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FDA to consider legal pathways for cannabis-derived compound.
A fake celebrity endorsement by Tom Hanks is the tip of the iceberg with this CBD product.
Be wary of “free trials” for CBD gummies and oils advertised on the internet.
Disease-treatment claims vanish in wake of FTC warning letter.
Spam email leads to a fake endorsement from Dr. Oz, among other celebrities.
FDA warns supplement makers about prohibited ingredient.
Allegations: Products do not contain the advertised amount of CBD
In May 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Just Brands USA alleging that products it advertises as containing CBD actually contain a fraction of the amount of CBD advertised…
In September 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against PotNetwork, Diamond CBD, and First Capital Venture for allegedly misrepresenting the amount of CBD in products – including oils, edibles, capsules,…
Cannabis-infused tea chips claiming to treat chronic diseases hard to swallow.
October 2020: The plaintiff notified the court that the parties reached a settlement agreement, the terms of which were not disclosed. December 2019: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Bhang…
January 2020: The claims regarding products that the plaintiffs did not purchase were dismissed for lack of standing and the case was stayed until the FDA completes its rulemaking regarding…
Pot MLM blows smoke when it comes to health and income claims and the purported legality of its CBD oil.
Since 1995, the FTC has brought nearly 70 actions over deceptive brain claims.
In October 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Just Brands for allegedly falsely advertising that its JustCBD gummies contain “NO THC” when, according to plaintiffs, the products contain THC.…
CBD “super store” brochure is chock full of unapproved disease-treatment claims.
TINA.org’s annual list includes a pillow maker, a televangelist and a for-profit college.