Food Labelling Consumer Fraud

DeNittis Osefchen Prince Obtain Landmark Ruling in Sunscreen SPF Mislabeling Case

On March 29, 2018, the United Stated Court for the Northern District of Illinois denied Defendant S.C. Johnsons motion to dismiss which sought to dismiss consumer fraud based claims involving the company’s Babyganics mineral based SPF 50 sunscreen.  Plaintiff Laura Carrol filed an action alleging that S.C.Johnson’s Babyganics mineral based SPF 50 sunscreen was mislabeled and deceptive …

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Consumer Fraud Class Action Filed Against GNC Over Sale of Fake Herbal Supplements

On February 4, 2015, DeNittis Osefchen, on behalf of a Camden County,  New Jersey man,  filed a proposed class action lawsuit on behalf of New Jersey consumers against health supplement giant GNC in New Jersey Superior Court in Camden County, alleging that the GNC store brand Herbal Supplements: Gingko Biloba, Ginseng, and St. John’s Wart actually …

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DeNittis Osefchen Partner Stephen DeNittis on GMA About Whole Foods Class Action

On Sunday August 31, 2014,  DeNittis Osefchen, P.C.’s Managing Partner Stephen DeNittis was interviewed by Good Morning America (“GMA”) regarding the firm’s recent filing of  multiple class action suits against Whole Foods Markets. The suits filed by the firm allege “Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value Plain Greek Yogurt” drastically understates the sugar content per serving of …

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Whole Foods Market Sued For Misstating Sugar Content of Greek Yogurt

On August 7 and August 12  people in New Jersey and Pennsylvania filed proposed class action lawsuits against Whole Foods Market, alleging that the label on “Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value Plain Greek Yogurt” drastically understates the sugar content per serving of the yogurt. Specifically, the suits allege that while the yogurt label says there are only …

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Partner Stephen DeNittis Lectures To Attorneys Regarding Food Product Labeling Consumer Fraud Class Actions

On January 14, 2014, DeNittis Osefchen, P.C. partner Stephen DeNittis will be lecturing to attorneys on behalf of the Camden County Bar Association’s Class Action Commitee at the luncheon seminar “The Nation’s Food Court, the last Word”.  The program will provide 1 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit for attorneys who attend.  The program will provided specific focus …

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New Jersey Consumer Fraud Action Alleges Subway “Footlong” Comes Up Short

Stephen DeNittis, of DeNittis Osefchen was interviewed on 1/24/13  by Good Morning America about the Subway class action.   On January 22, 2013 two New Jersey men  filed a proposed class action complaint in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Burlington County, against Subway Sandwich Shops, alleging that Subway’s “Footlong” sandwich is consistently and significantly less …

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TGI Friday’s operator Faces Class Action Suit for Alleged Alcohol-Swap Scheme

On Friday, May 24, 2013, two New Jersey residents filed a proposed class action against the Briad Group in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Mercer County, alleging that 12 New Jersey TGI Friday’s restaurants owned and operated by the Livingston-based Briad Group employed a policy of substituting cheaper liquor brands for the premium liquor brands …

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Partner Stephen DeNittis Lectures Nationally Regarding Food Product Labeling Consumer Fraud Class Actions

On November 15, 2012, DeNittis Osefchen partner Stephen P. DeNittis lecutured to attorneys nationally on behalf of Perrin Conferences. The program was entitled “CONSUMER FRAUD PRODUCT LABELING CLASS ACTIONS: ONE LABEL, VERY DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES — PLAINTIFFS, DEFENDANTS AND THE GOVERNMENT”  The program provided 2 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit for attorneys who attended.  The program provided specific focus …

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