My extensive experience handling class action lawsuits—coupled with my work in advertising compliance—allow me to provide clients with full-service representation.
Unilever in winning summary judgement in a long-running false advertising suit for its vegetable oil “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!” spray.
Unilever in winning a motion to dismiss a putative class action alleging that the labeling of Maille brand mustards deceptively conveyed to consumers that the mustards are made in France when the products are actually made in Canada.
Nature’s Path and Sprouts in winning a motion to dismiss alleged food mislabeling claims for failure to show subject matter jurisdiction.
Unilever in winning an early motion for summary judgment on claims brought under California’s consumer protection laws with regard to safety claims relating to the popular St. Ives Apricot Scrub line.
Iovate in winning a motion to dismiss slack-fill claims with regard to certain protein powders. The court agreed that the plaintiff failed to show her claim was plausible when the net weight of the product was displayed on the front label.
Recommended in Product Liability, Mass Torts, and Class Action (Defense) for Toxic Tort
The Legal 500, 2022