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Zamber v. American Airlines, Inc.
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February 11, 2020
Reversing a magistrate judge's order, a Florida federal judge on Monday granted American Airlines' bid to transfer to Texas a traveler's putative class action accusing the airline of taking illegal kickbacks on trip insurance sales, saying "unique circumstances" warranted transferring the case late in litigation.
October 22, 2019
An air traveler urged a Florida federal magistrate Tuesday to back certification of his proposed class action against American Airlines, arguing the carrier made "common misrepresentations to the entire class" by allegedly receiving illegal kickbacks of a much as 50% for the sale of trip insurance on its website.
July 17, 2019
An air traveler asked a Florida federal judge to certify a class accusing American Airlines of taking illegal kickbacks in exchange for selling trip insurance to consumers and to appoint León Cosgrove LLP as class counsel.
September 18, 2018
American Airlines Inc. has reached an agreement in principal for a class settlement in a suit over its relationship with a third-party travel insurance agency, and JetBlue Airways Corp. and Delta Air Lines Inc. now also face similar suits, according to federal court records.
September 04, 2018
American Airlines Inc. asked a Florida federal court on Friday to deny a customer's request for a partial win in a proposed class action over the airline's relationship with a third-party travel insurance agency, arguing that the motion "fails badly" and underscores that the customer can't prove the claims in his complaint.
July 27, 2018
An American Airlines customer has asked a Florida federal judge to grant a partial win in a proposed class action over the airline's relationship with a third-party travel insurance agency, saying the evidence was clear that American illegally received a commission for selling the insurance plans.
February 13, 2017
A Florida federal judge agreed Monday to refer to a magistrate judge American Airlines' request to pause discovery in a proposed class action claiming it duped consumers into thinking it had no financial interest in third-party travel insurance policies, as well as the airline's bid to toss the action.
November 08, 2016
American Airlines Inc. urged a Florida federal judge Monday to toss a proposed class action claiming it deceived consumers by not disclosing it profits on its sales of third-party trip insurance policies, saying the suit fails to state an actual injury and is barred by the Airline Deregulation Act.