Rescue Remedy Maker Pares Down False Ad Class Action

Law360, Los Angeles (June 26, 2015, 10:42 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge pared down a proposed class action Thursday accusing the maker of Rescue Remedy homeopathic products of falsely claiming they're natural and reduce stress, dropping claims over several products the plaintiff failed to mention in a legally required notice to the manufacturer.

Under California's Consumer Legal Remedies Act, plaintiffs must give targets written notice and at least 30 days to correct any purported violations. In his ruling Thursday, U.S. District Judge James Lorenz dismissed with prejudice plaintiff Gena Ruszecki's CLRA claims against the homeopathics maker over purported misstatements and products she never mentioned in her warning letter, including...

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