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False Labeling Lawsuits Get Hung Up On Faulty Damages Models

Posted in Advertising, Federal Regulations, Food and Beverage, Litigation, Product Class Actions

Some of our colleagues from Mintz Levin’s Class Action Practice, Joshua Briones, Crystal Lopez, and Grace Rosales, recently authored an interesting and timely article in the Bloomberg BNA Product Safety & Liability Reporter. The article examines certain defenses in consumer fraud class actions over product labeling – specifically, defenses based on faulty damages models. Beyond proving the… Continue Reading

The Continuing Conundrum of the California Food Fight

Posted in Drugs & Cosmetics, Federal Regulations, Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Food and Beverage, Litigation

We have blogged regularly about the plethora of litigation, largely centered in California, focused on the labeling of food, beverage, cosmetics, and consumer goods.  Nationwide, consumers are demanding more information from manufacturers and retailers of these goods, and companies in the relevant industries seem ready, willing, and able to provide that information.  This is evidenced by many… Continue Reading