Has your company been accused of violating California’s Made in the USA law? The Watkins Firm has decades of experience defending Made in the USA lawsuits and class actions in San Diego and Southern California. California’s Made in the USA law was significantly relaxed a few years ago to come more into alignment with federal statutes. This was expected to relieve a significant number of Court cases in California. The change has not had the desired effect as the number of Made in the USA lawsuits and class actions has increased, not decreased.
In order to qualify for a “Made in the USA” label, “all or virtually all” of a products ingredients or components must be made in the united states. In many cases if the product is completely assembled in the United States and the amount of “foreign content” is “negligible” the product is to be considered as “Made in the USA” according to FTC standards and California law.
If your company is facing a class action or lawsuit due to questions of “Made in the USA” labeling you will need attorneys with extensive expertise in litigation and class action defense. The Watkins Firm has served San Diego business owners and employers for decades. We are experienced attorneys defending Made in the USA class actions and lawsuits, and take a unique approach to litigation that is designed to resolve things as quickly and efficiently as possible while accomplishing our client’s goals.
The good news for our clients is there is a strong legal basis to fight these lawsuits and claims ultimately resulting in their dismissal. We invite you to review the recommendations of our clients and call 858-535-1511 for a free consultation with one of our expert attorneys. We will help you to understand the process your case will follow, as well as the class action defense strategies we can employ to protect you and your company. These cases carry substantial financial risk for your company. You can entrust your case to San Diego attorneys with decades of experience and expertise defending Made in the USA class actions and lawsuits.