CBD Drugs In Cosmetic Clothing Violate California’s Unfair Competition Law – Class Actions
California federal courts have shown themselves receptive to proposed class actions alleging that purported cosmetics carrying unapproved drug claims violate the state’s Unfair Competition Law. Plaintiffs now are testing similar theories in suits against marketers of CBD-infused topical products.
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Cosmetics Market In 2019: CBD, Microplastic And US Sunscreen Uncertainty Among Year’s Biggest Issues
The opportunity represented by cannabidiol, and the uncertain future for commonly used sunscreen active ingredients in the US and microplastic in the EU, were issues of high interest among cosmetics industry stakeholders in 2019.