Four-Pack of King's Hawaiian Rolls

King’s Hawaiian Rolls Not Made in Hawaii New York Class Action

King’s Hawaiian, LLC is known for its small, sweet, rounded dinner rolls that are made with added sugar and pineapple juice, which it sells as Hawaiian rolls. But the complaint for this class action alleges that King’s packaging suggests that the rolls are made in Hawaii and that this is false and deceptive.  Read more

Consumer
Place of origin, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Package of Eight Duracell Optimum Batteries

Duracell Optimum Batteries “Longer Life” Claims New York Class Action

AA batteries are the most popular size in the US, used to power cordless telephones, shavers, power tools, and remote controls, among other things. Duracell US Operations, Inc. makes AA and AAA batteries. Its Optimum line markets these sizes of batteries as having “Extra Life” and “Extra Power,” but the complaint for this class action  Read more

Consumer
Misrepresentation of Production or Capacity, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Canister of Beaumont Coffee

Aldi Beaumont Coffee Number of Cups per Container Class Action

Beaumont Coffee comes in containers that are labeled with how many six-ounce cups the coffee in the container can make. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the cannisters do not hold nearly enough coffee to make as many cups as advertised. The complaint brings suit against Aldi, Inc., Coffee Holding Company, Inc.,  Read more

Consumer
Misrepresentation of Production or Capacity, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Gap Name Logo

Gap, Banana Republic Credit Cards Vanishing Rewards Class Action

“Rewards programs are the primary driver of customers’ choice in credit cards[,]” says this complaint. The class action alleges that Gap, Inc., Banana Republic, and Synchrony Bank promoted the rewards associated with their credit card, but that in certain situations they permit themselves to wipe out accumulated rewards.  Read more

Consumer
Rewards Program, Breach of Contract
Bag of Sargento Shredded Cheese

Sargento Cheeses Advertised as Having “No Antibiotics” Class Action

“According to the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization,” says the complaint for this class action, “antibiotic resistance—the ability of germs to defeat the drugs designed to kill them—is one of the greatest and most urgent public health risks of our time.” At issue in this case are cheeses made by Sargento  Read more

Consumer
No Antibiotics Claims, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Glock Model 22 Hand Gun

Glock Hand Gun Blowouts and Damaged Casings Class Action

Guns are certainly dangerous, but they are not expected to be dangerous to the user. This class action bring suit against Glock, Inc., Glock Ges.m.b.H, and a number of unknown parties because of something the complaint calls an “unsupported chamber defect.” This defect can cause a “blow out” and damage casings, making them dangerous or  Read more

Consumer
Gun, Firearms, Danger of Gun "Blow-Out"
A Snow Tooth-Whitening Kit

Snow Tooth-Whitening and Covid-19 Product Claims New York Class Action

Snow Teeth Whitening, LLC, the possible subsidiary of Foresold, LLC, makes tooth whitening products. The complaint for this class action alleges that the advertising and marketing of the products is “fraudulent, false, and misleading…” The complaint alleges that the companies “have recently even sought to extend their fraud to suggest their products could offer protection  Read more

Consumer
Making False Representations, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Claims Unsupported By Scientific Evidence
Torso and Legs Wearing Rush Clothing

Under Armour Claims for Rush Athletic Clothing NY, NJ, PA Class Action

Under Armour, Inc. (UA) makes a “Rush” line of athletic clothing which it claims are “the Fabric Version of an Infrared Sauna, Recycling the Body’s Energy During Performance.” But the complaint for this class action alleges that the company’s claims for these clothes are false and that they do not do what the company claims  Read more

Consumer
Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Claims Unsupported By Scientific Evidence, Athletic Performance Claims
Box of Junior Mints

Junior Mints and Sugar Babies Excessive Slack Fill New Jersey Class Action

“Tootsie [Roll Industries, LLC] manufactures the most popular theater box candy products in the world[,]” says the complaint for this class action on its first page. But, the complaint alleges, sells the candies “in oversized, opaque boxes that” are “half-empty.” In other words, the boxes have too little candy and too much empty space, so  Read more

Consumer
Excessive Slack Fill, Deceptive Packaging, Deceptive Advertising
Two Bottles of Maybelline Fit Me Matte + Poreless

Maybelline, L’Oreal Paris “Oil-Free” Face Products Contain Oil Class Action

Maybelline, LLC is a subsidiary of L’Oreal USA Products, Inc.; L’Oreal Paris is another L’Oreal brand. Both the Maybelline and L’Oreal Paris brands offer face make-up products that are labeled as being “oil-free.” However, the complaint for this class action alleges that certain of these products, contrary to this labeling, do in fact contain oils.  Read more

Consumer
Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Contains Substance It Claims Not to Contain