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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Johnson & Johnson Alleging Personal Products For Babies Are Mislabeled
According to a complaint filed on July 2, 2015, Johnson & Johnson falsely mislabels its Bedtime Bath and Bedtime Lotion products as being clinically proven to help babies sleep better.
If you or a family member have purchased Johnson & Johnson’s Bedtime Bath and/or Bedtime Lotion and did so relying on the assertion that it helps babies sleep better, you may be entitled to compensation.
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About The Class Action Lawsuit Against Johnson & Johnson
A Class Action complaint was filed against Johnson & Johnson Consumer Co., Inc. on July 2, 2015 in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Camden County alleging the defendants engaged in false and misleading advertising when it labeled Bedtime Bath and Bedtime Lotion products as being clinically proven to help babies sleep better when the product or products when used in conjunction with a soothing bedtime routine. The complaint states these assertions are present not only on the products’ labels but also on television, magazines and the internet. Plaintiff contends that she relied on the “clinically proven” benefits listed on the label when paying $1 more than other Johnson & Johnson baby products.