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Shedding Unwanted Pounds and Class Actions: Jenny Craig Settles TCPA Suit for $3 Million

Last month, a Florida district court granted preliminary approval of a $3 million class action settlement brought on behalf of recipients of unwanted Jenny Craig marketing text messages. The lead plaintiff, Zoey Bloom, alleges in her complaint that Jenny Craig … Continue reading

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Cybersquatters – How to protect your brand from unwanted ‘guests’ online

The internet is now the normal conduit for everyday personal, commercial and social transactions. It is more important than ever to ensure that your consumers know where to find your business online, and that no third parties are seeking to … Continue reading

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“Check your Comcast bill for unwanted fees,” new consumer alert says

(credit: Mike Mozart) Comcast customers in Washington state should check their bills for unwanted charges, State Attorney General Bob Ferguson said in a consumer alert issued this week. Ferguson filed a $100 million lawsuit against Comcast in August 2016, accusing … Continue reading

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Lawsuit for Unwanted Treatment Will Proceed

A few weeks ago, I wrote about a new case filed by a Colorado prisoner who was resuscitated against his wishes. The plaintiff in a similar case, also pending in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, has … Continue reading

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California Ruling Assists Plaintiffs In Class Action Over Unwanted Cell Phone Calls

Gutierrez v. Barclays Group is a class action filed in federal court in the Southern District of California under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (47 U.S.C. § 227). The plaintiffs, a husband and wife, failed to pay their credit card … Continue reading

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