The suit alleged that the actress had taken a sample given to her by bosses at 220 Labs and used it to come up with a range of eco-friendly products on her own along with stylist David Babaii.
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Bosses at the company have claimed that the idea to create a collection of shampoos and styling aids that would contain volcanic ash was originally theirs. But now, they have reached an out-of-court settlement with Hudson and the case has been dismissed, reports TMZ.com.
"My clients are delighted it has been settled... everyone was pleased with the result,” the Daily Express quoted a lawyer as telling TMZ.
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