A proposed class action alleges two topical L’Oreal collagen products are “simply worthless” given they’re unable to “restore [the] skin’s cushion” or smooth wrinkles as advertised.
A proposed class action alleges Truly hard seltzer is falsely and misleadingly labeled in that the drinks do not contain the fruits depicted on the cans but are instead flavored by lab-made ingredients.
Software company Digital Recognition Network, Inc. is on the receiving end of a proposed class action lawsuit that claims its use of automated license plate recognition devices to track vehicles—and their drivers—violates a California privacy law.
A proposed class action claims Bosch’s 800 Series stainless steel microwave/oven combos are unfit for their intended use due to a defect that plagues the display panel.
T-Mobile US, Inc. was hit with a proposed class action on Thursday over a data breach announced just days earlier that reportedly affected over 100 million customers.
A proposed class action filed August 11 looks to take Facebook, Inc. to task for allegedly allowing, and even encouraging, scammers to use its platform to target users with deceptive advertisements.
A proposed class action claims Hyundai is the latest in a long line of automakers who’ve traded safety for increased electric vehicle battery range.
A proposed class action filed this week claims online advertising services firm Kochava, Inc. has used computer code embedded in child-directed mobile apps and games to surreptitiously collect the personal data of children who use the apps.
A proposed class action alleges scores of trucks and SUVs made and sold by General Motors after 2009 suffer from a defect that can prevent the seatbelts from tightening and the airbags from deploying in certain types of crashes.
The parties handling more than a dozen lawsuits over widespread incidents of “Zoombombing” and unauthorized data sharing have agreed to a proposed $85 million settlement.