FTC-L’Oreal Settlement Should Reverberate Across Industry – Attorneys
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The recent action against L’Oreal sends a signal to industry that FTC is paying attention to their claims. In an interview with “The Rose Sheet,” attorneys from Edwards Wildman Palmer discuss the case’s implications and whether it heralds a new FTC focus on cosmetics.
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