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Consumer Class Action

Cummins makes defective automobile engines whose engine blocks crack, a class action claims in New Orleans Federal Court. The named plaintiff cites his 1999 Dodge truck.

Logitech sold its Harmony 1000 Advanced Universal Remote through false claims for it, a class action claims in San Francisco Federal Court.

Sprint Nextel and 18 other companies cheat customers through bogus cramming charges, a class action claims in Multnomah County Court, Ore. Other defendants include Nextel Retail Stores, Sprint Spectrum, US Telecom, Sprint Communications Co., Washington Oregon Wireless, WBS Oregon, American Telecasting of Bend (and) Medford (and) Portland (and Salem/Eugene, and Nextel Boost West.

Primesource Building Products sells defective screws for use with pressure-treated wood, consumers say in a class-action demand for $5 million in Blount County Court, Tenn.

Comcast faces a class action from 600 recently annexed residents of Issaquah who claim the cable company charges more than allowed by its franchise with that city, in King County Court, Seattle.

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