A proposed class action alleges LG Electronics has knowingly sold QuadWash-enabled dishwashers equipped with defective LED control panels prone to moisture intrusion.
If you’ve spent time reading through our blog and newswire here on ClassAction.org, you may have noticed that we refer to each new case as a “proposed” class action.
JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Bank of America have agreed to pay $67 million to settle claims that they participated in an unlawful agreement that raised fees for customers who withdrew cash from bank ATMs using a card issued by a different bank.
Kimberly-Clark Corporation has recently agreed to settle claims that its Cottonelle, Scott, Huggies Pull-Ups, Poise and Kotex flushable wipes are not that flushable after all.
McDonald’s faces a proposed class action lawsuit following reports that its fast food packaging contains harmful per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), commonly known as “forever chemicals.”
SoFi Lending Corp. and a handful of other companies are behind a scheme whereby federal student loan borrowers are preyed upon via “tens of thousands” of robocalls that use “spoofed” telephone numbers and prerecorded messages.
A proposed class action filed this week claims the Earth Dreams 1.5L direct injection engine found in certain 2019-2021 Honda CR-V and Civic vehicles and 2018-2021 Accord vehicles is plagued by a defect that causes the engine oil to become contaminated.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed on Monday claims 2017-2018 Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) are plagued by a “widespread defect” that can cause them to explode and catch fire, even when turned off.
A proposed class action alleges Samsung Electronics America has misled both reviewers and the general public with regard to the speed, battery life and overall performance of certain Galaxy smartphones.
A proposed class action filed this week claims Roomba vacuums are plagued by a defect that causes the wheels to malfunction and renders the machines “completely inoperable” and unfit for their intended purpose.