A $75 million settlement has been reached to resolve claims that JPMorgan mismanaged employee 401(k) investments.
Current and former Anthem 401(k) plan participants and beneficiaries have secured a $23.65 million class action settlement agreement ending claims that the company charged excessive fees.
Capital One has agreed to pay $10.5 million to resolve claims that they violated the terms of bankruptcy discharges in relation to consumer credit card accounts.
A $10.75 million Cox robocall class action settlement will resolve claims that the cable television provider placed automated calls to consumers without their consent.
Welspun has agreed to pay up to $36 million to consumers who purchased bed linens, comforters, towels, or pillowcases labeled as either being “Egyptian Cotton” or “Pima Cotton”.
Wells Fargo has agreed to pay nearly $18 million to resolve claims that they called and texted consumers without their consent in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
A $117 million settlement will resolve a Yahoo class action lawsuit over multiple data breaches affecting billions of users.
With settlement beginnings in a consolidated airline ticket price-fixing class action lawsuit, eligible consumers can register online with the administrator for more information.
A settlement website has recently been established for Class Members in the Visa, Mastercard swipe fee class action lawsuit, estimated to be between $5.54 billion and $6.24 billion.
A website has been established to inform Class Members of their rights under a $700 million Equifax data breach class action settlement.
Women who receive breast implants may have a higher risk of developing anaplastic large cell lymphoma. Lawsuits are now being filed against the manufacturers.
Volkswagen owners have sued VW because the high-performance, low-emissions cars they were promised may actually pollute at illegal levels.