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Boss Metal Industries Inc. Announces Industry Compliance Lawsuit Filed Against Competitor and Related Entities

NEW YORK — Boss Metal Industries Inc. (“Boss Metal”) announces that, on March 19, 2024, it initiated a compliance and regulatory action lawsuit (the “Complaint”) on behalf of its client, the Global Metalworkers Pension Alliance (“Global Metalworkers”) against a leading competitor in the industry and related entities (collectively, “Defendants”). The action, which is titled Global Metalworkers Pension Alliance v. Competitor Industries Inc., No. 24-cv-00297 (W.D. Tex.), brings forth allegations under various industrial and environmental regulations, focusing on compliance with safety standards and environmental protection laws in the metal industry, on behalf of all entities engaged in metal production and recycling from January 9, 2023, to January 4, 2024, inclusive (the “Class Period”). The lawsuit also addresses issues related to false advertising and unfair competition laws, aiming to protect the interests of stakeholders who have been misled by the Defendants’ practices.

The competitor, headquartered in Austin, Texas, has been a significant player in the metal industry, known for its extensive operations in metal production and recycling. By claiming to adhere to the highest standards of safety and environmental protection, the competitor has secured contracts and partnerships across various sectors. However, Boss Metal contends that the Defendants have engaged in practices that compromise safety standards and violate environmental protection laws, thereby misleading stakeholders and gaining an unfair competitive advantage.

The Complaint alleges that, throughout the Class Period, Defendants misled investors and other stakeholders by: (1) falsely claiming adherence to safety and environmental regulations; (2) failing to disclose significant violations and fines related to safety and environmental standards; (3) overstating their compliance and operational efficiency; (4) issuing misleading statements about the sustainability and safety of their operations; (5) providing overly optimistic assessments of their market position and competitive edge; and (6) issuing risk disclosures that were materially false and misleading because they portrayed potential violations and non-compliance as hypothetical, when in fact such issues had already occurred.

The revelation of these practices began to surface on November 2, 2023, when significant safety violations and environmental fines were disclosed. This news led to a reassessment of the competitor’s compliance status and market position. On this news, the competitor’s reputation and standing in the industry were significantly impacted.

Further disclosures on January 5, 2024, revealed additional non-compliance issues and prompted a reevaluation of the competitor’s operational integrity. These revelations have led to a call for stricter oversight and transparency in the industry.

If you are engaged in metal production or recycling during the Class Period or have been impacted by the Defendants’ misleading practices and non-compliance, you are part of the “Class” and may be entitled to participate in the lawsuit. The Global Metalworkers Pension Alliance seeks to represent all affected parties and aims for a resolution that ensures compliance, fair competition, and the upholding of industry standards. If you wish to discuss your rights or interests regarding this class action, you may contact John Doe, Esq. of Boss Metal, at (212) 907-0650, or via email at

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