US Bank Drilled Safe Deposit Boxes California Class Action

People often consider safe deposit boxes the ultimate safekeeping location. But this class action alleges that some persons were robbed of the items in their safe deposit boxes with US Bancorp and US Bank, NA in California because, it claims, the bank took cost-cutting measures purportedly to “consolidate” its holdings of safe deposit boxes which  Read more

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Clean Harbors Colfax Disposal of Ordinance and Nearby Properties Class Action

This class action concerns the disposal of hazardous waste by a facility of Clean Harbors Colfax, LLC because of loud noise, shock waves, toxic smoke, bad odors, and drifting particulate, which affect nearby properties. This class action claims that the company disposes of not only toxic materials but also armaments and explosive substances, and that  Read more

Clean Harbors Colfax Facility

Norton Bonded Abrasive Wheels No Clear Expiration Date Class Action

Saint-Gobain Abrasives, Inc. makes, among other things, different types of bonded abrasive wheels under the brand name Norton. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the wheels have a problem: they do not clearly identify their shelf life or expiration date. This is important, the complaint alleges, because after that date, “the product  Read more

Norton Bonded Abrasive Wheel

Coinbase Promotion of TerraUSD as Stablecoin Class Action

Coinbase is a marketplace for cryptocurrency, but the complaint for this class action claims it is also “a significant venture capital investor in [early phase] cryptocurrency companies and one of the largest financial backers of Terraform Labs.” Terraform created TerraUSD (UST), which was promoted as a “stablecoin,” but this complaint brings suit against Coinbase Global,  Read more

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Makita Bonded Abrasive Wheels Unclear Expiration Dates Class Action

Makita USA, Inc. makes some thirty kinds of bonded abrasive wheel products under various brand names: Bauer, Warrior, Hercules, and Chief. These wheels are used to cut metal and concrete, but the complaint for this class action alleges that these products are “unreasonably dangerous” because their expiration dates are noted in a way that the  Read more

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3M Firefighting Foam and PFAS in Water Supplies Wisconsin Class Action

The Ansul Fire Technology Center (AFTC) in Marinette, Wisconsin is used for training, testing, research, and development of fire suppressants. The complaint for this class action brings suit against the 3M Company for its aqueous film-foaming foam (AFFF) that the complaint claims has released potentially harmful chemicals into the environment which have found their way  Read more

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Illinois Gastroenterology Exposure of PHI, PII, and PBI Class Action

This class action concerns yet another data breach, this time of Illinois Gastroenterology Group, PLLC (IGG). The complaint alleges that the information exposed including protected health information (PHI), personally identifiable information (PII), and protected biometric information (PBI), affecting more than 227,000 individuals.  Read more

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365 Data Centers Ransomware Attack and Outage Class Action

The defendant in this case, 365 Data Centers Services, LLC, provides what the complaint for this class action calls hybrid data services to other businesses. Unfortunately, on May 14, 2022, 365 suffered a ransomware attack that caused its entire cloud network to shut down and destroyed its clients’ data and infrastructure. The complaint alleges that  Read more

365 Data Centers Services Equipment

Opioid Epidemic Costs to Florida Public Schools RICO Class Action

This class action brings suit against a long list of pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors of opioids, on behalf of independent public school districts in Florida. The complaint claims, “public schools have been shouldering perhaps the most profound and enduring consequences of the nationwide opioid epidemic.” It points to schools’ needs to provide special education and  Read more

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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

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