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Cosmetics Firms Could Face ‘Wave’ Of Product Liability Suits – Attorney

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Product liability suits targeting personal-care companies may be “right on the cusp of hitting,” law firm Crowell & Moring predicts in its Litigation Forecast 2017 report. Companies including Johnson & Johnson and Unilever already have been swept up in what could be a growing wave of actions citing ingredient dangers.

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