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Skyline Anticompetitive Employment Agreements California Class Action

This class action brings suit against Skyline Capital Builders, LLC and Skyline Construction Enterprises, Inc., primarily for anticompetitive actions and unfair competition. According to the complaint, Skyline is an investor in commercial real estate and construction services firms and was “search[ing] for a foothold in the local San Diego construction market.” The complaint alleges, among  Read more

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Blacklisting of Adult Entertainment Performers and Platforms Class Action

Was a process meant to blacklist terrorists from online platforms used to blacklist and curtail the businesses of competitors to OnlyFans? That’s the allegation of this class action, brought by providers of adult entertainment (AE) on platforms other than OnlyFans who claim to have seen their businesses drop off abruptly at a certain point in  Read more

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Grand Canyon University Accreditation Standards Class Action

This class action sues a for-profit university, Grand Canyon University, Inc., and related parties, about their online graduate programs. The school offers graduate degrees in areas that are subject to state regulation, but the complaint for this class action alleges that the programs do not meet the accreditation standards for many state licensing boards and  Read more

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Capital One Did Not Offer Covid-19 Assistance as Promised Class Action

Capital One Financial Corporation issues credit cards. If account holders pay their bills late, Capital One may charge up to $40 as a late fee. During the economic distress caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Capital One promised “assistance” to customers, the complaint for this class action alleges, such as waiving fees, deferring payments, and the  Read more

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Bank of America Did Not Refund Credit Card Late Fees as Promised Class Action

This class action on the purported waiver of credit card late fees, says in its Introduction, “The deadly Covid-19 pandemic created the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.” During this crisis, Bank of America, NA (BANA) promised to refund credit card late fees for customers in difficulty, but the complaint alleges that it rarely  Read more

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ClassPass Displays Non-Partners on Partners Network Class Action

ClassPass, Inc. is a “digital middleman” company that allows subscribers to book classes at gyms and fitness studios, and lately, also for services like manicures, massages, and haircuts. This class action brings suit against ClassPass, its CEO Fritz Lanman, and its Founder and Executive Chairman Payal Kadakia, claiming that it has presented itself as offering  Read more

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Amazon Withholding of Funds from Sellers with Paid Reviews Class Action

This class action is brought by a group of Chinese companies against four Amazon companies (Amazon.com, Inc., Amazon.com Services, LLC, Amazon Payments, Inc., and Amazon Capital Services, Inc.). The group alleges that Amazon owes them billions of dollars in merchant payments. At its core is an Amazon zero-tolerance policy against “incentivized” or paid reviews.  Read more

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Porsche Emissions Warranty “High-Priced” Parts California Class Action

California law requires emission control system warranties on new passenger vehicles. In particular, automakers are required to identify high-priced parts that pertain to emissions control and to provide a 7-year, 70,000-mile warranty for them. The complaint for this class action alleges that Porsche Cars North America, Inc. has improperly limited the parts it includes in  Read more

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Ulma Non-Normalized Flanges Unfair Competition Class Action

Ulma Forja, S.Coop and its US subsidiary, Ulma Piping USA Corp., make carbon steel flanges, which the companies originally sold in the US as being “normalized,” or heat-treated. This class action follows up on an earlier suit against the company, brought by two competitors on Ulma, during which Ulma executives admitted that most of their  Read more

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Synta, Ningbo Sunny Consumer Telescope Antitrust Class Action

This is one of a number of antitrust class actions brought against makers and distributors of consumer telescopes in the US, Canada, Taiwan, and China. The complaint for this class action alleges that two companies were affiliates of each other rather than competitors, and that these companies, along with a number of others, colluded to  Read more

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