60 Day Notice 2020-01190

AG Number: 
2020-01190
Notice PDF: 
Date Filed: 
05/11/2020
Noticing Party: 
Consumer Advocacy Group
Plaintiff Attorney: 
Reuben Yeroushalmi
Alleged Violators: 
Miniso Depot CA, Inc.
USA Miniso Depot Inc.
Miniso
Chemicals: 
Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)
Source: 
Sports Armband for Cellphone

60-Day Notice Document

Civil Complaint
AG Number:
2020-01190
Complaint PDF: 
Date Filed:
11/30/2020
Case Name: 
CAG v. Miniso
Court Name: 
Los Angeles County Superior Court
Court Docket Number: 
20STCV45524
Plaintiff: 
Consumer Advocacy Group
Plaintiff Attorney: 
Yeroushalmi & Yeroushalmi
Defendant: 
USA MINISO DEPOT, INC.
MINISO DEPOT CA, INC.
Type of Claim: 
Failure to Warn
Relief Sought: 
Warning
Civil Penalty
Contact Name: 
Reuben Yeroushalmi
Contact Organization: 
Yeroushalmi & Yeroushalmi
Email Address:
Address: 
9100 Wilshire Blvd., Ste 240W
City, State, Zip:
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Phone Number:
(310) 623-1926
Comments: 
Related to AG Number 2020-01225
Settlement
AG Number:
2020-01190
Settlement PDF: 
Settlement Date:
04/29/2022
Case Name: 
Consumer Advocacy Group, Inc. v. USA Miniso Depot, Inc.
Court Name: 
Los Angeles County Superior Court
Court Docket Number: 
20STCV45524
Plaintiff: 
Consumer Advocacy Group, Inc.
Plaintiff Attorney: 
Reuben Yeroushalmi
Defendant: 
USA Miniso Depot, Inc.
Injunctive Relief: 
After the Effective Date, 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. Any Covered Products that Settling Defendant manufactures for sale, distributes for sale, or ships for sale in California after the Effective Date that were ordered for manufacture prior to the Effective Date must contain a clear and reasonable warning, consistent with 27 CCR section 25600 et seq. unless it contains no more than 0.1% by weight (1,000 ppm) of the Listed Chemical(s).
*Non-Contingent Civil Penalty:
$ 22,860.00
Attorney(s) Fees and Costs:
$ 160,000.00
Payment in Lieu of Penalty:
$ 17,140.00  (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' time for work done on investigations, office supplies, mailing supplies and postage.)
Total Payments:
$ 200,000.00
Will settlement be submitted to court?
Will settlement be submitted to court?: 
Yes
Contact Name: 
Reuben Yeroushalmi
Contact Organization: 
Yeroushalmi & Yeroushalmi
Email Address:
admin@yeroushalmi.com
Address: 
9100 Wilshire Blvd Ste 240W
City, State, Zip:
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Phone Number:
(310) 623-1926
Comments: 
The proposed consent judgment also relates to AG #2020-01225


* A non-contingent civil penalty is the civil penalty that must be paid pursuant to the settlement, regardless of future events or actions of the defendant. If a settlement includes a contingent penalty, the plaintiff should report the additional penalty amount when it becomes due.