Is water a natural element? Maybe. Maybe not.

In a recent false advertising case pending in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, Luib v. Henkel Consumer Goods, Inc., 17 cv 03021, the judge held that he could not say, as a matter of law, that water — that clear stuff that comes out of the faucet and is made up of two parts hydrogen to one part oxygen — is a “natural element.”   And so a jury will be called upon to make that determination.  Can’t wait to read the expert report of the scientist who contends that water is not natural.  Are we about to see an onslaught of false advertising water cases?  Stay tuned!

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