Linda Goldstein Article Analyzes Procedural Ruling in Class Action Regarding Retail Supplement Sales

Articles / June 21, 2017

Partner Linda Goldstein authored an article published June 20, 2017, in Response Magazine. The article, “Federal Court Ruling against Retailers Could Spell Trouble for Supplement Companies,” discusses the potential effects of a federal district court ruling that permits a consumer class action against Walmart, Target and Walgreens to proceed even though the complaint is based solely on the New York attorney general’s findings that certain supplements did not contain the active ingredients that were advertised on the label.

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