A lawyer for dissatisfied users of the dietary supplement Relacore took his third and probably final shot Tuesday at getting class action treatment for the suit, which alleges the manufacturer made false claims about the drug’s effectiveness in cutting belly fat and stress.

Two lower New Jersey courts have held that there are too many possible variables to satisfy the class action requirement that questions of law or fact common to the class predominate over questions affecting only individual members.

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