Innovative Dining Group Kobe Beef Settlement
Purchasers and/or consumers of food items represented as containing Kobe beef from restaurants owned and operated by Innovative Dining Group in California from 10/3/2008 to 5/30/2014
|Proof of Purchase:
Not required, however higher compensation is available if you have retained receipts (up to $20)
|Innovative Dining Group Claim Form
|Lisa Hall v. Innovative Dining Group LLC, et al., et al,
Case No. BC 493144
The plaintiffs allege that Innovative Dining Group falsely advertised that it sold Kobe beef at their branded locations inclusive of Roku Sushi, Boa Steakhouse, Delphine Restaurant & Katana Restaurant (all California locations) The beef they represented as Kobe was not actually Kobe beef in the sense that it did not come from Kobe, Japan.
According to the plaintiff, Innovative Dining Group engaged in unfair business practices, violations of the Consumers Legal Remedies Act. The class action lawsuit alleged that the restaurant’s actions constitute fraud, intentional misrepresentation and negligent misrepresentation.
Innovative Dining Group denies the allegations but has agreed to settle to avoid the cost and uncertainty of extended litigation the specific locations involved are as follows:
|Innovative Dining Group Kobe Beef Class Action Settlement
|Claim Form Deadline:
|Hall v. Innovative Dining Group
PO Box 43034,
Providence, RI 02940-3034