July 27th, 2017
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 and moved for final approval of the new agreement. According
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.