An amended class action complaint alleges the label claims put forth by Neutrogena that certain makeup removers are rigorously tested and ideal for use on even the most sensitive skin are misleading.
Walmart faces a proposed class action that alleges the mega-retailer’s sale of Children’s Pain & Fever acetaminophen and the higher-priced Infant’s Pain & Fever acetaminophen is likely to deceive customers.
Five military families allege that the private entities that own and manage housing at MacDill Air Force Base are to blame for rampant mold problems and related health issues.
In the wake of dozens of recalls of and a few lawsuits filed over contaminated blood pressure drugs, ClassAction.org answers some frequently asked questions.
A proposed class action filed August 7 in Rhode Island claims CVS Health Corporation, with help from several large pharmacy benefit managers, is behind a scheme by which it overcharges insured customers for generic drugs.
Claims made by Atkins Nutritionals, Inc. about net carbs in some of its foods may mislead consumers about the products’ impact on blood sugar levels.
A proposed class action lawsuit against Nature's Bounty alleges some of the company's Biotin products provide no health benefits at all.
A proposed class action claims Bayer misrepresented to consumers the number of days' worth of vitamins in each bottle of the company's One-a-Day VitaCraves multivitamins.
Supplements are big business in the United States, accounting for, at a conservative estimate, around $5 billion in sales per year. They are also, thanks to a 1994 law called the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act, almost completely exempt from