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Hand Holding Glass Under Tap for Drinking Water

This class action concerns water and companies that supply it—American Water Works Company, Inc., Pennsylvania-American Water Company, and New Jersey American Water. The complaint says that, first, the companies do not disclose all the contaminants present in the water they supply. Second, it says that the plaintiff’s house was flooded with water and sediment from a negligent pipe flushing.

Bill Stamped with Words "Past Due"

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) attempts to stop third-party debt collectors from using false, misleading, or unfair collection practices and requires them to give accurate information when they attempt to collect debts. The complaint for this class action alleges that BJC & EGC Partners, LLC, who do business as ProCo, did not make it plain that all parts of a consumer’s dispute of a debt must be in writing.

Row of Shirts on Dry Cleaner's Hangers

The complaint claims that “in 1994, the State of California estimated that the average woman is charged an extra $1,351.00 per year, simply for being a woman…” How so? Women are often charged more than men for exactly the same product or service. In this class action, the complaint alleges that GreenTree Cleaners, Inc., doing business as Hope Cleaners, charges women more than men for the exact same cleaning services.

FuelRod Kiosk

If a company makes a promise when a consumer first buys an item, must it continue to keep that promise for years to come? The complaint for this class action says yes. It claims that Tricopian, Inc. sold a portable charging product and then made “such a fundamental change in the nature of its support of the product as to deprive consumers of the primary benefit of the bargain.”

2019 Honda CR-V

This class action brings suit against American Honda Motor Co., Inc. for defective windshields. The complaint alleges that windshields in Honda CR-V vehicles can spontaneously crack or shatter, endangering people in the vehicle as well as those in other vehicles on the road.

Juul "Starter Kit" with E-Cigarette and Pods

This class action is brought by two men who began vaping as minors who allege they had no idea that vaping products contained high levels of nicotine. The complaint claims that Juul Labs, Inc. did not properly disclose the contents of its pods and the hazards of smoking them.

Hand Holding Out Receiver with Word Bubble Saying, "Nope"

You’d think that political candidates would be even more sensitive than companies as to whether citizens wanted to receive their advertising messages. Apparently, they aren’t. The complaint for this class action alleges that Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. sent unwanted text messages to consumer cell phones in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

Carton of Westsoy Vanilla Soymilk

Lately, a number of class actions have taken issue with the labeling of ice cream, almondmilk, and soymilk products as “vanilla,” claiming that the labeling does not meet federal requirements and gives consumers a false impression. This is another such case, this time making these allegations against Westbrae Natural, Inc. and its Westsoy Organic Unsweetened Vanilla Soymilk.

Sign Saying, "Western Union. Money Transfer."

If you try to send money to a party, should it take the sending company five years to tell you that the money was never received? The complaint for this class action alleges that the Western Union Company and Western Union Financial Services, Inc. have still not corrected the behavior for which they were sued years before.

Logo of Toyota Motor Credit Corporation

If a person buys a vehicle with a loan and does not make regular payments on the loan, the lender can take the vehicle. However, if the person goes into bankruptcy, the rules change. In this class action, the complaint alleges that Toyota Motor Credit Corporation (TMCC) improperly repossessed the vehicle of a person in bankruptcy proceedings.