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Plaintiff Seeks Damages For All Americans Gouged By Estee Lauder Companies Eye Concentrate

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Consumers nationwide are entitled to damages awards for physical injuries and economic harm incurred from purchasing and using ELC’s reformulated La Mer Eye Concentrate, according to a class action complaint against The Estee Lauder Companies in Illinois’ Northern District. ELC’s motion to dismiss is pending.

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