McDonald's Plaintiffs Told to "Flesh Out"

By ACSH Staff — Jan 24, 2003
"If plaintiffs were able to flesh out this argument...it may establish that the dangers of McDonald's products were not commonly well known." Federal judge Robert Sweet, explaining that lawyers for obese patrons who are suing McDonald's, blaming the restaurant for making them fat, have failed to make their case but have thirty days to file an amended complaint (as noted by CNN).

"If plaintiffs were able to flesh out this argument...it may establish that the dangers of McDonald's products were not commonly well known."

Federal judge Robert Sweet, explaining that lawyers for obese patrons who are suing McDonald's, blaming the restaurant for making them fat, have failed to make their case but have thirty days to file an amended complaint (as noted by CNN).