Cookware Co. Takes Heat Over Faulty Nonstick Pans

Law360 (September 10, 2019, 2:46 PM EDT) -- A cookware manufacturer is under fire in Illinois federal court as a putative class of buyers allege that its signature nonstick cooking pans fail to live up to the company’s promises of a lifetime guarantee.

Consumers claim in a proposed class action that Copper Chef pans are defective and were falsely marketed. Marshall Slutsky and Glenn Graeves told the court on Monday that Tristar Products Inc.’s Copper Chef line of pans lose their nonstick properties within days of regular use, despite the company’s ads and promotions claiming they last a lifetime. Slutsky and Graeves are looking to represent all customers nationwide who...

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