Google was sued on Tuesday accusing the internet search company of illegally invading the privacy of millions of users. The proposed class action says the tech giant tracks users’ internet use through browsers set in “private” mode.
The filing says that Google tracked users even when the location tracking features had been manually disabled. The Google lawsuit argues the tech giant kept location tracking running in the background for certain features.
Kotex Tampons Settlement The lawsuit claims that products manufactured and sold by Kimberly-Clark are valueless because of an alleged defect that causes them to unravel and/or come apart. The defect has caused infections and other symptoms and even caused customers to seek medical care. The Court has not decided in favor of the Plaintiff or…
This Automotive Parts Settlement is approximately $1.2 billion. The deadline to file a claim was at the end of 2019, but the court has issued an order extending the claims deadline to June 18, 2020.
A lawsuit filed against Trader Joe’s claims the supermarket sold underfilled 5 oz. cans of tuna in violation of state and federal law. You may submit a claim for a cash payment of $29.
This Califia Farms Settlement is about the marketing, advertising, and labeling of certain Califia dairy-alternative milk, cold brew coffee, non-dairy creamer, yogurt and/or yogurt drinks
The lawsuit was filed by Walgreens customer Laura Hernandez of Oakland Park in Florida. She says she was notified in December 2019 that unauthorized third-parties had gained access to her name and contact information as well as other sensitive data such as her prescription history.
The Ocean Spray settlement comes after a lawsuit that says its product labels claiming to contain “No Artificial Flavors” are false and misleading.
A new class action lawsuit has been filed against Chase and two of its largest clients, Ruth’s Chris and Phunware, accusing them of profiting from the $349B COVID-19 relief program by cheating small businesses.
A Pennsylvania man alleges that the airline refused to give him a cash refund for a canceled flight from Baltimore to Havana, Cuba. The route was temporarily suspended on March 22.
Several lawsuits filed on behalf of small business owners accuse some of the nation’s biggest banks, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and U.S. Bank, of unfairly allocating these government-backed loans to certain small businesses.
A proposed class-action lawsuit has been filed against against Delta Air Lines over the company’s refusal to give refunds for flights it canceled. The passenger, Elliot Daniels, filed the suit in federal court U.S. District Court in Atlanta on Friday.
Even though students will no longer be living on campus, utilizing campus amenities or services or eating in the school cafeteria, many colleges and universities are not offering any refunds.
Several customers allege that GrubHub, DoorDash, Uber Eats and Postmates have “monopoly power” that they use against restaurants and consumers. Their fees range from 10% to 40% of purchases, the lawsuit says, and they prevent competition and limit consumer choice.
A United Airlines lawsuit has been filed in Chicago over the airline’s refusal to issue refunds for canceled flights worth $1,500.
This Chipotle settlement comes after a lawsuit that claims the “non-GMO” advertising located in Chipotle restaurants was misleading and deceptive. Chipotle has agreed to pay $6,500,000.
This Zoom lawsuit was filed in San Jose, California and alleges that company collects information when users install or open the Zoom application and shares it, without proper notice, to third parties including Facebook.
An Amazon class action lawsuit accuses the online retailer of charging excessive prices for basic goods during the coronavirus pandemic. In the last few weeks we have seen outrageous prices for items such as toilet paper and hand sanitizer.