Class Action

Smashburger’s Triple Double Burgers

Class Action

Smashburger’s Triple Double Burgers

2021: Plaintiffs moved for preliminary approval of a settlement agreement.

May 2019: The two lawsuits were consolidated. (In Re Smashburger Ip Holder LLC, Case No. 19-cv-993, C.D. Cal.)

February-April 2019: Two class-action lawsuits were filed against Smashburger for allegedly misleadingly marketing that its Triple Double, Bacon Triple Double, and Pub Triple Double burgers with two beef patties contain “Double the Beef” when, according to plaintiffs, the Triple Double burgers actually have the same amount of beef as the Classic Smashburgers with one beef patty. According to the complaint, each beef patty in the Triple Double burgers is half the size of the beef patty in the Classic Smashburgers. Click on the links below to see each complaint.


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