Attorneys Continue to Investigate Honda Transmission Problems
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 – and you can read up on that story just below.
Then, we’ll take a look at the potential health risks of hair relaxers, as well as the problems some consumers have reported with their HP printers after trying to use non-HP ink.
We’ll round out the issue with the ever-present concern of data privacy. Specifically, attorneys have reason to believe the website for the Union of European Football Associations may be secretly sharing certain user data with Facebook. Keep reading for the latest, and follow us on Instagram for more class action news.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org have reopened their investigation into Honda transmission problems as they still suspect that a defect in the ZF 9HP transmission may be causing sudden and unexpected shaking, also known as “juddering.” A class action lawsuit could provide drivers with compensation for prior repairs and even force Honda to recall and fix the affected models. If you’ve been having transmission troubles with your 2018-2019 Honda Odyssey, 2019-2023 Honda Passport, 2020-2023 Honda Ridgeline or 2016-2022 Honda Pilot, learn more and share your story with us here.
Scientific studies have linked the use of hair relaxers to an increased risk of certain cancers, and it’s possible that the makers of these products knew about this risk and failed to warn consumers. In light of this, attorneys working with ClassAction.org are now handling lawsuits on behalf of hair relaxer users who were diagnosed with uterine, endometrial or ovarian cancer. So, if you or a family member developed any of these cancers and used a hair relaxer, you may be able to take legal action to recover money for medical bills, pain and suffering and more. Find all the details on this page.
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Attorneys are investigating whether HP is illegally suppressing competition by pushing out firmware updates for its printers that block consumers from using non-HP ink. According to media reports and consumer complaints, the updated printers show a message that reads “Non-HP Chip Detected” and advises the user that third-party ink cartridges “have been blocked by the printer firmware” – a practice that may be considered anticompetitive and illegal. If your HP printer stopped you from using non-HP ink and you live in Pennsylvania, Illinois, New York, New Jersey or California, learn how you can help the investigation here.
Attorneys are looking into whether a class action can be filed against the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) over concerns that the organization may have violated a federal law by sharing consumers’ private data without permission. Specifically, it’s believed that UEFA.com and UEFA.tv may be using tracking tools to secretly transmit details about certain users and the videos they’ve watched to Facebook. If you’re a UEFA newsletter recipient or accountholder, watch videos on UEFA.com or UEFA.tv, have a Facebook account, and live in Massachusetts or California, learn more about the investigation here.
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