Home Depot faces a proposed class action over its delayed phase out and sale of paint stripper that contains highly toxic methylene chloride.
In a proposed class action recently removed from state to federal court in California, a former Home Depot employee claims he and other workers were denied proper wages.
A Georgia consumer has filed suit against five companies, claiming the defendants manufactured, marketed, and sold a resurfacing product known as DeckOver that failed to live up to its claims of superiority and durability.
A Washington man has filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Behr Process Corp. in which he alleges the company's DeckOver resurfacing product does not live up to its claims of durability.
The latest case against the companies echoes the others, claiming the companies misrepresented the durability of DeckOver, and suppressed consumer complaints.
A case filed in Washington says Behr's DeckOver, sold exclusively at Home Depot, peels, flakes and separates from decking shortly after first application.
An FCRA class action claims Home Depot did not provide certain information on the use of background checks for job purposes in a standalone document.
A case out of California alleges Home Depot intentionally pushes wood products represented as mahogany that are actually different species of wood altogether.
Behr's Premium DeckOver resurfacer is the subject of another proposed class action alleging the product, despite claims of superior quality and durability, begins to fail after only a few weeks or months of use.
Another class action has been filed in CA over Behr's allegedly ineffective DeckOver product, this time against its exclusive seller, Home Depot, as well.