Johnson & Johnson has agreed to pay $700 million to end an investigation by more than 40 states into whether the company made misleading statements about the safety of talc-based baby powder.
Walmart has paid a settlement to the family of a woman who died in a car accident that was caused by a man who huffed a can of Dust-Off.
3M has agreed to pay a $6 billion settlement to resolve over 260,000 claims involving hearing loss from military earplugs.
Johnson & Johnson has offered to pay an $8.9 billion settlement to thousands of people who claim that talcum powder caused them to develop cancer.
Juul Labs has agreed to pay a $1.7 billion settlement that will cover more than 5,000 lawsuits involving teen nicotine addiction, school districts, cities, and more.
The makers of the Instant Pot have agreed to pay a settlement to a child who was seriously burned when her mother opened the lid.
Apple has agreed to pay $50 million to settle a class action lawsuit alleging that millions of MacBook laptops had defective keyboards.
The University of Michigan has reached a $490 million settlement with more than 1,000 former athletes who were sexually abused during routine physical exams by Dr. Robert E. Anderson.
St. Jude Medical has agreed to pay the government $27 million for implanting defective heart devices that were linked to several deaths.
Monsanto offered a $45 million settlement for failing to warn consumers about the risk of cancer.