Verizon Customers May Receive Compensation in $100 Million Class Action Settlement

Hackensack, New Jersey – Verizon customers in the United States could be entitled to a share of a proposed $100 million class action settlement. The lawsuit, filed in New Jersey, alleges that customers were unfairly and deceptively charged undisclosed administration fees as part of their monthly plans. Eligible customers who were affected by these charges between January 2016 and November 2023 have until April 15 to submit a claim. Verizon customers across the country should take note of this settlement and how it may impact them. The legitimacy of the Verizon class action settlement has … Read more

Customers File Lawsuits Against Stanley Tumblers Over Undisclosed Lead Content

Seattle, Washington – The parent company responsible for the viral Stanley cup tumblers is facing a series of lawsuits over allegations that the brand failed to disclose the presence of lead in their products. The proposed class action lawsuits, filed in the U.S. District Court in Washington state, come after Stanley recently acknowledged that the vacuum insulation in their products contains “some lead.” Stanley issued a statement assuring consumers that no lead is present on the surface or in the contents of their products. Concerns about the presence of lead in the Stanley cups arose … Read more

Attorney Confirms: Ripple ODL Customers Can Still Use Payment Solution Despite SEC Victory

New York, NY – In a recent development, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has obtained a victory against Ripple, potentially leading to an injunction. However, Attorney Bill Morgan argues that such a ruling would not be able to restrict the usage of the On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) solution by its customers. Magistrate Sarah Netburn has granted the SEC’s motion to compel, sparking discussions among legal experts about the possibility of implementing an injunction to restrain ODL customers. The SEC had requested Ripple’s financial records pertaining to institutional sales of XRP to assess the necessity of … Read more

Chick-fil-A Settles Class Action Lawsuit, Offering $4.4 Million to Customers Over Delivery Charges During Pandemic

Atlanta, GA – Fast food giant Chick-fil-A has reached a settlement in a class action lawsuit regarding delivery charges during the pandemic. The lawsuit, filed in Georgia, claimed that the chain had promised low delivery fees on its app or website but then increased food prices by as much as 30% on delivery orders. Although Chick-fil-A has not admitted to any wrongdoing, it has agreed to pay out $4.4 million in the settlement. Eligible customers will have the option to receive either cash or a gift card worth $29.95. Customers from five states, including New … Read more