PBM Products v. Mead Johnson Nutrition Company — This was a case in the Eastern District of Virginia (rocket docket) in which I represented the plaintiff, who claimed the defendant was making false statements in advertising relating the the nutritional characteristics of plaintiff''s infant formula products. ASfter a jury trial, plaintiff obtained a permament injunction and a damages awrad of $13.5 million, the largest verdict in the state of Virginia in 2007 and one of the largest verdicts ever under the Lanham Act.
Schering Plogh v. Neutrogena--This was another Lanham Act case in the District of Delaware in which I represented the defendant and counterclaim plaintiff Neutrogena. After a bench trial, the court found plaintiff''s advertising for Coppertone to be false and misleading. The court also found that certain minor aspects of Neutrogena''s ad was misleading but did not find the essential claim to be flase.