With the Super Bowl just days away, the National Football League finds itself as the defendant in a proposed class action over allegedly widespread streaming issues that plagued last year’s big game.
A bevy of stock brokerages, hedge funds and clearinghouses worked together to strip non-professional individual investors of their right to control their investments amid last week’s social media-driven price increases, a proposed class action alleges.
A proposed antitrust class action lawsuit filed this week claims Valve Corporation, the entity behind the popular Steam platform, and several major video game developers have suppressed competition among video game sellers.
A scathing lawsuit filed this week against Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and Wells Fargo & Co. claims the bank placed military customers’ mortgage loans into forbearance during the COVID-19 pandemic without consent.
Robinhood Financial has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit in the wake of the company’s intentional removal of GameStop (GME) stock from its popular trading app in the midst of an unprecedented rally driven by social media users.
Young Living Essential Oils, LC was hit with a proposed class action this week claiming that consumers have been misled by the company’s statements regarding the health-related benefits of its popular essential oils.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges teeth whitening products hawked by world champion boxer Floyd Mayweather and former New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski have “unjustifiably” been sold for far more than they're worth.
At least 87 kinds of Samsung gas and electric ranges equipped with certain temperature sensors are defective in that they are unable to cook food as intended, a proposed class action claims.
A proposed class action filed this week claims the marketing and advertising of Selsun Blue Naturals Antidandruff Shampoo as a “natural” product is misleading given the shampoo contains synthetic ingredients.
A proposed class action filed this week claims Cottonelle flushable wipes manufactured by Kimberley-Clark Corporation were contaminated with a rare strain of bacteria that can cause symptoms ranging from minor skin irritation to severe infections.