A new class action lawsuit filed in California federal court accuses Panera Bread of false advertising based on a campaign promoting the fast-casual restaurant chain as a place to “eat clean.”
Are “store closing” signs misleading advertising?
Considering the defendant’s use of the plaintiff’s trademarks in hashtags and other social media posts, a California federal court granted a preliminary injunction to halt the use.
Seeking to increase the transparency of the rules for determining control of a banking organization, the Federal Reserve Board of Governors (Board) asked for public comment on a new proposal.
The U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit has ruled that an online tribal lender must comply with state interest rate and licensing laws, allowing a pair of borrowers to move forward with their suit against tribal officials.
Reminding financial institutions that a multitude of enforcers are at their doorstep, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced a $3 million deal with an online lender.
Ruling on an amended complaint, a Washington federal court refused to dismiss a securities class action alleging that Zillow’s co-marketing program violated the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA).
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB or Bureau) recently issued several pronouncements addressing its rules.
In striking down a portion of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) as unconstitutional, the Fourth Circuit opened the door for more litigation against debt collectors.
Siding with the government, a California appellate panel held that section 17501 of the Business & Professions Code was not unconstitutionally vague on its face or as applied to national retailers accused of deceptive pricing.