Hagens Berman, a plaintiffs’ rights law firm, successfully haggled a $90 million settlement on behalf of a group of Android app developers who claimed that Google had broken antitrust laws and harmed them with its anticompetitive Play Store policy initiatives. The class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of these developers. Continue reading “Google settles Play Store lawsuit, will pay $90 million to app developers”
Google has agreed to pay $118 million to resolve a gender discrimination class-action complaint involving around 15,500 female employees according to Bloomberg. The settlement occurred as a consequence of a lawsuit filed by three women — Kelly Ellis, Holly Pease, and Kelli Wisuri — who accused the corporation of underpaying female employees in violation of California’s Equal Pay Act, citing a $17,000 salary disparity. Continue reading “Google will pay $118 million for settling gender discrimination lawsuit”
Another day and yet another lawsuit against Google for breaking privacy laws in the USA. Google’s parent company, Alphabet is being sued for nearly $5 billion in the San Jose Federal Court, California for collecting data from users. Google has denied the claims and has stated that they will vigorously defend themselves in court.
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