Case Information

About This Case

A California Superior Court has Preliminary Approved this Class Action Settlement.

You May Be Entitled to Benefits Under a Class Action Settlement.

What happened? A Settlement has been proposed in this lawsuit, which is pending in the Los Angeles County Superior Court (“Court”). The plaintiff in the case claims that NutriBullet, LLC (“NutriBullet”), violated California’s Song-Beverly Warranty Act, Consumer Legal Remedies Act, and Unfair Competition Law by omitting from its warranty or product registration cards/forms certain disclosures required by California law. Although NutriBullet denies that it did anything wrong, the parties reached a proposed Settlement to resolve the claims in the lawsuit.

Who is included? If you purchased a warrantied NutriBullet or Magic Bullet product in California or from NutriBullet’s website ( between August 1, 2019, and July 15, 2022, you may be in included in the proposed Settlement as a “Settlement Class Member.” A full list of the Covered Products and the labels subject to the Settlement are identified on the Settlement Website. If you received this notice via email, NutriBullet’s records suggest that you are likely a Settlement Class Member.

Summary of Settlement. NutriBullet has agreed to provide an automatic six (6) month Extended Warranty to all Settlement Class Members. NutriBullet has also agreed to modify its warranty materials, pay a service award to the Class Representative up to $3,000, pay a combined award of attorney’s fees and costs to Class Counsel up to $195,000, and pay Settlement notice and administration costs estimated to be $63,175, subject to Court approval. For complete details of the Settlement, please see the Case Documents posted on this website.

Do I have a lawyer? Yes. The Court has preliminarily appointed Abbas Kazerounian and Jason A. Ibey of Kazerouni Law Group, APC, and Adib Assassi of Black Oak Law Firm, as Class Counsel. These lawyers will be paid attorneys’ fees and costs by NutriBullet as approved by the Court. You may enter an appearance in the case through your own attorney if you so desire, but it is not required.

What options are available to me? Settlement Class Members have three options, indicated below:

EXCLUDE YOURSELFYou may exclude yourself from the Settlement by the deadline of September 29, 2022, if you do not want to be bound by the Settlement. If you exclude yourself, you cannot receive a free Extended Warranty, but your right to bring a lawsuit against NutriBullet for the claims alleged in the lawsuit will not be affected by the Settlement. If you do not exclude yourself, and the Settlement is approved, you will waive your right to sue NutriBullet for the claims asserted in the lawsuit. Please refer to the full Notice of Proposed Class Action Settlement for complete instructions on how to exclude yourself from the Settlement.
OBJECT TO THE SETTLEMENTRemain a Settlement Class Member but object to the Settlement by the deadline of September 29, 2022, if you do not like some aspect of the Settlement. Instructions and requirements for objecting are available in the Notice of Proposed Class Action Settlement.
DO NOTHINGIf you do nothing, you will remain part of the Settlement Class and will release your Released Claims against the Released Persons and receive an Extended Warranty.

Scheduled Hearing. The judge has scheduled a hearing for November 3, 2022 at 11:00 a.m., Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, Spring Street Courthouse, Department 10, 312 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 to decide whether to give final approval to the proposed Settlement, including the amounts of any attorneys’ fees, costs, and any class representative award. The hearing may be changed without notice, but any changes will be updated on the Settlement Website. It is not necessary for you to appear at this hearing, but you may attend at your own expense.