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Nathaniel Schwartz v. Lights of America, Inc. et al

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Case overview

Case Number:



California Central

Nature of Suit:

Fraud or Truth-In-Lending

Multi Party Litigation:

Class Action


James V. Selna


  1. August 27, 2012

    Class Again Denied Cert. In False Ads Suit Over LED Bulbs

    A California federal judge on Monday tentatively ruled to again deny certification of a nationwide class in a suit accusing manufacturer Lights of America Inc. of deceptively marketing its light-emitting diode bulbs, saying a recent Ninth Circuit ruling bars national certification under the state's consumer protection laws.

  2. July 31, 2012

    Consumers Seek Class Cert. In Suit Over LED Bulbs

    A class of consumers suing manufacturer Lights of America Inc. over alleged deceptions regarding the life span and brightness of its light-emitting diode bulbs on Monday requested class certification under California's false advertising law, a change of tactic following the denial of their initial bid six weeks prior.

  3. June 18, 2012

    Judge Pulls Plug On Class In LED Bulb False Ad Suit

    A California federal judge on Friday denied class certification to consumers who alleged manufacturer Lights of America Inc. exaggerated marketing claims about its light-emitting diode bulbs, but indicated he would support future certification for a narrower class.