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This lawsuit alleges that Burlington Coat Factory violate state consumer protection laws by generating fake discounts on sale items.

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This class action lawsuit alleges that hotel booking website Priceline and hotel operator Hilton deceptively and illegally operated the "Name Your Own Price" reservation option by placing consumers into hotel rooms the true price of which was never revealed or agreed to prior to their booking decision.

This class action lawsuit alleges that hotel booking website Priceline and hotel operator Hilton deceptively and illegally operated the "Name Your Own Price" reservation option by placing consumers into hotel rooms the true price of which was never revealed or agreed to prior to their booking decision.

This lawsuit alleges that Morning Star Bamboo Flooring, manufactured and sold by Lumber Liquidators, is vulnerable to premature cracking, splitting, warping and shrinking which occurs well before its warranted useful life and that the defendant has not taken appropriate steps to remedy the situation for affected customers.

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This digital-privacy class action suit alleges that the use of “cookies” by social networking site Facebook to track users’ information and activities after the users had logged out of Facebook was a practice in violation of multiple state and federal laws.

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In this lawsuit, the plaintiff alleges that Iovate Health Sciences has engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct with regard to its MuscleTech and Six Star Protein products by packaging them in opaque containers which actually contain more than 40% empty space or "slack-fill."

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This lawsuit alleges that two consumer credit reporting agencies, Experian and TransUnion, willfully and negligently included inaccurate information in the credit reports of a Texas resident, in violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

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This class action lawsuit alleges that HD Supply, Inc. committed numerous negligent as well as knowing/willful violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending unsolicited advertising text messages to the plaintiff and others who also incurred charges for the incoming calls to their cellular telephones.

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A class action lawsuit alleges that the vitamin E supplements sold by CVS Pharmacy falsely claim they are beneficial to “heart health.” In fact, the suit claims, the vast majority of scientific studies show that vitamin E has no affect on the cardiovascular system.

Nationstar Mortgage

This lawsuit alleges that Nationstar Mortgage Holdings, Inc. repeatedly telephoned a Florida resident when the company had notice she was represented by counsel in a foreclosure proceeding, in violation of the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act and Florida consumer laws.

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