Polyurethane Class Action

UPDATED - January 18, 2016

The settlement agreements with Carpenter, Vitafoam, Woodbridge, FFP/Flexible Foam, Future Foam, Hickory Springs, Leggett & Platt, and the Former FXI Individuals were approved by the Courts in BC, Ontario and Quebec. The lawsuits are continuing against Foamex Innovations, Inc., Foamex Innovations Canada, Inc., Michael Calderoni, Donald Phillips and Vicenzo Bonaddio (the “FXI Defendants”).

Class Counsel are in the process of finalizing a proposed distribution protocol and will ask the Courts to approve that distribution protocol at a later date. The money will be distributed to the purchasers of flexible polyurethane foam, products which contain flexible polyurethane foam and carpet underlay made from flexible polyurethane foam. No money will be paid for purchases of molded or technical flexible polyurethane foam and products which contain molded or technical flexible polyurethane foam.

When available, details about the distribution protocol will be posted on this website. A new notice will also be published.

Settlement class members should retain all proof of purchase of flexible polyurethane foam, products which contain flexible polyurethane foam and carpet underlay made from flexible polyurethane foam between January 1, 1999 and January 10, 2012 and monitor this website for updated information.

If you would like direct notice of steps relating to the distribution protocol, or more information, contact Chelsea Hermanson at (604) 631-2561 or by email at .

Pour de plus amples information en Français, vous pouvez consulter le site Internet: www.recourscollectif.info/fr/dossiers/mousse.