Federal Court Rules Hair Relaxer-Cancer Injury Litigation Should Move Forward

District court largely denies L’Oreal, Revlon, other companies’ attempts to dismiss 8,000+ case multidistrict hair relaxer use injury litigation As reported by Law360 (subscription), plaintiffs represented by Lieff Cabraser and numerous co-counsel were successful in defeating L’Oreal, Revlon, and other companies’ attempts to get thousands of coordinated hair relaxer-linked cancer injury lawsuits dismissed at the

2023-12-01T04:22:11+00:00November 15th, 2023|Personal Injury, Women's Health|

FDA to Propose Ban on Hair Relaxer Products Linked to Cancers in Women

As reported by CNN, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration intends to propose a ban on hair straightening products like hair relaxers that have been linked to health risks including uterine and ovarian cancer in long-time users. The rule is expected to bank hair-straightening products that contain formaldehyde and other related chemicals like methylene and

2023-10-16T17:34:59+00:00October 16th, 2023|Uncategorized|

Tiseme Zegeye Reaches out to Southern California Community About Black Health, Hair Relaxer-Cancer Lawsuits at Long Beach Women’s Health Expo

On Saturday June 10, 2023, Lieff Cabraser partner Tiseme Zegeye connected with the Southern California community at the 2023 Long Beach Women's Health Expo, an annual event that has served as a vital platform for advancing women's health issues for over two decades. [Event photo: Legal Nurse Consultant Monica Bullard and Lieff Cabraser Partner Tiseme

2023-09-06T15:10:31+00:00June 12th, 2023|Personal Injury|

Lieff Cabraser, Equal Justice Society, and Serna & Associates PLLC Announce Filing of Federal Injury Lawsuit in California Against L’Oreal, Softsheen, Dermoviva and Others for Cancer Allegedly Caused by Repeated Use of Hair Relaxer Products

Plaintiff Tamara Bryant alleges her uterine cancer was caused by her regular and prolonged use of hair relaxer products manufactured by the defendants that contain phthalates and other endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) January 17, 2023, San Francisco–(BUSINESSWIRE)–On January 13, 2023, Lieff Cabraser, Equal Justice Society, and Serna & Associates PLLC filed a federal injury lawsuit

2023-06-20T15:02:07+00:00January 17th, 2023|Human Rights, Personal Injury|