FDA says evaporated cane juice label misleading

FDA States ‘Evaporated Cane Juice’ Label is Misleading

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued final guidance to the food industry and declared that it considers use of the term “evaporated cane juice” as an ingredient on food labels to be “false and misleading” under federal law. “The term… Read More »

Theranos class action

Theranos Class Action Says Lab Botched Blood Tests

Theranos is facing a consumer class action lawsuit alleging its Edison blood testing machines fail to provide accurate test results. The plaintiff, identified in this Theranos class action lawsuit by the initials M.P.B., alleges that the Edison blood testing device offered by… Read More »

Old Spice Swagger Burns

Old Spice Swagger Burns

Old Spice has been a popular deodorant brand for many years, so many users of the brand assume that there are not any side effects like burns or deodorant rash. A growing number of injured consumers are reporting Old Spice Swagger burns… Read More »


LG Electronics Reach Moldy Washer Class Action Settlement

A group of consumers who purchased allegedly defective LG washers are requesting approval of a proposed settlement that would allow closure for a highly contentious eight-year legal battle. The parties reached the preliminary agreement through a third-party mediator after numerous rounds of negotiations,… Read More »


Judge Grants Class Cert. to Safeway Olive Oil Consumers

Safeway can’t escape a class action lawsuit over its alleged false labeling of its store-brand olive oil products as a California state judge grants class certification to purchasers of the products. Judge Winifred Y. Smith moved forward two Classes of consumers who… Read More »

GM Fuel Economy Class Action Lawsuit

Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over GM False Fuel Economy Ratings

A Florida man has filed a class action lawsuit in federal court in Detroit against General Motors over the automaker’s error on EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings for about 60,000 model-year-2016 SUV crossover vehicles. The Detroit automaker sent a memo to dealers earlier this month disclosing… Read More »

NFL Sunday Ticket class action lawsuit

Class Counsel Named in NFL Sunday Ticket MDL

On Monday, attorneys from four law firms were appointed as co-lead counsel for Class Members in multidistrict litigation over DirecTV’s exclusive offering of the National Football League’s Sunday Ticket package. The NFL Sunday Ticket MDL (titled In re: National Football League’s Sunday… Read More »


Target Debit Card Overdraft Fee Problems

Credit and debit cards linked with specific stores are causing more and more problems, according to customers, including the Target debit card. The Target debit card is advertised at offering a 5 percent discount on in-store items. Although the in-store card is… Read More »

asbestos lung cancer

Asbestos Cancer Blamed on Cigarette Filters by Ky. Couple

A Kentucky man and his wife say the cigarette manufacturers he worked for in the 1950s are responsible for his current asbestos cancer. Plaintiffs Betty and Lewis S. say Lewis developed asbestos cancer both because of asbestos exposure he suffered as both… Read More »


Cancer Researcher Cautions Against Baby Powder Use

For a century, Americans have been using baby powder on their skin.  But some researchers say baby powder may put some women at risk of ovarian cancer, which kills about 14,500 American women every year. Talc is a naturally occurring clay mineral composed of magnesium and… Read More »

iheart media tcpa settlement

iHeartMedia TCPA Class Action Settlement

iHeartMedia Inc. has agreed to pay $8.5 million to resolve allegations that the mass media company violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending out unsolicited text messages to its radio listeners. According to the iHeartMedia TCPA class action lawsuit, the company… Read More »