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JPMorgan Chase Retirement Plan “Wear Away” of Benefits Class Action

How would you feel if you discovered that for the last fifteen of your thirty-plus years with a company, you had not accrued any retirement benefits? This class action brings suit against the JPMorgan Chase US Benefits Executive, the Board of Directors of JPMorgan Chase Bank, JP Morgan Chase & Company, and the JPMorgan Chase  Read more

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United Credit Card Failure to Credit Purchases as Promised Class Action

People have a choice about which credit cards they will hold. This class action concerns the inducements advertised for a credit card that was offered by United Airlines (United Airlines, Inc. and United Airlines Holdings, Inc.) through JPMorgan Chase (JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA and JPMorgan Chase & Co.). The complaint alleges that, to induce people  Read more

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Walmart Employees USERRA Benefits Settlement

Walmart is settling a class action alleging it did not provide employees with the benefits due them under the Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA). The complaint alleged that when employees took Short-Term Military Leave, such as to perform their reservist duties, Walmart did not give them fully-paid leave, even though it gave  Read more

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Bank of America California Unemployment Benefit Card Fraud Class Action

During the Covid-19 pandemic, many more people have relied on unemployment benefits. In California, these are handled by the Employment Development Department (EDD); Bank of America, NA (BOA) distributes the funds. However, this complaint alleges that BOA “is either unwilling or unable to stop criminals” from stealing unemployment funds from accounts. It also appears to  Read more

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Los Angeles Housing Authority Section 8 Improper Notice Settlement

Another class action has been settled, this time one alleging that the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) violated federal and state laws when it did not provide proper notice to Section 8 recipients, between July 2005 and July 2006, that the Voucher Payment Standard (VPS) was to be reduced. The VPS  Read more