All-Clad Cookware Sharp Edges Settlement

Settlement Structure: Claims Made

Active: Open

Case Summary:

All-Clad Metalcrafters, LLC and Groupe SEB USA, Inc. are settling a class action about All-Clad’s D3, D5, and LTD cookware. The complaint alleged that these lines of cookware were advertised as being “dishwasher safe,” but that when they are washed in a dishwasher, certain of the metal layers may become thin or sharp, most noticeably at the rims or edges.

Docket Number:


Company: All-Clad Metalcrafters, LLC

Filing Deadline: March 27, 2023

Class Period: January 1, 2015 to July 29, 2022

Objection Deadline: December 8, 2022

Exclusion Deadline: December 8, 2022

Final Approval Hearing: January 26, 2023

Proof of Purchase:

You must either return the cookware to All-Clad or provide proof of purchase in order to get benefits.


You may be eligible if you are a person in the US, including Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, and, between January 1, 2015 and July 29, 2022, you bought All-Clad D3, D5, or LTD cookware.

Typical Settlement Amount:

If your cookware got sharp edges, one of the following:
- Return the damaged cookware to All-Clad and get new D3 or D5 cookware of the same type and style and get a $75 refund. (The LTD line has been discontinued and will be replaced with similar D3 cookware.)
- Return the damaged cookware to All-Clad and get either (a) a Hard Anodized (HA1) five-piece frying pan set (SKU 2100122734) or (b) an Essentials Hard Anodized nonstick thirteen-piece cookware set (SKU 2100120788), all of which are dishwasher safe.
- Return the damaged cookware to All-Clad and get a credit of 50% off a future purchase, up to a total purchase price of $1,200 (a $600 value), for any product(s) on All-Clad’s website.
If your cookware did not get sharp edges or if your cookware got sharp edges but you discarded it (so that you can no longer return it), if you have proof of purchase, you can get a credit of 35% off a future purchase, up to a total purchase price of $750 (a $262.50 value), for any product(s) on All-Clad’s website. Proof of purchase can be a store receipt, invoice, order confirmation, credit card receipt, canceled check, or other document that shows you bought the cookware during the class period.
If the total value of all refunds requested is more than $4 million, refunds will be reduced proportionately.

Total Settlement Amount: Up to $4,000,000 for refunds

Class Representative Proposed Incentive Fee:


Law Firm:
Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman, PLLC

Claim Form: Multi-Ply Cookware Settlement Claim Form

Case Name: All-Clad Metalcrafters, LLC, Cookware Marketing and Sales Practices Litigation

Settlement Website: Multi-Ply Cookware Settlement Website

Claims Administrator:

Claims Administrator Contact Information:

All-Clad Metalcrafters Settlement
c/o Claims Administrator
1650 Arch Street, Suite 2210
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Tags: Cookware, Defective Product, Dishwasher Safe Claims