'FOCUS FACTOR' MARKETER PAYS $1 MILLION TO SETTLE FALSE-ADVERTISING CHARGES In re Creative Health Inst. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

'FOCUS FACTOR' MARKETER PAYS $1 MILLION TO SETTLE FALSE-ADVERTISING CHARGES In re Creative Health Inst. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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'FOCUS FACTOR' MARKETER PAYS $1 MILLION TO SETTLE FALSE-ADVERTISING CHARGES In re Creative Health Inst.

15 No. 4 ANPRODLLR 5Andrews Product Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

'FOCUS FACTOR' MARKETER PAYS $1 MILLION TO SETTLE FALSE-ADVERTISING CHARGES In re Creative Health Inst.

15 No. 4 ANPRODLLR 5Andrews Product Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

15 No. 4 Andrews Prod. Liab. Litig. Rep. 5
Andrews Product Liability Litigation Reporter
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Dietary Supplements
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'FOCUS FACTOR' MARKETER PAYS $1 MILLION TO SETTLE FALSE-ADVERTISING CHARGES

In re Creative Health Inst.

The Maine-based company responsible for marketing the alleged memory-enhancing dietary supplement Focus Factor and the purported sexual performance booster V-Factor has agreed to pay $1 million to settle false-advertising claims brought against it by...
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