Is anyone going to sue Sigg for their misinformation on BPA in their bottles?



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    There’s actually been a class-action suit filed against Sigg in which plantiffs claim they paid significantly more for SIGG bottles than other alternatives because they “believed SIGG’s representations that their bottles were BPA-free.” The plaintiffs are seeking damages for breach of contract, breach of warranties and violations of the Kentucky Consumer Protection Act.

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