L’Oréal has prevailed in the latest instalment of its ongoing battle with Olaplex. The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit overturned an earlier Federal Court judgement that the French beauty giant infringed the indie’s patented hair coloring system, according to a report published by Reuters.
New York State is set to greenlight the recreational use of marijuana, according to a report published by The Wall Street Journal.
Procter & Gamble-owned Crest could be called upon to defend itself in a class action lawsuit, bought against the US FMCG giant by a New York resident who alleges that P&G over-egged the benefits of its activated charcoal toothpaste on purpose, according to a report published by the Cincinnati Business Courier.
TikTok will pay out some US$92 million to settle a class action suit which claims that the Chinese social media site has breached privacy laws through its use of facial recognition tech to identify a user’s gender, age and ethnicity, according to a report published by BBC News.
The U.S. congress has introduced a new bill that will approve CBD for use in dietary supplements, a move that aims to push the FDA into approving the ingredient, according to Natural Products Insider.
Hailey Bieber has filed a trademark application for naming rights for the name Rhode, according to a report published by Refinery 29, quoting TMZ as its source.
A class action suit has been launched against Unilever in the US, according to a report published by Fox News. The suit alleges that a product from the UK FMCG manufacturer’s TRESemme range causes hair loss.
The USDA has published its Final Rule for the domestic production of hemp and has raised the restricted ceiling of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) as well as giving more time for farmers to collect samples.
Procter & Gamble will withdraw its financial support from any elected officials who have questioned the result of the 2020 presidential election, according to a report published by the Cincinnati Business Courier.
A lawsuit brought by Citigroup against a group of Revlon lenders to whom it mistakenly paid some US$900 million has been given the green light to proceed by a federal judge, according to a report published by Reuters.