False advertising can involve statements that are either false, or which are misleading because they do not mention important facts one would expect to be told. For example, claiming that a product is “all natural” when it contains artificial preservatives, claiming that a product is “organic” when it was treated with pesticides, claiming that a service is “free” when there is an associated cost, or failing to disclose a fee.
For example, in this article, you can learn more about a consumer class action lawsuit Mr. Azadian is prosecuting against Starbucks for overcharging customers for breakfast sandwiches. The Azadian Law Group is dedicated to protecting California Consumers against the nation’s largest companies.
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