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CVS Lidocaine Patches Far From ‘Maximum Strength,’ Class Action Claims [UPDATE]

by Corrado Rizzi

Last Updated on September 1, 2023

Bell v. CVS Pharmacy, Inc.

Filed: December 11, 2021 § 1:21-cv-06850

A class action alleges CVS-brand lidocaine patches do not last for up to eight or 12 hours as advertised and are not durable enough to continuously adhere to the body.

September 1, 2023 – CVS Lidocaine Patches Class Action Settlement Website Is Live

May 3, 2023 – CVS Pharmacy Agrees to $3.8M Settlement in “Maximum Strength” Lidocaine Patches Class Action

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