Quicken Loans Shares Delinquent Status in E-Mail Class Action

This class action brings suit against Quicken Loans, Inc. for an e-mail it sent out, informing customers that their accounts were delinquent. The complaint alleges that the e-mail was sent out to hundreds or thousands of other customers at the same time as it was sent to the plaintiff in this case, sharing the delinquent  Read more

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Blue by ADT Security Camera Footage Sent to Others Class Action

When consumers engage a security company, they expect to be protected and more secure from outside intrusions. The complaint for this class action alleges that ADT, LLC, doing business as Blue by ADT, instead failed in ways that ended up compromising its customers’ “privacy and protection within the walls of their own homes.”  Read more

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ADT Technician Accessed Cameras in Private Homes Class Action

In April 2020, ADT, LLC (which does business as ADT Security Service) told customer Randy Doty that the technician who had installed his security system had granted himself access to their cameras and had spied on him and his family. This class action brings suit against ADT and the technician, Telesforo Aviles, on behalf of  Read more

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United Airlines Falling Pieces and Fire in Engine Class Action

In the news lately has been a horrifying photo, taken aboard a United Airlines plane, with a view out the window to show the engine on the right side of the aircraft damaged and on fire. The complaint alleges, “As a result of United’s failure to properly inspect and maintain its aircraft, one of two  Read more

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Grand Princess Cruise Sailed After Covid-19 Outbreak Class Action

This class action spotlights the spread of Covid-19 on the February 21, 2020 cruise of the Grand Princess from California to Hawaii, after an outbreak on the cruise directly before that one. The complaint alleges that the companies responsible for the sailing, Carnival Corporation, Carnival plc, and Princess Cruise Lines Ltd., were at the very  Read more

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YouTube Content Moderators Protection from Trauma, PTSD Class Action

Users of YouTube, Inc.’s YouTube platform are able to post millions of videos without any prescreening by the company. Some of this content, says the complaint for this class action, is truly horrible. YouTube therefore employs content moderators to look at videos and remove any that violate the platform’s terms of use. According to the  Read more

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O’Reilly Obsolete 303 Tractor Hydraulic Fluid Kansas Class Action

A number of cases have been filed on this topic—the sale of 303 tractor hydraulic fluid (THF). The plaintiffs allege this 303 THF is obsolete and no specifications have been available for it for some forty years. Instead, the complaint alleges, the 303 type no longer contains the anti-wear and protective properties expected of a  Read more

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Solara Medical Supplies Negligence and Data Breach Class Action

The complaint for this class action alleges that Solara Medical Supplies, LLC did not take adequate care of customer information and suffered a data breach, exposing customers’ personally identifying information (PII), and then did not even reveal the breach until four months had passed.   Read more

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USC Student-Athlete Recruit Designation Admissions Scandal Class Action

The University of Southern California (USC) was one of the schools involved in the recent college admissions scandal, with athletic personnel accepting bribes to designate certain applicants as sports recruits. This class action brings suit against the school for fraud and misrepresentations by the school, among other things, on behalf of other applicants who paid  Read more

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Wawa Stores and Gas Pumps Data Breach Class Action

Wawa, Inc. has a chain of more than 750 convenience stores, over 500 of which also sell gasoline, located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and Florida. The complaint alleges that the company failed to properly protect customer personal and payment information for these locations, resulting in the installation of malware on its customer  Read more

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