Law360 Mentions Kelley Drye as Counsel to Riddell Asking Federal Courts to Dismiss Suits Based on a 4th Circuit Ruling
July 8, 2015

In the Law360 articles,“Riddell Says 4th Circ. Ruling Blocks Suit Over Helmet Ads”  and "Riddell Turns To 4th Circ. Ruling Again To Evade Helmet Suit,“ partners Joseph A. Boyle and Michael C. Lynch and associate James B. Saylor are mentioned as counsel to Riddell Inc. Riddell has asked federal courts in West Virginia and New Jersey to dismiss a class action lawsuit arguing that the plaintiffs’ false advertising claims over the safety benefits of Riddell football helmets were invalid saying, “The Fourth Circuit found that a plaintiff cannot cast aside a supporting study and claim advertising statements are false on the grounds that the overwhelming weight of high quality, credible and reliable studies are contrary to the supporting study.”

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