Last week, we shared the news that a Costco customer had filed a class action lawsuit against the warehouse retailer, claiming that they sell shrimp benefiting from slave labor. Now cat owners have filed a similar lawsuit against Nestle, parent company of Fancy Feast cat food, claiming that the company uses mistreated and enslaved workers to catch fish destined for … [More]
A class action lawsuit has been filed in the US against 10 leading car makers, which seeks to claim damages and force car companies to install an automatic engine shut off device for vehicles fitted with keyless ignition. According to Reuters, the filing in a Los Angeles district court revolves around keyless ignition systems, and […]
A lawsuit has been filed alleging that Tinley Park officials for years misled residents while overcharging them for water - the latest twist in the controversy surrounding the south suburb's use of electronic water meters.
If you purchased StarKist tuna fish in the past, you may be eligible to receive $50 in free tuna or a $25 check as part of a class action lawsuit settlement. According to Consumerist, anyone who purchased at least one 5 oz. can of tuna listed below between February 19, 2009 and October 31, 2014... Show More Summary
Lawsuits against Ashley Madison have been stacking up ever since hackers breached the site and published the personal information of its users. A total of four class action lawsuits against Ashley Madison have been filed in the US so far—two in California, one in Texas, and one in Missouri. Show More Summary
Avid Life Media, Inc., the parent company of hacked ext […]
Two and a half years ago, a man who eats tuna filed a class action lawsuit against Starkist, a tuna company. His allegation was that the company was deliberately under-filling each can by a few tenths of an ounce. That might not make a difference to one consumer making one tuna salad, but would add up over millions of cans. … [More]
Ashley Madison's massive security leak has spurred a number of lawsuits, including a proposed class action in Texas claiming the adultery site was warned of the impending breach but failed to alert customers. The lawsuit filed by anShow More Summary
The anonymous user is accusing the website of inflicting emotional distress
Posted by Victoria Strauss for Writer Beware A class action lawsuit against Author Solutions Inc. has been settled and discontinued.Filed in April 2013 by law firm Giskan Solotaroff Anderson & Stewart, LLP against ASI and its parentShow More Summary
Are traumatized students disabled students, entitled to extra help and accommodations in schools? Yes, according to a new lawsuit brought by students and teachers against Compton Unified School District. The class action lawsuit, which has its first hearing today, alleges that students exposed to trauma through violence, family disruption, discrimination,......
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Two law firms in Canada have launched a $578 million class-action lawsuit against Ashley Madison — saying they were doing so on behalf of “all Canadians” who have been affected by the hack that exposed millions of cheaters worldwide. Click here to read the story.
Online cheating website facing $US578m lawsuit as users face extortion attempts and one reportedly commits suicide.
As is now well known, somebody hacked into the website of Ashley Madison–an online firm that facilitates adultery–and then posted a lot of its information on the internet. Now the company is facing a large class action lawsuit on behalf of clients whose information was, they claim, inadequately safeguarded. Understandably, those who run the site […]
Two Canadian law firms have filed a $578 million class-action lawsuit against companies running the infidelity website Ashley Madison after hackers breached the site and spilled the dirty little secrets of some 39 million members.
Two Canadian firms filed the suit on Thursday
Two law firms in Canada have filed a class action lawsuit against the companies responsible for running Ashley Madison, Avid Dating Life Incorporated and Avid Life Media Incorporated. The companies that run Ashley Madison are based in Toronto, Canada. Show More Summary
Taxpayers are seeking class action status in a lawsuit against IRS and IRS Commissioner John Koskinen over the handling of taxpayer data. The lawsuit alleges that IRS' failure to protect taxpayer data provided easy access for identity thieves to access private information using the "Get Transcript" application on the IRS website.