Google is facing a lawsuit headache after Utah also filed a lawsuit claiming the tech giant had engaged in antitrust practices with Facebook.
A Tennessee jury has ordered Cracker Barrel, a Southern fare restaurant chain, to pay $9.4 million in damages after staff served a customer hand sanitizer instead of water in 2014.
A federal judge should reject a sweeping settlement to thousands of lawsuits against OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, a group of states said at a hearing Tuesday, arguing that the protections it extends to members of the Sackler family who own the firm are improper.
Car rental company Hertz faces a lawsuit from over 100 customers who claim that police arrested them after the company falsely reported the rented vehicles as stolen.
Illinois woman is suing Kellogg's for an alleged lack of strawberries in its Pop-Tarts
The District of Columbia’s attorney general is seeking to hold Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg personally liable in a lawsuit stemming from the 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal, in what the district said was a novel legal action against the social-media giant.
Chick-fil-A is being accused of imposing "hidden delivery charges on its customers in addition to the low 'Delivery Fee' represented in its app and on its website."
A new report claims that Facebook permanently banned a developer who designed a tool that allowed people to essentially delete their Facebook news feeds.
A Los Angeles jury decided Tuesday that exposure to Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller was not a "substantial factor" in a 10-year-old boy developing cancer.
A partnership between Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen and one of the nation’s largest litigation firms, Motley Rice, was officially severed over its deep ties to the Democratic Party.
Pillow-like products made by Boppy have been linked to the deaths of seven infants in recent months according to a new report.
A federal bankruptcy judge has signed off on OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma's plan to settle billions in lawsuits over the opioid crisis.
A member of the Sackler family that owns OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma says the billionaires will not agree to a settlement unless it includes liability protections for the heirs against waves of lawsuits over the opioid crisis.
Bayer, trying to contain billions of dollars in legal costs, filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse an appeals court verdict that upheld damages to a customer blaming his cancer on the German group's glyphosate-based weedkillers.
The trustee overseeing the bankruptcy of the disastrous Fyre Festival has filed court papers seeking permission to start distributing the funds that have been recovered in the wake of the musical jamboree’s famous flameout in 2017.
In terms of the type of sexual assault allegations, the law firm claims that it ranges from inappropriate and sexual comments while passengers are locked in the car to kidnapping and rape.
Amazon.com is requesting that newly-minted Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Lina Khan be recused from any antitrust investigations of their company, citing her lengthy track record as a prominent critic of the online giant.
Six Flags Great America has settled a class-action lawsuit by agreeing to pay $36 million over the use of fingerprint scanners at its Illinois theme park.
With no announcement, the company recently changed its terms of service to allow customers to file lawsuits.
An ongoing lawsuit against Google by Arizona, which alleges that the tech behemoth would continue to collect location information even when users had turned tracking off, has revealed that some of Google’s own employees had concerns about the practice.