It’s five o’clock somewhere, especially if you’ve bought any of Anheuser-Busch’s Ritas-brand Margarita, Spritz and Fizz products within the last four years.
There’s a new way for consumers to band together and take action against companies who may have done them wrong—and it’s called mass arbitration.
In our neck of the woods (New Jersey), car thefts are on the rise, according to officials. But a new proposed class action says that certain vehicles, no matter where you live, may be a little easier to steal thanks to a defect.
There’s some good news for people whose information was compromised in the massive T-Mobile data breach that occurred last August: a class action settlement has been announced.
A proposed class action alleges certain HP computers equipped with AMD Ryzen and AMD Athlon processors with firmware trusted platform modules (fTPMs) are defective.
A proposed class action lawsuit filed this week claims Skittles candies are “unfit for human consumption” in that they contain titanium dioxide (TiO2), a known toxin.
A proposed class action lawsuit says that the PlayStation 5 (PS5) is hampered by a defect that can cause the console to suddenly crash and power down during gameplay.
Arby’s may claim to “have the meats,” but a new proposed class action case challenges exactly what kind of meats the restaurant uses, in particular for its new wagyu burgers.
A new proposed class action lawsuit alleges Chicco USA has intentionally failed to disclose that its most popular line of car seats is treated with hazardous flame retardants and possibly “forever chemicals.”
A proposed class action lawsuit filed this week claims certain HP all-in-one printers do not work as advertised in that their scanning and faxing functionalities cannot be used when the ink level is too low.