60 Day Notice 2018-01405

AG Number: 
2018-01405
Notice PDF: 
Date Filed: 
08/16/2018
Noticing Party: 
Center for Advanced Public Awareness, Inc. ("CAPA")
Plaintiff Attorney: 
Kawahito Law Group APC
Alleged Violators: 
Forever 21, Inc.
Chemicals: 
Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)
Source: 
Audiophone Headphones

60-Day Notice Document

Settlement
AG Number:
2018-01405
Settlement PDF: 
Settlement Date:
02/15/2019
Case Name: 
N/A
Court Name: 
N/A
Court Docket Number: 
N/A
Plaintiff: 
Center for Advanced Public Awareness, Inc. ("CAPA")
Plaintiff Attorney: 
Kawahito Law Group APC
Defendant: 
Forever 21, Inc.
Injunctive Relief: 
Forever 21 agrees to only import, manufacture and/or sell or offer for sale or purchase for sale in or into California, Covered Products which are "Reformulated Products." For purposes of this Settlement Agreement, "Reformulated Products" shall mean Covered Products, including any printed, appliqued, dyed or other graphic image present on any accessible component of any Covered Product, containing less than or equal to 1,000 parts per million (0.1%) DEHP in each accessible component when analyzed pursuant to Environmental Protection Agency testing methodologies 3580A and 8270C, CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3, or equivalent methodologies utilized by federal or state agencies for the purpose of determining DEHP content in a solid substance, or any other methodology utilized by federal or state agencies for the purpose of determining phthalate content in a solid substance.
*Non-Contingent Civil Penalty:
$ 3,000.00
Attorney(s) Fees and Costs:
$ 24,500.00
Payment in Lieu of Penalty:
$ 0.00
Total Payments:
$ 27,500.00
Will settlement be submitted to court?
Will settlement be submitted to court?: 
No
Contact Name: 
James Kawahito
Contact Organization: 
Kawahito Law Group APC
Email Address:
jkawahito@kawahitolaw.com
Address: 
222 North Pacific Coast Hwy., Suite 2222
City, State, Zip:
El Segundo, CA 90245
Phone Number:
(310) 746-5300


* 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.