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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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Ohio Homeowners – Get Help Fighting Underpaid Home Insurance Claims

Homeowners who suffer property damage—including water damage, storm damage, roof leaks, or other types of property damages—can file claims to their home insurance companies to reimburse them for repairs. However, some homeowners allege that insurance companies are underpaying those claims and the cost of repairing property damage to their homes. In response, some homeowners may…

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Sprout Organic Foods Shuns Federal Oversight Committee Examining Heavy Metal Content in Baby Foods

The research group Healthy Babies Bright Futures published a report in October 2019 that found 95% of the baby food products sold in the U.S..contain toxic levels of four heavy metals – mercury, arsenic, lead and cadmium. Exposure to these in babies results in IQ loss, attention deficits, learning and behavioral problems not to mention…

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Xeljanz Use Leads To Increased Risk of Serious Heart-Related Problems

ISSUE: On Feb 4th 2021, the FDA alerted the public that preliminary results from a safety clinical trial show an increased risk of serious heart-related problems and cancer with the arthritis and ulcerative colitis medicine Xeljanz, Xeljanz XR (tofacitinib) compared to another type of medicine called tumor necrosis factor (TNF) inhibitors. FDA required the safety…

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