William Tell is Back: Class Action Arrows Target the Bullseye on the Apple

Mobile wallet monopoly, exploding iPhone batteries, and broken butterfly keyboards, oh my! Tech-giant Apple made headlines continually last month as it was named in several class action lawsuits for a variety of reasons. While Apple is no stranger to class actions, this was a particularly busy summer. Apple Pay Monopoly Affinity Credit Union accused Apple […]

 
Litigation Trends to Watch in 2022

Due to continued lockdowns and court closures, the COVID-19 pandemic stalled trials and created an immense backlog that lawyers, judges, and law firms are still wading through this summer. What else has changed in the litigation landscape throughout the first half of 2022? Litigation in High Demand Last year saw a notable increase in litigation […]

 
NutriBullet to Pay $10 Million Settlement to Resolve Claims Related to Overheating Blenders

NutriBullet blenders are known for being powerful – so powerful, in fact, that the pressure build-up from their swiftly-moving blades can cause dangerous overheating, according to a class action lawsuit filed in November 2017. This overheating can allegedly lead to bursting canisters and flying blades, as pressure has no way of escaping. Plaintiffs allege that […]