Williams-Sonoma Sheets’ Thread Count

Some of the claims in a false advertising class-action lawsuit filed against Williams-Sonoma in early 2016 for allegedly falsely advertising the thread count of its sheets were dismissed in August 2016. The complaint alleges, among other things, that the store advertises its “Signature 600-Thread-Count Sateen Bedding” as having a 600 thread count when it actually has a thread count of only 291. The dismissed claims largely pertain to unpurchased products and those against other defendants (including Pottery Barn, PBKids, PBTeen, West Elm, and WSS). The remaining claims will continue to move forward. To learn more about all of the dismissed and continuing claims, click here. (Rushing et al v. Williams-Sonoma, Inc. et al, Case No. 16-cv-1421, N. D. CA.)

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