Samsung Smartphones GOS App Benchmark “Cheating” Class Action

Smartphone makers compete to provide both faster performance and longer battery life. In this class action against Samsung Electronics America, Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the complaint alleges that certain Samsung smartphones that contain the Game Optimizing Service (GOS) app are rigged for “benchmark cheating,” that is, to test better than they actually perform  Read more

Samsung S22 with GOS

Apple Powerbeats Pro Wireless Headphones Inadequate Charging Class Action

Apple, Inc. offers Powerbeats Pro headphones under the Beats by Dre brand. Apple advertises that the wireless, rechargeable headphones provide many hours of operation per charge, but the complaint alleges that the headphones do not charge adequately and cannot deliver the advertised performance.  Read more

Person Wearing Powerbeats Pro Wireless Headphones

Advanced Clinicals Hyaluronic Acid Moisture Claims Class Action

This class action concerns Hyaluronic Acid beauty products, sold by Concept Laboratories, Inc., doing business as Advanced Clinicals. The advertising and marketing for the products makes claims about hyaluronic acid and the skin’s ability to attract, absorb, or hold moisture with its use, but the complaint alleges that these claims are not true and that  Read more

Advanced Clinicals Hyaluronic Acid Instant Skin Hydrator

Boiron Arnicare “Pain Relief” Products Homeopathic Remedy Class Action

This class action brings suit against Boiron, Inc., alleging that its Arnicare homeopathic products do not provide the pain relief they are purported to provide. The complaint alleges that neither the active ingredient nor the homeopathic system for creating medicines are capable of providing relief from pain. It contends that the company makes druglike claims  Read more

Arnicare Cream

Medify Air Purifiers Ads CADR Rating, Room Size, Covid Effects Class Action

Air purifiers have become popular in recent years in large part because of Covid-19. Medify Air, LLC makes air purifiers, but the complaint for this class action alleges that it misleads consumers, both in the figures it advertises relating to air purification as well as in the fact that the company’s machines have not been  Read more

Medify MA-40 Air Purifier

Welch’s Grape Juice “Healthy Heart” Claims Settlement

Welch Foods, Inc. is paying a million and a half dollars to settle a class action alleging that its labeling of three juice products is misleading. According to the complaint, labeling that stated that the juices supported or promoted a healthy heart was misleading.  Read more

Welch's Grape Juice

Algenist “Vegan Collagen” Products Skin Penetration Class Action

This class action brings suit against Algenist, LLC for its “vegan collagen” products. It alleges that representations about its topical skincare products are “false and misleading,” first, it says, because collagen products cannot penetrate the skin, and second, it claims, because plants cannot produce collagen.  Read more

Algenist Name on Yellow Background

Ziploc Bags “Unbeatable” Protection and Freshness Claims Class Action

This class action brings suit against S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc. about its sealable Ziploc bags. The complaint alleges that the company makes claims about the bags, including “Unbeatable Protection” and “Unbeatable Freshness,” that it says are misleading or false. This is because explanations of the claims are limited, the complaint alleges, and their application  Read more

Ziploc Bags with Unbeatable Protection Claim

LG Energy Solution Solar Batteries Risk of Fire California Class Action

The defendant in this class action is LG Energy Solution Michigan, Inc. (LGESMI), but the matter concerns the company’s business or actions in California. The complaint alleges that LGESMI sold LG RESU batteries for solar power systems that do not work as advertised, and that can cause fires and property damage.  Read more

Solar Panels on Roof of House

Hartz Home Protection Dog Training Pads “FlashDry” Representation Class Action

Under its Home Protection brand, the Hartz Mountain Corporation sells a product it calls dog pads. These are intended as training pads, to help in housebreaking dogs. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the pads do not have the capabilities advertised and allow pet urine to pass through to floors and other  Read more

Hartz Home Protection Dog Training Pads