The lawsuits allege that Atkins Nutritionals’ representations related to its labeling, marketing, advertising, and sales of its products were unfair, deceptive, and/or unlawful because, according to the plaintiffs.
A class action lawsuit filed against Walmart claims it misleads consumers by advertising lower prices on its online app that are lower than those actually offered in stores.
This Grove Square Coffee settlement is for Light Roast, Grove Square Coffee Medium Roast, and Grove Square Coffee Dark Roast products for use in Keurig® brewing machines.
The Wawa class action lawsuit comes a little more than a week after the gas and convenience store franchise announced a massive data breach on December 19th, 2019.
A class action lawsuit against Verizon claims that the cellular company checks consumer credit reports without permission. Plaintiff Scott Mathews says he does not have an account with Verizon and has never inquired about their services. Still, Verizon allegedly checked Mathews’ credit without his consent.
This AMD settlement comes after a lawsuit that it misrepresented the number of cores in certain of its CPUs and that AMD is liable for violations of California’s Unfair Competition Law and California’s False Advertising Law, as well as other laws.
GNC has agreed to pay $6 million to resolve claims that its allegedly fake sales deceived consumers into believing items were being offered at a discounted price. With this GNC settlement no court or entity has made any judgment or other determination of any wrongdoing or that the law has been violated.
The Federal Trade Commission announced this week that AT&T will pay $60 million to settle a case with the agency. The company allegedly lied to customers about its “unlimited” data plans because it throttled their data if they ever went over a certain threshold.
Wyndham Hotel Group LLC and Wyndham Hotels and Resorts LLC reached a proposed settlement with customers who claimed that the company concealed the full price of room booking from guests, by later adding resort fees.
A new class action lawsuit has been filed against Walmart. It claims that the retails giant allows scammers to steal Green Dot prepaid Visa card information.
The plaintiffs in this lawsuit claim that some Fitbit devices are not able to track sleep as represented to consumers on the product’s packaging. Defendant denies this claim and maintains that the products worked as promised and that it has done nothing wrong.
But now there’s some more details about the data breach. Buzzfeed reporter Jane Lytvynenko came across some interesting details in the lawsuit filed in federal court in the Northern District of Georgia.
DoorDash customers and drivers have filed a class action lawsuit. The lawsuit says the food delivery company did not do enough to protect their personal information.
Audible Class Action Settlement Reached An Audible class action settlement has been reached. The lawsuit says that customers may not understand that unredeemed credits are lost upon cancellation of a membership plan or upon reaching rollover limits and, for gift memberships, that credits expire following the end of the gift membership term. The lawsuits also challenged…
Most people who have owned a car in the last 30 years will qualify for this $1.2 billion Automotive Parts settlement. You can get a check for $100 or more.