California Federal Court Rejects Settlement Proposal In Coppertone ‘Mineral-Based’ Sunscreen Case
Beiersdorf and former owner Bayer are on the verge of settling a proposed class action in California’s Northern District challenging “mineral-based” claims on Coppertone sunscreens that also contain chemical UV filters. However, the parties will have to try again with their proposed terms.
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