David Paz v. AG Adriano Goldschmied Inc. and Nordstrom
- Class member contend that these clothing retailers sold apparel that did not disclose the fabric’s country of origin
- Anyone who purchase AG Adriano Goldschmied clothing with the label “Made in USA” or “Made in the USA” between 2010 and 2016 may be eligible to file a claim in this class action lawsuit
- Any questions about the AGAG settlement terms can be directed to 877-369-4083 or via email at info@AGAGSettlement.com (these contact methods can also be used to obtain a claim form in the Nordstrom, AG Adriano Goldschmied Apparel Class Action Settlement)
Popular products sold by AGAG include denim jean, tee shirts (both men and women), shorts, skirts and dresses, knits, sweaters, jackets, and maternity wear. These products were sold through high end department stores (i.e. Nordstom)and online. The class members argue that they bought these products under the assumption they were made in the USA when in all actuality some of the material contained one or more foreign-made component parts that were not disclosed on the label.
David Paz v. AG Adriano Goldschmied Inc. and Nordstrom Class Action
- A $20 promo code will be made available to any class members who file valid claims
- Those class members who purchased two qualifying products can elect to receive two (2) promo codes
- AGAG denies any wrong doing in the case
- Class members can pick One (1) free pair of AGAG pants per qualifying Class product purchased instead of the $20 promotional code but the jeans are limited to the first 25,000 request
- The AGAG pants shall be of AGAG’s selection, from current or prior seasons, but in the size and for the gender specified on the Class Member’s Claim Form
Class members who elect to mail the claim firm should send it with proper postage to: AG Adriano Goldschmied Inc., et al. Class Action, c/o KCC, PO Box 30209, College Station, TX 77842-3209.