Judge Finds Injury-In-Fact From Taser Purchase, But Pleadings Insufficient

Judge Finds Injury-In-Fact From Taser Purchase, But Pleadings Insufficient

SAN FRANCISCO - A woman's claim that she purchased a device from Taser International Inc. based on misrepresentations regarding its usability satisfy injury-in-fact standards, but she insufficiently pleads her California unfair competition law (UCL) and false advertising claims, a federal judge in California held Jan. 15 (Chiko Katiki v. Taser International Inc., No. 12-5519, N.D. Calif.; 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 6109).

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