Penuma Penis Implant Pain and Scarring Class Action

According to the complaint for this class action, Dr. James Elist promotes himself as the “Thomas Edison of penis surgeries,” having invented the Penuma device, a silicone implant designed to enlarge penis size. Elist and the companies associated with the device advertise it as being “FDA-cleared,” the complaint says, but it claims that the device  Read more

Penuma Implant Device

Liquid IV “Hydration Multiplier” Claims to Increase Hydration New York Class Action

The LIV Group, Inc. makes Liquid IV Hydration Multiplier electrolyte drink mixes which purport to multiply the ability of water to hydrate the body via a something called Cellular Transport Technology. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the drink mix cannot do this and that the technology that it does use is  Read more

Liquid I.V. Hydration Multiplier

NaturVet Glucosamine and Chondroitin Supplements for Dogs Class Action

Garmon Corporation makes NaturVet supplements for dogs. At issue in this case are its supplements for better dog joint movement containing glucosamine and chondroitin. The complaint alleges that studies have shown that these two substances have little or no effect on animal joints.  Read more

NaturVet Glucosamine DS Plus Chews

Copper Fit ICE Compression Products with CoQ10 New York Class Action

What benefits can compression products provide for the body? Can a knee sleeve, for example, provide the kind of benefit usually gotten from dietary supplements? This class action brings suit against Ideavillage Products Corp., which does business as Copper Fit. The complaint alleges that the company claims its compression garments are infused with CoQ10 that  Read more

Copper Fit ICE Knee Sleeve

Target Up & Up “Maximum Strength” 8-Hour Lidocaine Patches Class Action

Target Corporation sells lidocaine pain-relief patches under its Up & Up brand, in stores and online. But the complaint for this class action alleges Target misleads customers with its claims about the patches, by claiming they provide “pain relief” with a “maximum strength” dose of lidocaine for “up to 8 hours.” The complaint alleges that  Read more

Up & Up Lidocaine Pain-Relief Patches

Transitions2earth “Biodegradable” EcoPure Eating Utensils Class Action

RTG Custom Supply, LLC, which does business as Transitions2earth (or T2E) makes polyethylene eating utensils that it advertises as “biodegradable.” The complaint alleges that the cutlery should not be advertised with this promise because it is generally disposed of in landfills and, under those conditions, it will not completely decompose within one year.  Read more

Transitions2earth Cutlery Set

Palmer’s Stretch Mark Products Settlement

E.T. Browne Drug Co., Inc. is pay $3 million to resolve a class action against its Palmer’s products for stretch marks. The complaint alleges that the claims that the products are “for stretch marks” and “help reduce the appearance of stretch marks” are false and misleading.  Read more

Palmer's Tummy Butter for Stretch Marks

Oral-B Charcoal Toothbrushing Products “Whitening” Ability Class Action

The complaint for this class action takes issue with three Procter & Gamble (P&G) Oral-B toothbrushing products that are made with charcoal. P&G promotes the products by claiming they will whiten teeth within as little as week, the complaint says, but it alleges that this advertising is false and that the toothbrushing products will not  Read more

Oral-B Charcoal Soft Whitening Therapy Toothbrush

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