Settlement reported to AG:
CONSUMER ADVOCACY GROUP, INC v. USA MINISO DEPOT, INC.
Los Angeles County Superior Court
CONSUMER ADVOCACY GROUP, INC.
USA MINISO DEPOT, INC. a Delaware Corporation
Settling Defendant shall not order for manufacture and
then distribute for sale or offer for sale any Covered Products as specifically identified by style
number, SKU number or UPC code in the Notices with any component that contains the Listed
Chemical(s) in excess of 0.1% (1,000 parts per million) by weight
*Non-Contingent Civil Penalty:
Attorney(s) Fees and Costs:
Payment in Lieu of Penalty:
$ 17,140.00 ( Settling Defendant shall issue one check for seventeen thousand one hundred and forty dollars ($17,140) to “Consumer Advocacy Group, Inc , ” pursuant to Health & Safety Code § 25249.7(b) and California Code of Regulations, Title 11 §3203(d). CAG will use this portion of the Total Settlement Payment as follows, eighty five percent (85%) for fees of investigation, purchasing and testing for the Proposition 65 Listed Chemical in various products, and for expert fees for evaluating exposures through various mediums, including but not limited to consumer product, occupational, and environmental exposures to the Proposition 65 Listed Chemical, and the cost of hiring consulting and retaining experts who assist with the extensive scientific analysis necessary for those files in litigation and to offset the costs of future litigation enforcing Proposition 65 but excluding attorney fees; fifteen percent (15%) for administrative costs incurred during investigation and litigation to reduce the public’s exposure to the Proposition 65 Listed Chemicals by notifying those persons and/or entities believed to be responsible for such exposures and attempting to persuade those persons and/or entities to reformulate their products or the source of exposure to completely eliminate or lower the level of the Proposition 65 Listed Chemicals including but not limited to costs of documentation and tracking of products investigated, storage of products, website enhancement and maintenance, computer and software maintenance, investigative equipment, CAG’s member’ 5 time for work done on investigations, office supplies, mailing supplies and postage Within 30 days of a request from the Attorney General, CAG shall provide to the Attorney General copies of documentation demonstrating how the above funds have been spent. CAG shall be solely responsible for ensuring the proper expenditure of such additional settlement payment.)
Is Judgment Pursuant to Settlement?
Yeroushalmi & Yeroushalmi
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City, State, Zip:
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