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Latest News in Consumer Protection

  • May 25, 2017

    5th Circ. Remands Texas Credit Card Surcharge Case

    The Fifth Circuit on Thursday sent a case challenging a Texas law that bars retailers from imposing credit card surcharges back to a lower court following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that a similar statute in New York may have unconstitutionally restricted merchants’ free speech rights.

  • May 25, 2017

    Teva To Pay $1.6M To Resolve Calif. Counties' Opioid Suit

    Teva Pharmaceuticals Inc. will pay $1.6 million for substance abuse treatment to resolve a lawsuit brought in state court by two California counties over allegedly misleading marketing practices involving opioid painkillers, according to media reports Thursday.

  • May 25, 2017

    Judge Will OK Wells Fargo Class’ $142M Deal After Tweaks

    A California federal judge on Wednesday declared that he will approve a $142 million settlement in a class action between Wells Fargo and the owners of 3.5 million unauthorized bank accounts that were surreptitiously opened in their names, saying that certain changes need to be made to the settlement first.

  • May 25, 2017

    $1.75M Athletic Tape False Ad Settlement Pitched To Judge

    A proposed class of people who bought “kinesio tape” for sport injuries asked a Massachusetts federal judge Wednesday to preliminarily approve a proposed $1.75 million settlement with the tape manufacturer over alleged false claims on the products’ packaging and advertising.

  • May 25, 2017

    Staples Unit Strikes Data Breach Deal With CVS Customers

    A Staples Inc. unit that handled website operation and photo management for retailers such as Costco Wholesale Corp. and CVS Health Corp. reached a deal with customers who said they were damaged by a 2015 data breach, according to a motion in Georgia federal court on Thursday.

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