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Ross Stores Settles Sheet Threadcount Class Action

Consumers who purchased certain cotton-polyester blended sheets from Ross Stores are eligible for injunctive relief in the form of heightened reporting on thread counts and better reports on ongoing investigations after a recent nationwide class action settlement. The Class includes anyone who bought Chief Value Cotton polyester-cotton blend sheet sets from a Ross store between…

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Philadelphia Jury Clears J&J In Talc Cancer Case

The first case in Philadelphia over alleged health risks associated with Johnson & Johnson’s signature talcum powder came to an end Friday as a state jury cleared the company of claims that its product contributed to a woman’s ovarian cancer diagnosis. A Philadelphia jury cleared Johnson & Johnson on Friday of claims its talcum powder…

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T-Mobile Data Breach Places Personal Identifying Information of 53 Million Customers At Risk Featured

The number of users whose personal information might have been compromised in a recent cyber attack of T-Mobile has climbed to 53 million, as the telecommunication company is hit by a pair of class-action lawsuits. T-Mobile announced Friday it had discovered that another 5.3 million current customers and  667,000 former customers also had their information…

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Chevy and Buick Engine Defects Spur Authorities To Investigate

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has received numerous consumer complaints from Chevy Malibu and Buick owners detailing a message on their dashboard while driving moments before losing speed which reads “Engine Power is Reduced..” Upon seeing this message, the car’s speed is forcibly reduced and drivers report being unable to drive above a…

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Philips Agrees Respiratory Device Recall Lawsuits Should Be Centralized in Federal MDL Featured

As a growing number of class action lawsuits and individual injury lawsuits continue to be filed on behalf of owners of recalled DreamStation CPAP machines, Bi-PAP machines and mechanical ventilators, which have been found to release toxic particles into the air pathways, Philips indicates it agrees the litigation should be consolidated before one judge for…

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E-Cigarette Company JUUL To Pay $40 Million To Settle North Carolina Lawsuit Featured

On June 28th, E-cigarette company Juul Labs announced it will pay $40 million and make changes to its business practices to settle the first state complaint that alleged it marketed to teens, North Carolina state attorneys announced on Monday. The settlement follows a lawsuit filed in 2019 by North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein that claimed…

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Lawsuit Alleges Syngenta Fraudulently Concealed Link Between Paraquat and Parkinson’s Disease Featured

A recently filed lawsuit alleges Syngenta fraudulently concealed and withheld information about the link between Paraquat and Parkinson’s disease. As a consequence, agricultural workers and those living in areas surrounding fields where the weedkiller was sprayed went on to develop devastating neurological injuries. Paraquat is a highly toxic grass and weed killer that is sold…

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