California Sues MyPillow Again
For the second time in three years, district attorneys in California have sued MyPillow for making false and misleading health claims about its pillows including a sleep study to be published in a medical journal that was stated to be double-blind, placebo-controlled, peer-reviewed and reducing symptoms of sleep apnea. The lawsuit alleges that “the Sleep Study was neither a competent nor reliable basis for any of the advertising claims made about it, rendering all such advertisements false and misleading.” MyPillow's conduct also violates a stipulated judgment that the company entered into with the California district attorneys office three years ago where it paid $1 million to settle similar unsupported health benefits of its pillow including treatment for multiple sclerosis and PTSD. Andersen Sleater Sianni attorneys represent consumers who are victims of false advertising. Click here to read more about the MyPillow case.