In this edition of the ClassAction.org Roundup, we have some alleged label misrepresentations from Clif Bar and Poland Springs, a Vice gender discrimination suit – and at this point, what would a roundup be without Facebook?
In an age where we spend plenty of time on the Internet, we have grown accustomed to websites that look, you know, good. And for anyone who has ever claimed money from a class action settlement, you may have had this expectation shattered.
It seems we have all the heavy hitters in this edition of the ClassAction.org roundup – including, but not limited to Facebook, Google and Ticketmaster. And you can’t go anywhere these days without some news on the college admissions scandal.
This week’s roundup highlights the specifics of a proposed settlement in the lawsuit over Pokémon Go-related trespassing, an amended lawsuit against CBS and some execs over curiously timed stock sales, and more.
A proposed $17 million settlement agreement is inching toward final approval and should put to rest more than 20 consolidated lawsuits that alleged Vizio spied on Smart TV users and sold their data to third parties.
[UPDATE - SETTLEMENT REACHED] Settlement talks are underway to resolve three class actions filed against General Motors over an alleged defect in 2010 through 2017 Chevy Equinox SUVs that causes the vehicles to consume abnormally high amounts of oil.
No time for shenanigans. Let's round up this class action lawsuit news already!
This edition covers a wage and hour class action filed by border protection officers, a massive settlement with au pair sponsor agencies, a Fiat Chrysler emissions settlement, and more.
Welcome to the latest edition of Class Action FAQs. This time we’ll be answering some of the most commonly asked questions regarding class action settlements.
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.