THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI
Daryl White, Jr., v. Rust-Oleum Corporation (Case No. 16AC-CC00533)
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If you purchased Rust-Oleum 2X spray paint Products in the United States, you may be entitled to a cash benefit as part of a proposed class action settlement.
Rust-Oleum denies any wrongdoing. It contends that the Products were truthfully marketed and labeled.
The Action contends that the Rust-Oleum 2X spray paint Products were improperly labeled as providing twice the coverage of competing brands. The Action seeks a court order to preclude such marketing and to refund customers a portion of the purchase price.
This class action Settlement will resolve a lawsuit against Rust-Oleum Corporation (“Rust-Oleum” or “Defendant”). It affects all natural Persons who, between December 12, 2011 and May 30, 2017, purchased, in the United States, for personal use and not for resale, Rust-Oleum 2X spray paint Products, including: Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch Ultra Cover 2X spray paint, Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch 2X Ultra Cover spray paint, Rust-Oleum PaintPlus Ultra Cover 2X spray paint, Rust-Oleum American Accents Ultra Cover 2X spray paint, and Rust-Oleum American Accents 2X Ultra Cover spray paint.
This website concerns a case called Daryl White, Jr. v. Rust-Oleum Corp., Case No. 16AC-CC00533, pending in Cole County Circuit Court, Missouri
PLEASE DO NOT TELEPHONE THE COURT OR THE COURT CLERK’S OFFICE TO INQUIRE ABOUT THIS SETTLEMENT OR THE CLAIM PROCESS.
Your legal rights and options:
Opt-Out: You have the right to ask to be excluded (opt-out) from the Settlement. This is the only option that allows you to ever bring or join another lawsuit against Rust-Oleum that raises the same legal claims released by this Settlement. You will receive no payment.
Object: You have the right to tell the Court you have an objection to the Settlement. You can do this only if you do not exclude (opt-out).
Go to The Hearing: You have the right to speak in Court about the Settlement. You can do this only if you do not exclude yourself and if you submit a timely written objection to the Settlement with the Court before the date of the Final Approval Hearing.
Do Nothing: If
you do nothing, you will not receive a
settlement payment even if the Court
approves the proposed settlement. You will also be giving up your right to
individually bring claims against the Defendant regarding
the claims and/or potential claims resolved by this Settlement.