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Ford (Sudden Acceleration) »

Defendant: Ford

Alleges that Ford knowingly sold defective electronic throttle control system in certain Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury models, causing unintended acceleration.  The case is Belville et al v. Ford Motor Co., Case No. 3:2013cv06529, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia.    Learn More.

BMW (i3 REx Range Extender) »

Defendant: BMW of North America, LLC and BMW AG

Alleges that certain BMW 2014-2016 i3 REx model electric cars are defective, causing the vehicle to lose speed and power mid-drive without warning.  The case is Rollolazo v. BMW of North America, LLC and BMW AG, Case No. 8:16-cv-00966, in the U.S. District Court, Central District of California Southern Division.… Learn More.

BP Solar and Home Depot (Solar Panel) »

Defendant: BP Solar and Home Depot

Alleges that certain BP solar panels manufactured between 1999 and 2007 with S-type junction boxes are defective, creating a fire hazard.  Consumers are eligible for replacement by an approved contractor. The court approved the settlement on Dec. 22, 2016.    Learn More.

Fiat Chrysler (Emissions-Cheating Software) »

Defendant: Fiat Chrysler

Alleges that Fiat Chrysler fraudulently concealed, falsely advertised, and violated consumer laws by installing software that only turns on emissions controls when the 2500 and 3500 Dodge RAM trucks are being tested and shuts down emissions controls during normal operations, releasing more pollution than allowed by law. The case is… Learn More.

Audi (Emissions-Cheating Software) »

Defendant: Audi

Alleges that Audi fraudulently concealed, falsely advertised, and violated consumer laws by installing software that only turns on emissions controls when the certain Audi vehicles with 3.0-liter gasoline engines are being tested and shuts down emissions controls during normal operations, releasing more pollution than allowed by law. The case is… Learn More.

Ford (MyFord Touch) »

Defendant: Ford

Alleges that Ford knowingly sold defective MyFord Touch powered by SYNC operating system in certain Ford models.  The case is In Re MyFord Touch Consumer Litigation, Case No. 13-cv-03072-EMC, in the US District Court for the Northern District of California.    Learn More.

Fiat Chrysler (Emissions-Cheating Software) »

Defendant: Fiat Chrysler; Bosch

Alleges that Fiat Chrysler fraudulently concealed, falsely advertised, and violated consumer laws by installing software that only turns on emissions controls when the certain Dodge RAM EcoDiesel and Jeep Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel vehicles are being tested and shuts down emissions controls during normal operations, releasing more pollution than allowed by… Learn More.

CB1, Inc. (Surcharges) »

Defendant: CB1, Inc.

Consumers who paid a surcharge to CB1 when using a credit or debit card on or after October 22, 2013 may be eligible for an estimated $13.32 cash.  Class members will automatically receive payment when the settlement becomes final. Final Fairness Hearing is May 24, 2017.    Learn More.

Wells Fargo (Broker’s Price Opinions) »

Defendant: Wells Fargo

Mortgage borrowers who paid for Broker’s Price Opinions (“BPO”) in an amount greater than Wells Fargo had paid to the broker for the BPO between May 6, 2005 and July 1, 2010 may be eligible for pro rata share of the $50 million settlement.  Class members will automatically receive payment… Learn More.

Breathometer, Inc. (Original and Breeze) »

Defendant: Breathometer, Inc.

Consumers who purchased breathometer Original or Breeze will be eligible to receive full refunds.  According to the Federal Trade Commission complaint, Breathometer falsely advertised that the breathalyzer devices could accurately calculate blood alcohol content and were “law-enforcement grade product.”  The FTC also charged Breathometer with falsely claiming its products went… Learn More.

Frontier Communications (TCPA) »

Defendant: Frontier Communications

Consumers who received telemarketing call from Frontier Communications between August 20, 2009 and January 25, 2017 without their prior express consent may be eligible for a pro rata share of the $11 million settlement. The company reached a settlement over allegations of violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Final… Learn More.

Universal Property & Casualty Insurance (ID Theft) »

Defendant: Universal Property & Casualty Insurance

Consumers with an insurance policy from Universal Property between September 1, 2013 and March 31, 2016 may be eligible for two years of ID Experts’ managed recovery and restoration services for identity theft victims and one year of identity theft reimbursement insurance. The company reached a settlement over allegations of… Learn More.

Nissan (Continuously Variable Transmission) »

Defendant: Nissan

The lawsuit alleges that certain 2013-2014 Nissan Pathfinder vehicles and 2013-2014 Nissan Infiniti JX35/QX60 vehicles with FK-*k2 continuously variable transmission are defective.  Consumers who purchased or leased these models may be eligible for warranty extension.  Former owners with two or more transmission repairs or replacements may be eligible for pre-negotiated… Learn More.

NetSpend (Prepaid cards) »

Defendant: NetSpend

NetSpend agreed to a $53 million settlement over allegations that NetSpend deceptively marketed “immediate access” and “guaranteed approval” of the prepaid cards.    Learn More.

Ford (Exhaust) »

Defendant: Ford

Alleges that 2011-2015 Ford Explorer vehicles are defectively designed, allowing exhaust odor to enter into the vehicle. Consumers who purchased or leased those models may be eligible for reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses (maximum of $500). Final Fairness Hearing Jun. 14, 2017.      Learn More.

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Ford (Sudden Acceleration) »

Defendant: Ford
Source: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/consumers-bring-product-liability-class-action-against-ford-alleging-defects-causing-uni

Alleges that Ford knowingly sold defective electronic throttle control system in certain Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury models, causing unintended acceleration.  The case is Belville et al v. Ford Motor Co., Case No. 3:2013cv06529, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia.

Learn More.

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auto, product safety, product defect

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BMW (i3 REx Range Extender) »

Defendant: BMW of North America, LLC and BMW AG

Alleges that certain BMW 2014-2016 i3 REx model electric cars are defective, causing the vehicle to lose speed and power mid-drive without warning.  The case is Rollolazo v. BMW of North America, LLC and BMW AG, Case No. 8:16-cv-00966, in the U.S. District Court, Central District of California Southern Division.

Learn More.

Tags/Keywords

auto, product safety, product defects

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BP Solar and Home Depot (Solar Panel) »

Defendant: BP Solar and Home Depot

Alleges that certain BP solar panels manufactured between 1999 and 2007 with S-type junction boxes are defective, creating a fire hazard.  Consumers are eligible for replacement by an approved contractor.

The court approved the settlement on Dec. 22, 2016.

Learn More.

Tags/Keywords

product safety, product defects

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Fiat Chrysler (Emissions-Cheating Software) »

Defendant: Fiat Chrysler
Source: https://www.hbsslaw.com/cases/dodge-ram-2500-emissions

Alleges that Fiat Chrysler fraudulently concealed, falsely advertised, and violated consumer laws by installing software that only turns on emissions controls when the 2500 and 3500 Dodge RAM trucks are being tested and shuts down emissions controls during normal operations, releasing more pollution than allowed by law. The case is Bledsoe et al v. FCA US LLC and Cummins Inc., Case No. 2:16-cv-14024-TGB-RSW, in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

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auto

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Audi (Emissions-Cheating Software) »

Defendant: Audi
Source: https://www.hbsslaw.com/cases/audi-emissions-cheating

Alleges that Audi fraudulently concealed, falsely advertised, and violated consumer laws by installing software that only turns on emissions controls when the certain Audi vehicles with 3.0-liter gasoline engines are being tested and shuts down emissions controls during normal operations, releasing more pollution than allowed by law. The case is Greenfield et al v. Audi of America, LLC and Audi AG, Case No. 1:16-cv-10456, in the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division.

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Tags/Keywords

auto

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Ford (MyFord Touch) »

Defendant: Ford
Source: https://www.hbsslaw.com/cases/ford---myford-touch

Alleges that Ford knowingly sold defective MyFord Touch powered by SYNC operating system in certain Ford models.  The case is In Re MyFord Touch Consumer Litigation, Case No. 13-cv-03072-EMC, in the US District Court for the Northern District of California.

Learn More.

Tags/Keywords

auto, product defects

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Fiat Chrysler (Emissions-Cheating Software) »

Defendant: Fiat Chrysler; Bosch

Alleges that Fiat Chrysler fraudulently concealed, falsely advertised, and violated consumer laws by installing software that only turns on emissions controls when the certain Dodge RAM EcoDiesel and Jeep Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel vehicles are being tested and shuts down emissions controls during normal operations, releasing more pollution than allowed by law. The case is Chavez et al v. FCA US LLC; Robert Bosch GMBH, and Robert Bosch LLC, Case No. 3:16-cv-06909, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

Learn More.

Tags/Keywords

auto, false advertising

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CB1, Inc. (Surcharges) »

Defendant: CB1, Inc.

Consumers who paid a surcharge to CB1 when using a credit or debit card on or after October 22, 2013 may be eligible for an estimated $13.32 cash.  Class members will automatically receive payment when the settlement becomes final.

Final Fairness Hearing is May 24, 2017.

Learn More.

Tags/Keywords

overcharges

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Wells Fargo (Broker’s Price Opinions) »

Defendant: Wells Fargo

Mortgage borrowers who paid for Broker’s Price Opinions (“BPO”) in an amount greater than Wells Fargo had paid to the broker for the BPO between May 6, 2005 and July 1, 2010 may be eligible for pro rata share of the $50 million settlement.  Class members will automatically receive payment when the settlement becomes final.

Final Hearing is Apr. 4, 2017.

Learn More.

Tags/Keywords

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Breathometer, Inc. (Original and Breeze) »

Defendant: Breathometer, Inc.

Consumers who purchased breathometer Original or Breeze will be eligible to receive full refunds.  According to the Federal Trade Commission complaint, Breathometer falsely advertised that the breathalyzer devices could accurately calculate blood alcohol content and were “law-enforcement grade product.”  The FTC also charged Breathometer with falsely claiming its products went through government-lab grade testing and knew that the results understated BAC levels.

Learn More.

Tags/Keywords

false advertising

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Frontier Communications (TCPA) »

Defendant: Frontier Communications

Consumers who received telemarketing call from Frontier Communications between August 20, 2009 and January 25, 2017 without their prior express consent may be eligible for a pro rata share of the $11 million settlement. The company reached a settlement over allegations of violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

Final Fairness Hearing is May 31, 2017.

Learn More.

Tags/Keywords

telecom

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Universal Property & Casualty Insurance (ID Theft) »

Defendant: Universal Property & Casualty Insurance

Consumers with an insurance policy from Universal Property between September 1, 2013 and March 31, 2016 may be eligible for two years of ID Experts’ managed recovery and restoration services for identity theft victims and one year of identity theft reimbursement insurance. The company reached a settlement over allegations of not sufficiently securing customer’s insurance information on its website.

Final Approval Hearing is Jul. 31, 3017.

Learn More.

Tags/Keywords

privacy

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Nissan (Continuously Variable Transmission) »

Defendant: Nissan

The lawsuit alleges that certain 2013-2014 Nissan Pathfinder vehicles and 2013-2014 Nissan Infiniti JX35/QX60 vehicles with FK-*k2 continuously variable transmission are defective.  Consumers who purchased or leased these models may be eligible for warranty extension.  Former owners with two or more transmission repairs or replacements may be eligible for pre-negotiated pricing under Nissan and Infiniti Vehicle Purchase Program (“VPP Pricing”) for a purchase or lease of one new Nissan or Infiniti Vehicle. Deadline for VPP Pricing is March 15, 2018.

Final Approval Hearing is Jun. 21, 2017

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Tags/Keywords

auto, product defects

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NetSpend (Prepaid cards) »

Defendant: NetSpend
Source: https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2017/03/netspend-settles-ftc-charges

NetSpend agreed to a $53 million settlement over allegations that NetSpend deceptively marketed “immediate access” and “guaranteed approval” of the prepaid cards.

Learn More.

Tags/Keywords

financial services, false advertising

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Ford (Exhaust) »

Defendant: Ford

Alleges that 2011-2015 Ford Explorer vehicles are defectively designed, allowing exhaust odor to enter into the vehicle. Consumers who purchased or leased those models may be eligible for reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses (maximum of $500).

Final Fairness Hearing Jun. 14, 2017.

 

Learn More.

Tags/Keywords

auto, product defects

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