That was quick

by Walter Olson on December 5, 2013

Class action lawyers hop on 23andMe with a lawsuit piggybacking on the FDA’s enforcement action [Nita Farahany; Ron Bailey, Reason]. Earlier here.

Related: “regulators remain serenely unconcerned about their hubris, convinced they know better than the rest of us what is good for us.” [Nita Ghei, Washington Times, and thanks for link]

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1 wfjag 12.05.13 at 11:53 am

Since the FDA is shutting down 23andMe, there won’t be any money left after the Class Rep’s lawyers take their fees. So, you have to wonder what sort of coupon Class Plaintiffs will get? It can’t be a 23andMe discount, since it will be out of business. Maybe the Class Plaintiffs will receive a coupon entitling them to a discount on the entrance fee to the Creationism Museum, so they can explore their inner Neanderthal Ancestor.

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