Njoy, Njoy Kings, and OneJoy E-Cigarettes

January 2017: The appeal was stayed pending the company’s bankruptcy proceedings.

April 2016: Plaintiffs filed a Notice of Appeal after their amended motion for class certification was denied and a federal judge dismissed all of the claims with prejudice.

August 2015: A federal judge denied class certification in a false advertising class-action lawsuit filed against NJOY, Inc. and Sottera, Inc. finding that plaintiffs did not demonstrate that damages can be calculated on a class-wide basis. The June 2015 complaint (which consolidated two lawsuits) alleges that the companies misleadingly market electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) – including NJOY, NPRO, OneJoy, and NJOY Kings – as being safer than traditional tobacco cigarettes and generally safe when, in reality, they are not. (In Re NJOY, Inc. Consumer Class Action Litigation, Case No. 14-cv-428, C. D. CA.)

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