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Epstein v. Giannattasio
Connecticut Superior Court
197 A.2d 342 (1963)
Betty Epstein (plaintiff) sought a hair-coloring treatment from Giannattasio (defendant). The treatment involved a product, Zotos 30-day Color, manufactured by Sales Affiliates, Incorporated (defendant), and a prebleach product manufactured by Clairol, Incorporated (defendant). Epstein allegedly suffered acute dermatitis and disfigurement from hair loss as a result of the treatment she received from Giannattasio. Epstein brought claims for negligence and breach of warranty against Giannattasio, Sales Affiliates, and Clairol.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Lugg, J.)
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