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.
Some media outlets appear to have come across a red flag found within TrustedID Premier’s terms and conditions that could very well pose problems for consumers.
Alas, we’ve entered the summer’s home stretch. Break’s over! Back to work! (Back to school, too!) As always, we have a lot of big items to cover.
In the past few weeks, we’ve heard from a handful of you about phone calls that are being placed claiming to be about the lawsuits filed against Navient.
Coming at you live with the next installment of the class action roundup.
PepsiCo, Inc. and three subsidiaries have been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit hoping to take the companies to task for allegedly failing to tell the whole truth about how Naked Juice Co.’s “Naked Pressed” line of cold pressed juices are made.
A setback at Pokémon Go Fest leads to class action, the CFPB arbitration decision and more in this week's roundup.