Two Delta flight attendants have filed a proposed class action against Lands' End in which they claim the company's "Passport Plum" uniforms are the cause of myriad health issues.
According to a federal class action, Starbucks uses at its Manhattan-area locations pesticide strips that contain DDVP, a toxin unsafe for use near food or in closed-in areas.
A class action case claims Garmin's promises of "Free Lifetime Maps and Traffic" are subject to arbitrary decisions made by the company on a device's "useful" lifespan.
A class action claims Massage Envy upped members' monthly subscription fees despite contractual terms and conditions disallowing fee raises.
ABB and ABB Motors and Mechanical face a lawsuit after sensitive information logged in the companies’ health benefits program was compromised in a data breach.
A Florida resident claims in a lawsuit that he received numerous unauthorized text advertisements from Checkers Drive-In Restaurants in violation of the TCPA.
A class action claims that despite advertising its free tax-filing service specifically for military personnel, TurboTax maker Intuit steered qualified military members away from the service.
A proposed class action has been filed against BMW over an alleged defect that causes N63TU turbocharged engines to consumer excessive levels of oil.
Fiat Chrysler and auto parts supplier ZF TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. face a lawsuit centered on an apparent defect with the airbag control units in certain model year Dodge, Ram and Jeep vehicles.
Keurig-Dr. Pepper, Inc. and its distributor, The American Bottling Company, are on the receiving end of a former merchandiser’s wage and hour lawsuit.