LCD screen class action settlement

Washington LCD Flat-Panel Antitrust Class Action Settlement

A $63 million class action settlement has been reached between multiple LCD flat panel manufacturers and Washington state consumers. The lawsuit accused AU Optronics, Chimei, Chunghwa, Epson, Hitachi, LG, Samsung, Sharp, and Toshiba of conspiring together to fix the prices of LCD… Read More »


Does Onglyza Cause Heart Failure?

The FDA issued a statement earlier this month that it was adding a new warning to the labels of diabetes drugs like Onglyza that contain the saxagliptin and alogliptin. The FDA said the drugs “may increase the risk of heart failure, particularly in… Read More »


iYogi TCPA Class Action Settlement Checks Mailed

Top Class Actions readers are starting to receive checks in the mail from a class action settlement over claims that iYogi violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by calling consumers even after they asked iYogi to stop. According to reader comments and… Read More »

PPI heartburn medications linked to kidney disease

Heartburn Medications Linked to Kidney Disease

New studies are showing a link between popular drugs heartburn drugs and an increased risk for developing kidney disease. Prilosec and Nexium, both in their prescription formulation as well as the over-the-counter formulation, were included in the studies. Prilosec and Nexium belong… Read More »


Equifax FCRA Class Action Settlement

Equifax has agreed to pay $3 million to settle a class action lawsuit over accusations that the consumer credit reporting agency violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Plaintiffs Donna Soutter, Brenda Arnold, and Joyce Ridgley filed the Equifax class action lawsuit in… Read More »


Eliquis and Internal Bleeding

Patients who choose the anticoagulant Eliquis may be confronted with an increased risk of internal bleeding. Eliquis is also known by the generic name apixaban. Like other anticoagulants, it’s used to prevent clot-related injuries like deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism. It… Read More »

Motorola class action

Motorola Class Action Alleges Poor Warranty Service

The mobile division of Motorola is facing a potential multi-million dollar lawsuit for poor performance in terms of its customer service, especially with its warranty service for its flagship products like the Moto 360 smartwatch and its smartphones. Plaintiff Douglas Lynch, a Georgia… Read More »

Taxotere Hair Loss

Taxotere Side Effects at Center of New Lawsuit

A woman from Mississippi alleges she should have been better informed about the risk of permanent hair loss associated with the chemotherapy drug Taxotere. Plaintiff Angela J. says her Taxotere side effects included disfiguring permanent hair loss. She says she was first… Read More »


Saks Class Action Claims Website Terms Violate State Law

A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed by a New Jersey resident against Saks Direct alleging that the terms and conditions on the high end retail store’s websites include illegal provisions that violate consumer protection laws. Plaintiff Fay Rubin filed the… Read More »

Old spice accused of causing burns and rash

Industry Weighs in on Old Spice Chemical Burn Lawsuit

As allegations continue to swirl about Old Spice deodorant burns, industry experts are wondering what the claims mean for the deodorant’s maker, Proctor & Gamble. A putative class action Old Spice chemical burn lawsuit was filed in Cincinnati in March, seeking up to $25 million for… Read More »


Ashley Furniture Class Action Says ‘Leather’ Falsely Advertised

A California class action lawsuit accuses Ashley Furniture Industries Inc. and Ashley Homestores Ltd. of false advertising and fraud. The complaint alleges that Ashley Furniture sells “DuraBlend” furniture without disclosing that it is not made of actual leather. In addition, the class… Read More »