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Avoiding claims of deceptive advertising for COVID-19-related products

Kim Bousquet Melissa Gold April 6, 2020
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As businesses pivot to manufacture much-needed health and safety items such as masks, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes, they should also be diligent in consulting with their attorneys to avoid claims of deceptive advertising for COVID-19-related products. READ MORE

Class cert denied in baby food false labeling case: faulty regression model to blame

Kim Bousquet February 23, 2018
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Since the decision in Comcast Corp. v. Behrend, lawyers have been clamoring to find a regression model that will support class-wide damages and help them clear the class certification hurdle. READ MORE

Ninth Circuit holds juries can decide the definition of ‘natural’

Kim Bousquet October 6, 2016
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The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals says juries will decide whether “natural” label is misleading where food contains synthetic citric or ascorbic acids – Chad v. Brazil in a nutshell. READ MORE