The UCL Practitioner
Monday, June 21, 2004
"How Things Work: Restitution and the Unfair-Competition Law"
Today's Daily Journal has this report, authored by my former colleagues Jan T. Chilton and William L. Stern. Will is the author of the Rutter Group practice guide "Business and Professions Code Section 17200 Practice."

The Daily Journal article talks about restitution and cites the familiar cases (Korea Supply, Kraus, Cortez). It includes this interesting tidbit: "Long ago, the state attorney general issued an opinion in which he concluded that nonverbal conduct can violate the unfair-competition law, in particular, that displaying meat under colored light is misleading. 58 Ops.Atty.Gen. 750 (1975)." I don't think any court has addressed that precise issue.
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