How often do you see a tech startup that claims to be endorsed by Abraham
Lincoln and the archangel Metatron? Only when it’s a scam...
The lawsuit alleges that the California-based company sold purported "at-home"
tests for the coronavirus, falsely claiming that the tests were FDA approved. The
company also sold a supposedly coronavirus-killing "virucide,"
“They are believed to have worked together to deliberately seek out elderly
people whom they would encourage in high-pressure voice and video calls to
transfer funds into a safe account to protect against an imminent cyberattack,”
It’s worth asking whether the one-size-fits-all solution of the class action lawsuit is the best strategy in every case. Certainly, professional guidance and assistance is far preferable to navigating the treacherous bureaucracy and entrenched inertia alone. The law firms taking these cases, however, are expensive. And the judicial process may be glacially slow.