Sherwin-Williams’ ‘Supply Chain Charge’ Is the Focus of This South Florida Class Action Lawsuit

Sherwin-Williams, a paint manufacturer and distributor, was slapped with a consumer class action Wednesday in Florida Southern District Court. The suit contends that Sherwin-Williams’ imposition of a 4% “Supply Chain Charge” is not reasonably disclosed to the consumer. The complaint further alleges that the phrase “Supply Chain Charge” falsely suggests that the charge is intended to cover an out-of-pocket expense. The suit was brought by Shamis & Gentile and Edelsberg Law. Counsel have not yet appeared for the defendant. The case is 0:22-cv-61313, Cabreja v. Sherwin Williams Co.

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