United States Second Circuit

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Langan v. Johnson and Johnson Consumer Cos., Inc., 17‐1605

Vacated the certification of a consumer class action alleging that Johnson & Johnson deceptively labeled several of its baby bath products as being natural when they were not. The district court had certified a class consisting of consumers who purchased the products in eighteen states. On appeal, the Second Circuit was not convinced that the district court had carefully considered the material differences in the state laws at issue before concluding that their similarities predominated over their differences, and therefore the appeals court vacated and remanded.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2018/07/24


  • Walker


  • United States Second Circuit


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