A false advertising lawsuit filed against an international sports supplement company based in Sacramento eventually caught international media attention, and the Sacramento Business Journal is covering all the major developments.
“This case is emblematic of the profound dysfunction in the nutritional supplement marketplace,” Robert Tauler told the Business Journal. “Low barriers to entry, high rewards and intermittent regulatory enforcement create perverse incentives for manufacturers and retailers.”
The Sacramento Business Journal has written several stories about the litigation and other interesting developments in this case.
Read the stories here (subscription may be required):
- Sacramento supplement company’s false advertising claims pose danger to consumer health and safety
- Supplements company facing lawsuit suggests patrons could harass opposing counsel
- CEO of Enhanced Athlete arrested for alleged probation violations
- Bodybuilding supplement company says its facility was raided by FDA
- ‘Dr. Huge’ allegedly connected to supplement facilities raided in Europe