Herbalife Sued Over Product Safety

by louabbott on June 10, 2008

Los Angeles Business Journal – June 10, 2008

A Rosemead woman on Tuesday sued Herbalife Ltd., contending she had to be hospitalized for lead-related liver problems after taking a combination of the company’s nutritional supplements.  The woman, Philis Chen, is represented by Christopher Grell, a San Francisco attorney who is an ally of Herbalife critic and short seller Barry Minkow.

Minkow in recent months has waged a campaign against Los Angeles-based Herbalife over its business practices and product safety. He had admitted to shorting the company’s stock, although he says it is to pay for his group’s investigation.

Minkow cites independent laboratory tests he commissioned that indicate levels of lead in several Herbalife products that if taken in combination over an extended period could lead to liver problems.

Read the entire article at the Los Angeles Business Journal

Also, read our company overview:  Herbalife Facts, News and Review

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