Lawsuits filed against Goodman Amana over the allegedly faulty coils in some of their HVAC systems have all been dismissed. If you haven't been closely following the case, this may come as quite the surprise.… More
U.S. District Judge Joseph Leeson ruled on May 18 that a transgender woman could sue her former employer over alleged sexual discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a federal law that does not provide protections to transgender individuals.… More
Over the past several years, a wave of lawsuits has swept through courts across the country, culminating in one controversial question: when can food companies legally label their products as "natural"?… More
A landmark (and, surprisingly, somewhat under-the-radar) ruling was handed down at the tail end of April by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit that, for the first time in history, opened the door for attorneys to file class action lawsuits on behalf of veterans.… More
Here's a simple question: when you buy something, do you expect to get what you've paid for? Should products be correctly labeled and advertised? The answer – of course – is yes. A waiter can't bring you pizza instead of pasta "because they're basically the same."… More
Black Employees' Lawsuit Against Fox News Alleges "Abhorrent, Intolerable" Racial Discrimination Fresh off the fallout from host Bill O'Reilly's very public departure from the network, Fox News is now the subject of a proposed class action filed by 11 current and former employees who… More
Here at ClassAction.org, it's not uncommon for cases to come across our desks for which no neat legal remedy exists. When a class action is filed that has no clear road toward settlement or dismissal, and no on-the-books law or precedent can provide clarity on the matter, things can get murky.… More
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