Sports Supplement Co.'s False Ad Suit Tossed

Law360, Los Angeles (July 12, 2016, 9:49 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge has tossed a lawsuit brought by an Arizona sports supplement company alleging competitor IronMag markets drugs to bodybuilders falsely labeled as "research chems" that are "not for human consumption" to skirt drug laws, saying the company failed to show the mislabeling injured it.

U.S. District Judge Manuel L. Real found that Nutrition Distribution LLC hadn't established standing to sue Robert DiMaggio and his IronMag Research.

"Plaintiff fails to allege any complaints by any current or former customers, any nonconclusory information that might suggest that those in the market for plaintiff’s supplements are also in the market for...

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