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Amazon Name and Smile Logo

Amazon Digital Content Sales Can Be Pulled Later New York Class Action

Amazon.com, Inc. allows consumers to “buy” digital content, including movies, music, and television or cable shows. But the complaint for this class action alleges that most of the digital content “bought” from Amazon will not stay bought. According to the complaint, when Amazon’s licensing agreements with the real owner of the content expire, the content  Read more

Consumer
Item "Bought" Is Only Licensed, Deceptive Advertising
Front of the Kashi Ripe Strawberry Soft Baked Breakfast Bars Box

Kashi “Ripe Strawberry” Bars Contain Mostly Pears and Apples Class Action

Kashi Sales, LLC sells Kashi Ripe Strawberry Soft Baked Breakfast Bars. But the complaint for this class action alleges that this product is misleadingly marketed to give the impression that the fruit filling is made predominantly from strawberries and that wildflower honey is the main sweetener.  Read more

Consumer
Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Contains Too Little of Featured Ingredients
Can of Del Monte Farmhouse Cut Green Beans

Del Monte Farmhouse Cut Green Beans Contain Preservative Salt Class Action

If the only preservative a food contains is salt, should the company be allowed to claim that it contains “No Preservatives”? The complaint for this class action says it should not. At issue are Farmhouse Cut Green Beans, from Del Monte Foods, Inc., which are advertised as containing “No Preservatives,” even though they contain salt.  Read more

Consumer
No Preservatives Claims, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Old Spice Pure Sport Antiperspirant Spray

Old Spice Sprays Found to Contain Benzene Class Action

One of Procter & Gamble’s personal-care brands is Old Spice. The complaint for this class action alleges that certain Old Spice antiperspirant, deodorant, and body sprays are contaminated with significant levels of benzene, which it calls “a known human carcinogen.”  Read more

Consumer
Deceptive Advertising, Contamination During Preparation or Use, Contaminated with Harmful Substances
FitCrunch Whey Protein Bars

FitCrunch and FitBar Products Misleading “Healthy” Impression Class Action

How do you know that a protein bar or energy bar is healthy? This class action brings suit against Pervine Foods, LLC, alleging that their FitCrunch Whey Protein Baked Bars and FitBar Energy Bars make consumers believe that the bars are healthy when in reality they contain between 8 and 18 grams of fat.  Read more

Consumer
Representations Imply Product Is Healthy, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Atlantic Union Bank Location

Atlantic Union Bank Multiple Fees on a Single Item Class Action

Does Atlantic Union Bank obey the terms and conditions of its own account documents and fee schedule? The complaint for this class action alleges that Atlantic is supposed to charge only one $38 fee per item but that in fact it charges multiple fees on a single item.  Read more

Consumer
Your Bank, Overdraft Fees, More Than One Fee Assessed on a Single Item/Transaction, Insufficient or Non-Sufficient Funds Fees
Natrol Cognium Memory Product

Natrol Cognium Memory and Brain Health Claims California Class Action

This class action brings suit against Natrol, LLC for two of its products—Natrol Cognium Memory and Natrol Cognium Memory Extra Strength. The complaint alleges that the products’ active ingredient, silk protein hydrolysate, is no more effective at improving brain function than a sugar pill. It also denies that the product’s claims are “clinically proven.”  Read more

Consumer
Item Does Not Do What It Is Advertised to Do, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Claims Unsupported By Scientific Evidence
Similac Pro-Advance Infant Formula

Similac Pro-Advance “Closest Formula to Breast Milk” Claims Class Action

Abbott Laboratories, Inc. markets its Similac Pro-Advance infant formula as “Our Closest Formula to Breast Milk.” But is this a legitimate claim? The complaint for this class action claims it is not, because this and other claims it makes imply that the formula can come close to delivering the benefits of breast milk.  Read more

Consumer
Negligent Misrepresentation, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Claims Unsupported By Scientific Evidence
HP Pavilion x360 Laptop

HP Envy Laptops Breaking Hinges Class Action

Laptops are designed to sit in an open position during use, with hinges keeping a selected angle between the keyboard area and the screen. The complaint for this class action brings suit against HP, Inc. for its Envy laptops, claiming that the hinges break off from their mountings, making the laptops “practically unusable after just  Read more

Consumer
Defective Product, Defective Computer, Computer
Suave 24-Hour Protection Powder Aerosol Antiperspirant

Suave 24-Hour Protection Powder Aerosol Antiperspirant Benzene Class Action

Suave 24-Hour Protection Powder Aerosol Antiperspirant is a product of Unilever United States, Inc. This class action alleges that this product is “defective,” because it contains benzene, “a known carcinogen that offers no therapeutic deodorant or antiperspirant benefit.”  Read more

Consumer
Deceptive Advertising, Contaminated with Harmful Substances