Class Action Spotlight (Week Ending June 23, 2023)

Financial Recovery Strategies keeps up to date on the latest in class action developments.  Here is a recap of some of the latest key developments.

Apple, Amazon must face consumer lawsuit over iPhone, iPad prices, US judge rules

June 9 (Reuters) – Apple (AAPL.O) and (AMZN.O) must face a consumer antitrust lawsuit in U.S. court accusing them of conspiring to artificially inflate the price of iPhones and iPads sold on Amazon’s platform, a federal judge in Seattle ruled on Thursday. (Read full article)

Michigan secures $338M settlement from Walgreens in opioid lawsuit

The state of Michigan asserted in a lawsuit against Walgreens that the company failed to monitor and prevent suspicious opioid orders from being dispensed. Although Walgreens denies any wrongdoing, the company has agreed to settle for $338 million to be paid out to Michigan over the next two decades, the Michigan Attorney General’s office announced Monday. (Read full article)

How you can claim part of the $23 million Google privacy settlement

Google has just agreed to a $23 million settlement after it was found that the tech giant shared searches with third-party websites and companies without explicit user authorization or explicit user agreement. (Read full article)

Home Depot to pay $72.5 million to settle California wage class action

June 23 (Reuters) – Home Depot (HD.N) has agreed to pay $72.5 million to end a long-running class-action lawsuit alleging the largest U.S. home improvement retailer underpaid workers in California. (Read full article)

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