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This class action alleges that Alma Lasers, Inc. or its agents sent unsolicited advertising faxes, in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

Solar Equipment on House Roof

This class action alleges that Solar America, Sunrun, and Clean Energy Experts violated the TCPA by placing unsolicited telemarketing cell phone calls, some of them to persons who were on the national Do Not Call registry. 

PreCheck, Inc. has settled a case alleging that it provided consumer reports for employment purposes to parties without first getting certification from them that they had complied with its obligations under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).

This lawsuit alleges that FIA Card Services, N.A. violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending unsolicited text messages to consumers without their express consent.


This class action alleges that Vizio violated the Video Privacy Protection Act and state consumer protection laws by capturing and then selling private information from users of its smart TV products.

This lawsuit alleges that Johnson & Johnson violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act when doing background checks on potential new hires.

This class action lawsuit alleges that KeyPoint Government Solutions, in its role as a U.S. government contractor, negligently mishandled sensitive personal data belonging to federal job applicants, leaving them vulnerable to identity theft resulting from a June 2015 cyber attack.

This lawsuit alleges that Firstsource Advantage LLC violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by initiating non-emergency calls using an automatic telephone dialing system  to place calls to the cells phones of persons who had not consented to receive the calls.

Branam Tooth Gel

Branam Holdings and Branam Oral Health Technologies have been sued in a class action alleging that the companies sent unsolicited advertising faxes, and also that the companies did not include opt-out information for any further faxes.

This lawsuit alleges that Adir International, LLC, operator of Curacao department stores in California and Arizona, illegally attempted to collect debts from customers by contacting them on their cell phones in an abusive and deceptive manner, in violation of the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the California Rosenthal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.