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Pine-Sol Cleaners Contained Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Bacteria Class Action

The Clorox Company sells cleaning products throughout the country, including Pine-Sol for cleaning floors and other nonporous surfaces. Unfortunately, the complaint for this class action alleges that Pine-Sol products have been (or may be) contaminated by bacteria that can increase users’ risks of getting invasive infections and other injuries, and that this was not disclosing  Read more

News, Consumer
Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Contamination During Preparation or Use, Contaminated with Harmful Substances, Bacteria
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Carvana Violates Licensing Laws, Says Class Action

This class action brings suit against a list of Carvana companies, on behalf of other used auto dealerships, alleging Carvana has repeatedly broken dealership laws, such as not delivering titles to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) on time and improperly issuing out-of-state temporary license tags or plates to customers who had no connection to  Read more

Unfair Competition, Unfair Business Practices, Licenses or Licensing, Deceptive Advertising
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Samsung Range Knobs Too Easily Turned On Class Action

Among the many products put out by Samsung Electronics America, Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. are electric and gas ranges, some of which have a defect that is the subject of this class action. The complaint alleges that the burner control knobs on the front of the ranges, which purportedly must be pushed in  Read more

Range, Defective Product, Defective Home Appliance, Breach of Implied Warranty
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National Grid Improper Charges for Taxes Not Owed Class Action

This class action alleges that National Grid USA Services Co., Inc. and Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation (which does business as National Grid) are undermining the ability of renewable energy companies to compete in providing energy in New York. It claims that, when they charged two renewable energy companies for connections to their grid, they required  Read more

Unjust Enrichment, Tax Charges, Improper Other Tax Charges, Breach of the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing
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Entergy Tower Fall and Disruption of Business Class Action

This class action brings suit against Entergy Corporation, Entergy Louisiana, LLC, and Entergy New Orleans, LLC. It complains of the fall of a transmission tower owned and operated by Entergy during a hurricane, near Avondale, Louisiana. The fallen tower and associated items, the complaint alleges, “created a hazard to navigation that required the river to  Read more

Energy, Disruption of Business, Business Losses
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Coinbase’s Role and the Nature of Cryptocurrency Class Action

What exactly are cryptocurrencies? The complaint for this class action argues that they are securities, because their purchasers are hoping for their value to increase. It brings suit against Coinbase Global, Inc. and Coinbase, Inc., with the inciting incident being the breaching of a Coinbase account and the theft of funds, but it also brings  Read more

Securities, Negligence, EFTA, Cryptocurrency, Breach of the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing, Breach of Fiduciary Duty
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RR Donnelley & Sons Data Breach Class Action

RR Donnelly & Sons Company (RRD) offers marketing and business communications, commercial printing, and related services. Although it is on the Fortune 500 list, the complaint for this class action alleges it did not take adequate measures to safeguard the personally identifiable information (PII) entrusted to it.  Read more

Privacy, News
Your Privacy, Exposure to cyber crime, Exposing Private Information
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CBS.com Viewing Information Shared with Facebook Class Action

If you have a Facebook account and watch CBS video clips online, is Facebook entitled to know what you’ve watched? The complaint for this class action alleges that Paramount Global Corporation, which owns and operates CBS.com, has violated the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) by disclosing the personally identifiable information (PII) of CBS.com viewers, including  Read more

Privacy, News
Your Privacy, VPPA, Sharing Personal Information with Third Parties, Collecting Personal Data Without Notice/Consent
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Timberland Bank Multiple NSF Fees, Unfair OD Fees Class Action

This class action takes issue with two practices allegedly engaged in by Timberland Bank. First, it claims the bank charges multiple non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees on a single item presented for payment. Second, it claims that Timberland imposes overdraft (OD) fees on accounts that were not actually overdrawn.  Read more

Your Bank, Unfair Business Practices, Overdraft Fees, Insufficient or Non-Sufficient Funds Fees
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JPMorgan Chase Misleading of Mortgage Applicants Class Action

People who are closing on a home must finalize their mortgages within a narrow space of time. The complaint for this class action alleges that JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA misleads mortgage applicants to think they will be approved for a mortgage, then denies the loan, resulting in out-of-pocket losses.  Read more

Negligent Misrepresentation, Negligence