January 25th, 2019
Summer 2017: A judge granted final approval of the settlement. May 2017: The plaintiffs filed an amended complaint alleging that Iovate falsely markets Hydroxycut brand weight-loss products as “[s]cientifically [r]esearched” and “[c]linically-[p]roven” to promote weight loss when, according to plaintiffs, the key ingredients do not promote weight loss. The parties also revised their settlement agreement
December 1st, 2014
November 2014: After preliminarily approving this settlement in May 2014, a federal judge granted final approval of the $14 million settlement. April 2014: The parties moved for preliminary approval of a $14 million settlement of the class-action lawsuit. According to the settlement terms, class members may receive either a $15 refund or free products for
May 22nd, 2017
False advertising and wrongful death are among a plethora of allegations filed against the supplement retailer.