A proposed class action lawsuit alleges Duracell’s 250, 300 and 350 model LED flashlights, sold with full sets of Duracell AAA batteries, are defective in that they rapidly drain their batteries, while turned off, in fewer than 30 days.
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.
A former Nusr-et Steakhouse waiter has filed a proposed class and collective action against the international restaurant chain and its owner over claims that he and other tipped workers were cheated out of proper wages.
Two Pennsylvania and New Jersey restaurants have filed a proposed class action lawsuit in which they allege Grubhub has for years taken commissions from eateries for phone calls in which no food order was placed.
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.
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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.
Can an Epsom salt bath really relieve muscle soreness – or is it just an old wives’ tale? A proposed class action recently filed in Connecticut insists on the latter.
While Yeti Coolers boasts, among other claims, that its Rambler Colster can secure bottles and cans in place “like a glove—a glove with double-wall vacuum insulation,” the lawsuit says the product does no such thing.
Rite Aid is facing a proposed class action claiming that it misled customers about the effectiveness of its "Rapid Release" Acetaminophen.