Aleve ad dispute
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
McNeil's motion to preliminarily enjoin Bayer from airing "Love of the Game" TV spot for naproxen sodium denied by Newark, N.J. federal Judge Katharine Hayden. In a transcript of her Sept. 27 oral ruling, judge says she "cannot agree with McNeil that this commercial contains an unambiguous message that Aleve works better at relieving pain than Tylenol," and J&J division "has not supported its claim of literal falsity." McNeil sued Bayer in August, claiming the Aleve commercial falsely suggests naproxen "relieves more severe pain or relieves pain more effectively" than Tylenol (1"The Tan Sheet" Aug. 12, 2002, p. 4). McNeil says it has not decided whether to continue lawsuit or appeal ruling...
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