Clover Valley Honey Graham Crackers

Clover Valley “Honey Graham” Crackers Ingredients Class Action

Dollar General Corporation sells a Honey Graham Crackers product under its Clover Valley brand, which the complaint for this class action alleges gives consumer the impression that it is “made predominantly with whole grain graham flour and sweetened primarily with honey[.]” However, the complaint alleges that this is false.  Read more

Made with More White Flour than Whole Wheat Flour, Made with More Sugar Than Honey, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
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Direct Energy Unclear Variable Rate Policies New Jersey Class Action

Electricity and gas services have undergone deregulation in many markets in the past decades. Although some companies have been able to offer lower prices than the utilities serving the same market, many end up charging consumers substantially more. This class action brings suit against Direct Energy Services, LLC and NRG Energy, Inc., alleging they did  Read more

Variable Rates, Fraudulent Concealment, Energy, Breach of the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing, Breach of Contract
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Capital One No Reimbursement for Zelle Fraud Class Action

Zelle, which facilitates money transfers between individuals, is owned and operated by seven large banks and used by customers of some 1,500 participant banks and credit unions. The complaint for this class action alleges that these participant institutions, like Capital One, NA, the defendant in this case, market Zelle as “as fast, safe and secure  Read more

Your Bank, Fraudulent Payments or Money Transfers, EFTA
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Suddenlink Reduced Maintenance, Poor Service Oklahoma Class Action

This class action takes issue with the service provided by Suddenlink Communications, under the control of Altice USA. The class is Suddenlink customers in Oklahoma, although much of the material presented by the complaint refers to Suddenlink performance in West Virginia. The complaint alleges that Altice has reduced its maintenance work, maintenance budget, and number  Read more

Utilities, Consumer
Unjust Enrichment, Unfair Terms and Conditions, Unfair Services, Telecommunications, Reduction in Services, Negligence, Inadequate Service, Breach of Contract
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Hopper Price Freeze Hidden Limits on Price Protection Class Action

Hopper (USA), Inc. offers a product it calls Price Freeze that purports to allow would-be travelers to freeze the price of hotels, flights, and car rentals they’re interested in, in order to have more time before they commit to arrangements. But the complaint for this class action alleges that Hopper in fact only protects from  Read more

Unfair Services, Price Not as Advertised, Negligent Misrepresentation, Fraud, Deceptive Terms of Service, Deceptive Advertising
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LinkedIn Subscriptions and Oregon’s Automatic Renewal Law Class Action

More and more companies are seeking to enroll consumers in subscription programs. In this class action, the complaint alleges that LinkedIn Corporation is one of them, enrolling consumers in LinkedIn Premium or LP subscriptions, but it also claims that LinkedIn does not fulfill the requirements of Oregon’s Automatic Renewal Law (ARL).  Read more

Unfair Subscription Practices, Unfair Charges, Unfair Business Practices, Automatic Subscription Renewal or Continuous Service Agreement
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Popeyes Chicken “Tenders” Not Made from Chicken Tenderloin Class Action

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Inc. makes a product it calls Popeyes Chicken Tenders. The complaint alleges that the advertising for the product is false and deceptive, because the word “tenders” leads consumers to believe that they are made from chicken tenderloins, which it claims are tenderer and juicier than other parts of the chicken breast. The  Read more

Does Not Contain Implied Ingredients, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Dakota Nutrition Extra Strength Elderberry 3-in-1 Immune Booster Capsules

Dakota Nutrition “Elderberry” Supplements Class Action

Elderberry has become a popular ingredient in supplements recently, the complaint for this class action alleges, because it purportedly has high levels of antioxidants and helps strengthen immune systems. It has become only more popular during the coronavirus pandemic. But the complaint alleges that the elderberry dietary supplements made by PS Global, LLC, which does  Read more

Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Contains Too Little of Featured Ingredients
Great Value Oats & Honey Crunchy Granola Bars

Great Value “Oats & Honey” Crunchy Granola Bars Class Action

Walmart sells Oats & Honey Crunchy Granola Bars under its Great Value brand. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the representations about the product are misleading, because, it claims, the bars contain only a de minimis amount of honey and are sweetened primarily with sugar.  Read more

Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Contains Too Little of Featured Ingredients
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H&M Clothing Sustainability Claims New York Class Action

H&M, or Hennes & Mauritz, LP, is one of the world’s largest retailers, specializing in clothing, including fast fashion. As more and more consumers seek to shop and live in ways that do less harm to the environment, H&M has begun making claims about the sustainability of certain lines of its clothing, including creating “Sustainability  Read more

Sustainability or Ecological/Environmental Claims, Deceptive Advertising