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Are insulin pumps used by diabetics routinely safe or not?

The verbal sparring persists regarding mobile insulin pumps used by high numbers of U.S. consumers. Legions of those individuals are children. Reportedly, about 250,000 adolescents across the country use pumps manufactured by Medtronic Inc., the leading device maker.

Clear and present danger: instant soup’s challenges for young kids

Admit it. Even as an adult, you’ve probably been challenged a time or two when dealing with those flimsy plastic or Styrofoam containers that brim with geyser-like hot water and steaming instant noodles.

Dismissal of Suit Against Bayer's "One A Day" Gummies Reversed

On September 7, 2018, a California appellate court unanimously reversed the dismissal of a putative class action suit against Bayer Corp. ("Bayer") regarding the "One A Day" gummy vitamins that deceptively have a recommended dosage of twice per day.

Ford Ordered to Pay $4.8 Million in Damages to Man Harmed in Ford Explorer Accident

On August 29, 2018, jurors in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas awarded damages of $4.8 million to Jose Leos-Ortiz ("Leos-Ortiz"), who had to have his arm amputated after his 1999 Ford Explorer ("Explorer") rolled over.

Hitachi Automotive and Mitsubishi Agree to $23 Million Settlement in Multi-District Price-Fixing Litigation

Hitachi Automotive Systems Ltd. ("Hitachi") and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation ("Mitsubishi") have agreed to pay a combined sum of more than $23 million to settle claims filed in Michigan federal court alleging that they participated in an extensive, global price-fixing conspiracy involving ignition coils, alternators, and starters.

J&J reeling in wake of massive product liability damage award

It took a jury eight hours to determine that damages of $550 million would fairly compensate 22 women plaintiffs for cancer-linked injuries they say they suffered from long-term use of Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder.