Class Action

SoundBody Maximum Strength Lidocaine Patches

Class Action

SoundBody Maximum Strength Lidocaine Patches


Case Name (Date)

Barnes et al. v. Big Lots, Inc.
22-cv-9782, S.D.N.Y.
(Nov. 2016)


Product/Service

SoundBody Maximum Strength Lidocaine Patches


Allegations

Misleadingly implying that products adhere for 12 hours when they don’t

Misleadingly marketing products as “Maximum Strength” when the dosage of lidocaine is reduced because patches detach

Marketing that patches relieve pain by “Desensitiz[ing] Aggravated Nerves” when the FDA has determined such claims are misleading


Status

Pending



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