We are knee-deep in that time of year collectively known as “The Holiday Season.” Feelings of goodwill, cheer and possible holiday-driven anxieties aside, let’s catch up with what you may have missed since Thanksgiving.
Folks, it pains me that we must once again subject ourselves to a Class Action Roundup full of Equifax news items. Let’s rip the band-aid off quickly then, shall we?
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.
October has provided at least a glimmer of hope for aggrieved Navient student loan borrowers.
A brief blog post explaining some changes ClassAction.org will be making to how we cover ADA class actions lawsuits over on our Newswire.
The Republican-controlled Senate yesterday voted to nullify the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s pro-consumer rule that banned financial institutions from weaponizing forced arbitration clauses.
Here’s what you might have missed if you, like me, find yourself more often gravitating toward taking quiet walks outside or the tranquility of a good book rather than facing the increasingly crippling bombardment of unfortunate real-world news.
Our roundup for this week includes updates on the Equifax data breach saga, a new class action against Google, curious testimony in a GrubHub trial, and more.
As many of you may have noticed, there has been a bit of a delay with the Ford exhaust settlement – so we’re here to fill you in on what’s been going on.
Without question, the unprecedented Equifax data breach has dominated not only the class action corner of the Internet, but also the mainstream news cycle.