J&J Can't Stop Baby Sleep Aid False Ad Action

Law360, New York (October 17, 2013, 6:54 PM ET) -- A New Jersey federal judge on Thursday trimmed a proposed class action accusing Johnson & Johnson of falsely advertising that its line of bedtime bath products helps babies sleep better — finding that one plaintiff did not use the bath products as directed — but allowed most of the suit to proceed.

Plaintiffs Caryn Lieberson, Lisa Triantfillou and Pamela Dubin allege that J&J made various misrepresentations and omissions concerning the effectiveness of its baby bath products through television and print advertisements in an effort to deceive...
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