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# Class Action

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# Food Fight
Woman sues Kellogg for $5m, claiming there aren't enough strawberries in strawberry Pop-Tarts
The woman has argued the snack contains more quantities of other fruits.
# Better Butter
Kerrygold is being sued in the US over claims its butter doesn't come from grass-fed cows
A Californian citizen has accused Ornua of ‘false, deceptive’ advertising.
# Class Action
'Let's finally do something about it': Harvey Weinstein accused of racketeering in class action suit
Lawyers said the women were “assaulted, imprisoned in hotel rooms, airplanes and his home, and faced career-ending threats if they refused his unwanted advances and requests”.
# That's a relief
You can now sing Happy Birthday for free
Strictly speaking every time you’ve sung it in recent times you’ve been breaching copyright. Not any longer however…
# Only in America
Subway settles lawsuit over foot-long sandwiches that measure less than 12 inches
Bring your rulers to lunch.
# Das Lawsuit
Thousands of people are getting ready to sue Volkswagen
And they were caught by a tiny watchdog.
# striiike
Secondary teachers are going on strike in December
Two days of action are going ahead. The first is on 2 December.
# Class Action
Facebook Ireland ordered to respond to privacy lawsuit within four weeks
The company’s international office has to submit a counter-statement to Vienna Regional Court otherwise it will make a judgement in its absense
# Japan
Fukushima survivors to sue Japanese government
People whose homes or farms were affected by radiation from the Fukushima plant will file class-action lawsuits next month for damages.
# Ulster Bank
Consumers' Association launches 'class action' against Ulster Bank
The CAI is gathering information from customers left out of pocket by the recent technical problems at Ulster Bank.