Bausch & Lomb taking $10 mil. charge for settlement of lens marketing class action suit.
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
BAUSCH & LOMB TO TAKE $10 MIL. CHARGE FOR CONTACT LENS CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT, the company announced Aug. 1. The lawsuit, given class action status in Birmingham, Alabama on Nov. 1, 1994, related to the firm's marketing of its SeeQuence 2, Medalist, Optima FW and Criterion Ultra FW soft contact lenses.
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