A woman suing Charlotte’s Web Holdings Inc. has argued that the CBD company shouldn’t be able to pause or escape her proposed class action over its labeling of products as dietary supplements, saying that identifying them as such violates state and federal laws.
Rasunae Moqeet told a California federal court in a Wednesday filing opposing the company’s motion to dismiss her suit that her claims are not preempted because the company’s CBD products are not dietary supplements, and labeling them that way violates California state laws and parallel federal law. She also argued that any forthcoming federal guidance on CBD would…
Published: January 25, 2021
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