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This settlement encompasses both a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act and a class action for violations of state laws of Arizona, California, Colorado, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, and South Carolina. The complaint alleged that iQor Holdings US, Inc.

A Sonic Drive-In Restaurant

This settlement resolves a class action that alleged that Sonic Corporation did not take adequate measures to prevent a data breach that occurred during 2017, exposing customer information.

Arby's Sandwich

A fund of $2 million is the result of a settlement between Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. and plaintiffs who filed a class action about an Arby’s data breach. The cyberattack targets certain corporate-owned Arby’s restaurants and exposed customer payment card information. The complaint alleges that Arby’s was responsible for the data breach.

Bottle of Dial Complete Liquid Hand Soap

Dial Corporation is choosing to settle a class action related to its statements about its product Dial Complete Liquid Hand Soap.

Lenovo Yoga2Pro Computer

Lenovo is putting aside $8.3 million for settlement of a class action alleging that it placed problematic software on certain of its computers. The software, by Superfish, is called VisualDiscovery. Users claimed that it slowed down the computers, invaded users’ privacy, and created security risks. 

Ross Store Front

Ross Stores, Inc. are settling a class action that alleges the company used false “Compare At” prices on its merchandise tags to make consumers think they were getting larger discounts than they were. The complaint alleges that the “Compare At” prices violate California laws against false advertising and unfair competition.

Can of Canada Dry Ginger Ale

Keurig Dr Pepper is settling two different class actions making approximately the same allegation: that its Canada Dry ginger ale is falsely advertised as being “made with real ginger.” The complaint allege that the amount of real ginger in the product is negligible. The Missouri case is a 49-state case. The other case is a California case.

Experian Building

Experian is putting aside $22 million to settle a class action regarding a data breach that took place in September 2015. The complaint alleged that Experian did not take adequate precautions to prevent the data breach, which exposed the personal information of approximately 15 million T-Mobile customers who applied for services or device financing through September 16, 2015.

A Noodle Dish at Zippy's

FCH Enterprises, Inc. owns Zippy’s Restaurant, Napoleon’s Bakery, Kahala Sushi, Pearl City Sushi, and Pomaika’I Ballrooms, all in Hawaii. This class action alleged that FCH allowed a data breach that exposed credit and debit card information between November 23, 2017 and March 29, 2018.


NIBCO, Inc. is settling two class actions alleging that its PEX tubing, fittings, and clamps are defective and can leak. The complaints cited (1) NIBCO’s 1006 formulation tubing, including Dura-PEX and PEX; (2) NIBCO’s 1807 brass fittings; and (3) stainless steel clamps.