It's Too Early To Nix Hyland's False Ad Suit, Consumers Say

Law360, New York (March 7, 2016, 1:29 PM EST) -- Consumers told a New York federal judge Friday that it was premature to dismiss their proposed class action allegations that homeopathic remedy maker Hyland's violated consumer protection laws in every state by selling "placebo" baby health products, saying that decision should wait until class certification.

Hyland's and its parent company Homeopathic Co. argued earlier this month that Marie Kaatz and Abigail Gagliardi lacked standing to represent consumers in all 50 states under varying state consumer protection laws and urged the judge to dump the claims. But Kaatz and Gagliardi shot back Friday that their adequacy as representatives of a nationwide class...

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