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Massage Envy Class Action Says One-Hour Massages Come Up Short

A potential class action lawsuit claims Massage Envy Franchising LLC shorts its customers by 10 minutes of massage time for each one-hour session. Plaintiff Kathy Haywood alleges Massage Envy unlawfully charges customers for a full hour of massage despite the fact that customers spend… Read More


PC Richard FACTA Class Action Alleges Expiration Dates on Receipts

Appliance store P.C. Richard is facing a proposed class action lawsuit in New Jersey state court with allegations that the company printed debit card and credit card expiration dates on receipts, violating federal law. Plaintiff MaryLisa Rapa alleged that P.C. Richard &… Read More


Oregon DHS Class Action Says Foster Kids Housing Practice Illegal

Two advocacy groups filed a class action lawsuit in Oregon federal court Tuesday against the Oregon Department of Human Services, seeking to end the alleged practice of housing foster kids in hotels and state offices. “Tonight, some of the most vulnerable children in… Read More


Injured Patient Files Blood Clot Filter Lawsuit

A new blood clot filter lawsuit takes device manufacturer Cook Medical to task for complications associated with its Günther Tulip filter. Plaintiff Christopher E. says he was injured by a Günther Tulip IVC filter after it was implanted in his inferior vena… Read More


Nexium Chronic Kidney Disease Lawsuit Filed By Ill. Man

AstraZeneca has been hit with a Nexium chronic kidney disease lawsuit filed by an Illinois man who claims the company failed to warn of serious side effects associated with the heartburn medication. Plaintiff George M. was prescribed Nexium on numerous occasions from… Read More

Catalina Express FACTA

Catalina Express FACTA Class Action Settlement

A settlement has been proposed in a class action lawsuit alleging Catalina Channel Express Inc. printed credit and debit card expiration dates on customer receipts in violation of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA). If you made a credit or… Read More


PLS Check Cashers Faces California Overtime Class Action Lawsuit

PLS Check Cashers has been failing to pay its employees minimum wage and overtime pay, according to a new California overtime class action lawsuit. Plaintiff Pearl Rangel says she worked for PLS Check Cashers from September 2012 and August 2014. She alleges… Read More

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Toyota Camry HVAC Defect Class Action Survives Dismissal

Most of the claims in a class action lawsuit alleging an air conditioning defect causes foul odors in Toyota Camrys survived a motion for dismissal. Lead plaintiffs Alfred Salas and Gloria Ortega alleged in their class action lawsuit that Toyota knew about defects in… Read More


Capital One Robocall Lawsuit Alleges State and Federal Violations

A lawsuit has been filed against Capital One alleging the bank has violated the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act (FCCPA). Plaintiff Pamela M. filed the Capital One robocall lawsuit against the bank after she received… Read More


Missouri Debtors’ Prison Class Action Settlement

The City of Jennings, Missouri has agreed to pay $4.7 million to an estimated 2,000 residents it jailed for unpaid court debts, many of them for minor offenses such as traffic tickets. Non-profit legal groups including ArchCity Defenders and Equal Justice Under… Read More

Real Water tap water

Real Water Class Action Says Product is Just Bottled Tap Water

Real Water brand bottled water, sold by Affinitylifestyles.com, is actually bottled tap water that is sold to Nevada consumers at a premium price, according to a false advertising class action lawsuit. Plaintiffs Jennifer Nunes, Dennys Sian, Ramona Wells, Jayson Morgan and Keyatra… Read More