Peloton Faces Class Action Lawsuit After Drastic Purge of Classes

Luxury fitness product users allege that they overpaid DiCello Levitt represents consumers who purchased Peloton exercise equipment and subscription memberships, alleging the company falsely marketed its on-demand library of classes as “ever-growing” and “growing.” In April 2018, Peloton received a cease-and-desist letter for its alleged copyright infringement of many songs in its on-demand class library, … Continued

Facebook Agrees to Pay $90 Million to Settle Decade-Long Data Privacy Class Action Involving Secret Internet Tracking

DiCello Levitt secures novel damages model for consumers; settlement is among the ten largest data privacy class action settlements in U.S. history. On February 14, 2022, Meta Platforms, Inc., the parent company of Facebook, agreed to pay $90 million to settle high-profile, long-running data privacy litigation over its use of tracking “cookies” in 2010 and … Continued

Insurer on Defense in COVID-19 Claim Battle with Houston Rockets

DiCello Levitt leads the charge toward insurer liability for COVID losses. DiCello Levitt filed one of the first business interruption claims on behalf of a professional sports team for pandemic-related losses in July 2020. COVID-19 delivered a serious and unanticipated blow to many entertainment-based businesses. The Toyota Center, home of the Houston Rockets, was one … Continued

Injured Citizen Wins Record Civil Rights Verdict Against Police Department

DiCello Levitt wins $50 million verdict on behalf of citizen injured by police misconduct. DiCello Levitt’s trial team was awarded Public Justice’s 2021 Trial Lawyer of the Year for leading the Arnold Black v. Detective Randy Hicks case to a groundbreaking verdict after multiple trials. The firm’s investigation into Arnold Black’s claims against the East … Continued

Hundreds of Victims Seek Justice for Sex Trafficking and Abuse by Fashion Mogul

DiCello Levitt represents dozens of sex trafficking victims against the disgraced Peter Nygard. On June 11, 2020, Jane Does No. 1-57 filed their Second Amended Complaint against Peter Nygard and his network of privately-owned companies, alleging a sprawling international sex trafficking venture with hundreds of survivors and dozens of enablers. Since that filing, more than … Continued

Fortune 100 Company Faces Accountability for Manufacturing Disease to Drive Sales

DiCello Levitt takes AbbVie to trial for unwarned drug dangers and deceptive marketing. The State of New Mexico engaged DiCello Levitt to pursue claims against AbbVie and its affiliates, alleging that the drug manufacturers, putting profits over safety, recklessly endangered the lives of New Mexico citizens with their marketing and sale of the testosterone replacement … Continued

No Rest for Marriott: Hotelier Faces Lawsuit Over Data Breach Affecting 400 Million

DiCello Levitt persuades court that consumer data has inherent value. In September 2018, Marriott International discovered a data breach on its network affecting more than 300 million American consumers. From 2014 to late 2018, hackers exploited a weakness in Marriott’s computer network, enabling them to access Marriott’s guest reservation system to steal customer data. Marriott … Continued

Navistar Pays Class Members $135 Million For Defective MaxxForce Engines

DiCello Levitt leads class action benefiting thousands of auto owners. DiCello Levitt, along with co-counsel, achieved final approval of the $135 million Navistar class settlement on January 3, 2020. The multidistrict litigation, brought on behalf of 66,000 truck owners and lessees, alleged that Navistar, Inc. and Navistar International, Inc. sold and leased 2011-2014 model year … Continued