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  • January 20, 2017

    Jimmy Choo To Pay $2.5M To Settle Receipt Data Privacy Row

    Luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo has agreed to fork over $2.5 million to settle a proposed class action accusing it of putting consumers at risk of identity theft by printing sensitive data on credit card receipts, according to documents filed in Florida federal court Friday.

  • January 20, 2017

    Costco Secures Workers' Class Decertification At 9th Circ.

    A class of workers in a long-running labor law violation case against Costco Wholesale Corp. was rightfully decertified because their circumstances around any allegedly unpaid work varied too much to be litigated together, a Ninth Circuit panel said on Friday.

  • January 20, 2017

    FCRA Violation Props Up Horizon Breach Row, 3rd Circ. Says

    The Third Circuit on Friday revived a putative class action over a data breach at Horizon Healthcare, ruling in a published opinion that plaintiffs did not have to allege that their information had been misused but instead could rely on purported violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act to establish standing. 

  • January 20, 2017

    Calif. Court Affirms BofA Win, Reverses Fees In Bias Row

    A California appeals court affirmed on Friday a lower court’s decision giving Bank of America Corp. an early win in a consolidated class action alleging the bank terminated its debt collection employees based on their race, but reversed an order that awarded the bank $620,000 in attorneys' fees.

  • January 20, 2017

    Home Depot Escapes Whirlpool Energy Star Label Row

    A New York federal judge on Thursday freed Home Depot from a lawsuit attempting to hold the company liable, as Whirlpool's agent, for selling washing machines that Whirlpool allegedly falsely labeled as energy-efficient, ultimately ruling any breach of warranty claims are not Home Depot’s fight.

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