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Degree MotionSense UltraClear Black + White Women’s Antiperspirants

October 15th, 2019

October 2019: This case was transferred from state court to federal court. (Case No. 19-cv-2726, E. D. MO.) July 2019: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Unilever for allegedly misleadingly marketing Degree MotionSense UltraClear Black + White Women’s Antiperspirants as providing “stain-free protection” and being “anti yellow stains” and “anti white marks” when, according to


Axe Anti-Marks Antiperspirants

October 11th, 2019

October 2019: This case was transferred to federal court. (Case No. 19-cv-2723, E. D. MO.) July 2019: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Unilever for allegedly falsely marketing that its Axe Anti Marks Protection line of antiperspirants provides protection from and do not produce white marks and yellow stains when, according to plaintiffs, the active


Speed Stick Stain Guard Antiperspirants

October 11th, 2019

October 2019: This case was transferred from state court to federal court. (Case No. 19-cv-2710, E. D. MO.) July 2019: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Colgate-Palmolive for allegedly falsely marketing Speed Stick Stain Guard Antiperspirants as fighting yellow stains and white marks while providing odor and wetness protection when, according to plaintiffs, the active


Dove Invisible Dryspray

October 17th, 2019

October 2019: This case was transferred from state court to federal court. (Case No. 19-cv-2704, E. D. MO.) July 2019: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Unilever for allegedly misleadingly advertising that Dove Invisible Dryspray antiperspirants do not leave any white marks when, according to plaintiffs, the active ingredient in the antiperspirants (aluminum chlorohydrate) actually


Speed Stick® Deodorants

September 19th, 2016

August 2015: The claims in this lawsuit were dismissed , the reasons for which have not been disclosed. September 2014: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Colgate-Palmolive Company for allegedly deceptively packaging deodorants and antiperspirants, including Speed Stick® Power and Speed Stick® Deodorant. According to the complaint, the size of the container gives consumers the


Ban® Invisible Solids Deodorants

August 2nd, 2016

October 2015: This action was voluntarily dismissed . The reasons for the dismissal have not been disclosed. April 2015: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Kao USA Inc., the marketer of Ban® deodorant and antiperspirants, for allegedly deceptively marketing Ban® Invisible Solids Deodorants. Specifically, the complaint alleges that the deodorant containers misleadingly list the net


Degree® and Dove® Deodorants

August 2nd, 2016

October/November 2015: This action was dismissed , in accordance with the terms of a Confidential Settlement Agreement. June 2015: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Unilever for allegedly deceptively packaging and labeling Degree® and Dove® deodorants and antiperspirants. Specifically, the complaint alleges that the packaging includes net weight statements that are actually greater than the


Degree® Deodorants

April 8th, 2016

September 2015: A federal judge dismissed this lawsuit. The false advertising claims were dismissed because plaintiffs did not sufficiently allege that advertisements are false and that they relied on such false claims. Other claims – including the slack-fill and usable net weight claims – were dismissed because the judge found that the FDA regulates the


Gillette® and Old Spice® Deodorants

September 22nd, 2015

December 2014: The parties agreed to dismiss this lawsuit. The reasons for the dismissal have not yet been disclosed. September 2014: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Procter & Gamble for allegedly deceptively packaging several antiperspirants and deodorants, including Gillette® Odor Shield Invisible Solid, Old Spice® High Endurance Invisible Solid, and Old Spice® Classic. The



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