Patients who received Tepezza treatments for thyroid eye disease are taking legal action over claims the medication is linked to potentially permanent hearing loss – and attorneys working with ClassAction.org are now getting involved.
In this issue, we’ll continue to touch on the growing concern of how companies handle our personal information, as attorneys investigate MUBI and the potential use of tracking tools by the movie streaming service.
This week, we’re covering the ongoing allegations against Steam – namely, that its potentially anticompetitive practices inflated prices for PC games – and how attorneys working with ClassAction.org are gathering Steam users to pursue mass arbitration.
In this issue, we have several investigations for you, starting with a renewed look into a potential Honda transmission defect. Attorneys are looking into several additional models that contain the ZF 9HP transmission.
We’re opening this issue with an investigation into a handful of poster and canvas art websites – including PosterStore.com and AllCollectives.com – and need to hear from people who bought items on sale from the sites.
Since its launch by YouTube stars in 2022, Prime Energy has become immensely popular with the younger crowd – but the energy drink has recently come under fire for its high caffeine content and marketing.
In this issue, we’re covering a few new investigations – including one into certain brands of eye drops marketed by eight different companies and whether those companies circumnavigated FDA regulations to get the products on the market.