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Aqualight, a brand of luxury and lifestyle clothing, is currently in a legal battle with former clients who allege they were misled about its health and safety practices.

In a lawsuit filed in Japan, former clients allege that Aqualights, which was founded in 2012, has not met the standard of its Japanese counterpart, Kashiwazaki Maru, which has a similar philosophy.

The Japanese brand is currently under investigation by the Tokyo District Court and is seeking compensation from former clients, including an order to cease trading.

In January, the company’s CEO, Kazuhiro Tsuda, said the company would end its litigation with its former clients “in the end” and is prepared to sell its shares.

In addition, Tsuda said Aqualighting was not in the best position to fight the ongoing case in Japan.

“We are not in a position to defend ourselves in court,” he said at the time.

“It’s up to the Japanese courts to decide.”

The lawsuit alleges that the company was misleading consumers about the safety and environmental practices of its products.

In particular, it alleged that Aquamarine was not tested for cadmium, lead and other harmful substances.

“These chemicals are present in Aquamaria products and Aquamarels own tests and safety tests,” the lawsuit stated.

“It has been proven that the product is safe and effective for the Japanese market.”

Aquamarine and other Japanese brands, including Meejung, are currently fighting a court case in Tokyo over alleged environmental breaches.

Aqualight, a brand of luxury and lifestyle clothing, is currently in a legal battle with former clients who allege they…