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DeLaval V300 VMS

DeLaval V300 Defective Voluntary Milking System Class Action

This class action concerns robotic or voluntary milking systems (VMSs) from DeLaval, Inc. and related American and European companies. The complaint alleges that the DeLaval VMS V300 is defective, does not do what it is advertised to do, and “cannot meet the industry standards for producing Grade A milk.”  Read more

Contract
Strict Product Liability, Negligence, Breach of warranty, Breach of Contract
Gate City Bank Location

Gate City Bank Multiple NSF Fees on a Single Item Class Action

The complaint for this class action brings suit against Gate City Bank, taking issue with its practices for charging insufficient or nonsufficient funds (NSF) fees. The complaint alleges that Gate’s account agreements say it will charge a single fee on such items, while in practice it may assess an additional fee if the item is  Read more

Contract
Your Bank, More Than One Fee Assessed on a Single Item/Transaction, Insufficient or Non-Sufficient Funds Fees
ECL Group Name on Building

ECL Group Ransomware Attack Disrupts Medical Practices Class Action

ECL Group, LLC provides services for medical practices, such as billing, keeping electronic medical records (EMR), and other practice management services. This class action concerns an outage of ECL’s systems as a result of a ransomware attack.  Read more

Contract
Fraud, Breach of Contract
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Warrantech “No Lemon Guarantee” in Service Contract Class Action

Warrantech Consumer Product Services, Inc. and TAG Warranty Corp. (formerly known as AMT Warranty Corp.) sell warranty products and administration for automotive and consumer products. Certain of their service contracts come with a “no lemon guarantee,” but the complaint alleges the companies do not keep their promises to replace items that require repeated repairs.  Read more

Contract
Unjust Enrichment, Breach of Contract
Bank of Guam Name and Logo

Bank of Guam Multiple NSF Fees on a Single Item Class Action

The Bank of Guam charges a non-sufficient funds (NSF) fee when an item is presented for payment and the respective account does not have the funds to cover it. But if the merchant presents the item again, does it have the right to charge the customer a second NSF fee? The complaint for this class  Read more

Contract
Your Bank, Insufficient or Non-Sufficient Funds Fees, Breach of the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing, Breach of Contract
Ally Name on Building

Ally Financial End-of-Lease Purchase Conditions Class Action

A frequent provision in vehicle lease agreements is an option for buying the vehicle at the end of the lease. The complaint for this class action brings suit against Ally Financial, Inc. and Ally Bank Lease Trust, alleging that they have included such provisions in their leases and then refused to honor them.  Read more

Contract
Leased Vehicles, Breach of Contract
Piles of Shipping Containers

iContainer “All-Inclusive” Shipping from Overseas Class Action

When you put your goods into the hands of a company, to have them shipped to a different location, you rely on them to get the shipment to its destination for the contracted price. The complaint for this class action brings suit against iContainers USA, Inc. and its parent company, iContainers Solutions SL, alleging that  Read more

Contract
Breach of the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing, Breach of Contract, Additional charges in breach of contract
SLS Hotel Beverly Hills

SLS Hotel “Hold” on Funds Actually a Withdrawal Class Action

This class action bring suit against the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills and Marriott International, Inc. According to the complaint, the hotel said it would place a hold on funds on a credit card, for incidentals during a guest’s stay, but instead actually withdrew funds via a debit card. The complaint alleges that the hotel  Read more

Contract
Withdrawal Instead of Hold, Failure to Honor Terms of Agreement, Breach of Contract
Bank of America Sign and Logo in Front of Branch

Bank of America Massachusetts Unemployment Debit Card Fraud Class Action

This class action bring suit for Bank of America’s (BOA’s) “egregious maladministration of its obligations” for the Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) benefits payment programs. The complaint alleges that BOA did not protect from fraud the benefits DUA was handing out to unemployed persons, using outdated BOA-DUA debit cards and offering inadequate customer service  Read more

Contract
Negligence, EFTA, Breach of Contract
A Holiday Inn in New Mexico

Holiday Inn Unfair Franchising Requirements New Mexico Class Action

This class action brings suit against two hotel-related entities, Six Continents Hotels, Inc., which does business as Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) and Holiday Hospitality Franchising, LLC (HHF), concerning unfair franchising requirements. The complaint alleges that the franchising arrangements impose onerous and unnecessary requirements on franchisees that are designed not to improve the business but to  Read more

Contract
Breach of Contract, Anticompetitive Actions, Accounting