The Story Behind the Standard Candy Company Lawsuit
In this article, we’ll go over the events that lead up to the Standard Candy Company’s current legal crisis. It all started when they (a company from Florida) were accused of false advertising. The suits were brought against the company by a man named Stephen Jones. The suit claimed that the company advertised their steaming berry shakes for weight loss and “drowned” their costs under the guise of “herbal colon cleansers”. This became a huge problem, because not only did people think that the company was intentionally lying to them in order to get money from them (steaming berry shakes are not actually a good way to lose weight), but also because the company used a picture of themselves that was photoshopped.
There was also an episode of Law and Order on NBC called “CSI” where a forensic investigator was tasked with figuring out if a murder was done by a child with Autism.
The investigator was supposed to use a method called infrared technology to see the inner-workings of a child’s brain. But because of a mix of factors, including a location where the crime had taken place and the fact that the device was too large for Stephen and Joseph to easily carry, the team was unable to obtain conclusive evidence that they were indeed looking at. The episode ended with the team announcing that they were going to move on, and leave Stephen and Joseph to fend for themselves.
The next problem was that the Standard Candy Company was not the only company that was guilty of false advertising. There was also a case where a woman named Nyota Nyadu was killed in an elevator for her weight, which caused the company to get a bad reputation. The company even had a whole cereal section named “Nyota’s Cereals” in homage to the unfortunate victim.
Now, let’s take a look at this story from the point of view of the victim in this case, or Nyota Nyadu.
The young girl was working at a clothing store when she was brutally beaten to death in a place that did not have many people around: the busy storefront of a local clothing store. Her murder was ruled as a suicide, but since there were no witnesses to the event, the police overlooked it, and the Standard Candy Company was allowed to use it as their own personal brand in spite of this.
Because of this, Nyota filed a suit against the Standard Candy Company. In her case, the company was found liable for failing to appropriately protect her from harm, and they were also found to have falsely advertised their safety to the public. The court found that Nyota was the main contributing factor to her death, due to the fact that she was subjected to excessive stress by her employer, and that the result of this was that she died of her injuries, rather than from being struck by the steam turbine. Due to this, the company was forced to pay her estate a huge sum, in the hopes that they would be able to make good on the compensation.
The Standard Candy Company has since changed their safety procedures, and they are now more liable than before. However, this does not mean that they are solely to blame. There is proof that they were aware of the danger of their equipment, yet failed to take any measures to prevent it. The best thing that can be done is to ensure that they do everything they can to make sure that their customers are happy, and are protected at all times. If the Standard Candy Company is able to prove that their negligence was the main factor in this particular case, then they should pay out compensation to the family of Stephanie Thomas, and all other former employees.