Top 10 Class Action Lawsuits – Summer 2016

  1. MARLBORO LIGHTS – Plaintiffs brought this class action lawsuit against Philip Morris USA in 1998, claiming that Philip Morris violated the Massachusetts consumer protection law by falsely representing that Marlboro Lights were less harmful and delivered lower tar and nicotine than Regular Marlboros, when that was not the case. Submit your claim here.
  2. GODIVA CHOCOLATIER – Godiva Chocolatier Inc. has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit that alleges the company violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act by printing more than the last five digits of credit and debit card numbers on receipts. Submit your claim here.
  3. TRESEMME NATURALS– If approved, this TRESemmé class action settlement will resolve allegations Unilever falsely labeled some of its hair care products “TRESemmé Naturals” even though they contain synthetic ingredients. Submit your claim here.
  4. VITAMIN SHOPPE – On August 19, 2015, Plaintiff filed this Action on behalf of herself and all others similarly situated alleging that she relied on allegedly false and misleading statements on labeling and in advertisements regarding the lawfulness, composition and ingredients of the Product, and that such statements violate state consumer protections laws. Submit your claim here.
  5. GARMIN FORERUNNER – The plaintiffs in this case are Andrea Katz and Joel Katz. They allege, on behalf of themselves and other similarly situated individuals, that they purchased and/or owned a Garmin Forerunner 610 watch, and that the watchband was defective. Submit your claim here.
  6. MERCEDES SPRINTER – Mercedes-Benz USA LLC has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit over allegations its Sprinter vans have an air conditioning defect that causes the roof to leak. Submit claim here.
  7. GREEN COFFEE BEAN EXTRACT – The FTC accused the defendants of deceptively claiming that the green coffee bean extract supplements could cause consumers to lose 17 pounds and 16 percent of their body fat in just 12 weeks without exercising or dieting. Submit your claim here.
  8. HIRERIGHT – According to the plaintiffs, HireRight “routinely and systematically” violates federal law by including information on background checks that negatively impacts eligibility for employment without providing a “full” copy to the consumer. Submit your claim here.
  9. iHEARTMEDIA – This lawsuit alleges that iHeartMedia (or its radio stations) sent text messages advertising the goods and services of iHeartMedia’s marketing partners. Submit your claim here.
  10. ADDERALL – The lawsuit alleges that Shire U.S. Inc. and Shire LLC filed “sham patent litigations” against generic competitors of Adderall XR as well as a “sham Citizen Petition” with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration which resulted in both a delay and lessened availability of a cheaper version of the prescription drug. Submit your claim here.