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Williams v. Total Life Changes, LLC
Court File No. 27-CV-20-14517 (Minnesota)

On November 10, 2020, we filed a case against Total Life Changes, LLC (“TLC”), in Hennepin County, Minnesota state court on behalf of Plaintiff Williams and other similarly situated Minnesota consumers.

As alleged in the complaint, Defendant TLC represented (and continues to represent) through product packaging, product literature, Defendant’s retail website, and statements by Defendant’s representatives, that Defendant’s Raspberry Lemonade Instant Tea (“Tea”) does not contain Tetrahydrocannabinol (“THC”) when in fact the product does contain THC.

Plaintiff saw, read, and relied on Defendant’s representations regarding the Tea’s THC levels, and ultimately decided to purchase the Tea. After purchasing and consuming the Tea, Plaintiff failed her employer drug test and was terminated after the test came back positive for THC.

As alleged in the complaint, Defendant’s representations that its Raspberry Lemonade Instant Tea does not contain THC are false. Plaintiff brings this action to remedy Defendant’s unlawful practices on behalf of herself and other similarly situated Minnesota consumers.

Type of Case

Consumer

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Am I eligible?

This case seeks to represent all persons who within the last six years of the filing of this complaint: (1) purchased Raspberry Lemonade Flavored Iaso Tea Instant from Defendant or Defendant’s Life Changers; (2) while residing in Minnesota; (3) for personal use and not for resale. If you have questions about whether you are included in this class, contact us.

Additional Information

What is a Class Action?

In a class action lawsuit, one or more people, called the “class representatives,” sue on behalf of themselves and other people who have similar claims. Together, this group of people is called a “class” or “class members.” The class representative and the class members together are called the “Plaintiffs.” The companies they sue are called the “Defendants.” The judge or jury resolves the claims for everyone in the class—except those who ask to be excluded from the lawsuit.

How Long will this Take?

Class actions can often take years. Please check this page periodically for updates on the case’s status.

How do I Join This Case?

As part of our investigatory efforts, we are interested in speaking with others who purchased TLC’s Raspberry Lemonade Flavor Iaso Tea Instant product in Minnesota.

You may contact us toll free at 1-877-448-0492, write to us at Nichols Kaster, PLLP, 4700 IDS Center, 80 South Eighth Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402, or email Attorney Chloe Raimey at craimey@nka.com.

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