Clorox Can't Dump 'Natural' Cleaning Products False Ad Suit

Law360 (February 6, 2018, 5:39 PM EST) -- A California federal judge Tuesday denied The Clorox Co. a quick win in a putative class action alleging it falsely labeled its Green Works cleaning products as "natural," saying a reasonable consumer could believe the label meant the products had no artificial ingredients.

While she did dismiss the class action plaintiffs' federal warranty claims — saying they had failed to plead enough damages to satisfy federal law — U.S. District Court Judge Phyllis Hamilton denied Clorox's motion for summary judgment on the rest of the plaintiffs' claims, rejecting the company's argument that no reasonable customer could believe a home cleaning product...

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