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Deceptive Advertising

This class action alleges that MusclePharm violate state consumer protection laws by intentionally deceiving consumers of certain kinds of their nutritional supplements with large containers that offered little inside.

This lawsuit alleges that Dollar General violated state consumer protection laws by failing to adequately disclose that its motor oil is not suitable for gasoline powered engines built after 1988.

 

This lawsuit alleges that Macy's and Bloomingdale violates state consumer protection laws by labeling merchandise as a sale price off an "original" price that never existed.

This class action alleges that Hydro Mousse “spray and stay” grass seeding product is defective and does not work as advertised. 

Earth, Inc. has settled a class action alleging that it improperly labeled its Exer-Walk shoes as having specific health benefits, such as improved posture, strengthened core muscles, reduced joint stress, and maximal calorie burn.

This class action alleges that EtlaMD violated state consumer protection laws by labeling sunscreen as SPF 45 when in fact the sun protection provided was much less.

This lawsuit alleges that Kiss My Face toothpaste violates state consumer protection laws by claiming it is 100% All Natural when in fact it contains glycerin.

This lawsuit alleges that Saks OFF 5TH fashion outlets, operated by Saks Incorporated, misleadingly advertised false comparative prices and price discounts for merchandise sold throughout its stores and on its website, in violation of the California Business and Consumer Codes and the Federal Trade Commission Act.

Iovate Health Sciences has settled a class action alleging that the company misrepresented the levels of protein in certain of its products. The complaint alleged that the products, sold under the brand names Six Star, MuscleTech, EPIQ, and fuel:one, contained less protein than promised on the products’ labels, packaging, and advertising.

Earth Friendly has labeled and advertised its products as “natural”. However, this class action alleges that the products are not natural, and that one of the ingredients, methylisothiazolinone (“MIT”), is an allergen and skin irritant.

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