Rite Aid Infants’ and Children’s Acetaminophen Prices Class Action

Acetaminophen can be dangerous, even fatal, if taken in large doses. Parents are particularly concerned about this when dosing infants. The complaint for this class action alleges that Rite Aid Corporation exploits this fear to charge more for its Infants’ acetaminophen product than for its identical children’s formula.  Read more

Box of Rite Aid's Infants' Acetaminophen Product

Kroger “Compostable” Plates and Bowls California Class Action

This class action brings suit against the Kroger Company for a line of disposable plates and bowls, which Kroger markets as being compostable. The complaint alleges that they are not in fact compostable because they contain certain materials (PFAS) which do not break down and blend into the soil. On the contrary, the complaint says  Read more

Picnic with Paper Plates

Evenflo Big Kid Booster Seat Deceptive Marketing Class Action

This class action is one of a number against Evenflo Company, Inc. for its Big Kid Booster Seat, which was sold to some 18 million customers for the safety of their children. The complaint alleges that Evenflo wrongly claimed the seats were for children as light as thirty pounds and made false or misleading claims  Read more

Child Test Dummy After Side Impact Crash

Evenflo Big Kid Booster Seat “Passed” Side Impact Tests Class Action

Early on, the complaint for this class action quotes a February 2020 story in ProPublica: “In February 2012, a safety engineer at Evenflo, one of the biggest sellers of children’s booster seats, … recommended Evenflo stop selling booster seats for children who weigh less than 40 pounds.” He cited government research and safety concerns. The  Read more

Child Crash Test Dummy After Side Impact Test

Chevy and GMC Vehicles Excessive Oil Consumption Class Action

This class action brings suit against General Motors, LLC for the Generation IV Vortec 5300 engines in many of its 2010-2014 vehicles. The complaint alleges that the engine consumes excessive amounts of oil and that monitoring systems do not properly inform owners when the amount of oil in the vehicle is insufficient.  Read more

2014 Chevrolet Avalanche

Evenflo Big Kid Booster Seat Inadequate Side-Impact Test Results Class Action

A number of cases have been filed recently in various states taking issue with Evenflo Big Kid booster car seats. The cases have now been assigned MDL number 2938. MDL stands for Multi-District Litigation, meaning that these cases are now being considered together, as they all make similar allegations against car seat maker Evenflo.  Read more

Evenflo Big Kid Booster Seat

2 Krew Security Systems Common Master Code Class Action

Your security system is supposed to let in only those who have your code. But what if everyone who had the same system as yours also had your code? That’s what this class action alleges about the security systems of 2 Krew, Inc., which does business as 2 Krew Security & Surveillance.  Read more

Product Display with 2 Krew Backdrop

O’Reilly Obsolete 303 Tractor Hydraulic Fluid Kansas Class Action

A number of cases have been filed on this topic—the sale of 303 tractor hydraulic fluid (THF). The plaintiffs allege this 303 THF is obsolete and no specifications have been available for it for some forty years. Instead, the complaint alleges, the 303 type no longer contains the anti-wear and protective properties expected of a  Read more

Five-Gallon Container of O'Reilly 303 THF

Beef Companies Deceptive “Product of US” Labeling Class Action

US law requires that beef be labeled as to its country of origin (the Country of Origin Law, or COOL). This class action alleges that Tyson Foods, Inc., Cargill Meat Solutions Corp., JBA USA Food Company, and National Beef Packing Company, LLC have been violating this law by labeling some beef as a product of  Read more

Close Shot of Cuts of Raw Beef

Rust-Oleum Restore Products Peel, Flake, and Chip Off Class Action

Sometimes you only find out how good (or bad) a product is when you actually apply it to something. This class action brings suit against Rust-Oleum, alleging that its Restore line of wood resurfacing products do not last as long as advertised and are more prone to chipping, peeling, and flaking than comparable products.  Read more

Deck Railing with Peeling