Class Action: Square Comes Full Cricle

Anthony's Pizza, by PhotoZou user Mr. Utsuda, licensed via Creative Commons

A special delivery

A financial services & mobile payments company is now opening their own pockets after losing a class action lawsuit. Square, founded by Twitter CEO & Chairman Jack Dorsey, has agreed to pay $2.2m related to their food-delivery service. The class action lawsuit alleges that Square collected a small percentage of gratuity from online food orders, but withheld this money from the drivers & delivery services. Plaintiff Spencer Janssen is set to receive $10,000, while the firm who represents him is seeking $755,000 in fees. The rest of the money will be divided among the other class-action members, averaging about $15 per person. Caviar, the name of Square’s food delivery service, has been set to pay out any users between January 2012 and August 2015. Read More

It’s Time to Move Out

You’re outta here

There comes a time in every young man’s life when he needs to move out of his parents’ house. Sometimes it may take a little push to get them out; but for the parents of thirty-year-old Michael Rotondo, it took a lawsuit to evict their son from their upstate New York home. After sending their son several ignored eviction notices, Christina and Mark Rotondo had no other choice but to file a lawsuit against their son. Read more