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Wahlburgers pickles class action settlement

The class action lawsuit alleges that the labels "fresh," "all natural," and "no preservatives" on Wahlburgers Pickles were deceptive because the products actually contained sodium benzoate. Wahlburgers denies any wrongdoing or liability but has agreed to settle the lawsuit for $2 million.
Under the settlement terms, class members can receive $2 for each purchased product without needing to show proof of purchase, with a maximum claim of $12 for up to six products. Those who can provide proof of purchase can claim reimbursement for all products purchased.
Visit the Settlement's Important Documents page for more information, as well as the FAQs page , notably Items 8 through 12, for more details on the settlement benefits that Class Members can claim.

$2 to $12+No

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Porsche Communication Management System Class Action Settlement

A settlement has been reached in a class action case concerning certain Porsche infotainment systems (PCM 3.1 with XM satellite antenna) that experienced rebooting issues on or after May 20, 2020. Porsche maintains it did nothing wrong. The settlement aims to avoid a trial and compensate class members promptly. Eligible participants can receive reimbursement for expenses related to addressing PCM reboots, such as repairs, battery replacements, towing, and alternate transportation costs, up to $7,500. Alternatively, if you dealt with the rebooting problem but didn't incur expenses or lack documentation, you can choose between a $25 payment or a $50 credit at a Porsche dealership.
Certain Porsche models have a PCM 3.1 infotainment system, including the Panamera (2010-2016), Cayenne (2011-2016), 911 Carrera (2012-2016), Boxster (2012-2016), Cayman (2012-2016), and Macan (2015-2016), provided they also have an XM satellite radio antenna installed.
To check if your vehicle qualifies for the settlement, you can find your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) located on the driver's side dashboard or door post, as well as on your registration and insurance cards. Enter your VIN in the respective field on the given Settlement website. Click the blue "Look Up VIN" button to proceed.

Up to $7,500Yes

Wiseman Park, LLC v. Southern Wine and Spirits of America, Inc.

Plaintiff, a company that owned a restaurant and was a client of Southern, filed a lawsuit accusing Southern of breaking California liquor laws by imposing a late payment fee of 2% per month instead of the required 1% per month. Representing Plaintiff are attorneys Robert Green from Green & Noblin, P.C., and Matthew Hess from the Law Office of Matthew Hess.
Southern denies any wrongdoing and insists it followed all applicable laws. Currently, the court has not decided who is right in this matter. In the meantime, both Plaintiff and Southern hired a neutral mediator to try and settle the case outside of court to avoid the costs and time involved in a full legal process. Their negotiations were successful, resulting in a detailed settlement agreement ("Agreement"). Plaintiff and Southern agreed to ask the court to approve this settlement, which includes Southern paying a sum they believe fairly compensates for the claims made, forgiving any outstanding late charges, revising future contracts to limit such charges, and overall benefiting the members of the class affected by these issues. The court has preliminarily approved this proposed settlement as fair and reasonable and has scheduled a hearing for final approval.
Visit the Settlement's Important Documents page for more information, as well as the FAQs page , notably Items 3 through 5, for more details on the settlement benefits that Class Members can claim.

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Phillips et al. v Bay Bridge Administrators, LLC
Phillips et al. v Bay Bridge Administrators, LLC

A class action lawsuit revolves around a data security breach that occurred in September 2022 involving Bay Bridge Administrators, LLC ("Bay Bridge" or the "Defendant"). It was discovered that an unauthorized third party potentially accessed specific files on Bay Bridge’s network, containing sensitive personal details of employees from Bay Bridge customers. This compromised information includes names, dates of birth, Social Security Numbers, driver’s license or state ID numbers, medical, and health information. Bay Bridge, while denying any misconduct or liability, has opted to settle the lawsuit on behalf of the entire class affected. Visit the Settlement's Case Documents page for more information, as well as the FAQs page , notably Items #7 through 11, for more details on the settlement benefits that Class Members can claim.

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Toyota Rav4 battery class action settlement

Plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit alleged that Toyota knowingly sold Rav4 SUVs with defective battery terminals, placing the financial burden of replacements and repairs on drivers. These faulty terminals were blamed for causing power loss, vehicle stalling, and instances of engine compartment fires. Toyota has agreed to settle claims that certain Rav4 SUVs were equipped with faulty batteries, potentially leading to power loss or fires, but without admitting any wrongdoing. The settlement involves an undisclosed financial payment. As part of the settlement terms, affected drivers are eligible for a complimentary battery inspection and reimbursement for expenses incurred due to issues with battery replacements and repairs caused by specific thermal vents. The settlement also includes an inspection program to ensure that the batteries in class member vehicles are of the correct size. If any securing components are found damaged or missing during these inspections, they will be replaced at no cost. Additionally, there is a reimbursement program offering up to $75 for past battery purchases. Those who received a $32 discount under Consumer Advisory 21TG01 can claim $43, while those who did not receive the discount or purchased a battery from a Toyota dealer after a specified date can claim up to $75. Reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses related to thermal events will also be available, with amounts varying based on documented costs incurred. Visit the Settlement's Important Documents page for more information, as well as the FAQs page , notably Items #9 through 16, for more details on the settlement benefits that Class Members can claim.

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In Re: Seresto Flea and Tick Collar Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability Litigation
In Re: Seresto Flea and Tick Collar Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability Litigation

You are included in this Settlement if you purchased one or more units of any Seresto Product on or before July 8, 2024. Visit the Settlement's FAQs and Important Documents sections for more information. In particular, you may also review “The Settlement Benefits” on the FAQs page, Item #8 , for more details on the settlement benefits that Class Members can claim.

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Costco Flushable Wipes Settlement

The lawsuit involves Kirkland Signature Moist Flushable Wipes (i.e., the “Product”), notably the contestable nature of the product labeled as “flushable”. The lawsuit asserts that the price of the Product would have been lower if Costco had not engaged in the labeling, marketing, and advertising as reported by the Plaintiff, Dr. Kurtz. The Plaintiff seeks to recover the dollar amount of the price premium related to the alleged misrepresentations as well as claims for property damage that the Plaintiff alleges to have incurred due to using Costco’s flushable wipes. The Court has not determined who is right; however, the Parties have agreed to a settlement to avoid the uncertainties and expenses associated with ongoing litigation. Visit the Settlement's FAQs and Important Documents sections for more information. You may also review this document, notably page 4, Subsection headlined, “What Can I Get In The Settlement?” for more details on the settlement benefits that Class Members can claim.

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Earth Rated Poop Bag Class Action Settlement

Plaintiffs Meganne Natale and Chelsea Cheng (collectively, the “Class Representatives”) allege that they were misled by 9199-4467 Quebec Inc. d/b/a Earth Rated (“Earth Rated”) into believing that their Product, Earth Rated Certified Compostable Poop Bags (the “Certified Compostable Poop Bags”) were “compostable.” Earth Rated deny all accusations of wrongdoing. The Court has not determined who is right; however, the Parties have agreed to a settlement to avoid the uncertainties and expenses associated with ongoing litigation.
You are included in this Settlement if you purchased one or more units of Certified Compostable Poop Bags between October 28, 2015, and June 13, 2024, and are thus eligible to receive a payment from the Settlement Fund of $2.00 per unit of Certified Compostable Poop Bag purchased, up to $6.00 if you are without proof of purchase, and $2.00 per unit of Certified Compostable Poop Bag purchased, subject to no cap if you have proof of purchase.
Visit the Settlement's FAQs and Important Documents sections for more information.
You may also review this document, notably page 3, Items #7-9 , for more details on the settlement benefits that Class Members can claim.

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Garcinia Class Action Litigation Settlement
Garcinia Class Action Litigation Settlement

The Defendant, Sports Research Corporation (“Sports Research”), allegedly misled consumers because they labeled their Garcinia Cambogia Product claiming “weight management,” “appetite suppression” and/or “appetite control” even if they cannot actually provide said benefits. The Defendant denies the lawsuit’s allegations and any malpractice, but they have agreed to a settlement to lay the claims to rest and avoid litigation costs. In exchange for a waiver and release of their claims, the participating class members will be provided with monetary relief, as detailed below. If you take part in the Settlement, you waive and release any claims against Sports Research regarding the labeling and marketing of the Product. Visit the Settlement's FAQs and Documents sections for more details.

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Phillips et al. v Bay Bridge Administrators, LLC
Phillips et al. v Bay Bridge Administrators, LLC

A class action lawsuit revolves around a data security breach that occurred in September 2022 involving Bay Bridge Administrators, LLC ("Bay Bridge" or the "Defendant"). It was discovered that an unauthorized third party potentially accessed specific files on Bay Bridge’s network, containing sensitive personal details of employees from Bay Bridge customers. This compromised information includes names, dates of birth, Social Security Numbers, driver’s license or state ID numbers, medical, and health information. Bay Bridge, while denying any misconduct or liability, has opted to settle the lawsuit on behalf of the entire class affected. Visit the Settlement's Case Documents page for more information, as well as the FAQs page , notably Items #7 through 11, for more details on the settlement benefits that Class Members can claim.

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In Re: Seresto Flea and Tick Collar Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability Litigation
In Re: Seresto Flea and Tick Collar Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability Litigation

You are included in this Settlement if you purchased one or more units of any Seresto Product on or before July 8, 2024. Visit the Settlement's FAQs and Important Documents sections for more information. In particular, you may also review “The Settlement Benefits” on the FAQs page, Item #8 , for more details on the settlement benefits that Class Members can claim.

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