Supreme Court rules POM Wonderful can sue Coca-Cola for false advertising
The Supreme Court has ruled that POM Wonderful can sue Coca-Cola for a false or misleading product label even though the product is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
POM Wonderful, which makes pomegranate juice drinks, filed a Lanham Act suit against Coca-Cola alleging that one of its drinks misled consumers into believing it consisted predominantly of pomegranate and blueberry juice. The drink, sold by Coca-Cola subsidiary Minute Maid,...
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