Top 10 Class Action Lawsuits – August/September 2017

  1. SONY – The class action lawsuit claims and alleges that Sony sold Mobile Devices that were deceptively advertised as “waterproof.” The lawsuit pursues claims for violations of various state consumer protection statutes, among other claims. Submit your claim here.
  2. BEBE – Plaintiffs Melita Meyer, Samantha Rodriguez and Courtney Barrett (the “Representative Plaintiffs”) filed a lawsuit against bebe on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated. Their complaint alleges that bebe sent SMS or text messages without the required consent to send such messages. Submit your claim here.
  3. CARIBOU – The lawsuit alleges that Caribou Coffee Company, Inc., sent text messages to Plaintiff’s wireless telephone number without prior express written consent and in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, 47 U.S.C. § 227 (“TCPA”), and seeks statutory damages under the TCPA on behalf of the named Plaintiff and a class of all individuals in the United States who received one or more unsolicited text messages from or on behalf of Caribou Coffee Company, Inc., between May 5, 2012, and July 28, 2017. Submit your claim here.
  4. JASON NATURAL PRODUCTS – The Lawsuit alleges that Hain Celestial and Jason Natural Products falsely advertised that JASON Natural Product Long & Strong Jojoba Pure Natural Shampoo, JASON Volumizing Lavender Shampoo, JASON Normalizing Tea Tree Treatment Shampoo, JASON Dandruff Relief 2 in 1 Treatment Shampoo & Conditioner, and JASON Smoothing Coconut Body Wash (the “Products”) did not contain the chemical sodium lauryl sulfate (“SLS”). Submit your claim here.
  5. KONG TECHNOLOGIES – This lawsuit involves several coordinated cases brought against several companies that developed apps for Apple iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch), and alleges that certain versions of the Foodspotting, Foursquare, Gowalla, Instagram, Kik, Path, Twitter, and Yelp apps obtained contact data from users’ iOS devices in violation of user’s privacy rights, and that Apple aided and abetted that conduct. Submit your claim here.
  6. NATUREMADE – The lawsuit claims that the labeling and packaging of products containing glucosamine and/or chondroitin made by Pharmavite LLC, including TripleFlex and products made for BJ’s by Pharmavite (specifically listed in Question 5, below), contain false, deceptive, and misleading statements. The lawsuit does not claim that these products are unsafe, and makes no claims about the safety of the products. Submit claim here.
  7. CARNIVAL CRUISES – The class action lawsuit claims that RMG made pre-recorded telemarketing calls to landlines and cell phones offering free cruises with Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian as promotions and that these calls violated the TCPA. The lawsuit alleges that Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian authorized RMG to make these calls on their behalf. Submit your claim here.
  8. ASHLEY MADISON – In June 2015, Avid announced that it has experienced an intrusion of its computer network by an unauthorized person or persons who subsequently publicly released personal information of Avid customers. The Action was filed after Avid’s announcement of the Data Breach. In the Action, Plaintiffs allege violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act; violation of the Federal Stored Communications Act; negligence; negligence per se; breach of implied contract; breach of contract; unjust enrichment; negligent misrepresentation; violation of state consumer fraud and protection statutes; violation of the California Customer Records Act; and violation of state data breach notice statutes. Submit your claim here.
  9. NEIMAN MARCUS – From July 16, 2013 to January 10, 2014, approximately 2,187,773 different Payment Card accounts were used at NMG Stores. Out of these approximately 2,187,773 different Payment Card accounts, approximately 370,385 Payment Card accounts were used at an NMG Store during a time when the Malware was operating in that store. The remaining approximately 1,817,388 Payment Card accounts were not exposed to the Malware at any time and were not compromised as a result of the Cybersecurity Incident. Submit your claim here.
  10. POSTMATES – Plaintiffs allege that Postmates violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) in two ways. First, Plaintiffs allege that Postmates failed to provide proper legally required disclosures to individuals who signed up to be couriers utilizing Postmates’ platform prior to obtaining consumer reports on them. Second, Plaintiffs allege that Postmates failed to provide individuals who signed up to be couriers utilizing Postmates’ platform with a copy of their consumer reports and a notice of their rights before allegedly taking adverse action against them. Plaintiffs allege that Postmates procured and used these consumer reports for “employment purposes.” Submit your claim here.