Monster-brand energy drinks are marketed as being conventional carbonated beverages despite containing “dangerously high” amounts of caffeine, according to a new consumer class action filed in California federal court.
WASHINGTON – Two federal agencies have joined together to beef up investigations and enforcement actions against companies who engage in fraudulent advertising under the Mortgage Acts and Practices Advertising Rule and the Federal Trade Commission Act.
Nutella maker Ferrero has agreed to pay out three million dollars in a lawsuit filed by a California woman over deceptive advertising.
Reebok will pay $25 million to customers to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission that it made deceptive claims in ads that its toning shoes would strengthen and tone the legs and buttocks of those who wear them.
The California Department of Justice and the state bar have sued several law firms and attorneys for deceptive marketing of “mass joinder” lawsuits in the guise of providing mortgage relief to distressed homeowners.