A Washington school district claims in a class action that Juul Labs has negatively impacted the nation’s schools and students by marketing its e-cigarette products to minors.
An Arkansas class action claims Juul falsely represented its addictive nicotine products as safe while marketing heavily to young people.
Embattled Juul Labs, Inc. has been hit with another proposed class action, this time filed by a Louisiana mother on behalf of her 14-year-old son who she says has become addicted to nicotine due to the e-cigarette maker’s deceptive marketing practices.
Juul Labs faces a class action centered on alleged violations of West Virginia consumer protection law with regard to its youth-focused advertising and marketing of the Juul e-cigarette.
A proposed class action alleges Juul Labs, Inc. and Pax Labs, Inc. deceptively marketed their Juul e-cigarette product to minors without disclosing "myriad health problems" associated with using the device.