Bag of Kraft Grated Triple Cheddar Cheese

Kraft “Natural” Cheese Contains Milk with Hormones Class Action

Consumers more and more often desire to buy foods that are “natural,” including products from animals that have not been given certain substances in their feed. The complaint for this class action alleges the Kraft Heinz Company has been claiming that some of its dairy products were “natural,” when in fact they were made from  Read more

Consumer
Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, All Natural Claims
Box of Rite Aid's Infants' Acetaminophen Product

Rite Aid Infants’ and Children’s Acetaminophen Prices Class Action

Acetaminophen can be dangerous, even fatal, if taken in large doses. Parents are particularly concerned about this when dosing infants. The complaint for this class action alleges that Rite Aid Corporation exploits this fear to charge more for its Infants’ acetaminophen product than for its identical children’s formula.  Read more

Consumer
Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Breach of warranty
Can of Vanilla Coke

Coca-Cola “Vanilla” Coke Labeling New York Class Action

The Coca-Cola Company sells a version of its popular Coca-Cola in a vanilla version known as Vanilla Coke. The complaint for this class action alleges that the name and representations on the can are deceptive and misleading because the drink is not flavored exclusively with vanilla.  Read more

Consumer
Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Contains Too Little of Featured Ingredients
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TD Bank Unauthorized Account Closings and Reopenings Class Action

A few years ago, the country was stunned by revelations that Wells Fargo had opened a large number of fraudulent accounts in the names of existing customers. This class action alleges that TD Bank, NA has done something similar, “re-opening accounts in the names of consumers without lawful authority.  Read more

Consumer
Your Bank, Unlawful Practices, Opening unauthorized accounts
A Matterport Model of a Home

Matterport “Business Opportunity” and State Requirements Class Action

The sale of “business opportunities” are sometimes called “seller-assisted marketing plans” in state laws. This class action bring suit against Matterport, Inc. and seven of its individual business directors for advertising and selling supposedly lucrative business opportunities in the 3D camera industry which did not offer sufficient disclosures.  Read more

Consumer
Did Not Make/Receive Proper Disclosures, Business Opportunity
Sidewalk Tables in Front of a Pret A Manger Store

Pret A Manger “Natural” Products Contain Synthetics Class Action

Consumers these days prefer natural products, with only natural ingredients, and they will pay more for them than for those with synthetic ingredients. The complaint for this class action, however, alleges that Pret A Manager (USA) Limited markets its food products, such as sandwiches and chips, as natural when they are not. The complaint alleges  Read more

Consumer
Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, All Natural Claims
Busch Gardens Williamsburg

SeaWorld Parks, Busch Gardens No Refunds for Closures Class Action

On March 16, 2020, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Inc. closed down all of its parks, including Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia and Tampa, Florida. Since that time, customers with annual memberships have not been able to use them to go to the parks. The complaint for this class action alleges that SeaWorld continues to charge  Read more

Consumer
Failure To Pay For Refund, Entertainment, Covid-19 Related
Frontier Aircraft, Gaining Altitude

Frontier Airlines No Refunds for Canceled Flights Class Action

This complaint opens with the words, “The Covid-19 pandemic has already killed over 100,000 Americans, left record numbers unemployed, and triggered a global economic downturn.” Attempts to curb the spread of the disease have led to a severe drop in air travel, which in turn has led airlines to cancel flights. However, the complaint alleges  Read more

Consumer
Failure To Pay For Refund, Covid-19 Related, Airline TIckets
A Container of the Toddler Beginnings Product

Parent’s Choice Misleading Toddler Beginnings Formula Class Action

How do you transition a baby from breastfeeding to solid foods? In recent years, transition formulas have gained popularity. One such product is Walmart’s Parent’s Choice brand Toddler Beginnings Infant Formula with Iron—Milk-Based Powder, for babies nine months and older. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the name of the product is  Read more

Consumer
Misleads as to Nutritional Value, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
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Instagram Lotteries to Increase Followers Class Action

The social media platform Instagram is part of the Facebook empire. Instead of “Friends,” those with Instagram accounts count “Followers.” This class action brings suit against Jamie Barbary, also known as Jamie Engelhardt, or Engelhardt & Co., LLC, alleging that he or his company runs illegal lotteries to increase the number of Instagram followers.  Read more

Consumer
Negligent Misrepresentation, Lotteries