A class action settlement has been reached with apparel manufacturer AG Adriano Goldschmied Inc. and retailer Nordstrom Inc. over allegations they sold clothing with labels that did not properly disclose the fabric’s country of origin.
If you purchased an AG Adriano Goldschmied product in California that was labeled “Made in USA” or “Made in the USA” between 2010 and 2016, you may be eligible to claim one free $20 promo code or one free pair of AG pants per qualifying product purchased.
AG Adriano Goldschmied (“AGAG”) is a leading designer and manufacturer of men’s and women’s denim jean products, including jeans, shorts, skirts and dresses, maternity wear, knits, sweaters, and jackets. AGAG sells it products through its own stores, online, and through high-end retailers such as Nordstrom.
If approved, the AG Adriano Goldschmied settlement will resolve a class action lawsuit (David Paz v. AG Adriano Goldschmied Inc. and Nordstrom Inc.) that alleges the defendants misrepresented the country of origin of various AGAG products from June 4, 2010 to February 29, 2016, by claiming the products were “Made in USA” or “Made in USA of Imported Fabric” when they contained one or more foreign-made component parts that were not disclosed on the label.
The defendants deny the allegations but have agreed a class action lawsuit settlement to resolve the litigation and avoid the expense and uncertainty of going to trial.
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