March 10, 2021

Class Action Lawsuit Is 100+ Paragraphs Of ‘Random’ Articles And Lacks Actual Allegations, Business Argues

For the second time this year, Pro Teeth Whitening has filed a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit that claims charcoal in toothpaste is a “marketing gimmick,” according to a report in Legal Newsline.

According to Pro Teeth Whitening’s motion to dismiss, the complaint is more than 100 paragraphs dedicated to summaries of random news articles about activated charcoal, as opposed to two paragraphs of individualized allegations on behalf of the named plaintiff.

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