P&G Asks For Higher Class Action Floor In Align Class Certification Appeal
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Procter & Gamble petitions the Supreme Court to overturn a decision giving class action certification to a complaint alleging the firm deceived consumers with its “snake oil” Align probiotic. If the court overturns the lower court, the action could make class action certifications more difficult.
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