Delta Air Lines was sued in federal court on Tuesday over allegations that its claimed status as the world's "first carbon-neutral airline" is largely misleading.
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On Tuesday, a California federal court judge certified a $6 billion class action suit against the National Football League (NFL) over the cost of its “Sunday Ticket” package with DirecTV. The suit alleges that the NFL illegally broadcast games and drove up the cost of its Sunday Ticket package, which provides viewers with out-of-market and…
Three graduates of the USC Rossier School of Education are seeking reimbursement for tuition and other costs based on incomplete data provided to US News & World Report that allegedly affected Rossier's ranking.
On Monday, December 5, 2022, two plaintiffs filed a class action lawsuit against Apple related to Apple's AirTag in the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California. The two plaintiffs have suffered stalking and harassment enabled by the use of Apple's location-based tracking product.
Google Play customers won class-action status on Monday in a lawsuit alleging that Google artificially inflates prices in its app store.
A federal judge approved a $6 billion settlement on Wednesday for student borrowers who alleged that they had been greatly misled by their schools.
A New York resident argues that the name and packaging of the Margarita-Hard Seltzers deceive consumers by leading them to think that the beverages contain tequila when they do not.
A Florida woman who was forced to accept a much more expensive car loan due to an error seeks to launch a class action against the credit reporting company in a Georgia court.
A class action lawsuit was filed against Louis Vuitton North America, Inc. in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, on Friday, April 8, 2022. The lawsuit alleges that the luxury brand secretly collects complete facial scans of shoppers who use the brand's website to virtually try on designer eyewear.
Sixteen universities known for their exclusivity and high price tags have been accused of violating antitrust laws and artificially inflating the cost of attendance for students receiving financial aid.