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Coca-Cola Can’t Halt ‘No Artificial Flavors’ Labeling MDL

Law 360 A California federal judge denied Coca Cola’s bid to delay a multidistrict litigation accusing the beverage giant of misleading consumers about artificial ingredients on its product labels.

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Tue Jul 19, 1:59pm

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Coca-Cola Can’t Drown ‘No Artificial Flavors’ Labeling Suit

Law 360 A California federal judge kept alive claims against Coca-Cola in a false advertising putative class action alleging its labels mislead customers about its artificial ingredients, saying the eight named plaintiffs adequately alleged they relied on the “no artificial flavors” language when purchasing the products.

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Thu May 19, 2:00pm

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Former employee files lawsuit against Mazzone Management Group

Albany Business Review A class action lawsuit was filed against Mazzone Management Group, the largest restaurant and catering group in the Capital Area, alleging misappropriation of tips.

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Tue May 3, 2:01pm

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Coke Can’t Yank State Law Claims In MDL, Consumers Say

Law 360 Consumers accusing The Coca-Cola Company in a multidistrict litigation of falsely stating that Coke doesn’t contain artificial ingredients told a California federal judge that the company is wasting their time and money with a premature bid to throw out their state law claims.

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Mon Nov 2, 2:14pm

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Jeffrey Camp, Cinium Financial Services Corp. Defeat Summary Judgment Motions

Press Release The Fleischman Law Firm successfully defeated two motions for summary judgment in litigation involving Cinium Financial Services Corporation and the company’s current and former directors. United States District Judge Katherine B. Forrest held that triable issues of fact precluded summary judgment on the claims brought by Jeffrey Camp […]

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Tue May 5, 2:15pm

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High Court Asks For US Views On Beirut Bombing Case

Law 360 Following a petition for a writ of certiorari on behalf of Bank Markazi, the United States Supreme Court has asked the Federal Government to weigh in on whether the families of the victims of the 1983 Beirut Marine Corps barracks bombing should be allowed to take $1.75 billion […]

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Mon Apr 6, 2:17pm