McDonald’s faces a proposed class action lawsuit following reports that its fast food packaging contains harmful per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), commonly known as “forever chemicals.”
A proposed class action alleges Madison Reed hair color products are far harsher than the company lets on and have been known to cause hair loss, breakage, shedding, scalp irritation and other damage to a user’s hair.
A proposed class action alleges certain bareMinerals foundation, concealer and lipstick products are not as clean as advertised due to the presence of harmful per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), or “forever chemicals.”
A proposed class action claims that while Walgreens advertises its lidocaine patches as able to provide pain relief for “up to 12 hours,” the patches frequently peel off within only a few hours of being applied.
A proposed class action alleges purportedly “non-drowsy” Robitussin is falsely labeled in that the cough medicine contains an active ingredient known to cause drowsiness.
A class action lawsuit alleges the GrandeLASH-MD, GrandeBROW and GrandeHAIR serums sold by Grande Cosmetics contain an ingredient that can cause potentially serious side effects.
A proposed class action has been filed this week on the heels of a June 14 recall of certain Philips sleep and respiratory care devices after it was discovered that the “sound abatement” foam used in the products could pose a health risk to users.
According to the lawsuit, there is “no safe level of benzene” exposure, meaning the defendant’s products are unsuitable for human use and could even endanger users’ health.
A proposed class action filed this week claims Global Plasma Solutions Inc. has misrepresented its commercial air treatment systems’ ability to clean the air of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and the virus that causes COVID-19.
A proposed class action claims the maker of IcyHot pain-relieving patches has falsely and misleadingly represented the over-the-counter product to consumers.