Federal judges often find themselves confronting a familiar conundrum in consumer class actions that challenge misleading practices.
Northern District of California Judge William Orrick recently denied class certification in two food misbranding class actions challenging antioxidant claims for Bigelow green and black teas.
A recent U.S. Supreme Court case holding that representative evidence can be used in class/collective actions to the same extent that it could be used in an individual action may not have the broad application hoped for by the plaintiff’s bar.
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We’ve recently reported on numerous district court—and even Ninth Circuit—stays in false advertising actions.