A California resident's class-action lawsuit alleges the grocery chain misled consumers.
Her former employees, vendors, and investors are all taking her to court.
The customer claims a freshly baked projectile gave her "a lacerated cornea with a vitreous detachment."
A federal lawsuit claims the chain broke SEC laws by misrepresenting its value to investors.
It's very tough times at the iconic New York delicatessen.
The lawsuit follows another filed against José Andrés.
He says he found blue capsules and a napkin at the bottom of his cup.
Andrés's ThinkFoodGroup calls the move "both unsurprising and without merit."
She's suing the company for $2 million.
There's a $5 million lawsuit against Eat24 just five months after Yelp bought it.
A dishwasher says he was never paid the overtime to which he's entitled.
Muralist Maya Hayuk filed a lawsuit against the coffee chain for $750,000.
A class-action lawsuit asks for $10 million in damages.
A class-action lawsuit is contending that Ore-Ida fries have "danger levels" of the oil.
He argues his time as a Colt 45 "brand ambassador" entitles him to 10 percent of Pabst's 2014 sale.
It took three months to solve the horrendous crime.
It spoiled because of a storage company's boneheaded move.
If convicted, he could land in jail for up to seven years.
It has filed a lawsuit against three companies in China.
It says the franchisee was "grossly negligent."