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Misbranding Case Against Gerber Over “Stages” Baby Food Products Trimmed but Not Kicked Entirely

A recent case in the Northern District of California against Gerber over alleged misbranding of its “stages” baby food products demonstrates the difficulty companies face in knocking out food misbranding cases at the motion...more

Trademark Review - Volume 3 | Issue 6 June 2013

In This Issue: • Ron Paul’s Complaint to Regain RonPaul.org Constitutes Reverse Domain Hijacking • MOTT’s for Baby Food Is Considered Primarily Merely a Surname • Company Uses More than Is Reasonably...more

Court To Decide Whether FDA Regulation Of Lead In Baby Food Pre-empts California Proposition 65

One of the rare California Proposition 65 trials began on April 8, 2013 – the Environmental Law Foundation (ELF) suit in Alameda County, CA Superior Court (ELF Lead In Food Case, available at...more

Burning Questions: Furniture and Baby Supply Industries Hit With Prop. 65 Notices for Newly Banned Flame Retardant TDCPP

What started as an effort to make upholstered products safer for consumers has apparently backfired on the furniture and baby supply industries. In the past four months since Proposition 65 (Prop. 65) action has been allowed...more

In re Baby Products Antitrust Litigation: Third Circuit Issues Game-Changing Decision Affecting Cy Pres Funds in Claims-Made Class...

On February 19, 2013, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit vacated a district court order approving a class action settlement, holding that a district court must specifically determine that a claims-made...more

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