American Law Reports (A.L.R.) has published an annotation titled “Liability of Food Manufacturer Based on Statement in Product Labeling or Promotion Relating to, or Inconsistent with Presence of, Trans Fat in Product.” 92 A.L.R.6th 141 (2014). It “collects and analyzes all the federal and state cases discussing the liability, when not precluded by federal preemption, of a food manufacturer based on an allegedly untrue or misleading statement, in the labeling or promotion of a food product, relating to the presence or absence of trans fat in the product or a statement that, while not referring itself to trans fat, is allegedly inconsistent with the presence of trans fat in the product.” Most of the nearly 30 cases were filed in federal district courts in the Ninth Circuit.