1. INSTAFLEX GLUCOSAMINE – Direct Digital, LLC (“ Direct Digital” or the “Defendant”) manufactures and sells a glucosamine sulfate joint support supplement called Instaflex Joint Support (“Instaflex”). Submit your claim here.
  2. AMAZON – Amazon didn’t require a password for in-app purchases, which allowed children to spend hundreds of dollars playing “free” games by buying virtual goods—like coins, stars, and pet food—without their parents’ permission. A federal court found Amazon liable for these charges and ordered the company to provide refunds. Submit your claim here.
  3. STAPLES – Plaintiff Neil Torczyner (the “Representative Plaintiff”) filed a lawsuit against Staples on behalf of himself and all others similarly situated. The lawsuit alleges that Staples engaged in unfair and deceptive business practices by not adequately disclosing that it utilized pro rata coupon accounting when it calculated Staples Rewards earnings in transactions involving product-specific coupons. Submit your claim here.
  4. REAL TIME RESOLUTIONS – The claims in this case were brought by a former Stingray employee who alleges that he was entitled under federal and Ohio law to unpaid overtime compensation for those weeks in which he worked more than 40 hours. He also alleges that Stingray was required to keep records of his hours worked but failed to do so. Ten other former Stingray employees have joined the case to date. Submit your claim here.
  5. FLUSHMATE – In June 2012 and January 2014, Flushmate and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission jointly announced a voluntary recall of Flushmate Systems manufactured from October 14, 1997 through June 30, 2009. The lawsuit, United Desert Charities, et. al. v. Sloan Valve Company, et. al., No. 12-cv-06878 (“UDC Action”), was filed following the June 2012 recall announcement. The voluntary recall was expanded on July 14, 2016 to include Flushmate Systems manufactured from July 1, 2009 through April 30, 2011. The lawsuit, Mergens v. Sloan Valve Company, No. 16-cv-05255 (“Mergens Action”), was filed following the July 2016 expanded recall announcement. Some Flushmate III Systems manufactured between October 14, 1997 and April 30, 2011 may leak and/or burst at or near the weld seam of the Flushmate System’s vessel, releasing stored pressure. If the Flushmate System bursts, it can lift the toilet fixture’s porcelain tank lid and shatter the lid and/or the toilet’s tank, posing impact or laceration hazards and property damage. Submit your claim here.
  6. REAL HAM BONE FOR DOGS – This lawsuit is about Defendants’ allegedly false and deceptive marketing of the Real Ham Bone For Dogs product, which has been sold nationwide through retail stores and online. Plaintiffs allege that Defendants misrepresented the product as safe, when the product was prone to splinter into needle- like shards and cause significant physical injury when chewed by dogs. Defendants deny all of these allegations, deny any liability in the case, and contend that the dogs should not have been left unsupervised to eat the bones rather than simply chew them. Submit claim here.
  7. PATRIOT PAYMENT BANKCARD – The lawsuit alleges that, on or after February 27, 2011, Defendants violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) by making calls to cellular telephones through the use of an automatic telephone dialing system or an artificial or prerecorded voice and to telephone numbers that were listed on the National Do-Not-Call Registry. Submit your claim here.
  8. WELLS FARGO STUDENT LOAN – The Class Representatives filed this Action alleging that Wells Fargo violated the TCPA by using an automatic telephone dialing system and/or an artificial or prerecorded voice to call or text cell phones without the prior express consent of the recipients. Submit your claim here.
  9. JOE’S JEANS – The Actions allege that Defendants violated California law by improperly labeling and selling Joe’s and Hudson products as “Made in USA” when doing so was prohibited by a California false advertising statute that requires that if any foreign-made component is part of a product that is otherwise designed, produced and assembled in the U.S., that product cannot be labeled as “Made In USA.” Submit your claim here.
  10. REVLON – A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit alleging that Revlon’s advertising and sale of cream makeup, concealer and powder under the name “DNA Advantage” is false or misleading. Revlon denies all the plaintiffs’ allegations and is entering into this settlement to avoid burdensome and costly litigation. The settlement is not an admission of wrongdoing. Submit your claim here.