Tag Archives: Unfair Competition

LA Sues Seller of “Must-Have” Radish Paste that Falsely Claims to Prevent COVID-19

Last week, the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office filed a civil lawsuit against KNature Co., Inc. d/b/a Insan Healing, Inc. (Insan), a Los Angeles-based herbal remedy retailer, for attempting to pass off an untested radish paste as an immune-boosting, “must-have product for the protection and prevention” of COVID-19. The product is made from a combination … Continue Reading

Coffee Subscription Lawsuit Involving Negative Option Contracts a Wake-up Call for Online Sellers

Earlier this year, coffee chain Peet’s Coffee & Tea LLC was sued by a putative class comprised of all California customers who purchased subscriptions of coffee and tea from the company after February 2013. The class alleged that Peet’s Coffee violates California’s Automatic Renewal Law (“ARL”) and Unfair Competition Law (“UCL”) by automatically charging customers’ … Continue Reading

Color Run Sues Competitive Race for Trademark Infringement

Running-event company The Color Run, LLC filed suit last week against rival company My School Color Run, LLC for willful trademark infringement, unfair competition, and false designation of origin. Color Run asserts that My School Color Run’s similar name, branding, events, and apparel violate both federal and state law. According to the complaint, My School … Continue Reading
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