TJX Cos. Inc. and its Marshalls unit are the latest
From: mashed.com On October 28th, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported
From: sun-sentinel.com In a lawsuit filed in federal court in
From: bocanewsnow.com A woman who “winters” in Delray Beach but
Customers who purchased Keurig Green Mountain’s single-serving coffee pods in California over the past four years can sue the company in a class action that alleges Keurig misled them by falsely marketing the plastic pods as recyclable in most recycling facilities, a federal judge said on Monday.
On Aug. 27, Judge Kimberly Mueller rejected Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s motion to dismiss the claims of the California Chamber of Commerce. At issue is the placement of acrylamide on the state’s notorious Proposition 65 list.
Trevor Hopman is the lead plaintiff in a proposed class action that claims Starbucks was wrong to class store managers as exempt from overtime pay for work in excess of 44 hours per week.
On July 31, 2020, Plaintiff, on behalf of a proposed class of consumers, filed a class-action lawsuit against Defendant Kraft Heinz Company alleging that Defendant had falsely and deceptively advertised its Maxwell House ground coffee products by “grossly” exaggerating the number of cups of coffee that could be made from them.
Bikini Beans Coffee, a Valley coffee shop chain owned by Ben and Regina Lyles, is being sued under both state and federal law for allegedly failing to pay employees properly.
On April 2, 2020, Luckin announced that it was suspending its Chief Operating Officer and several other employees for misconduct related to the fabrication of sales or transactions. In a press release, Lucking announced that it was forming a special committee of the Board of Directors to oversee an internal investigation into certain issues raised to the Board’s attention during the audit of the consolidated financial statements for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2019.