Clorox/Home Cleaning 30336 7 Lb. Fresh Step Cat Litter

About Fresh Step® Litter
Fresh Step® Litter is a product of The Clorox Pet Products Company, a subsidiary of The Clorox Company, headquartered in Oakland, Calif. The Clorox Company is a leading manufacturer and marketer of consumer products with 8,300 employees and fiscal year 2010 revenues of $5.53 billion. For more information about Fresh Step® litter, visit . Follow Fresh Step on Facebook at or on twitter at @freshsteplitter.

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The Clorox Fresh Step Cat Litter Class Action Lawsuit is In re: Clorox Consumer Litigation, Case No. 3:12-cv-00280, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

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Clorox Co Fresh Step Scoop Pail 28 Pound - 03043 “Clorox’s representations are false, misleading and reasonably likely to deceive the public,” the Fresh Step class action lawsuit says, which has caused consumers to pay a significant premium for Fresh Step over competing cat litter brands.

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The Fresh Step cat litter class action lawsuit is brought on behalf of all persons or entities that purchased Fresh Step cat litter in the United States between January 2008 and the present. It is seeking compensatory damages and full restitution to the Class.A copy of the Clorox Fresh Step Class Action Lawsuit can be read .

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On Feb. 18, a federal judge approved a joint motion to dismiss a proposed Fresh Step cat litter class action lawsuit against the Clorox Co., after both parties involved in the litigation informed the California court that the plaintiffs had agreed to settle the false advertising claims against the company.Plaintiffs Megan Sterritt, Kristin Luszcz, Lori Kowalewski, Tina Butler-Furr, Catherine Lenz, and Susan Doyle (all Clorox Fresh Step consumers from the states of California, Florida, New York, New Jersey, and Texas) in January 2012, alleging Clorox falsely advertised that its carbon-based Fresh Step cat litter was more effective at eliminating odors than other brand-name cat litters, such as those that contain baking soda.The six named plaintiffs notified U.S. District Judge Samuel Conti they unanimously agreed to dismiss the consolidated Clorox class action lawsuit with prejudice after Clorox reached a deal with them. This Fresh Step settlement news comes just six months after the judge in this Fresh Step cat litter class action lawsuit for five state-specific subclasses because they were allegedly not ascertainable.While in August of the same year, the Clorox class action lawsuit had been left intact to represent all persons and/or entities that purchased Fresh Step cat litter within the United States from January 2008 to the present.