In this issue:
- FTC Updates Energy Labeling Rule
- FTC Gives Cole Haan Pinterest Promotion the Boot
- Major Class Action Victory for POM Decertifies Previous Class
- Upcoming Events
- Excerpt from Major Class Action Victory for POM Decertifies Previous Class:
An important ruling on March 25 could have wide-ranging (and thankfully positive) repercussions for marketers who face class actions in California and around the United States, write Venable attorneys Gregory J. Sater, Daniel S. Silverman, and Bety Javidzad in the April edition of the DRMA Voice. In that case, a federal court judge in Los Angeles de-certified a previously certified nationwide class of consumers in a long-pending false advertising case seeking $450 million in damages for claims that pomegranate marketer POM Wonderful wrongfully exaggerated the health benefits of its pomegranate juice drinks.
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Topics: Advertising, Class Action, Class Certification, Energy, FTC, Labeling, Pinterest, POM Wonderful
Published In: Antitrust & Trade Regulation Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Products Liability Updates
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