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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

CVS “Maximum Strength” 4% Lidocaine Products Class Action

CVS Pharmacy, Inc. sells pain relieving products with lidocaine, in the form of patches, creams, roll-ons, sprays, and menthol products, which are labeled as being “Maximum Strength.” But the complaint alleges that this is untrue, because they contain only 4% lidocaine while other, similar products contain 5% lidocaine.  Read more

CVS Maximum Strength Lidocaine Pain Relief Roll-On with Lavender Essential Oil

Walmart “Maximum Strength” Lidocaine Products Class Action

Walmart, Inc. offers pain relief products under its Equate brand, including Equate Maximum Strength Lidocaine Pain Relieving Patch and Equate Maximum Strength Pain Relief Cream. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the products do not in fact offer the maximum strength of lidocaine available in over-the-counter products.  Read more

Equate Maximum Strength Lidocaine Pain Relieving Patch