A judge dismissed a proposed class action lawsuit accusing L'Oreal SA of tricking American shoppers into overpaying for its beauty products by making them believe the products came from France. In a decision on Monday, U.S. District Judge Analisa Torres in Manhattan said L'Oreal's referring to "Paris" and sprinkling French words on packaging would not deceive reasonable consumers about where its shampoo, mascara and other products came from. The plaintiff, Veronica Eshelby, claimed she had not noticed the fine print before learning that the products she bought were manufactured in L'Oreal's factory in North Little Rock, Arkansas, or elsewhere in the United States and Canada.
Société anonyme au capital de 107 037 312,40 euros Siège social : 14, rue Royale, 75008 Paris 632 012 100 R.C.S. Paris Legal Entity Identifyer : 529900JI1GG6F7RKVI53 Disclosure of total number of voting rights and number of shares in the capital at February 28, 2023 Pursuant to article L-233-8 II of the French “Code de Commerce” and 223-16 of the AMF's General Regulations: Total number of shares 535,186,562 Number of real voting rights (excluding treasury shares) 535,186,562 Theoretical number o
Annual General Meeting to be held on Friday 21 April 2023 and 2022 Universal Registration Document Clichy, 16 March 2023 – L’Oréal, the world’s leading beauty company, announced terms of information availability regarding the Annual General Meeting to be held on Friday 21 April 2023 and the 2022 Universal Registration Document. TERMS OF INFORMATION AVAILABILITY REGARDING THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF FRIDAY 21 APRIL 2023 The Annual General Meeting of L’Oréal (hereafter the “Company”) will be h