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This lawsuit alleges that Clarins made unsubstantiated claims about the scientific benefits of certain anti-aging products.

Subaru sued re defective hood locks

This lawsuit alleges that 2006 B9 Subaru Tribeca has a defective hood lock that can cause the hood to suddenly open during travel.

Citizens of Humanity sued re Made in America label

This lawsuit alleges that Citizens of Humanity violated California law by labeling its jeans "Made in USA" when in fact many of the components to the jeans are made in other countries.

Toothbrush with Toothpaste

This investigation focuses on toothpaste and mouthwash that are sold to consumers as “natural” yet may contain unnatural, synthetic, and/or artificial ingredients.


Lipozene Box

This investigation focuses on the claims made by the manufacturer of Lipozene, the Obesity Research Institute, that Lipozene is “clinically proven” to help with weight loss.  


This lawsuit claims that defendants and their alleged co-conspirators illegally formed a cartel to reduce the supply of potatoes with the goal of raising prices in violation of the antitrust laws.

This investigation focuses on the safety of Febreze car air vent clips, after some consumers have reported that the clips can leak causing the liquid inside to corrode and damage their cars.

Walmart sued for TCPA violations re pharmacy calls

This lawsuit alleges that Walmart violated federal law by making unsolicited auto-generated calls to former pharmacy customers without prior express consent.

This lawsuit alleges that Whole Foods Market engaged in unfair and deceptive practices by selling products falsely and misleadingly labeled “All Natural” when the products contained synthetic ingredients in violation of state consumer protection laws.  Specifically, certain food products that Whole Foods Market described and advertised as “All Natural”  are alleged to contain the synthetic chem

WEN Conditioner may cause hair loss so says class action

On July 31, 2014, a class action suit was filed against Guthy-Renker, the maker of WEN Cleansing Conditioner, claiming the product causes significant hair loss. Amy Friedman filed the lawsuit on behalf of herself and the class members similarly situated.