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Deceptive Advertising Lawyer & Class Action Lawsuits

Consumer Protection Attorney and Deceptive Advertising Lawyer representing plaintiffs nationwide in class action false advertising lawsuits


The largest companies in America spend billions on in-depth advertising campaigns to market their products to consumers. Consumer advocates and consumer protection attorneys have long been questioning some marketing tactics, which can be perceived as false advertising, meant to mislead consumers about a particular product. Many products are marketed to greatly assist the consumer and even to improve health, but in some cases, a product may have the opposite effect.

Some food companies, for example, market “organic” and “all-natural” products to the public, but that is often misleading. Some food and beverages can be in fact damaging to the consumers’ health. Some children’s cereals has been marketed as healthy to the alternatives but may contain large amounts of sugar.

Several products may fall under the pretense of being advertised in a deceptive way. Federal and state laws protect the consumer against false advertising and deceptive marketing, but there is a lack of enforcement and much gray area. A deceptive advertising lawyer may be able to handle your case and may be part of a larger class action false advertising lawsuit.

Joe Lyon is a highly-rated Ohio Consumer Protection Attorney and Deceptive Advertising Lawyer representing plaintiffs nationwide in a wide variety of class action false advertising lawsuits. 


False Advertising & Consumer Products

Misleading Marketing & Food Mislabeling

American consumers are bombarded with advertisements each and every day, and should not be expected to filter the true and honest marketing from the deceptive campaigns. Food mislabeling has been a hot topic in recent years, and several lawsuits have been filed against large brands like Kellogg’s Cheez-It “whole grain” claims, and LaCroix water’s “all-natural” claims.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has stated that “natural” means “nothing artificial or synthetic, including all color additives.” Unfortunately, food companies are using terms like “organic” and “natural” in an irresponsible way, to sway consumers toward a product that is not exactly healthy.


Legal Action: Deceptive Advertising Lawyer

Class action consumer protection lawsuits have been filed against a wide range of companies across several industries that aim to deceive American consumers. A successful false advertising claim may be filed by a plaintiffs and their deceptive advertising lawyer, and corporations can be held liable for their widespread deception.

If you have been the target of deceptive marketing or false advertising, and have questions regarding legal action, contact The Lyon Firm at (800) 513-2403.You will speak directly with Mr. Lyon, a Deceptive Advertising Lawyer, and he will help you answer these critical questions.

Contact us today.