The FTC sued Amazon over allegations that the retail juggernaut has weaponized an arsenal of competition-stifling strategies to illegally maintain monopoly power over the market.
A proposed class action alleges the makers of several brands of aerosol computer dusters have sparked and effectively prolonged a public health crisis of inhalant abuse.
A new proposed class action alleges that Amazon routinely fails to provide free, no-hassle returns as advertised for certain items and instead regularly re-charges consumers who send back products within the designated return window.
A proposed class action lawsuit claims Target has misled consumers by attaching its “Target Clean” label to numerous beauty products that, in fact, contain a litany of harmful or unwanted ingredients.
A proposed class action lawsuit claims J. Crew Group, LLC has unlawfully required customers to provide their contact information as a condition of checkout and then used the data for marketing purposes.
Walmart faces a proposed class action over its alleged failure to address widespread fraud that has for years plagued its money-transfer services at locations nationwide.
A proposed class action alleges the products in Nike’s “sustainable” clothing collection are not as eco-friendly as advertised given the items are not actually made with environmentally friendly materials.
Walmart faces a proposed class action that alleges the mega retailer’s Onn brand of touchscreen tablets are defective in that their screens are liable to crack, develop patches of “dead pixels” and otherwise fail to work as advertised.
IKEA has agreed to pay over $24 million to settle allegations that it put consumers at an increased risk of identity theft by printing credit and debit card receipts that included more than the last five digits of the card number.
A proposed class action alleges certain Kenmore refrigerators sold in the last decade are equipped with a defective linear compressor that can cause the inside of the fridge to fall below a safe food-storing temperature.