Has your Sharp microwave drawer been sparking or smoking, or has it stopped working altogether? If so, you may be able to get some money back through a recent class action settlement.
Got a question about a class action settlement? While we here at ClassAction.org do our best to report on settlements and provide information, we’re not the ones in charge of sending out the checks.
Just when it seemed like all was said and done with the proposed settlement over Kellogg’s claims that its high-sugar cereals and snack bars were in fact healthy, a federal judge has sent the deal back to the drawing board.
If you’ve shopped at a Home Depot in Illinois, you may be owed $5,000, according to a proposed class action lawsuit. On a less exciting note, though, you may also need to be concerned about the safety of your facial features.
After putting the proposed deal on hold due to concerns raised by several objectors, a judge has given final approval to a settlement that ends class action litigation over excessive oil consumption problems affecting Chevy Equinox and GMC Terrain SUVs.
A U.S. district judge has decided to hold off on granting final approval to the $40-$45 million settlement proposed to end class action litigation over an apparent oil consumption defect in Chevy Equinox and GMC Terrain vehicles.
One group of consumers who have been at the mercy of this dance for years are those who have owned or leased a vehicle equipped with a panoramic sunroof that suddenly exploded.
It’s September again, which means college students all across America are moving into dorm rooms, registering for classes, buying textbooks, figuring out how to do laundry and…filing lawsuits?
One lawsuit was not only poised to leave a lasting effect on future litigation, but also threatened to end several completely unrelated cases before they could have their chance at a final settlement.
Employers are now allowed to update their arbitration agreements in response to workers filing class or collective actions against them, and they can legally threaten to fire those who refuse to sign the new agreements.