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Crest, Oral-B Gum & Enamel Repair Toothpastes Illinois Class Action

Can toothpastes really help repair gums? The complaint for this class action says no. It bring suit against the Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) for the marketing and labeling of two of its products: Crest Gum & Enamel Repair Toothpaste, in Intensive Clean and Advanced Whitening varieties, and Oral-B Gum & Enamel Repair Toothpaste.  Read more

Crest Gum & Enamel Repair Toothpaste

Walgreens Pain Reliever Fast-Release Quick Gels Claims Class Action

Do fast-release or rapid-release pharmaceuticals really work faster than regular ones? In the case of certain Walgreens pain relief medicines, the complaint for this class action alleges that they do no. The products in question are Well at Walgreens brand Extra Strength Pain Reliever Fast-Release Quick Gels and Extra Strength Pain Reliever PM Fast-Release Quick  Read more

Walgreens Fast-Release Pain Reliever

Kingsford Briquettes “100% Natural Hardwood” Claim Class Action

The Kingsford Products Company, LLC makes barbecue briquettes that are labeled as “100% Natural Hardwood Briquets” that deliver a “cleaner burn.” However, the complaint for this class action alleges that this is false and misleading, because the briquettes are neither “100% Natural” nor “”100% Natural Hardwood.” Even the “Cleaner Burn” claims are misleading, the complaint  Read more

Kingsford 100% Natural Hardwood Briquettes

Crest Gum & Enamel Repair Does Not Repair Gums, Says Class Action

Commercials have touted the ability of toothpastes or mouthwashes to help fight something called “gingivitis,” but what does that mean? The Proctor & Gamble Company makes a Crest Gum & Enamel Repair toothpaste that the complaint for this class action says “purports to repair gums and fight gingivitis.” However, the claim to repair gums, the  Read more

Box of Crest Gum & Enamel Repair

Coleman “1 Day” to “7 Day” Ice Coolers Ice Retention Class Action

How long should an ice cooler keep ice from melting? The complaint alleges that the Coleman Company, Inc. deceptively markets a line of ice coolers, labeling them “1 Day” through “7 Days,” purportedly according to their ability to retain ice. The complaint claims that the products do not have the ability to retain ice for  Read more

Joint Juice Products False Advertising of Benefits California Class Action

Premier Nutrition Company sells a line of “Joint Juice” products that purportedly help users with osteoarthritis. The complaint for this class action allege that the company’s advertising and labeling of these products are false and misleading.  Read more

Six-Pack of Joint Juice Bottles

Active Wow Activated Charcoal Tooth Products Misleading Claims Class Action

Active Wow (officially Matherson Organics, LLC) offers a line of tooth products containing active charcoal that the company advertises as safe and beneficial. The complaint for this class action alleges that Active Wow does not “possess the requisite evidence to substantiate its claims concerning the benefits and safety of its Charcoal Tooth Products”—and, in fact,  Read more

Active Wow Activated Charcoal Dentifrice

Luminox Watch Faces Fogging Problem Class Action

Lumondi, Inc., doing business as Luminox Watch Company, imports Luminox watches, which are advertised as the “Official Watch of the Navy SEALS.” According to the complaint, the company also markets its watches to “military service members, scuba divers, first responders, athletes and ‘rugged outdoorsmen’ seeking ‘extreme performance’ from their timepieces.” However, the complaint alleges that,  Read more

Luminox Watch

Walgreens Fast-Release Quick Gels Pain Reliever NY, IL, MO Class Action

Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. operates a large drugstore chain, including Walgreens and Duane Reade stores. It also makes generic versions of popular medicines. This complaint claims that the Walgreens generic Extra Strength Pain Reliever Fast-Release Quick Gels misleads consumers into thinking the product is comparable to Tylenol Extra Strength Rapid Release Gels, when it is  Read more

Box of Extra Strength Pain Reliever Fast-Release Quick Gels

SafeHands Non-Alcohol Hand Sanitizer False Claims Class Action

SafeHands Solutions, LLC makes an alcohol-free topical antiseptic and hand sanitizer, which is sold on the website of the outdoor company Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI) as well as on the SafeHands website. The label for the product claims that the product kills 99.99% of germs. The complaint alleges that this is not true.  Read more

Bottle of SafeHands