09 Jul Johnson & Johnson – Baby Bedtime Bath / Lotion – National Class Action
Date of Initial Application: July 9, 2015
A settlement has been reached (and approved by the Superior Court of Quebec on March 23, 2018) in a class action lawsuit about the labeling and packaging of some of Johnson & Johnson’s Bedtime Bath Products. The plaintiff in the lawsuit claimed that Johnson & Johnson mislabeled its Bedtime Bath Products by describing certain Bedtime Bath Products as “clinically proven” to help a baby sleep better.
A negotiated settlement was reached whereby eligible residents of Canada may claim a cash refund of up to $3.00 per eligible product purchased, to a maximum of five (5) eligible products. No proof of purchase is required.
You are eligible to make a claim if you purchased one of the following eligible products, in Canada, during the period starting July 1, 2010.
Eligible Johnson & Johnson Baby Bedtime Bath Products include:
- Johnson’s Baby BEDTIME Lotion
- Johnson’s BEDTIME Baby Lotion
- Johnson’s Baby BEDTIME Bath
- Johnson’s BEDTIME Baby Bath
- Johnson’s BEDTIME Bubble Bath
- Johnson’s Baby BEDTIME Bubble Bath and Wash
- Johnson’s Baby BEDTIME Wash
- Johnson’s BEDTIME Baby Moisture Wash
- Johnson’s BEDTIME Touch Massage Gel
Who can receive benefits under this class action?
You may be a Class Member and entitled to receive a cash refund under the settlement agreement if:
- You are a Canadian resident, and;
- You purchased one of the eligible products listed above, and;
- You purchased the eligible product in Canada, and;
- Your purchase was made since July 1, 2010.
What type of benefit may you be eligible for?
A Class Member is eligible to receive a cash refund of up to $3.00 per eligible product purchased, to a maximum of five (5) eligible products per household. No proof of purchase is required.
A detailed notice, as well as the Settlement Agreement and other documents filed in this lawsuit can be found on this page.
LEX GROUP Inc. has launched a national class action lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson Inc. and Johnson & Johnson (hereinafter collectively “J&J”), on behalf of Canadians who have purchased one of J&J’s Baby BEDTIME line of products, including without limitation the following:
- Johnson’s ® Baby BEDTIME ® Lotion
- Johnson’s ® Baby BEDTIME ® Bath
(hereinafter collectively the “Baby Bedtime Products”).
J&J has marketed its Baby Bedtime Products as clinically proven to help babies sleep better through the night. The class action proceedings allege that J&J engaged in deceptive, misleading, false, and/or unfair advertising when promoting their Baby Bedtime Products as having the ability to help babies go to sleep easier and sleep better through the night. Moreover, the proceedings allege the use by J&J of deceptive and misleading clinical studies and claims in its marketing of the Baby Bedtime Products.
Accordingly, if you have purchased one of the Baby Bedtime Products mentioned above, then you may be part of the proposed Class defined by the class action initiated by our office. Should you be defined as a member of the class, you may be entitled to compensation should the Court authorize and ultimately grant the class action, or should a settlement be reached (and approved by the Court).
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