Consumer Fraud Case Moves Forward Against Non-Purchased Product

The federal district court of the Southern District of California recently added to the growing body of case law on class action claims based on false advertising, breach of warranty and consumer protection statutes.  In Dorfman v. Nutramax, the plaintiff sought to be the putative class member and alleged that Nutramax’s statement that its’ Cosamin DS and Cosamin ASU (glucosamine hydrochloride with chondroitin sulfate) was: “the ONLY brand proven effective in controlled, published U.S. clinical studies to reduce joint pain,” was false and misleading. …
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