A “vast majority” of minority- and woman-owned small businesses were never given the opportunity to apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans before the federal money ran out, a proposed class action lawsuit alleges.
A group of Black content creators has filed a proposed class action lawsuit this week against Google LLC, YouTube LLC and Alphabet Inc. over what they claim is “overt, intentional, and systematic racial discrimination” against the Black community.
A proposed class action aims to blow the lid off what the suit describes as a multi-layered “free trial” scam ring involving dozens of companies and individuals whose “only goal” is to fraudulently obtain consumers’ financial information.
Nearly identical lawsuits filed this week in California claim Apple, Inc. and Google LLC have knowingly allowed both adults and children to engage in illegal gambling through mobile games available on the App Store and Google Play.
A proposed class action alleges Rachel Ray Nutrish-brand Zero Grain dog food is harmful to dogs in that the product is deficient of taurine and contains legume-based protein, a combination linked to a potentially fatal heart condition.
A proposed class action lawsuit claims L’Oreal’s Clarisonic face brushes are unusable due to a critical defect that can cause the product to fail when used in the shower, bath or sink.
A proposed class action claims Great Lakes Educational Loan Services and the three main credit reporting agencies have inaccurately reported information regarding student loan payments that were suspended through September 2020 under the CARES Act.
The College Board, Educational Testing Services and the College Entrance Examination Board face a proposed class action lawsuit centered on extensive issues experienced by high schoolers forced to take this year’s AP exams at home due to COVID-19.
A proposed class action filed this week claims ADT has negligently allowed unauthorized parties to remotely access customers’ security systems and spy on household members “in their most private and intimate moments.”
The explosive growth of weight loss app Noom is fueled by what a proposed class action lawsuit alleges is a “deceptive and illegal” automatic renewal scheme that makes it next to impossible for consumers to cancel their subscriptions.