This lawsuit alleges that Bank of America deceptively enrolled customers in and charged for insurance plan protection products without express and informed consent, in violation of the Truth in Lending Act.
This lawsuit alleges that the H.J. Heinz and Kraft Heinz Companies violated California’s consumer protection laws by labeling their products as “manufactured in the U.S.A.” when the products contained foreign components.
This lawsuit alleges that Fluidmaster, Inc. “NO-BURST” stainless steel water supply lines were defectively designed, causing the lines to routinely and prematurely rupture, in violation of consumer protection laws.
This class action alleges that MusclePharm violate state consumer protection laws by intentionally deceiving consumers of certain kinds of their nutritional supplements with large containers that offered little inside.
This class action alleges that Business Information Group violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) by providing inaccurate reports to prospective employers and other third parties, and by not providing the required notice to the subject of the reports, allowing him to correct the inaccuracies.