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This class action alleges that Verde Energy invaded consumers’ privacy and violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by making unsolicited calls to their cell phones via the use of automated equipment.

This class action alleges that Electrolux made and sold French-door refrigerator-freezers with a defective ice maker.

This class action alleges that Zara violated the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act by printing more than the last four digits of customer credit card numbers on its receipts.

This class action alleges that the Burlington Coat Factory violated California law by asking for and recording customers’ telephone numbers when they made credit card purchases.

This class action alleges that Flushmate flushing systems caused toilets to leak or burst, causing property damage and/or injury. This settlement does not include claims for injuries.

This class action alleges that Black Warrior, a membership cooperative which provided electrical service to residents and businesses in certain areas of Alabama, failed to distribute “excess revenues” according to legal requirements.

This class action alleges that AIMCO, an owner and manager of apartment properties, did not fully refund tenants’ security deposits, but withheld amounts for damages without complying with Maryland’s Security Deposit Statute.

Two separate settlements have been reached with pool product manufacturers in an antitrust class action, one with Hayward and Zodiac, the other with Pentair. The class action alleges that the companies, along with distributor Pool Corporation, conspired to keep product prices artificially high, in ways that violate antitrust, unfair competition, and consumer protection laws.

This lawsuit alleges that residential mortgage service company Nationstar Mortgage Holdings failed to credit payments made by borrowers, resulting in continual overstatements of outstanding loan balances on monthly mortgage statements and annual tax and interest statements, in violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. 

This class action concerns whether Geico received a reimbursement from another party for costs paid to people insured under its policies without first receiving a judicial determination or agreement that they were “made whole” (that is, that they received payment for all damages suffered). In this case, “Geico” includes the following:

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