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Class action lawsuits are filed against a company or corporation when there are multiple plaintiffs who are seeking damages. Bisnar Chase has filed several class action lawsuits against negligent corporations and provides news about ongoing class action lawsuits here in our blog.
T-Mobile is now facing two class action lawsuits filed by upset customers after an investigation found that more than 5.3 million people have had their personal information stolen in a data breach.
According to a report on Business Insider, both lawsuits accuse T-Mobile of violating the California Consumer Privacy Act after a breach saw the details of millions of customers and former customers stolen in a cyber attack.
The breach has impacted more than 50 million people in total and involved information such as phone numbers, social security numbers, and license details. …Read the rest »
Zoom Video Communications will pay an $85 million settlement after a lawsuit was filed alleging misrepresentations and broken promises regarding customer’s privacy and security.
According to a news report, the major lawsuit alleged that Zoom shared private user information through a third-party integration with social media companies including Facebook and LinkedIn. It also blames the company for enabling “Zoombombing” incidents.
Zoom became the single most popular platform for teleconferencing during the coronavirus pandemic. It has not accepted any wrongdoing but has now agreed to the significant settlement. …Read the rest »
Victims who have suffered serious side effects after using Icy Hot pain relief products may be able to join a class action lawsuit.
Concerns have been raised over the effects of Icy Hot topical painkillers, as well as alleged false advertising, with potentially misleading statements printed on the product packaging as key selling points.
Icy Hot is advertised as providing long-lasting pain relief action. But not all users experience this relief, with some left suffering serious side effects such as pain, burns, and blistering.
If you have suffered adverse side effects from using Icy Hot products, contact Bisnar Chase for a free consultation to find out if you could have a case. …Read the rest »
At least five employees at the City of Long Beach have joined in a class action lawsuit against the city alleging a system of racial discrimination, which they say held them back in their jobs.
According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, the lawsuit alleges that the city has disproportionately kept Black employees in lower-paying and unclassified positions, rejected their requests for equal pay and promotions, and created an “anti-Black culture” among city employees. …Read the rest »
A federal judge in California refused to allow Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. to escape for a second time a proposed class action alleging that its switch to soy-based covering for its wires in its vehicles attracted rats. According to a Law360 news report, the judge said the court is bound by the Ninth Circuit’s findings in the case.
U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney declined to change the appeals court’s ruling stating that under the law of the case doctrine, a district court is precluded from reconsidering an issue that has been decided by the same or higher court. What this means is that in this case, the district court will not dismiss the implied warranty claims that the Ninth Court found were sufficiently pled. It will also not allow to go forward the California Unfair Competition Law claim that the circuit court dismissed with prejudice. …Read the rest »
A user in a low-level hacking forum has published the phone numbers and personal data of hundreds of millions of Facebook users free online. According to a report on Insider.com, this exposed data includes the personal information of more than 533 million Facebook users from 106 countries, including 32 million records on users in the United States, 11 million in the United Kingdom and 6 million in India. The leaked information includes users’ phone numbers, Facebook IDs, full names, locations, birthdates, bios, and in some cases, email addresses. …Read the rest »
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Bank of America for its role in the widespread fraud involving California Employment Development Department (EDD) debit cards provided by the bank to people getting unemployment benefits. According to a CBS San Francisco news report, the lawsuit lists a number of failings by Bank of America saying that the suit is a wakeup call for the bank, and that the problems could have been foreseen. …Read the rest »
Trek Bicycle is being sued for about $5 million by a consumer who says the company is making misleading claims that its Bontrager WaveCel helmets are safer than other brands. According to a news report, the lead plaintiff in the class-action lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York alleges that the WaveCel helmet technology was touted by the defendant as the most significant advancement in cycling in the last 30 years when it was released in early 2019. …Read the rest »
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is alerting pet owners about high levels of aflatoxin in some pet foods after 28 dogs reportedly died from the toxin and eight others became sick. According to a CNN news report, the pet food containing the toxin has been identified as certain Sportmix products manufactured by Midwestern Pet Foods. The company has voluntarily recalled these products. …Read the rest »
A class action lawsuit filed by a Chevy Bolt owner in California says that a battery recall over fire hazards was issued too late by General Motors and does too little. According to a report on Car Complaints, the Bolt battery recall only offers an interim repair that will cause cars to lose 10% of their mileage range. The lawsuit also alleges that GM held off on a formal recall even though the batteries are unsafe and unable to be fully charged without catching fire. …Read the rest »