Partner Devon Bruce is representing plaintiffs across the nation, from Delaware to Texas, in a lawsuit against Cynosure, alleging it breached express warranties and committed fraud in selling a tattoo removal machine that does not remove or eliminate tattoos.
Attorney Devon Bruce, partner at Power Rogers, is representing plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit against Cynosure, the makers of a tattoo removal machine that, the Plaintiffs contend, does not remove or eliminate tattoos as advertised. The machine in question is Picosure, and was originally approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2012. Cynosure sold its tattoo removal machines to dermatologists and tattoo removal practices throughout the United States.
The first amended complaint, which was filed recently in federal court, contains allegations that Cynosure made false and misleading representations and omissions of material fact to the plaintiffs regarding the Picosure machine. The amended complaint contains a total of seven counts:
- Negligent Misrepresentation
- Fraudulent/Intentional Misrepresentation
- Fraud by Omission
- Breach of Contract/Breach of Express Warranties Under the UCC
- Violation of the Illinois Consumer Fraud Act 815 ICLS 5/512
- Violation of Texas Deceptive Trade Practices – Consumer Protection Act
- Violation of Delaware Consumer Fraud Act
To learn more about the case, read Partner Devon Bruce Files Class Action Over Tattoo Removal Machine.