside health and wellness claims.… More
Remember that song "Bound 2" by Kanye West? If you aren't a fan because of Kanye's sweet lyrics (Leave a pretty girl, sad reputation. Start a fight club, Brad reputation), then you may be familiar with it because of the inclusion of a sample from the 1971 song "Bound." Oh, and the lawsuit.… More
Target has been hit with a proposed class action in California that alleges the retail chain deceptively charged "returned payment fees" in connection with its store debit cards. Target offers store-brand debit cards as an alternative to credit cards and offers a discount for purchases… More
The New York Times has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit alleging there's a pattern of race, age and gender discrimination at one of the country's largest news outlets. The lawsuit says that the problems started when Mark Thompson was appointed CEO, despite controversy at his… More
Sanofi has been hit with a lawsuit claiming that it knowingly misrepresented the facts of its breast cancer treatment drug, Taxotere. According to the lawsuit, Sanofi employees were trained to provide deceptive information about the safety and effectiveness of Taxotere, while doctors were bribed to coax them into prescribing the drug for unapproved uses. The plaintiff claims that the drug has a higher toxicity than similar medications and could cause side effects that aren’t limited to permanent hair loss. Sanofi allegedly hid opinions and studies that they didn’t agree with – including studies from the Food and Drug Administration.
Royal Caribbean has been hit with another proposed class action after it allowed one of its cruise ships to sail despite severe storm warnings. This time the lawsuit comes from 40 families with autistic children who claim that the wind and waves caused them both physical and mental injury as they were tossed about their cabins.
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