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Fragrance Industry Suppliers Again Being Investigated For Anticompetitive Practices

An Investigation is currently being conducted amid renewed allegations of price fixing and other antitrust violations in the fragrance industry. The  investigation centers around fragrance products for use in the manufacture of consumer products such as household and personal care products. What Is Price Fixing And Why Is It Illegal? Price fixing is a type…

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Ontario Law Firm Takes On Manufacturers Of Infant Formula That Causes NEC

Did your child develop necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) from baby formula in the hospital? If so, you have claim for compensation. Gluckstein Lawyers, a nationally recognized Canadian law firm, is preparing to take on the manufactures of these baby formula products. Infant Formula Companies Engage in False And Deceptive Marketing As reported by the World Health…

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Data Breach at Professional Finance USA Exposes Patient Records Of 650 Healthcare Providers

Ransomware Attack Could Be One Of 2022’s Biggest Health Care Breaches A major ransomware attack on a little-known debt collection firm that serves hundreds of hospitals and medical facilities across the U.S. could be one of the biggest data breaches of personal and health information this year. The Greeley Colorado-based Professional Finance Company, known as…

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Similac Powdered Infant Formula Found To Contain Harmful Heavy Metals Featured

Abbott Laboratories is facing increasing scrutiny from federal regulators, lawmakers and parents, as new information is emerging that its powdered infant formula products sold under the Similac brand, contain harmful heavy metals known to cause autism, severe attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and/or brain development issues. As such these products pose a long-term health risk to humans…

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NHTSA Investigating Honda Accord Steering Problems

According to the Associated Press, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating multiple complaints about steering failures that could affect more than 1.1 million Honda Accord sedans. The NHTSA says it received 31 complaints about the problem and Honda has 77 more. Drivers reporting the issue experienced “a loss of steering control and the…

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SCOTUS Ruling On Goldman Sachs Securities Fraud Case Could Decimate Investor Rights And Protections

With Oral Arguments Less than 2 Weeks Away, Stark Implications Seen for Investors in Outcome of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. v. Arkansas Teacher Retirement System. I urge all to share this post and give this case the attention it deserves. Will the U.S. Supreme Court allow investors defrauded by Goldman Sachs during the financial crisis…

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