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Finding Reason In The 'Reasonable Consumer'

Law360 (March 1, 2018, 11:41 AM EST) -- In the world of consumer product class actions, fact patterns may often sound like the prelude to a lawyer joke. Indeed, the punch lines to most lawyer jokes (think about three or four pinstriped suits collaborating to screw in a light bulb) focus on a lack of common sense, greed and personal unrelatability. “Did you hear about the lawyer who sued Kellogg’s because he found out that Froot Loops do not contain fruit?” This question anticipates a witty barb, bada-boom ching, not a lugubrious “yeah, he...
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