Class Action

Energizer AA MAX Batteries

Class Action

Energizer AA MAX Batteries


Case Name (Date)

Skylar et al v. Energizer Brands, LLC
20-cv-6216, E.D.N.Y.
(Dec. 2020)


Product/Service

Energizer AA MAX batteries


Allegations

Misleadingly marketing that batteries are “Up to 50% longer lasting than basic alkaline in demanding devices” when such claims are not true


Status

Pending



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Energizer’s AA MAX Batteries

Class Action

Energizer’s AA MAX Batteries

Allegations: Misleadingly marketing that batteries are “Up to 50% longer lasting than basic alkaline in demanding devices” when such claims are not true


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