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Would you have bought it if it hadn't been discounted? A California woman claims she was tricked into buying an item she never would have purchased.
New York City drivers who worked for Uber and Lyft rival Juno allege in a proposed class action lawsuit that the company cheated workers out of equity ownership shares.
A proposed class action has been filed against Uber on behalf of Lyft drivers who claim their electronic communications and whereabouts were monitored via 'Hell' spyware.
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The security company ADT has been hit with a proposed class action claiming that it deceptively marketed its glass break detectors.
Another week has gone by. Keep reading to find out what's happening in class action news.
This week in class action news saw the EPA testing more vehicles after the VW emissions scandal, an update in the Essure controversy and more.
Warner/Chappell Music Inc. has owned the copyright to 'Happy Birthday' for decades and has made good money enforcing its claim. Now, however, that may all change.
What's breaking in the world of class action news this week? Twitter, BMW, Samsung, Best Buy and even the state of Michigan (oh my!) are all making headlines.