Pampers Baby Wipes
November 2016: A consolidated complaint was filed alleging that Procter & Gamble deceptively markets Pampers “natural clean” wipes as being natural and a safer alternative to traditional wipes when, according to plaintiffs, the wipes actually contain an unnatural and potentially harmful ingredient, phenoxyethanol. (The consolidated complaint was amended in April 2017.)
October 2016: The Brenner and Banegas actions were consolidated.
September 2016: The Banegas action was transferred to a California court.
June and July 2016: Two class-action lawsuits were filed against Procter & Gamble for allegedly falsely marketing Pampers baby wipes as “natural” when they are not. To read the complaints, click the case information below.
- Brenner et al v. Procter & Gamble Co., Case No. 16-cv-1093, C. D. CA.
- Banegas et al v. The Procter & Gamble Company, Case No. 16-cv-61617, S. D. FL.
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