Here’s a story with a California nexus that easily relates to residents in Connecticut and all other states.
No one can reasonably claim that a recent demand from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration aimed at makers of select baby teething products came unexpectedly.
Pelvic mesh implants were introduced about a generation ago. They have been widely used across the world to treat so-called “stress incontinence” in women.
On April 19, 2018, California resident Kevin Branca ("Plaintiff"), on behalf of himself and all others similarly situated, filed a putative class action against drink maker, Bai Brands LLC ("Defendant"), accusing the company of using misleading packaging that suggests its products are made with "all-natural" ingredients even though they are artificially flavored.
Executives with global colossus Johnson & Johnson are presently viewing talcum powder and other talc-based products in a manner sharply divergent from the elation that has long marked their preeminence as profit drivers for the company.
On January 16, 2018, Judge Ronald B. Leighton, of the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington, ruled that Ford Motor Company ("Ford") must face some of the claims in a proposed class action over allegedly defective sunroofs that can spontaneously shatter.
It is easy to note why furniture that one national news report states "can easily tip over" would spell a major concern for the company that makes it.
Many people have a goal to shed a few pounds, especially around the holiday season. Along with exercise and dieting, some people also choose to take supplements to facilitate the process. However, these weight loss products are not without risk.
Imagine you buy a new coffee maker, and after a few uses you fall in love with it. The coffee is perfect, and you like the aesthetics of the coffee maker itself. But then after a few weeks, you notice that the coffee maker spits hot water a little bit. Then, a few weeks after that, it completely capitulates and shoots hot water everywhere, burning you.
Your trusted local auto dealership would never sell you a used vehicle that employees knew had a hidden defect and was subject to a safety recall, right?