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Food For Thought: Liability-Only Class Certification Denied For Claims That "No Sugar Added" Juice Labels Misled Consumers Into Thinking The Juice Had Fewer Calories
Plaintiff's putative class action alleged that defendant Mott's violated FDA regulations and California's Sherman Law and Unfair Competition Law when it labeled and sold its 100 percent apple juice...
United States
17 Oct 2017
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Food For Thought: Claim Dismissed Against Brand For Deceptive Label, But Retailer May Still Pay
Further, there is a rebuttable presumption that an advertisement is generally insufficient to establish such a relationship.
United States
16 Oct 2017
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Claim Dismissed Against Brand For Deceptive Label, But Retailer May Still Pay
A negligent misrepresentation claim against laundry detergent brand The Sun Products Corp., for an allegedly deceptive label was dismissed by a New York federal district judge, ...
United States
12 Oct 2017
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Game Over – SCOTUS Holds A Voluntary Dismissal With Prejudice Is Not A Viable Means To Appeal A Denial Of Class Certification
A group of plaintiffs hoped to hit the reset button on the Ninth Circuit's denial of their Rule 23(f) petition to appeal from an order striking class allegations in their case against Microsoft.
United States
29 Jun 2017
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A Look At Manufacturer Liability For The Internet Of Things
The internet of things refers to the connection of everyday objects to the internet or other networks. Some common examples are home thermostats, smart TVs, wireless home cameras, and even refrigerators.
United States
10 Oct 2016
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