Class Action Law News
Jessica Alba's Honest Company Now Under Fire for Organic Baby Formula
The Honest Company, which sells eco-friendly products, is facing a lawsuit over its organic infant formula and the ingredients that are in it.
Etiquette for Wedding Guests
ABC News' Nikki Battiste meets with etiquette expert Myka Meier to learn how to be the perfect wedding guest.
Donald Trump Will be Called to Testify in Trial About His 'University'
The New York attorney general suggests that Donald Trump may be taking the stand soon in a court case about the now-defunct Trump University . The news follows a New York court decision that the lawsuit filed by the attorney general against the former for-profit institution will proceed to trial,
Flint Residents File $220 Million Lawsuit Against EPA
Flint, Michigan, residents have filed a $220 million class-action lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency , claiming it was negligent in the toxic water crisis that contributed dangerous levels of lead to the city's water supply. An administrative complaint representing 513
ACLU: Two-Thirds of New Kansas Voter Registrations on Hold
The American Civil Liberties Union says a state election document shows voting rolls in Kansas are in 'chaos' because of the state's proof-of-citizenship requirements
Uber Settlement Could Provide More Clarity About Tipping Drivers
Uber 's recent class-action settlement includes a small proposed shift in the app's tipping policy that could lead to changes for both drivers and passengers. On Thursday, ride-sharing service Uber announced an up to $100 million settlement for class-action lawsuits in California and Massachusetts,
More Info Sought From Md. Women in Class -Action Lawsuit
More information sought from Maryland women who claim gynecologist secretly recorded them
After Uber's Lawsuit Settlements, What's Next For Drivers
Uber has settled class action lawsuits with drivers in two U.S. states, offering to pay up to $100 million and agreeing to a set of new protocols. The move ends these court cases, which could have drastically changed the company's business model. At issue was whether Uber drivers should be
Judge: 'Debtors' Prison' Lawsuit to Proceed in New Orleans
A federal judge has cleared the way for a trial in a lawsuit that claims New Orleans' criminal court functions as an unconstitutional "debtors' prison" for jailing people who cannot afford to pay court fees
Daimler Emissions Investigation Overshadows Earnings
German car, truck and bus maker Daimler rebuffed questions about an internal investigation into its emissions certifications as news of the probe sent shares lower Friday