Canada's Lululemon Athletica has filed suit against discount
retail chain Ross Stores accusing it of trademark infringement
for allegedly selling cheap counterfeit copies of its high-end
Target Corp has agreed to an $8 million settlement to
resolve a class action alleging that it charged customers
"insufficient fund" fees for using a Target debit card even when
they had enough money in their bank accounts to cover the
A federal appeals court has declined to revive a proposed
class action by homeowners alleging that JPMorgan Chase Bank
violated a federal law by taking kickbacks from mortgage
insurers for referring business to them, ruling that the lawsuit
A federal judge in San Jose has dismissed a proposed
nationwide class action accusing Dr Pepper Snapple Group of
mislabeling its Mott’s apple sauce and apple juice as "all
natural" when they contain trace amounts of pesticide.
A federal judge has declined to approve a proposed
settlement in a class action accusing California-based
Plantronics of selling over a million wireless headphones that
were advertised as sweatproof and able to last eight hours on a
single charge when neither was true.
A federal judge in Miami has dismissed a proposed class
action accusing General Mills of selling Cheerios cereal with
trace amounts of the weedkiller glyphosate, ruling that the
named plaintiff failed to show how she was harmed.
A federal judge in Pittsburgh has rejected a bid by a Bank
of New York Mellon unit to dismiss a proposed class action
accusing it of imprudently investing thousands of trusts' assets
in poorly performing mutual funds managed by an affiliate.
TD Bank has agreed to pay $70 million to settle several
lawsuits consolidated in federal court in South Carolina
accusing it of charging its customers excessive overdraft fees,
according to a court filing on Thursday.
The U.S. Department of Justice has reached a settlement with
Indiana's First Merchants Bank over allegations that it engaged
in illegal red-lining, the practice of excluding predominantly
African-American neighborhoods from its services.
Consumers accusing Santander Consumer USA of violating the
U.S. Telephone Consumer Protection Act by making automatically
dialed calls to their cellphones without their consent can
proceed with their lawsuit against the company, a federal judge
in Chicago ruled.