This week we’ve covered another—yes another—class action against Apple, a big ol’ lawsuit talking about some Cheez-Its, final approval of a Tesla settlement, and the latest in the Marriott data breach saga.
What we have for you today is another roundup of the most pressing class action news this side of the kid’s table.
Two major airlines have agreed to settle class action litigation brought by passengers who allege the “Big Six” carriers conspired with one another for nearly a decade to fraudulently increase ticket prices for domestic flights.
If you’ve heard about the recent NIBCO PEX Tubing settlement and are wondering how to submit a claim, you’ve come to the right place.
For this week’s roundup, you’ll find write-ups from all of our staff writers on the most important class action lawsuit and settlement news.
Sexual abuse among athletes has gained significant media attention within the past year after the sentencing of Dr. Lawrence Nassar, a former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor who was accused of sexually abusing more than 300 women.
From the Uber driver employment fight to age discrimination accusations against IBM and more trouble for Facebook, here’s the latest in class action news.
We have a longer one for you this time, so let’s get right into the latest headlines in class action news.
Getting class members’ attention is more difficult than ever—and, maybe more importantly, getting them to care is even harder.
The College Board and Educational Testing Service (ETS) are facing allegations laid out in a class action lawsuit that the SAT exam administered on August 25 and 26, 2018, was actually a duplicate of an exam administered last October in Asia.