Articles Posted in Consumer Law

A U.S. judge certified a class of debit card users on Tuesday in a lawsuit brought against American Express. The plaintiffs allege that American Express's non-discrimination provisions for merchants violate state antitrust and consumer protection laws.


The online marketplace argues that its delivery guarantee for select purchases applies only to the date of the delivery, rather than the preferred time window that a customer selects.


On Tuesday, October 24, 2023, 42 attorneys general filed a lawsuit against Meta in the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, alleging that Facebook and Instagram are designed to exploit and manipulate youth and teens in harmful ways.


Posted in: Consumer Law, Privacy

On Monday, July 31, 2023, a class action lawsuit was filed against Taco Bell, accusing Taco Bell of falsely advertising the amount of beef and other ingredients in Crunchwraps and Mexican Pizzas.


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.


The online marketplace and the camera company allege that 29 accounts on the Amazon marketplace were selling counterfeit Canon products and thus infringing on Canon trademarks.


A class action in a federal court alleges that Amazon Go stores violated a New York City law requiring businesses to disclose their collection of customers' biometric information.


Posted in: Consumer Law, Privacy

After Southwest canceled around 13,000 flights in the days surrounding the Christmas holiday, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced that he would be watching the company very closely and expected it to "go beyond the letter of the law."


Posted in: Consumer Law

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.


Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has frequently taken Google to court over alleged violations of consumer privacy, voicing a wariness of major tech companies and their influence over American life.