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2017 In Review: Plaintiffs Find New Angles For Attacking Cosmetics' Authenticity

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Rose Sheet's coverage of consumer litigation targeting personal-care companies for deceptive claims, among other alleged violations, yielded some of its most-read stories in 2017, based on online analytics. Trends are likely to carry over and, in some cases, pick up steam in 2018.

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