Automotive technicians may generally be flat rate employees, but they are still protected by workers’ rights laws and California labor laws. What is a Flat Rate Employee? A flat rate employee is someone who… Read More
The fees surrounding mortgage payments and other types of debt collection are regulated by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Under the protection of this law, a debtor has filed a class-action suit… Read More
The ongoing coronavirus has changed a lot about all of our lives, including mass layoffs, furloughs, school closures, isolation and more. Many people who have retained their jobs are now working from home for… Read More
A California truck driver has filed a class action lawsuit against Trius Trucking, alleging the company underpaid employees. Lead Plaintiff Augustus M. said he worked as a truck driver for Trius Trucking from February… Read More
According to consumer complaints, some eBay sellers may be engaging in unethical price gouging practices in order to make a profit off of the coronavirus pandemic. What is Price Gouging? Quite the opposite of… Read More
According to consumer complaints, some auto companies including General Motors may be manufacturing and selling vehicles with a defect that causes them to consume excessive amounts of engine oil. What Is Engine Oil Consumption?… Read More
The University of Phoenix, one of the largest for-profit colleges in the U.S., faced charges from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), alleging that the school harmed students through deceptive advertising, including promises of employment… Read More
An airline passenger is claiming he was double-charged for early boarding when he was forced to reschedule a Southwest Airlines canceled flight. Plaintiff Thomas J. Klutho of Missouri reports that he booked a round-trip… Read More
A recent class action lawsuit claims that Rochester Institute of Technology refuses to provide tuition refunds to their students. Plaintiff Barbara Mycek’s son allegedly attended Rochester Institute of Technology, or RIT, for the spring… Read More
A recent settlement to end Google data breach claims received preliminary approval from a judge. Per settlement terms, Google will pay $7.5 million. The preliminary approval was granted by U.S. District Judge Edward J…. Read More
A $7 million class action settlement has been announced, ending allegations that U by Kotex tampons could unravel or come apart when inserted into women’s bodies. Those who can benefit from the settlement include… Read More
A class action settlement has been reached to resolve a Mercedes HVAC lawsuit claiming that the company’s vehicles can build up mold and mildew in its HVAC systems. The settlement benefits current or former… Read More
Ametek has agreed to resolve claims that they exposed certain Californians to toxic contamination from waste materials stored below ground. The settlement benefits a variety of people who lived in El Cajon’s mobile home… Read More
Student loan servicer Navient Solutions Inc. has agreed to pay $4.5 million to settle claims that the company violated the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act and Massachusetts Debt Collection Regulations by calling customers more than… Read More
Wells Fargo home loan customers who lost their homes may be able to benefit from an $18.5 million settlement that, if approved by the court, will end a class action lawsuit alleging bank errors… Read More
Home Chef Data Breach: Who’s Affected? Were you affected by the Home Chef data breach? Major data breaches are becoming more and more widespread, affecting millions of consumers each year. Recently, a major data… Read More
Mortgage Payment Fee: Who’s Affected? Were you charged a fee just because you paid your mortgage online or by phone? These processing fees (pay-to-pay fees) are almost always unlawful. These online payment fees come… Read More
If you received an unsolicited text message, ringless voicemail, pre-recorded voice, or robocall from a marijuana dispensary, you may qualify to join this marijuana dispensary unwanted text messages lawsuit investigation.
COVID-19 College Refunds: Who’s Affected? Do you attend a private college or university that closed due to the coronavirus? Did your school not issue a refund for tuition, room and board, or any fees… Read More
AFFF Foam Cancer: Who’s Affected? Are you a firefighter, military member or an airport worker who was exposed to aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF) and subsequently developed cancer? If so, you may be eligible to… Read More
Call Recording Laws in California: Who’s Affected? California recording laws have been put in place to protect you. Are you a California resident who was recorded without warning? The state of California has laws… Read More
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