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Just For Men's Hair-Dye Marketing Amounts To Civil Rights Violation – Plaintiff

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The latest class action targeting Just For Men owner Combe is a variation on a theme prevalent in other suits across the country, alleging that the company has failed to warn consumers adequately about p-phenylenediamine risks. This one goes further, asserting violations of federal equal rights law.

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