“Crash” Claim Put 5-Hour Energy On Collision Course With State AGs
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Living Essentials accuses two attorneys general of seeking money from the firm prior to filing lawsuits alleging ads for 5-hour ENERGY misled consumers. NAD and CARU also warned the firm about claims similar to those at issue and advertising practices.
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