A wheelchair-reliant consumer claims Family Dollar purposely places a "host of obstructions" in paths of travel in its stores to increase sales and profits.
A California consumer claims Chipotle sent her at least one unsolicited, auto-generated text message without consent to do so.
Five plaintiffs claim students with disabilities in the Rochester (NY) City School District have been denied the public education, services, programs and aid to which they're entitled under federal law.
A proposed class action has been filed over financial projections and other details allegedly left out of a Barnes & Noble solicitation/recommendation statement submitted to the SEC.
A class action out of Illinois claims Google's retention of voice recordings by users and anyone near a Google Assistant-enabled device violates the state's biometric privacy law.
Out of Florida state court comes a proposed class action lawsuit that claims the state’s Department of Education instructed school districts to skim money off classroom teachers’ bonus amounts in order to cover payroll expenses.
Seven automakers and an auto parts supplier are at the center of a proposed class action lawsuit that claims they have failed to warn drivers about an alleged defect in the airbag deployment systems of more than 12.3 million cars.
Yale University faces a proposed class action lawsuit over the mandatory fees charged to union members who opt out of the university’s wellness program.
A Massachusetts woman alleges in a proposed class action lawsuit that au pair company Cultural Care, Inc. double-bills host families and au pairs for travel costs.
Wells Fargo Bank is caught in the crosshairs of a proposed class action lawsuit filed by a man who claims the bank unlawfully refuses to approve auto loans for non-U.S. citizens who hold Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status.