Conn. AG, CVS Settle Expired Products Suit

Law360, New York (May 5, 2011, 7:03 PM EDT) -- Connecticut's attorney general on Thursday reached a settlement with CVS Caremark Corp. that prohibits the drugstore chain from selling expired merchandise, and rewards customers who find outdated products with a $2 coupon.

CVS agreed to pay the state $105,000 and give a $2 coupon toward any purchase to consumers who find expired food or over-the-counter drugs on store shelves for the next three years. Consumers can get the coupon regardless if they buy anything from CVS.

The settlement with Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen and the...
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