Various Method Cleaning and Personal Care Products

July 2017: The Daughtery case was dismissed with prejudice after the settlement in Vincent v. People Against Dirty was granted final approval.

March 2017: The Daughtery case was stayed pending approval of a settlement in a related action, Vincent v. People Against Dirty.

November 2016: A federal judge refused to stay the Labrado action pending approval of a settlement in a similar lawsuit because the Court lacked subject-matter jurisdiction and remanded the case to a California state court.

September and October 2016: Two class-action lawsuits were filed against Method Products for allegedly falsely marketing various cleaning and personal care products – including Foaming Hand Wash, Gel Hand Wash, All Purpose Surface Cleaner, and Smarty Dish Plus – as using “Natural” or “Naturally Derived” ingredients when they actually contain synthetic and other unnatural ingredients.

The Labrado complaint also alleges that the company markets products as plant-based, non-toxic, and hypoallergenic when, in reality, they contain ingredients that are not plant-based, not hypoallergenic, and that are toxic.

For more information about other class-action lawsuits regarding natural claims and’s coverage of the issue, click here.

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When a complaint is dismissed with prejudice, it cannot be refiled.

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