Joe’s Jeans “Made in the USA” Class Action Settlement
You are in the class if you who made a purchase in the United States of Joe’s products or Hudson’s products containing foreign-made component parts that was labeled as “MADE IN USA” or “MADE IN THE USA” (the “Products”), from January 7, 2011, to December 31, 2015, for non-commercial use.
Tote or T-Shirt
Restitution to every Qualifying Claimant who timely submits an executed valid Claim Form. Restitution will consist of, one (1) Tote Bag (conservatively valued at $55.00), OR one t-shirt (in the size of the Qualifying Claimant’s section) (approximate retail value of $68.00) to the Qualifying Claimant per Product purchased by the Claimant.
Proof of Purchase
Card v. Joe’s Jeans CASE NO. 37-2015-00021834-CU-BT-CTLSUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
The Actions allege that Defendants violated California law by improperly labeling and selling Joe’s and Hudson products as “Made in USA” when doing so was prohibited by a California false advertising statute that requires that if any foreign-made component is part of a product that is otherwise designed, produced and assembled in the U.S., that product cannot be labeled as “Made In USA.”