UK Teddy Bear Co. Sues J&J Unit Over Misleading Zyrtec Ad

Law360, New York (May 23, 2012, 2:47 PM EDT) -- The Great British Teddy Bear Co. Ltd., which sells stuffed animals dressed as Sherlock Holmes, Beefeater guards and other classic English characters, sued a Johnson & Johnson unit over a Zyrtec antihistamine ad that allegedly infringes copyright protections and falsely advertises that the plush toys aren't hypoallergenic.

The lawsuit, filed May 17 in New York federal court, seeks at least $500,000 in damages for an allegedly unauthorized and deceptive commercial in which a bear dressed as Robin Hood is infested with dust mites that cause itchy...
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