Peter Burke Argues to the Seventh Circuit in Favor of a Class of Consumers from Eight States
On June 4, 2014, Peter Burke requested that the Seventh Circuit reverse a district court that refused to certify subclasses of consumers that purchased Grove Square Coffee for use in their Keurig machines. Mr. Burke contended that an objective standard of a reasonable consumer was the proper test to determine if Defendants’ packaging and marketing of their product was deceptive or misleading or likely to mislead or deceive a consumer. You can hear the full argument by clicking on the link. Once the written opinion of the Seventh Circuit is published it will be posted.
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