This case is about Mead Johnson’s advertising. This case is not about the safety of Enfamil LIPIL. No one is claiming that it is unsafe. No one is challenging the nutrition it provides and no one disputes that Enfamil LIPIL contains DHA and ARA.
The Class includes anyone who bought Enfamil LIPIL infant formula in the United States between October 13, 2005 and March 31, 2010.
You are not included in the Class if:
– You received Enfamil LIPIL infant formula through the U.S.D.A.’s Women, Infants and Children program (“WIC”), or
– You bought the product for the purpose of resale.
Those included in the Settlement will be eligible to receive a payment up to $12 or two free cans of formula. The amount of benefits you may receive will be based on the length of time you bought the formula. There is a limit of one claim per household.
If you are a Class Member and you want to participate in the Settlement, you must complete and submit a Claim Form by November 25, 2011. There is a limit of one claim per household.
This offer is only valid for residents of:
* United States