The total settlement fund has reached more than $1.2 billion and it now involves more than 20 companies.
Facebook has agreed to pay $90 million to settle a privacy lawsuit accusing it of illegally tracking users' internet activity.
Monsanto has agreed to pay up to $45 million as part of a class action settlement resolving false advertising and breach-of-warranty claims for some of its products.
This settlement will affect around 98 million Capital One customers whose personal information was compromised.
Keurig has agreed to pay a $10 million settlement over claims that it misled consumers about its K-Cups being recyclable.
The lawsuit says that Monsanto failed to disclose that its products and their active ingredient, glyphosate, could potentially cause cancer or other adverse health effects.
A San Francisco law firm is investigating the fraud reimbursement practices of major American banks that use the Zelle peer-to-peer payment system.
This class action lawsuit was filed in regards to the minimum retail pricing policies adopted by contact lenses manufacturers starting in June 2013.