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Microsoft Class Action Says Xbox Live Gold Subscriptions Suspended Without Reason An Illinois gamer is suing Microsoft claiming the tech giant violated consumer protection laws by suspending accounts of Xbox Live Gold Members without warning and then refusing to credit subscribers for the time service was suspended.
Disney, Pixar, Lucasfilm Settle Animation Workers' Antitrust Litigation for $100M The Walt Disney Company, Pixar, and Lucasfilm have reached a $100 million settlement in a class action lawsuit filed by animation and visual effects workers claiming the companies violated antitrust laws by conspiring to suppress wages via non-poaching agreements.
New Balance Class Action Says Shoes Falsely Advertised as 'Made in the USA' Three Southern California consumers have filed a proposed class action lawsuit against New Balance, challenging the company’s claim that its tennis shoes are completely Made in the USA. New Balance admits that it has a common policy of advertising its shoes are Made in the USA even when up ...
Secret Service to Pay $24M to Settle Racial Discrimination Class Action The federal government has agreed to pay $24 million to settle a long-running racial discrimination case accusing the Secret Service of discriminating against African-American agents. The settlement brings a close to a contentious nearly 17-year legal battle brought by black agents who deemed ...
Edible Arrangements' Text Messages Violate Federal Law Edible Arrangements International LLC is facing a class action lawsuit that alleges the company’s practice of sending commercial text messages to consumers who have said they don’t want to receive such messages violates the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.