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Judge Koh Tosses Restitution and Disgorgement Claims in Bumble Bee Class Action

In one of the first summary judgment rulings in the onslaught of food mislabeling and misbranding class actions, Judge Lucy Koh of the Northern District of California tossed the plaintiff’s restitution and disgorgement...more

Food Litigation Newsletter - September 30, 2013

In This Issue: - Recent Significant Developments and Rulings ..Court Partially Pops Plaintiffs’ Claims in Wrigley ..Lack of Standing Dooms Plaintiff’s Yogurt Claims ..Court Stands By its Partial Class...more

Food Litigation Newsletter - September 3, 2013

In This Issue: - Recent Significant Developments and Rulings ..Class Certification Denied in Case About Coffee ..Court Dismisses Case Attacking Gerber’s Overall Marketing Message ..Court Denies Smucker’s...more

Two More Courts Defer to the FDA in Food “Misbranding” Class Actions

We previously reported Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers’ decision to stay proceedings in the Cox v. Gruma Corp. matter while the FDA is asked to decide whether food products containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs) may be...more

Ocean Spray Defeats Class Certification in Food Misbranding Action

Can a named plaintiff in a class action bring suit over products she didn’t buy? This issue has been heavily litigated in the recent wave of food misbranding cases. ...more

“All Natural” Suit Against AriZona Iced Tea: Class Decertified and Suit Tossed

In the world of food misbranding class actions, few cases have yet made it to the merits stage. Companies defending against these claims should accordingly take note of AriZona Iced Tea’s recent win in Ries v. AriZona...more

9th Circuit’s POM Wonderful Ruling Could Influence Food Class Actions

Originally published in Washington Legal Foundation on August 3, 2012. Class action lawyers looking for a shakedown have gone on a food binge. They have focused on the food industry and the ever-obliging federal court...more

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