A proposed class action filed in Illinois district court claims Whole Foods Market, Inc. formulated, manufactured, advertised, and sold St. John's Wort that did not contain "consistent amounts" of the dietary supplement's sole active ingredient, hypericin, as listed by the product's labeling.… More
A proposed class action out of New Jersey claims TD Bank, N.A. unlawfully deducts an additional fee—on top of an initial $35 overdraft fee—when customers' overdraft status remains in effect for longer than 10 days.… More
In a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced late last week, CarMax, Asbury Automotive Group and West-Herr Automotive Group are now required to disclose the status of any recalls affecting their used cars.… More
"Bad-faith" objectors to class action settlements are reportedly causing problems by lodging vexatious complaints and extracting payoffs from lawyers eager to make them go away.… More
Hours after Yahoo announced that another massive data breach—reportedly perpetrated by an "unauthorized third party"—compromised the personal data of more than one billion user accounts, a proposed class action has been filed against the company.… More
The Government of the District of Columbia is the defendant in a just-filed proposed class action that claims it knowingly allows its Department of Corrections (DOC) to overdetain inmates past midnight of their release dates.… More
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