Investigating a potential class action lawsuit against Juul Labs, manufacturer of the Juul vaping cigarettes who currently holds over 2/3 of the vaping market share. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating Juul's business practices because it is alleged that Juul's packaging and flavoring are intended to attract minors (specifically middle and high school students) who are not by law allowed to buy the products. A 2017 study found that 11% of 12th graders, 8.2% of 10th graders and 3.5% of eighth graders had vaped nicotine in the previous 30 days. It is also alleged that Juul improperly claims that e-cigarettes are a safer alternative to smoking traditional cigarettes. Recent studies have shown the level of nicotine in e-cigarettes to be greater than traditional cigarettes. The company is also being asked to share if proper processes are in place to verify that customers are 21 years of age or older at the online store and elsewhere. If Juul Labs has marketed its vaping products to your minor child, please submit your information below.