Syntex Neo-Mull-Soy racketeering suit
Dante Morrison, et al, filed amendment to original complaint against Syntex March 27 charging the company with a violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act. Plaintiffs allege Syntex advertising and promotions "fraudulently represented that Neo-Mull-Soy was a safe, nutritional milk substitute for infants," and that the company "embarked upon a scheme and plan" to use the advertisements through U.S. mails to market the product and obtain money by false pretenses
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