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 proposed class action lawsuit has been filed in Utah in which the plaintiff alleges certain Samsung plasma televisions manufactured after January 2009 contain faulty internal components.
Apple is now the defendant in a new proposed class action lawsuit claiming, among other allegations, that it has failed to offer acceptable repairs for security vulnerabilities found in its devices’ processors.
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.
Vizio, Inc. finds itself as the defendant in a proposed class action lawsuit that alleges the company misled consumers about the ability of certain Smart TV models to stream content directly from the YouTube App.
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.
A proposed class action alleges GrubHub, Inc. systematically deceives consumers by increasing delivery fees and charging app users extra for deliveries.
In many scenarios, new technologies, in particular, are responsible for gray areas in which no neat legal remedy exists.
Three individuals have filed a proposed class action lawsuit in California against Tesla, Inc. over the tech-heavy automaker's much-vaunted autopilot feature.
Audible, Inc. and Amazon.com are the defendants in a proposed class action lawsuit filed over alleged 'bait-and-switch' business tactics.