60 Day Notice 2021-01474

AG Number: 
Notice PDF: 
Date Filed: 
Noticing Party: 
Maureen Parker
Plaintiff Attorney: 
Stephen Ure
Alleged Violators: 
MEECO Manufacturing Company, Inc
Tractor Supply Company
A-MAZE-N Products, Inc
Carbon monoxide
soots, tar and mineral oils (coal tar)
A-MAZE-N Gel Firestarter

60-Day Notice Document

AG Number:
Settlement PDF: 
Settlement Date:
Case Name: 
Court Name: 
Private Settlement
Court Docket Number: 
Maureen Parker
Plaintiff Attorney: 
Stephen Ure
A-MAZE-N Products, Inc.
Injunctive Relief: 
Commencing sixty (60) days after the Execution Date, A-MAZE-N shall not sell, offer for sale, ship for sale or otherwise distribute or allow to be distributed in California any Covered Products, unless the sales and distribution of the Covered Products are in full compliance with California Code of Regulations, Title 27, Article 6, Clear and Reasonable Warning Requirements Sec. 25601-25603 (see also "www.P65Warnings.ca.gov." The parties agree that the following language satisfy the requirements of section 2.1 of the settlement agreement: "WARNING: This product can expose you to carbon monoxide and soot, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov" OR "WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive harm www.P65Warnings.ca.gov." Covered Products that were manufactured, packed, or labeled prior to the Execution Date shall be permitted to be sold as previously manufactured, packed or labeled.
*Non-Contingent Civil Penalty:
$ 100.00
Attorney(s) Fees and Costs:
$ 10,900.00
Payment in Lieu of Penalty:
$ 0.00
Total Payments:
$ 11,000.00
Will settlement be submitted to court?
Contact Name: 
Stephen Ure
Contact Organization: 
Law Offices of Stephen Ure, PC
Email Address:
11622 El Camino Real, Suite 100
City, State, Zip:
San Diego, CA 92130
Phone Number:
(161) 923-55400

* 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.