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A bad romance: Lady Gaga sued over tsunami relief charity wristbands

USA - July 7 2011 Two attorneys from the Michigan-based 1-800-LAW-FIRM recently filed a class action lawsuit against Lady Gaga and her corporate partners in connection with the promotion and sale of wristbands to benefit victims of the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

CPSC announces first civil penalty enforcing CPSIA: Daiso agrees to create product safety program, to audit all products, and to pay $2 million civil penalty

USA - March 12 2010 On March 2, 2010, the Consumer Product Safety Commission ("CPSC" or "Commission") announced a settlement agreement with Daiso Holding USA Inc., Daiso Seattle LLC, Daiso California LLC, and one of the companies’ officers (collectively, “Daiso”).

New York AG issues best practices for cause marketing

USA - October 19 2012 It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so pink adorns store shelves, NFL players and coaches, and even the White House (for a night).

Ralph's and the Kroger Company accused of overcharging consumers

USA - May 19 2010 A recent lawsuit filed by the Los Angeles City Attorney's office should serve as a good reminder to retailers and manufacturers to comply with state and local weights and measures statutes.

CPSC issues revised Recall Handbook and new guidelines for reverse logistics plans

USA - March 2 2012 Yesterday the Consumer Product Safety Commission ("CPSC") announced a revised version of its Recall Handbook and new Guidelines for Retailers and Reverse Logistics Providers ("Reverse Logistics Guidelines").