Investigation for Law Suit: DevaCurl No-Poo Hair Products Alleged to Cause Hair Loss, Hair Damage and Injury to Scalp.

Christiansen Davis LLC is a Dallas law firm currently investigating products sold under the DevaCurl brand name. We believe these products, particularly the no-poo products, may lead to hair loss and damage as well as other injuries to the hair and scalp. If you have purchased any of the products and/or are unsatisfied with the advertised […]

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FDA launches WEN by Chaz Dean hair loss investigation

  TODAY (TODAY.COM) – FDA launches WEN by Chaz Dean hair loss investigation by Rheana Murray Update: The FDA is investigating 127 reports from customers who complained of “adverse” effects from using WEN by Chaz Dean Cleansing Conditioner products. That’s the largest number of reports ever associated with a hair-cleansing product, according to the statement. The agency will […]

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The Class-Action Settlement Against Wen Hair Care Is Officially Moving Forward

GLAMOUR (GLAMOUR.COM) – The Class-Action Settlement Against Wen Hair Care Is Officially Moving Forward by Deanna Pai Even if you’ve never used Wen Hair Care in your life, you’ve probably seen the infomercials—and, by now, heard rumblings about the recent class-action lawsuit filed last December. Users of the brand’s scented cleansing conditioners (the hero product of the line, […]

Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of LGBTQ Protections

In a landmark decision for LGBTQ employment rights, the Supreme Court has ruled that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, includes gay and transgender employees. The ruling, written by Justice Neil Gorsuch, settles differing decisions from lower courts that considered whether Title VII provided […]

The Challenge of Managing High-Risk Employees as Businesses Reopen

As governmental stay-at-home orders are being lifted and employers consider reopening their workplaces, new challenges arise that require careful consideration. The National Law Review has been publishing articles to help employers focus on the issues specific to their business, one of which we will highlight this month. We encourage you to monitor the Centers for […]

What Employers Need to Know about Unemployment Changes

The first round of the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) payments, an economic rescue package designed to provide some relief to Americans affected by COVID-19, have started to arrive. Besides direct payments to individuals, the act provides tax and loan respite for businesses and funding for healthcare workers. The CARES ACT […]

Fifth Circuit Employment Cases from 2019 That Affect 2020

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit had a busy 2019. Employment law continues to be affected by the pro-employer leanings of the Trump administration. For the next few months, we will highlight cases that are important for employers to know in 2020. Criteria for age discrimination In McMichael v. Transocean Offshore Deepwater […]

NRLB Reverses Prior Ruling on Employee Personal Use of Email

In yet another decision that reverses an Obama-era policy, the National Labor and Relations Board (NLRB) determined that employers can regulate their employees’ use of company email and other IT resources for non-work-related communications. Previously, Board held that employees with access to these resources for work had a presumptive right to use them on nonworking […]

Courts Examine the Toll of Noncompete Agreements

Noncompete provisions are common in employment contracts. Such agreements (NCAs) usually state that an employee agrees not to compete with the employer in the same industry for a specified period of time after the employee leaves the company. Many employers include a tolling clause in their NCAs, which states that the restrictions can be extended […]

Implicit Bias in Hiring — What to Look For and How to Avoid It

Last month, we looked at how to avoid inappropriate topics during an employment interview. But often, discrimination in hiring is less overt than a direct question. And employers must ensure that the entire hiring process is truly fair. I recently completed a continuing education class on implicit bias and would like to share some insights […]