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biased survey dooms "ask your doctor" ad campaign for 5-Hour Energy

Washington v. Living Essentials, LLC, NO. 14-2-19684-9 (King County Super. Ct. Oct. 10, 2016) The state sued Living Essentials seeking injunctive and declaratory relief under Washington’s Consumer Protection Act. While the court found that some of the challenged 5-Hour Energy claims had not been shown to be unsubstantiated (specifically, claims that the vitamins in the product offered bene
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