The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear POM Wonderful LLC’s petition for writ of certiorari regarding a 2013 FTC decision that found some of POM Wonderful’s health related claims to be misleading. As a result, the FTC ‘s January 2013 order against POM Wonderful will stand. FTC’s REsponse to Supreme Court’s Denial of Appeal […]
The FTC has announced it is has settled charges with wet wipe maker Nice-Pak Products, Inc. that it failed to substantiate its flushable claims.
The court concluded that the analysis set by the U.S. Supreme Court in FTC vs. Actavis applies to alleged “pay-for-delay” pharmaceutical patent settlements.
The U.S. Supreme Court recently held that the North Carolina State Dental Board Examiners did not have the authority to regulate teeth-whitening services.
ProMedica, in a well-publicized petition to the U.S. Supreme Court, has sought to overturn a 6th Circuit ruling equiring them to divest St. Luke’s Hospital.