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Bayer Healthcare

March 15th, 2013

In February 2013, a federal court dismissed a class-action lawsuit filed against Bayer for allegedly deceiving consumers with false advertising for Citrical CS, a calcium supplement, that claimed that a single dose of the supplement was equivalent to competing supplements, which require two doses. The basis of the complaint was a report published by the


Bayer One A Day Multivitamins

May 23rd, 2018

March 2018: The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the petition for permission to appeal but granted the company’s request to file another brief supporting the petition. November 2017: A federal judge certified three statewide classes for the three remaining named plaintiffs’ home states (specifically, California, Florida, and New York) but did not certify a


Bayer’s “One-A-Day WeightSmart” Dietary Supplements

May 8th, 2015

In April 2015, a federal judge granted final approval of a $500,000 settlement of a false advertising class-action lawsuit against Bayer. The complaint, which was originally filed in 2008, alleged that Bayer misleadingly marketed its “One-A-Day WeightSmart” dietary supplements as having the ability to, among other things, increase metabolism, prevent weight gain, and help promote


Coppertone Mineral-Based Sunscreens

January 10th, 2020

In January 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Bayer Healthcare and Beiersdorf for allegedly misleadingly marketing Coppertone sunscreens – including Water Babies Sunscreen Stick, Water Babies Sunscreen Lotion, Kids Sunscreen Lotion, and Sport Face Sunscreen Lotion – as being mineral-based when, according to plaintiffs, the sunscreens often contain more chemical active ingredients than mineral


Coppertone Ultra Guard Sunscreens

April 2nd, 2019

December 2018: This action was transferred to federal court. (Case No. 18-cv-2631, C. D. CA.) September 2018: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Bayer Healthcare for, among other things, deceptively advertising Coppertone Ultra Guard Sunscreens. Plaintiffs claim that the company: Deceptively advertises that the sunscreen provides “Broad Spectrum SPF 50 Protection from the Most Damaging


Flintstones Gummies Complete Children’s Multivitamins

March 22nd, 2019

March 2019: A federal judge denied the company’s motion to dismiss. To read the full decision, click here. November 2017: A false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against Bayer Healthcare for allegedly falsely marketing Flintstones™ Gummies Complete Children’s Multivitamin Supplement and Flintstones™ Sour Gummies Complete Children’s Multivitamin Supplement as being “Complete” multivitamin supplements when, according


Airplus Shoe Insoles

March 20th, 2018

NAD and maker of Airplus shoe insoles get off on the wrong foot over health-related claims.


Coppertone Sport High Performance SPF 30

December 27th, 2017

A false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against Bayer Healthcare and Merck & Co. for allegedly misleadingly labeling Coppertone Sport High Performance SPF 30 sunscreen sprays and lotions as being “SPF 30” when, according to the complaint, scientific testing showed that the sunscreens contain an average SPF of only 13.9 or 14.8. The lawsuit was


Flintstones Healthy Brain Support Gummies

September 19th, 2017

August 2016: This lawsuit was voluntarily dismissed because the parties entered a confidential settlement agreement. December 2014: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Bayer for allegedly falsely advertising the Flintstones Healthy Brain Support supplement (a gummy, chewable supplement with DHA) as able to “Support Healthy Brain Function” without scientific evidence to support such claims. (Gershman


Nix Ultra Lice Treatment

April 5th, 2017

Company declines to comply with NAD recommendation that it nix claims that its product “kills” lice.


Flintstone Healthy Brain Support Supplements

July 11th, 2016

May 2015: The named plaintiffs voluntarily dismissed this action . The reasons have not been disclosed. October 2014: Another class-action lawsuit was filed against Bayer Healthcare for allegedly falsely advertising Flintstone Healthy Brain Support, a dietary supplement containing Omega-3 DHA, as supporting healthy brain function without scientific evidence to support such claim. (Kaplan et al


Flintstones Healthy Brain Support

October 15th, 2014

December 2014: This action was voluntarily dismissed . The reasons have not been disclosed. October 2014: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Bayer Healthcare for allegedly falsely advertising Flintstones Healthy Brain Support, a gummy-chewable dietary supplement containing DHA. Specifically, plaintiffs allege that the company misleadingly represents that taking the supplement supports “healthy brain function” without


Nasacort

September 11th, 2015

Makers of nasal allergy spray told to cease consumer preference claims.



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