A proposed class action out of Washington alleges Amazon.com, Inc. has cheated consumers out of an estimated $55 billion to $172 billion in savings by blocking third-party sellers from charging lower prices for the same goods on other sites.
A proposed class and collective action out of California alleges Barnes & Noble, Inc. has engaged in a “ruthless and unscrupulous purging” of employees who are age 40 or older in order to replace them with a younger workforce.
Lord & Taylor, LLC is facing a proposed class action after announcing earlier this week that it experienced a security breach involving customer payment card data.
After Forbes last week published a piece on ADA website accessibility class actions, we thought to bolster the conversation by providing a (very long) case list.
A 54-year-old Pennsylvania man has filed a proposed class action lawsuit against IKEA US Retail, LLC over allegations that he and other hourly employees over 40 were denied leadership development opportunities because of their age.
Online mattress retailer Casper Sleep Inc. is one of two defendants in a five-count proposed class action lawsuit in which the plaintiff alleges the company, with co-defendant NaviStone, Inc., effectively wiretaps visitors to Casper.com.
A Florida man's proposed class action claims GoPro, during its month-long TradeUp program, charge improper sales taxes in the state on traded-in, discounted products.
The lawsuits allege LensCrafters’ Accufit system is nothing more than a “selling point,” and that the company manufactures its glasses using “decades-old” technology.
Two South Carolina plaintiffs say Amazon.com sold defective glasses meant for viewing the Aug. 21 solar eclipse and reacted too late in warning consumers.
A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed against Forever 21, Inc. and Forever 21 Retail, Inc. by a consumer who claims she was improperly charged an illegal sales tax for items delivered in New York State - where her purchases were exempt from tax.