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This is a settlement for a class action alleging that the electric power steering system in certain 2009 and 2010 Toyota Corollas (excluding the XRS grade) breaches warranties and violates various state consumer protection laws because it “can cause vehicles to wander or drift from center at highway speeds and/or suddenly veer to one direction during normal use.”

This settlement resolves a class action alleging that Imax Chicago Navy Pier violated requirements of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) by printing more than the last five digits of consumers’ credit or debit cards on their payment receipts. 

This settlement resolves a class action alleging that Justice violated state common law and consumer law with deceptive sales and marketing practices, because it claims that everything in its stores is on sale for 40% off the regular price, when in fact the “sale” price is the regular price.

This class action alleges that M·A·C violated the Massachusetts Unfair Trade Practices Act by requesting and recording card customers’ zip codes in M·A·C’s Massachusetts retail stores.

This settlement resolves a class action alleging that when EverBank force-placed homeowner’s insurance, it did it in such a manner as to receive a kickback, and also in a way that resulted in excessive rates and coverage amounts. 

This class action, which alleges that homes in the Ocean Pointe Project, in the District of Ewa, Hawaii, have defects, has resulted in three separate settlements. The defects include brass plumbing fittings, alleged not to comply with building and plumbing codes, and hurricane straps that attach the frame of a home to its concrete foundation, alleged to be defective.

This settlement resolves a class action alleging that the City of Dubuque, Iowa overcharged its utility customers for franchise fees. 

This class action alleges that International Marketplace violated the federal Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA) by printing too much credit card information on customer receipts.

This class action alleges that Rite Aid’s flat-fee charge for producing pharmacy records is unreasonable and unlawful.

This settlement resolves a class action alleging that Blue Buffalo deceptively labeled its pet foods with a “True Blue Promise” stating that its products contain no poultry byproduct meals, no corn, wheat, or soy, and no artificial preservatives. 

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