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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
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Blacklisting of Adult Entertainment Performers and Platforms Class Action

Was a process meant to blacklist terrorists from online platforms used to blacklist and curtail the businesses of competitors to OnlyFans? That’s the allegation of this class action, brought by providers of adult entertainment (AE) on platforms other than OnlyFans who claim to have seen their businesses drop off abruptly at a certain point in  Read more

Unfair Competition, Tortious Interference with Contract, Interference with Business Relationship
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Country Crock Misleading “Plant Butter Made with Olive Oil” Class Action

Upfield US, Inc. makes a vegetable oil spread under its Country Crock brand that is labeled as “Plant Butter Made with Olive Oil.” The complaint alleges that the product’s name and marketing is misleading in a number of ways, particularly because it contains more of three other kinds of oils than it does olive oil.  Read more

Representations Imply Product Is Healthy, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Contains Too Little of Featured Ingredients
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Venture Solar Capital Telemarketing to Do Not Call Numbers TCPA Class Action

When Congress passed the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), it observed that “[u]nrestricted telemarketing … can be an intrusive invasion of privacy[.]” But the complaint for this class action alleges that Venture Solar Capital, LLC violates the TCPA, because it makes telemarketing calls to numbers listed on the National Do Not Call Registry.  Read more

Unsolicited Telephone Calls, TCPA, Called Number on Do Not Call Registry
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Express Scripts Excessive Charge for Prescription Records Alabama Class Action

How much is Express Scripts, Inc. permitted to charge an Alabama customer for copies of her prescription records? The complaint alleges that the company charges $90, which it attempts to portray as a fee for a service, but the complaint argues that the prescription records are medical records, subject to Alabama’s cap on prices for  Read more

Providing Medical Records, Excessive Fees
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Morton “Himalayan” Pink Salt Deceptive Marketing Class Action

Morton Salt, Inc. makes All-Natural Himalayan Pink Salt Products, in both coarse and fine varieties. The salt is marketed as “Himalayan” and “harvested from ancient sea salt deposits deep within the Himalayas.” But the complaint alleges that this is not true and that the salt actually comes “from salt mines hundreds of miles away in  Read more

Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Country of Origin
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HondaJet 90-Day Run Frequency and Disassembly Requirement Class Action

Honda Aircraft Company, Inc. and Honda Aircraft Company, LLC make and sell HondaJets. The complaint for this class action alleges that Honda issued maintenance recommendations for aircraft that were used less often during the Covid-19 pandemic, and that it may now require a $700,000 engine disassembly for those that did not follow the new recommendations.  Read more

Breach of warranty, Aircraft
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McKinsey’s Consulting Increases Opioid Sales West Virginia Class Action

McKinsey and Company, says the complaint for this class action, was a consultant to makers of opioids that helped boost prescriptions and sales of these drugs. The complaint alleges that the company and its related entities contributed to widespread opioid use by mothers and the painful effects on their babies.  Read more

Nuisance, Negligence, Gross Negligence, Civil Conspiracy