Netgear and Arris Face Class Actions for Defective Cable Modems
Google and Advertisers Reach $22.5 Million Class Action Settlement
Consumers today announced the filing of class action lawsuits against Arris and Netgear, claiming that the companies sells cable modems containing a serious defect that results in high spikes in network latency.
AmTrust Top Executives Under Investigation Amid SEC Probe
Google Inc. and a proposed class of AdWords advertisers today announced that they have reached a proposed $22.5 million settlement concerning Google’s placement of their ads on parked domains and error pages.
Roger Ailes and Fox News Executives Face New Corporate Investigation
We are investigating claims on behalf of shareholders of AmTrust Financial Services related to errors in the company’s financial statements and an ongoing government probe into suspect accounting practices.
Cable Modems from Arris and Others May Contain Serious Chipset Defect
We are investigating potential derivative claims on behalf of the shareholders of Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc., related to allegations that Roger Ailes sexually harassed and assaulted women for decades.
Is Your Landlord Charging Excessive Late Fees? You May Be Owed a Refund.
Cable modems containing Intel's Puma 6 chipset, including the Arris SB6190, may contain a serious defect that prevents them from operating properly, including severe latency jitter.
Are you a California tenant who has been charged late fees for failing to pay your rent on time? You may be entitled to a refund for illegal charges in violation of California law.