Coke Wants Discovery Problems Fixed In Pom Juice Suit

Law360, New York (October 15, 2009, 4:41 PM EDT) -- Coca-Cola Co. has asked a federal judge to force Pom Wonderful Inc. to correct several discovery deficiencies that have allegedly prejudiced the beverage giant in a suit accusing Coke of violating the Lanham Act by falsely advertising the ingredients in its pomegranate-blend juice.

Pom produced more than 420,000 documents totaling more than 3 million pages in response to Coke's production requests that were allegedly not properly categorized or sorted for relevancy, according to a motion to compel discovery responses that Coke submitted Wednesday in the U.S....
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