Results for "acetaminophen"

Equate Infant’s Pain & Fever Acetaminophen

November 5th, 2020

In August 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Perrigo Company and Walmart for allegedly misleadingly marketing that Equate Infant’s Pain & Fever Acetaminophen is formulated specifically for infants and charging more for the infants’ product than Equate Children’s Pain & Fever Acetaminophen Oral Suspension when, according to the complaint, the products contain the same


DG Infants’ Acetaminophen

November 3rd, 2020

In September 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Dollar General for allegedly misleading consumers by marketing its DG™ brand Infants’ Pain & Fever Acetaminophen and Children’s Pain & Fever Acetaminophen as different products in order to charge consumers more for the infants’ medication when, according to the complaint, both medicines contain the same amount


Up & Up Infants’ Acetaminophen Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever

October 7th, 2020

In September 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Target for allegedly misleadingly marketing Up & Up™ Infants’ Acetaminophen Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever and Children’s Acetaminophen Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever as different products and charging more for the infants’ product when, according to the complaint, the products contain the same amount of the active ingredient acetaminophen. (Seiller


Kroger’s Infants’ and Children’s Acetaminophen Medications

August 24th, 2020

In July 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against The Kroger Co. for allegedly misleadingly marketing Kroger® Infants’ Pain & Fever Acetaminophen and Kroger® Children’s Pain & Fever Acetaminophen as different products and charging more for the infants’ product when, according to plaintiffs, both products contains the same amount of the active ingredient acetaminophen. (Hartwich


Rite Aid’s Infants’ and Children’s Acetaminophen Products

August 24th, 2020

August 2020: This case was transferred from state court to federal court. (Case No. 20-cv-5476, N.D. Cal.) June 2020: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Rite Aid for allegedly misleadingly marketing that Infants’ Fever Reducer and Pain Reliever is beneficial and safer for children ages 2 to 3 years old, and charging more for the


Walgreens Acetaminophen Medications

August 21st, 2020

In August 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Walgreens for allegedly misleadingly marketing Infants’ Dye-Free Pain & Fever Acetaminophen and Children’s Dye-Free Pain & Fever Acetaminophen as different products and charging more for the Infants’ acetaminophen medication when, according to plaintiffs, both medications contain the same amount of the active ingredient acetaminophen. (Robinson et


TopCare Infants’ and Children’s Acetaminophen Medications

August 21st, 2020

In July 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Topco Associates for allegedly misleadingly marketing TopCare® Infants’ Pain & Fever Acetaminophen and TopCare® Children’s Pain & Fever Acetaminophen as different products and charging more for the Infants’ medication when, according to plaintiffs, both products contain the same amount of the active ingredient acetaminophen. (Harris et


Equate Infant’s and Children’s Pain & Fever Acetaminophen

August 21st, 2020

In June 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed alleging that Walmart misleads consumers by marketing Equate™ Infant’s Pain & Fever Acetaminophen and Equate™ Children’s Pain & Fever Acetaminophen as different products and charging more for the Infants’ medication when, according to plaintiffs, the products contain the same amount of the active ingredient acetaminophen and are


Rite Aid’s Infants’ and Children’s Acetaminophen Medications

August 21st, 2020

In July 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Rite Aid for allegedly misleadingly advertising its Infants’ Fever Reducer & Pain Reliever and Children’s Fever Reducer & Pain Reliever as different products and charging more for the Infants’ medication when, according to plaintiffs, the medications contain the same amount of the active ingredient acetaminophen. (Ostermeier-McLucas


Rite Aid Acetaminophen Rapid Release Gelcaps

July 31st, 2020

September 2019: A federal judge dismissed certain claims but allowed the false advertising claims to move forward. November 2018: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Rite Aid for allegedly misleadingly marketing its Acetaminophen Rapid Release Gelcaps as being comparable to Tylenol® Extra Strength Rapid Release Gels when, according to plaintiffs, the Tylenol® Gels have “unique


The Packaging of CVS® Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen Products

May 11th, 2016

March 2016: This lawsuit was dismissed in accordance with the terms of a confidential settlement agreement. December 2015: A class-action lawsuit was filed against CVS for allegedly deceptively packaging CVS® acetaminophen and ibuprofen products using ed packaging and making it appear as if consumers are getting more product than they actually are. According to the


Tylenol® Rapid Release Gelcaps

July 31st, 2020

May 2020: A federal judge dismissed certain claims but allowed the false advertising claims to move forward. July 2019: The same named plaintiff, along with several other individuals, filed a class-action lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson in a New Jersey court similarly alleging that Tylenol® rapid release products do not work faster than non-rapid release


Infants’ Tylenol

June 30th, 2020

June 2020: A federal court judge granted final approval of the settlement agreement. December 2019: A federal judge preliminarily approved the settlement agreement. A final fairness hearing is scheduled for June 22, 2020. For more information, go to http://www.infantstylenolsettlement.com/. September 2019: Plaintiffs moved for preliminary approval of a proposed settlement agreement. According to its terms,


Tylenol

September 23rd, 2013

A new in-depth report by ProPublica and This American Life is questioning Tylenol’s safety and labeling.


Excedrin Migraine Pain Relief

August 21st, 2013

A reader submitted a tip concerning the pricing of Excedrin Migraine Pain Reliever versus Excedrin Extra Strength Pain Reliever.



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