Girard Gibbs’ attorneys have successfully litigated a number of false advertising lawsuits against some of the nation’s largest corporations, achieving significant recoveries on behalf of consumers.
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Attorneys with Gibbs Law Group have filed a class action lawsuit against the Liquidation Channel, known as LC, alleging that the web- and TV-based home shopping retailer uses deceptive and false advertising practices throughout its marketing and up to the point of sale to induce customers to buy jewelry and gems at a purportedly discounted price.
Girard Gibbs’ false advertising lawyers filed a class action lawsuit against Tyson Foods, Inc., alleging that Tyson’s advertisements claiming certain brands of Tyson chicken were “Raised Without Antibiotics” constituted misleading food labels in violation of the law.
Girard Gibbs’ false advertising lawyers have filed a class action lawsuit alleging that Brazilian Blowout violated California law by advertising its Brazilian Blowout hair straightening product as safe and formaldehyde free, when it has been found to contain significant amounts of formaldehyde, a “probable human carcinogen.”
In March 2011, Girard Gibbs LLP and co-counsel Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC and The Wentz Law Firm filed a national class action lawsuit alleging that DISH unlawfully raised its prices for satellite television services in February 2011. The suit alleges that DISH breached its contracts and violated the Colorado Consumer Protection Act when it raised prices on customers who were bound by a two-year contract with discounted pricing for the first 12-months. The Court approved a settlement on March 23, 2012.
Girard Gibbs’ false advertising lawyers filed a class action lawsuit against Apple on behalf of affected iPod owners, alleging that Apple’s advertising about iPod’s battery life was false and misleading. The lawsuit’s complaint alleged consumer fraud, deceptive advertising, and unfair business practices, in violation of various consumer protection laws.
Girard Gibbs’ false advertising lawyers filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of U.S. Hyundai and Kia owners and lessees, contending that Hyundai continued to advertise false horsepower ratings in the United States even after the Korean Ministry’s findings. The class action complaint alleged that Hyundai and Kia were able to sell more vehicles and charge more per vehicle because of the deceptive advertising.