AT&T Agrees to Pay $60m to Settle FTC Lawsuit Involving Throttling of Unlimited Plans

AT&T agreed to pay $60m to be returned to customers to settle a lawsuit brought by the FTC in 2014 for failing to adequately disclose to customers on unlimited data plans that if they used a certain amount of data in a billing cycle, AT&T would slow down – or throttle – their data speeds that limited their functionability. As part of the settlement, AT&T is prohibited from making any claim about the speed or amount of its mobile data – including as “unlimited” - unless they disclose those restrictions clearly and conspicuously and in close proximity to the claim. Andersen Sleater Sianni represents consumers who are victims of false advertising or receive defective products. Click here to rea

Consumers Represented by Andersen Sleater Sianni Beat Hair Care Company's Motion to Dismiss Clas

Andersen Sleater Sianni and its partner Jessica Sleater are part of the leadership team representing consumers, who purchased hair care products from multi-level marketing company, Monat Global Corp., and overpaid for the products based on false advertising and some experienced adverse reactions after using the products. Monat moved to dismiss the lawsuit, and the Court rejected that motion. The case is proceeding through the discovery phase of the litigation. Click here to read more about the Court's decision.

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