First off I have to say that I do not own a pair of LuLaRoe Leggings. I was invited to a friend's party was unable to attend. When the fashion craze first hit I heard how soft they were and a bit on the spendy side, but my friends were all buying them. Now, there is a class-action lawsuit in California against the company and I'm curious if women in the Northland agree.
I did not fully understand how this would work since I don't keep my grocery receipts. How do you prove that you purchased milk and/or dairy products while a resident of Wisconsin from the year 2003 until now? Sounds goofy doesn't it, but worth the few minutes it takes to give your information since you may be entitled to some cash. Oh, and they don't ask for receipts.
Patrick Snay was the former head of a private preparatory school in Miami. At the age of 69, his contract with Gulliver Preparatory School wasn't renewed, which led to a legal battle.
In November 2011, Snay and the school reached an agreement in which Snay would receive $10,000 in back pay and $80,000 as part of a settlement. The Gulliver schools also agreed to pay Snay's attorneys $60,000.
When you buy a product, you expect it to live up to the advertised claims - right? With all the talk about gas mileage and fuel economy these days, I expected something like this sooner. A California woman is taking Honda to task for her 2006 Civic not meeting the MPG claims...
A woman who says her autobiography was the inspiration for the popular ‘Sister Act’ movie and stage franchise is now suing Walt Disney Co. and Sony Pictures for breach of contract, misappropriation of likeness, unjust enrichment and other claims.
Norris Sydnor III needs clean fingers to count all the money he’s hoping to collect.
The Mitchellville, Maryland man is suing a nail salon for $200,000, claiming discrimination because it charges men $1 more than women for a manicure.