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WEN Class Action Headed For Potential $26M Settlement In California

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Individuals with documented hair loss or other injuries attributed to use of WEN Cleansing Conditioners could be compensated with payments up to $20,000 apiece under a proposed settlement expected to be entered in California’s Central District at the start of August.

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