A lawsuit filed against Amazon claims the company did not alert its New York City customers that they were being monitored, as required by law.
A $33 million class action settlement has been reached with Mitsubishi Electric Corporation involving Cathode Ray Tubes, a display device that was the main component in TVs and computer monitors.
DoubleDown Interactive has agreed to pay $415 million to resolve claims its casino mobile games violated gambling laws.
This Molekule Air Purifiers Settlement comes after plaintiff says that the company made a series of false representations about the nature and efficacy of its Air Purifiers.
If you have purchased any chicken products in the last 11 years, you could be eligible to get a payout from some of the biggest producers. They have agreed to pay a total of $181 million to affected customers.
A lawsuit filed this week in federal court in Nevada claims that some of the biggest hotels on the Las Vegas strip are colluding to overcharge for rooms through an algorithm designed to maximize their profits.
The FTC has announced a new claims process for thousands of former AT&T customers as a result of a $60 million settlement with AT&T.
A lawsuit has been filed against Southwest for failing to issue refunds when it canceled thousands of flights during an operational meltdown in December.
The lawsuit alleges that Old Navy engaged in deceptive advertising by advertising false reference prices on merchandise in-store and online at Old Navy and Old Navy Outlets in the United States.
Vehicles owners and lessees can get money from additional settlement involving Auto Parts. Minimum Payment is $100. Claims deadline extended till January 7, 2023.
This Optical Disk Drive Settlement is regarding a conspiracy involving ODD suppliers to fix, maintain, or stabilize the prices of ODDs at artificially high levels in violation of federal and state antitrust laws.
The Plaintiffs claim that the Huda Beauty Neon Obsessions Pressed Pigment Palettes marketed and distributed by Huda Beauty are unlawfully marketed in the United States for use in the eye area.
The investigation found that JUUL relentlessly marketed to underage users with launch parties, advertisements using young and trendy-looking models, social media posts and free samples.
The company will pay $350 million to affected customers, with part of it going to lawyers. It will also spend $150 million “for data security and related technology.”
The lawsuit alleges that the company falsely advertised and promoted its products by failing to disclose that their active ingredient, glyphosate, could potentially cause cancer or other adverse health effects.
A San Francisco law firm says it is investigating the fraud reimbursement practices of several major U.S. banks that use the Zelle peer-to-peer payment system.
This contact lens settlement comes after contact lenses manufacturers are accused of using Unilateral Pricing Policies (UPPs) to avoid competition from discount and online stores. The safety and effectiveness of contact lenses are not at issue in this litigation.
The FTC has filed a lawsuit against Walmart alleging that the company let scammers use its money transfers services for more than $197 million in fraudulent transactions.
Subscribe to Blog via Email
Support the site: Shop through our
AMAZON AFFILIATE LINK