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Judge: Class action vs Precor over faulty treadmill sensors can proceed

Scott Holland Jun. 20, 2017, 6:34pm

Exercise equipment manufacturer Precor failed in its quest to get a judge to scuttle a federal class action complaint, which alleged the company sold treadmills it knew included inaccurate heart rate sensors.

Federal appeals court: PF Chang's can be sued over potential ID theft from data breach

Dan Churney Apr. 25, 2016, 12:34pm

A Chicago federal appeals panel has given the P.F. Chang’s restaurant chain a case of legal indigestion, by reversing a district court’s dismissal of a class action suit brought by two diners, who claimed they were vulnerable to identity theft, because the chain’s allegedly poor data security allowed hackers to obtain diners’ debit and credit card information.

Wood Dale residents say Seterus, Fannie Mae cheated them into foreclosure, wrongly took their home

Dan Churney Oct. 31, 2015, 11:46am

Two Wood Dale residents have sued Fannie Mae, alleging the federal mortgage agency was in cahoots with a private home loan servicing company to hoodwink them into surrendering their house to foreclosure, under the guise they were late on loan payments.