Judge Finds Woman Adequately Alleges Reliance In Competition Law Tea Case

Judge Finds Woman Adequately Alleges Reliance In Competition Law Tea Case

SAN JOSE, Calif. - While a woman's own testimony regarding her decision to purchase tea may eventually make proving reliance on alleged misrepresentations involving antioxidants difficult, she adequately pleads it for standing purposes under the California unfair competition law (UCL), a federal judge held Jan. 6 (Nancy Lanovaz, et al. v. Twinings North America Inc., No. 12-2646, N.D. Calif.).

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