Investigation and class action against The Gillette Company focusing on consumers who purchased the M3P razor. The suit seeks to recover damages from the defendants on behalf of all persons who have purchased the M3P razor and were damaged thereby. The case alleges defendants engaged in deceptive practices by claiming the M3P razor delivered micro-pulses to the shaving cartridge that raised the hair upward and away from the skin.
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Gillette Company, The
The Gillette Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Procter and Gamble, makes razors and other consumer products.
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