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Putative Class Action Filed for Alleged PFAS in Menstrual Products

A California resident has filed a putative action against Thinx Inc., a manufacturer of underwear designed for feminine hygiene purposes. Plaintiff alleges that, despite representations that it “take[s] consumer health and safety seriously,” Thinx  knowingly manufactured products containing dangerously high levels of PFAS. Plaintiff asserts claims for breach of implied warranty, unjust enrichment, violations of…

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Southern California Water Agency Sues Over Alleged PFAS Contamination

The Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency in Southern California filed suit against multiple companies—including Raytheon Technologies, Chemours, DuPont, and 3M—for alleged contributions of PFAS to the area water supply. Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency’s suit has been added to a growing list of public water providers’ claims consolidated in the South Carolina MDL. October 28,…

PFAS Manufacturers Sued for Contamination at California Airport

The Monterey Peninsula Airport District filed suit against several PFAS manufacturers in one of the latest additions to the ever-growing South Carolina AFFF MDL. In the suit, the District seeks damages, attorneys’ costs and fees, and alleges diminished property value due to alleged PFOA and PFOS contamination at the Monterey Regional Airport in California. October…

Putative Consumer Class Action Alleges PFAS in Disposable Dinnerware

Plaintiff filed a putative class action against Amazon on behalf of consumers who purchased disposable foodware Defendant allegedly advertised as compostable. Plaintiff contends these products contain PFAS and thus, given PFAS’ resistance to degradation, are not compostable. Plaintiff asserts claims for violations of the California Business & Professions Code, breach of express warranty, and unjust…

Putative Consumer Class Action Alleges PFAS in Disposable Dinnerware

Plaintiff filed a putative class action against Amazon on behalf of consumers who purchased disposable foodware Defendant allegedly advertised as compostable. Plaintiff contends these products contain PFAS and thus, given PFAS’ resistance to degradation, are not compostable. Plaintiff asserts claims for violations of the California Business & Professions Code, breach of express warranty, and unjust…