Klacko v. Diamond Foods
|Case Name||Klacko v. Diamond Foods|
|Jurisdiction||US District Court for S.D. FL|
Defendants retail chips under the brand name "Kettle." These chips are prominently advertised as being "all natural"; however, they commonly contain artificial ingredients including maltodextrin and dextrose. As a result of this misleading advertising, consumers purchased products they would not otherwise and paid a premium, believing the products contained no artificial ingredients.
|Final Approval Date||07/20/2015|
|Dismissal of Last Appeal||N/A|
First Amended Class Action Complaint.pdf
Preliminary Approval Order.pdf
Final Judgment and Order.pdf
|Added to Index||2017-04-10 08:54:33 -0700 MST|
|Last Updated||2017-04-10 09:36:13 -0700 MST|
NOTE: This objection was voluntarily withdrawn two weeks after it was filed.
NOTE: Dawn Weaver is frequently represented by Joseph Darrell Palmer in her objections, though he did not appear in this case.
|Attachments||Objection of Dawn Weaver.pdf
Withdrawal of Weaver Objection.pdf
|Added to Index||2017-04-10 09:35:00 -0700 MST|
|Last Updated||2017-04-10 09:35:08 -0700 MST|