Chippewa Made In USA Settlement
- Filing process can be completed by mail or online
- FAQs are available to handle settlement questions
- Administrator contact information is available
By now it has become fairly evident that many consumers like to know where the products they are buying actually came from. For example, a recently settled class action lawsuit called Djoric v. Justin Brands, Inc. was originally filed over allegations that the Defendant misled consumers as to the origins of its products by claiming they were “Handcrafted in the USA” when they contained at least one foreign produced part. However, it should be made clear that the Defendant does in fact dispute the allegations of misrepresenting the origins of its products. At this point it doesn’t appear the merits of either sides’ arguments will ever unfold in court as the parties have agreed to settle the matter prior to trial. Those who believe they may be eligible to benefit can review the information found at the Chippewa Made In USA Settlement page to find out more about the settlement and its eligibility limitations.
More Food for Thought on the Settlement
- Products must have been purchased from March 1st, 2011 to June 30th, 2017
- Class Members must have resided in California while purchasing the products
- The deadline to file a claim is set for September 7th, 2018 (plenty of time left!)
- Exclusions requests and objections must be filed no later than July 9th, 2018
- The Fairness Hearing is currently scheduled to be held on July 31st, 2018 (9 AM)
Those who determine they are indeed an eligible Class Member can begin the online filing process by clicking the Online Claim Form link posted at the top of the Chippewa Made In USA Settlement page. Class Members who would plan to file by mail should keep in mind that correspondence should be sent directly to the Claims Administrator and post-marked by the September 7th, 2018 deadline. Many questions about the settlement can be answered by reviewing the information found under the FAQs section of the online settlement page (somehow an answer found through an FAQ list always seems more satisfying than placing a call for help). Those who come up empty-handed after reviewing the FAQs can try reaching out to the Claims Administrator for further assistance.
Claims Administrator Contact Information
- PO Box 91306, Seattle, WA 98111