A US judge has stayed two court cases brought by states against Johnson & Johnson over the safety of its talc products pending the outcome of an appellate court review of the US baby care manufacturer’s bid to resolve all claims via the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process, according to a report published by Reuters.
A Manhattan Judge has refused L’Oréal’s objection to a class action law suit regarding two topical collagen products, according to a report by Reuters.
Beiersdorf and Bayer will pay our some US$2.3 million to settle a class actions suit bought against the manufacturers following the discovery that its Coppertone sunscreen was contaminated with benzene.
Estée Lauder Chairman William Lauder has settled a lawsuit with his ex-mistress Taylor Stein over a US$7 million Bel Air mansion.
Parlux has been ordered to pay US$6.78 million to Jay-Z by a New York court after losing a lawsuit in which the perfumer manufacturer accused the rapper of failing to promote his perfume under the terms of their contract, according to a report published by The New York Post.
LVMH-owned Sephora has agreed to pay out US$1.2 million and agree to an injunction to settle a lawsuit that charges the beauty retailer with selling customers’ data without their consent, according to a report published by NBC News.
Plaintiff Marina Iskhakova has filed a class action suit against L’Oréal, stating that the company’s Saloncentric website is not accessible to visually impaired people using a screen reader.
Having successfully convinced the courts to stay some 38,000 personal injury claims using the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process, Johnson & Johnson is now attempting to convince a New Jersey judge that it also has grounds to dodge two cases alleging violation of state consumer protection regulations, according to a report published by the Financial Times.
The Estee Lauder Companies-owned Mac Cosmetics is set to face a class action lawsuit which alleges that the make-up giant has illegally and secretly monitored and recorded its customers’ movements on its website, according to a report published by Top Class Actions.
Revlon has been given permission by U.S. bankruptcy judge David Jones to proceed with a US$1.4 billion loan, following an objection filed by junior creditors, according to a report by Reuters.