A class action claims Trader Joe’s attempted to “disguise” the sugar content of its oatmeal products by labeling the ingredient as “organic dehydrated cane juice solids.”
A proposed class action claims 7-Eleven has misrepresented the source and amount of vanilla flavoring in its “vanilla bean” ice cream.
A class action claims Whole Foods has misrepresented the sugar in its 365 Everyday Value Oatmeal Products.
A class action claims HSBC Bank charged multiple insufficient funds fees on single items in violation of its contracts with customers.
A class action claims Travelers Companies illegally charged customers a fee to receive paper billing statements or pay bills by mail.
A class action suit claims Allura USA and Plycem USA sold faulty siding that they falsely advertised as “durable” and failed to honor replacement warranties.
Bio-Nutritional Research Group is facing a proposed class action over “false and misleading labeling” that allegedly misrepresents the contents of the company’s “Power Crunch” energy bar products.
Reckitt Benckiser and subsidiary Schiff Nutrition International falsely advertise their Tiger’s Milk nutrition bars as “protein rich,” according to a class action lawsuit.
A lawsuit claims that Dreyer’s and Edy’s vanilla ice cream products aren’t made from real vanilla, despite labeling that suggests otherwise.
L’Oreal Paris’ EverSleek Keratin Caring shampoo and conditioner are at the center of a lawsuit that claims the products don’t actually contain any keratin.