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Class action filed against Intel alleging processor defects affecting security

Posted on: January 11th, 2018 by Steve Larson

A class action has been filed in California, January 3, 2018, less than 24 hours after Intel Corp. announced that patches to fix an alleged security defect in its chips could result in potential performance-slowing in its chips. The complaint alleges that Intel isn’t making customers whole with the patch because they’re getting a slower system than they bargained for.

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Class action filed against Apple for slowing down older iPhones

Posted on: January 2nd, 2018 by Steve Larson

A class action lawsuit has been filed in California federal court against Apple after the company admitted it slows down old iPhones with older batteries. The suit was filed shortly after Apple justified its practice of slowing down older phones, saying it does so “to protect its electronic components” as their batteries age and become less potent.

The lawsuit is claiming damages because of “economic damages and other harm” suffered. The complaint seeks to cover anyone in the United States with an iPhone older than Apple’s new iPhone 8 model.

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Advertising age discrimination class action filed against T-Mobile, Amazon, and many others

Posted on: December 28th, 2017 by Steve Larson

A proposed class action complaint filed in California federal court on December 20, 2017, alleges that T-Mobile, Amazon, and hundreds of other companies are discriminating against older workers by limiting the audience for their Facebook advertisements to only reach younger users. The Communications Workers of America alleged on behalf of a proposed class of older workers that companies, at Facebook Inc.’s prompting, are limiting the audience that sees their want ads to audiences under the age of 40, or setting other upper-end age limitations that would stop older workers from ever even seeing the recruitment advertisements, according to the suit.

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Six women file class action against Harvey Weinstein and his studio

Posted on: December 19th, 2017 by Steve Larson

Harvey Weinstein and the studio he co-founded have been named in a class action lawsuit filed by six women. The class action seeks to represent hundreds of women allegedly sexually assaulted or harassed by the movie mogul during his decades in Hollywood.

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New poll finds a large majority of Americans back new regulations and class actions after Equifax data breach

Posted on: October 11th, 2017 by Steve Larson

A poll conducted by Morning Consult found that after the Equifax Data Breach, 68% of Americans would join a class action against Equifax. Here is a link to the article.

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Petco settles assistant manager overtime class action

Posted on: September 20th, 2017 by Steve Larson

Assistant Managers for Petco Animal Supplies Inc. have reached an $8 million settlement of a wage-and-hour class action alleging it failed to pay assistant store managers for overtime. Under the terms of the settlement, the 900 class members will receive nearly $9,000 each.

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