‘Vast Weight’ Of Evidence Fails To Tip Scale Against Joint Health Claims
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A U.S. circuit court affirms a ruling that consumers from California, Illinois, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania did not adequately plead falsity of the allegedly misleading marketing claims by GNC and Rite Aid.
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