Posted on Feb 3rd, 2014

Airvoice Wireless Lawsuit – Cutting off data

We are currently investigating complaints that Airvoice Wireless terminates data access to customers of its plans after only 50% of the promised plan data is used.

For example, on the $40 plan, which promises 1 GB of data, Airvoice terminates the data after only 500 MB is used.

The Airvoice will not enable the second 500 MB until the customer calls customer service to complain.

Hattis Law is committed to ending this deceptive practice by Airvoice, and needs your help.

If you purchased an Airvoice Wir

Posted on Feb 3rd, 2014

Lawsuit against Comcast for charging bogus “Broadcast TV Fee” and “Regional Sports Fee”


Hattis Law filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of California Comcast customers to stop Comcast’s massive illegal bait-and-switch scheme of advertising and promising one price but then charging its customers a much higher price in the form of concealed, deceptive, and completely fabricated fees which Comcast calls the “Broadcast TV Fee” and the “Regional Sports Fee.”

Comcast has repeatedly increased these bogus fees since Comcast first invented them in 2014, and they now to

Posted on May 30th, 2013

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Confirms Consumers Can Sue for False Discount Advertising

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has reinstated a false-advertising lawsuit brought against Kohl’s Corp. in California.

The action again allows a Los Angeles area man and his lawyers to pursue a potential class-action claim that Kohl’s falsely portrayed merchandise as being sold at large discounts to the original prices.

At issue are the markdowns – 30% off regular price, 50% off regular price, and such – routinely touted by retailers.

In the ongoing case in California, Antonio S…