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Providence Hospital Emergency Physician Services Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: Injunctive relief Providence Health and Services and Providence Health and Services Washington have agreed to settle a class action. The complaint alleged that Providence did not give him adequate notice that charity care was available when he was going through the intake process at the emergency department. This, the complaint claimed, was a violation of the Washington  Read more

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Abacus Data Systems Unwanted Text Messages TCPA Settlement

Active? Closed Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: TBD Abacus Data Systems, Inc. is paying close to $2 million to settle a class action alleging that it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). According to the complaint, it sent consumers telemarketing text messages without first getting their permission; it may also have sent such messages to persons whose numbers were on the National  Read more

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Costa Del Mar Sunglasses Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: Vouchers, worth up to $19.99 Costa Del Mar, Inc. is choosing to settle a class action concerning repairs on its sunglasses. The complaint alleged that the company charged more than the advertised “nominal fee” for repairs to sunglasses required due to accidents, normal wear and tear, or misuse, and charged fees to repair sunglasses that supposedly were covered by a  Read more

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HOSOPO Horizon Solar Power TCPA Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: TBD HOSOPO Corporation, which does business as Horizon Solar Power, is paying $800,000 to settle a class action alleging it violated the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and the Massachusetts General Laws, by placing unsolicited telemarketing calls to consumers using an automated telephone dialing system.  Read more

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Two Towns Ciderhouse Apple Cider Ingredients Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: TBD Just under a million dollars is the price 2 Towns Ciderhouse will be paying to settle a class action alleging it violated California’s False Advertising Act and Unfair Business Practices Act. The company advertised its apple cider products as containing “Nothing artificial…” when in fact some of them contained dl-malic acid, a synthetic form of  Read more

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New Prime Trucking Labor Law Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: Varies This settlement resolves two class/collective actions alleging New Prime, Inc. violated state and federal labor laws. The first claimed New Prime violated the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Missouri wage and hour laws by not paying trainees for orientation time and by its pay policies towards both employee and independent contractor drivers. The  Read more

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Indiana Equifax Data Breach Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: TBD Equifax experienced a data breach in 2017, which was the subject of a nationwide lawsuit. Indiana did not participate in the multistate settlement that resulted. The Office of the Indiana Attorney General filed its own lawsuit on behalf of those affected by the data breach who were citizens of Indiana, alleging that Equifax had failed  Read more

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Ford F-Series Door Latch Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? Maybe Typical Settlement: Varies Ford Motor Company has agreed to settle a class action about the door latches on its 2015-2019 F-series trucks (F-150, F-250, etc.). The complaint claimed that the latches have a design defect that makes them malfunction in cold weather. According to the complaint, the defect may cause the latches not to open, not to close,  Read more

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Viega Copper Fittings Antitrust Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? Yes Typical Settlement: Varies This settlement resolves a class action that made antitrust allegations against Viega, LLC. The complaint claimed that the company would only sell its carbon steel press fittings to distributors who signed an agreement that they would not carry its competitors’ copper fittings. According to the complaint, this resulted in plumbers paying higher prices to buy  Read more

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Huuuge Gambling Games Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: Varies Huuuge, Inc., is paying $6.5 million to settle a class action relating to its virtual gambling games, including Huuuge Casino, Billionaire Casino, Stars Slots, and others. The complaint claimed that Huuuge violated Washington state’s gambling laws and its Consumer Protection Act in its selling of virtual chips in the games.  Read more