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L’Oreal’s Gunslinging Counsel On Killing Amla Hair-Relaxer Class Action: ‘We Shot Every Bullet’

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Gordon & Rees partner Peter Siachos for L’Oreal says the firm was “relentless” in its defense against a consolidated class action in New York’s Southern District concerning the SoftSheen Carson Amla Legend hair relaxer. Plaintiffs alleged the product is unreasonably dangerous and, at the same time, deceptively marketed as a gentler option than competing, lye-based offerings.

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