Class Action

Jackal and Jackal Carnage Bowling Balls

Class Action

Jackal and Jackal Carnage Bowling Balls

A class-action lawsuit was filed against Motiv Bowling in March 2016 for allegedly misleadingly marketing its bowling balls – including the Jackal and Jackal Carnage balls – as meeting the United States Bowling Congress’s (USBC’s) specifications and certifications when such claims are not true. (The USBC is the national governing body for ten-pin bowling and bowling balls used in USBC certified competitions must comply with and be certified under the current USBC Equipment Specifications and Certifications Manual.) The lawsuit was transferred to federal court in April 2016. (Tatum et al v. Wilbur Products, Inc. d/b/a Motiv Bowling, Case No. 16-cv-643, N. D. AL.)

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