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Food for Thought: 2014 Litigation Annual Review

Food for Thought reports on significant court decisions affecting the food industry. The focus of this edition is on several food-related cases pertaining to class certification; particularly, on district court decisions...more

June 2014: Class Action Litigation Update: “Ascertainability” Emerges as Key Battleground in Class Actions Involving Low-Cost...

“Ascertainability” Emerges as Key Battleground in Class Actions Involving Low-Cost Consumer Goods. Grocery store shelves have emerged as the favored hunting ground of the plaintiff’s consumer class action bar, which has...more

California Court Puts the Deep Freeze on Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Class Action

A putative class of plaintiffs filed suit against ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s, alleging that labeling several of its frozen confections “all natural” when they contained alkalized cocoa made with artificial alkali...more

Food Litigation Newsletter - January 23, 2014

In This Issue: - Recent Significant Developments and Rulings ..Court Denies Class Certification in Class Action Suit Against Ben & Jerry’s ..FDA Declines to Revise Policy on “Natural” Food Labels ..Court...more

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For…Ascertainability?

- How Ben & Jerry’s Defeated an “All Natural” Class Certification Motion On January 7, 2014, the Northern District of California refused to certify a class of Ben & Jerry’s purchasers who allegedly had purchased ice...more

Say Good Bye to Boston Cream Thigh: Caballero Video Gives Up “Ben & Cherry’s XXX Ice Cream” Franchise

It turns out that the folks at Caballero Video were gentlemen after all, at least from Ben & Jerry’s perspective. Last September, the ice cream maker brought a trademark action in the Southern District of New York to put a...more

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