Label for Don Papa Rum

Don Papa Qualification as Rum Class Action

What defines rum? This class action takes issue with a rum sold by Zamora Company USA, LLC under the Don Papa brand, alleging that it is not really rum “as this spirit is defined by regulations and understood by consumers.”  Read more

Imitation Product or Imitation Ingredients Not So Labeled, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Alcoholic Drinks
Ralph Lauren Women's V-Neck Sweater

Ralph Lauren Polo Women’s “Pima Cotton” Sweaters Class Action

Pima cotton is a very desirable kind of cotton, known for its long fibers. The Ralph Lauren Corporation markets certain of its Polo sweaters as being made from Pima cotton, but the complaint for this class action alleges that the fibers in the sweater are not long enough for it to be made from real  Read more

Made of Inferior Material Rather than Material Claimed, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Detour Lean Muscle Cookie Dough Caramel Crisp Protein Bars

Detour “Lean Muscle” Protein Bars Labeling Class Action

Forward Foods, LLC makes “lean” protein bars, including Detour Lean Muscle Cookie Dough Caramel Crisp protein bars and Detour Lean Muscle Peanut Butter Chocolate Crunch protein bars. But the complaint for this class action alleges that these bars cannot lawfully be labeled as “lean” because they contain significant amounts of palm kernel, sunflower, and flax  Read more

Fat Content, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
DeWalt Jobsite Pro Wireless Earphones

DeWalt Jobsite Pro Wireless Earphones Overheating Defect Class Action

Earphones that overheat can be uncomfortable or unwearable. This class action brings suit against E-Filliate, Inc., which makes and sells DeWalt Jobsite Pro Wireless Earphones which the complaint claims can overheat during charging or use, with the potential to create burns or become a fire hazard. In any case, the complaint claims, when the earphones  Read more

Earphones, Defective Product, Deceptive Advertising, Breach of warranty
GSK Ventolin Inhaler

Flovent, Arnuity Ellipta, Ventolin Inhalers Patents Antitrust Class Action

When patents for name-brand drugs expire and generic versions are allowed to enter the market, drug prices fall for consumers. But this class action alleges that GlaxoSmithKline, PLC (GSK) has managed to keeps its exclusivity and high prices with schemes to avoid competition for its inhalers. The complaint claims that the company has managed to  Read more

Patents, Extension of Exclusivity, Antitrust
Signature Care Rapid Release Gelcaps

Signature Care “Rapid Release” Acetaminophen Gelcaps Class Action

This class action sues Albertsons Companies, Inc., as well as Safeway, Inc., Better Living Brands, LLC, and LNK International, Inc., which it claims are responsible for two generic medicines under the Signature Care brand: Signature Care Rapid Release Gelcaps and Signature Care PM Rapid Release Gelcaps. The complaint alleges that, despite being marketed and labeled  Read more

Negligent Misrepresentation, Item Does Not Do What It Is Advertised to Do, Fraud, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Breach of warranty
Ghost Greens Superfood, Lemonade Iced Tea Flavor

Ghost Greens Superfood Contains D-L Malic Acid Class Action

Consumers these days prefer “clean label” foods—those that are all natural, with no artificial ingredients and no preservatives—and are willing to pay higher prices for them. At issue in this case is a supplement made by Ghost, LLC, which does business as Ghost Lifestyle. The Ghost Greens Superfood supplement claims to be “Naturally Flavored,” but  Read more

Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Contains Substance It Claims Not to Contain, All Natural Claims
Sezzle Logo

Sezzle “No Interest” Service May Cost Customers NSF or OD Fees Class Action

Sezzle, Inc. offers a “buy now, pay later” service to consumers that claims to charge no interest. But the complaint alleges that Sezzle is not up front about the real risks of using the service: the nonsufficient funds (NSF) and overdraft (OD) fees that they may incur when Sezzle takes its installment payments from their  Read more

Overdraft Fees, Insufficient or Non-Sufficient Funds Fees, Deceptive Advertising
Banco Popular Building

Banco Popular Overdraft Fees on Accounts Not Overdrawn Class Action

This class action complains of a settlement practice that Banco Popular North America, which does business as Popular Community Bank engages in, known as Authorize Positive, Purportedly Settle Negative,” or APPSN. The complaint alleges that this results in the bank’s charging overdraft (OD) fees to customers on accounts that are not actually overdrawn.  Read more

Your Bank, Overdraft Fees, Breach of the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing, Breach of Contract
Liquid I.V. Hydration Multiplier

Liquid IV “Hydration Multiplier” Claims to Increase Hydration New York Class Action

The LIV Group, Inc. makes Liquid IV Hydration Multiplier electrolyte drink mixes which purport to multiply the ability of water to hydrate the body via a something called Cellular Transport Technology. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the drink mix cannot do this and that the technology that it does use is  Read more

Item Does Not Do What It Is Advertised to Do, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising