Defendants advertised that Neuriva products are clinically and scientifically “proven” to help fuel 6 indicators of brain health: memory, focus, learning, accuracy, concentration & reasoning.
Safeway has agreed to pay a $20 million settlement over claims that it violated the the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA).
This lawsuit claims that Godiva willfully violated FACTA by printing credit card and debit card transaction receipts at certain of its stores in the United States that included more than the last 5 digits of the credit or debit card number.
Bank of America is facing a lawsuit seeking class action status. Two customers say the bank refused to honor promises to refund overdraft fees to clients who faced financial hardship during the pandemic.
The plaintiffs accuse the company unilaterally seizes funds from its clients’ financial accounts, without cause and without any fair or due process. They are seeking to recover damages and other relief available on behalf of themselves, as well as on behalf of the members of the class.
This Kroger data breach settlement creates a $5 million fund for customers who were affected by the unauthorized access to personal personal information in 2020.
This belVita Breakfast Biscuit Settlement comes after the company is accused of using labels that make products seem healthy, when they were in fact unhealthy due to their high added sugar content.
The lawsuit accuses Zoom of unauthorized sharing of users’ information with third parties, meeting disruptions by third parties, and misrepresentations that Zoom provides end-to-end encryption.
The company has settled a lawsuit that alleges Godiva Chocolate Products were advertised as being made in Belgium when they are not exclusively manufactured there.
Air Canada has agreed to a $4.5 million settlement to resolve a U.S. government investigation into delayed refunds for thousands of passengers.
The Maryland-based hospitality company has committed to show the sum of its room rates and all mandatory fees, including resort fees, on the first page of its booking website.
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims said the TSA used SecurityPoint Holdings Inc’s patented methods for most of its security screenings at the largest U.S. airports since 2008.
Bank of America has agreed to pay a total of $75 million over a lawsuit for fees it charged some customers for the last seven years.
Apple has agreed to a $95 million settlement that will resolve a class action lawsuit over the company’s AppleCare Warranty, first filed on July 20, 2016.
More than 75,000 consumers in 10 states will receive over $20 million in refunds as part of this StubHub settlement.
A lawsuit has been filed against DoorDash and Grubhub, alleging the the companies deceive customers and use unfair business practices.
This lawsuit alleges Kellogg violated certain laws in labeling certain breakfast cereals with claims that made the products seem healthy, when they were in fact unhealthy due to their high added sugar content.
Two lawsuits accuse T-Mobile of violating the California Consumer Privacy Act and the Washington State Consumer Protection Act.
Southwest Airlines filed a federal lawsuit alleging that Skiplagged deceives the public and illegally uses the airline’s fare information to offer hidden city ticketing deals.
Robinhood Gets $70M Fine for Systemic Failures and Significant Harm Suffered by Millions of Customers
Robinhood has agreed to pay nearly $70 million to settle allegations that it caused customers “widespread and significant” harm on multiple different fronts over the past few years.
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