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, […]

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 […]

NLRB Proposes Changes to Election Procedures

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has not often enacted rules pursuant to the Administrative Procedures Act, preferring that the Board’s legislative policies be established in individualized rulings. But recent actions indicate a break with that tradition. Earlier this month, the Board proposed regulations targeting three areas of current policy that govern the filing and […]

Acosta Replacement May Pick Up the Pace at DOL

Patrick Pizzella takes the reins as acting Secretary of Labor following Alexander Acosta’s resignation over a 2008 plea deal he arranged for Jeffery Epstein. Pizzella has been deputy secretary just over a year and held various positions related to labor policy during two previous administrations. While Acosta was cautious about too-quickly reversing Obama-era policies that favored workers […]

Supreme Court Mitigates Use of Charge-Filing Requirement in Employer Discrimination Defense

In a ruling earlier this month, the U.S. Supreme Court found that Title VII’s exhaustion of administrative remedies requirement is a mandatory claim-processing rule rather than jurisdictional, settling a long-standing disagreement among appellate courts. The need for the clarification stems from a general rule that a federal discrimination claim should be dismissed unless a timely […]

Supreme Court agrees to consider LGBT discrimination in the workplace

Supreme Court agrees to consider LGBT discrimination in the workplace As mentioned in a prior post, the Supreme Court of the United States will soon resolve uncertainty as to whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation. In the first two consolidated cases, Altitude Express Inc. v. […]

Noncompete Issues to Watch in 2019

As the year progresses, legal questions and cases regarding noncompete law should prove interesting. In recent years, the trend has been toward limiting noncompete agreements in favor of allowing employee mobility. This year promises challenges on both sides of the issue. Here are a few that we’re watching, as reported by Law360. Anti-Poaching Litigation The […]