The Ninth Circuit last week rejected a putative class action accusing a defendant of deceiving consumers about the quantity of product accessible in a lip balm tube.  See EBNER V. FRESH, INC., No. Case: 13-56644 (9th Cir. 03/17/2016).

Plaintiff alleged that cosmetics and skin care products manufacturer Fresh, Inc. deceived consumers about the quantity

Most employers and workers recognize that the “workers comp.” system is entirely separate from the civil law courts, with its own special remedies and procedures.   Employers also generally understand that such workers comp. benefits are supposed to be the “exclusive remedy” for any workplace injury.

But the recent case of Prue v. Brady Company, Inc.