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Coca-Cola Bottle-Cap Codes Rewards Program Class Action

The Coca-Cola Company has been running rewards programs relating to alphanumeric codes printed inside the bottle caps of its beverages. But the rewards have changed more than once, the complaint for this class action alleges, until they are not really rewards for the purchaser at all but donations to pre-selected charities. The complaint alleges that  Read more

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WB Mason Commissions Reduced Retroactively Class Action

W.B. Mason Co. sells office supplies and related items, in part through account executives (AEs) or salespeople who sell or distribute the products. But the complaint alleges that the company has violated the New York Labor Laws (NYLL) and committed breach of contract and common-law fraud by retroactively reducing wages and commissions already earned by  Read more

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Avanir Encouraged Nuedexta Use for Off-Label Purposes Class Action

When drugs are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), they are approved for specific uses, to treat specific diseases or problems. The complaint for this class action brings suit against Avanir Pharmaceuticals, Inc., which it claims attempted to market a drug called Nuedexta for other than its original uses, including, it claims, by  Read more

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Signature Care “Rapid Release” Acetaminophen Gelcaps Class Action

This class action sues Albertsons Companies, Inc., as well as Safeway, Inc., Better Living Brands, LLC, and LNK International, Inc., which it claims are responsible for two generic medicines under the Signature Care brand: Signature Care Rapid Release Gelcaps and Signature Care PM Rapid Release Gelcaps. The complaint alleges that, despite being marketed and labeled  Read more

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Dorrance Publishing Hidden Sales Figures, False Royalties Class Action

How do writers know whether they are getting proper royalties on their books? The complaint for this class action alleges that Dorrance Publishing Company, Inc. hides true sales figures from its writers, telling them that their books have sold only a few copies, and does not pay them the royalties they are due.  Read more

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MusclePharm Essentials BCAA Calorie Content Information Class Action

This class action alleges that MusclePharm Corporation makes products that either omit any mention of calories on their nutritional labels or misstate their calorie content as zero. The products at issue are nutritional powders that contain branched-chain amino acids called Essentials BCAA which supposedly offer “ideal amounts” of certain amino acids to aid in the  Read more

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Samsung Refrigerators Unsafe Temperatures Class Action

Refrigerators have a single purpose: to keep food at a cold temperature, so that it can be preserved. The complaint for this class action alleges that certain refrigerators made by Samsung Electronics America, Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. do not run at a cold enough temperature to safely do this.  Read more

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StockX Collectible Luxury Items and Sneaker NFTs Class Action

The complaint for this class action describes StockX, Inc. as “operat[ing] an online secondary marketplace” offering luxury, collectible items as well as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that correspond to physical goods. However, the complaint alleges that the collectible goods may be inauthentic and that the NFTs may be illusory. Two classes have been defined for this  Read more

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Samsung TVs “Motion Rate” Is Not Refresh Rate Class Action

In the specifications for new TVs, what does the term “motion rate” mean? Is it the refresh rate or something different? This class action brings suit against Samsung Electronics America, Inc., alleging that, when it offers certain TVs as having a “motion rate” of 120 Hz, it leads consumers to believe that this a refresh  Read more

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Fashion Nova Suppressed Lower-Starred Reviews Pennsylvania Class Action

When consumers are considering buying something online, they often rely on reviews to help make a decision. In fact, the complaint for this Pennsylvania class action says that “ninety-three percent (93%) of adults in the United States read reviews before making online purchases.” But Fashion Nova, LLC, the complaint alleges, artificially inflates the value of  Read more

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