Mollicone v. Universal Handicraft
Case No. 1:17-cv-21468-RNS
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
If You Purchased an Adore Organic Innovation Product Between September 29, 2012 and April 13, 2018,
You May Benefit From a Proposed Class Action Settlement.
Please read this website carefully, your legal rights may be affected.
Please read this notice carefully. A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit alleging violations of consumer protection and warranty laws, and claims that the defendants misrepresented the anti-aging benefits of certain Adore Organic Innovation products that are marketed as containing a plant stem cell formula. Defendants deny all of these allegations. The Court did not rule in favor of Plaintiffs or Defendants. Instead, because of the complexity and uncertainty of litigation, the parties negotiated and agreed to a proposed settlement in order to avoid the expense and risks of continuing with the lawsuit.
|YOUR OPTIONS AND IMPORTANT DEADLINES IN THIS SETTLEMENT|
|SUBMIT A CLAIM FORM POSTMARKED BY AUGUST 21, 2018||This is the only way to claim either a cash payment or gift card from the Settlement Fund. You can file a claim online. Or mail in a paper claim form.|
|EXCLUDE YOURSELF FROM THE CLASS BY JULY 2, 2018||If you opt out of the settlement, you will not be eligible to receive the Settlement Benefits, but you will keep your right to sue on your own regarding any claims that are part of the settlement. You can file an opt-out form online here.|
|OBJECT OR COMMENT BY JULY 2, 2018||You may write to the Court about why you do, or do not, like the Settlement. You must remain in the class to comment in support of or in opposition to the settlement.|
|APPEAR IN THE LAWSUIT OR ATTEND
A HEARING ON AUGUST 10, 2018
|You may ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the settlement. You may enter your appearance in Court through an attorney at your own expense if you so desire.|
|DO NOTHING||If you do nothing, you will receive no reimbursement. You also give up your right to sue on your own regarding any claims that are part of the settlement.|