Owlet Smart Sock baby monitors are the subject of a recent proposed class action lawsuit that claims the devices do not monitor babies’ heart rates and oxygen levels as promised and can burn infants’ feet even when used properly.
Wayfair finds itself on the receiving end of a proposed class action lawsuit that alleges the online home furnishing retailer has for at least two years sold mattresses and other items that were “infested and crawling” with bedbugs.
No stranger to litigation, DoorDash has recently been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit, this time alleging that the on-demand food delivery service adds sales tax to customers’ orders in states that don’t have a sales tax on prepared food.
The sweeping, multi-pronged college admissions bribery scandal has yielded its first proposed class action lawsuit.
Claire’s Stores, Inc. has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit after some of the retailer’s cosmetic products were suspected of containing asbestos.
Kona coffee farmers have filed a proposed class action lawsuit against a number of major retailers and wholesalers who they allege pass off “ordinary commodity coffee” as authentic coffee grown in the Kona District of Hawaii’s Big Island.
Two New York consumers have filed a proposed class action lawsuit in which they allege they paid more than a combined $210 for annual MoviePass subscriptions and in exchange were able to see a grand total of three movies over the course of a year. Three.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges Duracell’s 250, 300 and 350 model LED flashlights, sold with full sets of Duracell AAA batteries, are defective in that they rapidly drain their batteries, while turned off, in fewer than 30 days.
Two Pennsylvania and New Jersey restaurants have filed a proposed class action lawsuit in which they allege Grubhub has for years taken commissions from eateries for phone calls in which no food order was placed.
Can an Epsom salt bath really relieve muscle soreness – or is it just an old wives’ tale? A proposed class action recently filed in Connecticut insists on the latter.