Tag Archives: Class Action

SoulCycle Settles Gift Card Lawsuit For Up To $9.2 Million

Popular indoor cycling company SoulCycle Inc. recently settled a nationwide putative class action in an agreement valued between $6.9 million and $9.2 million. The suit alleged that SoulCycle defrauded customers by selling gift certificates with expiration dates (and keeping the expiring, unused balances), in violation of state and Federal law. According to the complaint, SoulCycle … Continue Reading

Caffeine Crash: Court Denies Class Certification for Consumers Contesting Caffeine Content

A United States district court recently tossed a certification bid by a putative class of consumers who alleged that popular energy-shot, 5-Hour Energy, deceptively marketed its effectiveness. The action arises out of what appears to be a unique take on a traditional “slack fill” claim—that is, a case where the core allegation is that a … Continue Reading

Customers Sue Darden Restaurants Over Information on Receipts

A class action lawsuit was recently filed against Darden Restaurants, Inc. (“Darden”), alleging that Darden violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (“FACTA”). Specifically, the plaintiffs alleged that Darden, which includes Olive Garden among its restaurant chains, violated FACTA by printing the full expiration date on credit card receipts, allowing potential identity thieves to … Continue Reading

Consumer Protection Class Action Lawsuit Over “Free” Candy Crush Plays Will Proceed

A class action lawsuit against the developer of Candy Crush will continue in Illinois federal court. According to the complaint, Candy Crush, a popular mobile game, entices users into sharing the game with Facebook friends in exchange for free “lives” (or plays) only to have those lives promptly deleted.  The plaintiffs allege that the lives … Continue Reading

Athletic Tape Manufacturer Settles False Advertising Litigation for $1.75 Million

A class action lawsuit recently settled with KT Health LLC and KT Health Holdings LLC (“KT Health”). The plaintiffs alleged that certain advertising claims regarding KT Health’s KT Tape (kinesiology tape) was false and deceptive. Specifically, the plaintiffs alleged that KT Health claimed that its KT Tape “can be used for hundreds of common injuries” … Continue Reading

New York Marathon Settles Illegal Lottery Litigation

Last week, the New York Road Runners (“NYRR”) settled a class action lawsuit regarding their famed New York City Marathon and other New York-area races. The class action lawsuit was filed in March 2016, alleging that NYRR charged prospective runners a non-refundable processing fee of up to $11, whereby the entrants had a chance to … Continue Reading

Israel’s Anti-Spam Legislation with a Kick – This Could Cost You!!

This post was written by Benjamin Waltuch, Adv. Worldwide Anti-Spam legislation is now more than six years old. However, the amount of spam that we all receive daily continues to grow despite the installation of spam blocking software. The Israeli Knesset has approved an “Opt-In” anti spam statute in its communication law which was modeled after … Continue Reading
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