A lawsuit recently removed from state to federal court in California alleges Ulta Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance, Inc. underpays its retail store managers and assistant managers statewide.
The maker of Bob Evans brand ready-to-eat mashed potatoes has been hit with a lawsuit that takes issue with the claim that the products are “Made with Real Potatoes, Milk & Butter," arguing that the product actually contains a "butter blend."
A former narcotics officer has sued Pennsylvania's West Brandywine Township Municipal Authority and its police department’s Acting Officer in Charge over claims that he is owed unpaid wages for time spent donning and doffing his uniform and equipment.
A class action claims State Farm engaged in a fraudulent scheme intended to deprive policyholders of first-party insurance coverage by forging uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage rejection forms and concealing available household coverage.
Three former Dartmouth College professors are the subject of a lawsuit filed by seven women who claim the men turned the school’s Department of Psychology and Brain Sciences into a “21st Century Animal House” plagued by discrimination and sexual assault.
Walmart is the latest company to face a lawsuit filed over portable power bank device chargers with allegedly overstated charging capacities.
A class action claims the companies used "highly aggressive" tactics to wrangle unsuspecting consumers into "worthless" monthly subscriptions.
A former union member challenges the CSLEA and CALEE's policies of deducting union dues from public employees' pay as a condition of employment.
The company behind myCharge portable power bank device chargers faces a lawsuit that claims the product's charging capacity is significantly lower than advertised.
The City of New York faces a class action over the police department's handling of taking arrest photos for Muslim women who are forced to remove their hijabs in front of men.