Brady v. Bayer Corp.


(California Court of Appeal) – Held that a consumer should have survived a demurrer on his claims that a pharmaceutical company’s packaging of certain multivitamin gummies was misleading because, despite the One A Day brand name, these particular vitamins required a daily dosage of two gummies to get the recommended daily values. The consumer claimed that the company violated California’s Consumer Legal Remedies Act, Unfair Competition Law, and express warranty law. Reversing the trial court, the California Fourth Appellate District held that the complaint adequately pleaded the claims.