An October status conference is set in a 2008 immune supplement class action brought against Target Corporation.
St. Clair County Associate Judge Andrew Gleeson set the case brought by lead plaintiff Brian Buehlhorn either June 13 or March 13.
The order setting the Oct. 3 status conference contains conflicting date information.
While the order’s file stamp reads June 13, 2011, a handwritten date above St. Clair County Associate Judge Andrew Gleeson’s signature indicates the judge signed the order March 16. The handwriting appears to be the same as Gleeson’s signature.
The action marks the first order in the case entered since Brian Kreisler joined Buehlhorn’s legal team earlier this year.
Buehlhorn proposes to lead a multi-state class of customers who bought Target’s version of the immune system supplement Airborne.
Buehlhorn claims he and other class members in California, Minnesota and other states were deceived about the effectiveness of the Target supplement.
The suit is one of a number of immune supplement class actions brought in St. Clair County in 2008.
All of the cases were filed by the team of Paul Weiss, Richard Burke and Kevin Hoerner.
At least one of those cases, led by Iean Finley against CVS Pharmacies Inc. remains pending in a St. Clair County courtroom.
The Oct. 3 status conference is set to start at 9 a.m.
Robert Bassett represents Target.
The case is St. Clair case number 08-L-667.