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Salmonella Cases Tied to Winery Events

Numerous guests became ill after attending two catered events at a winery in Florence, Arizona, this March, according to a recent article from Phoenix New Times. The newspaper wrote that the illnesses were thought to be from Salmonella poisoning and… Read More

Stryker Recall Deadline Extended

Patients who have been injured by Stryker Corporations orthopedic hip systems have until March 30, 2015 to enroll in the settlement program. The hip devices, including the Rejuvenate Hip System and the ABG II have injured patients by becoming corroded. Since… Read More

FTC Issues Warning to Deceptive Advertisers

The Federal Trade Commission announced today that it sent out a warning letter to more than 60 companies warning them of their failures to make adequate disclosures about their products in television and print ads. These letters went to companies who… Read More

Power Morcellators Linked to Serious Cancer Risk

Johnson & Johnson has requested that doctors and hospitals return all of its power morcellators after reports that the devices can spread cancer in women who have had hysterectomies or myomectomies. The Phillips Law Group is also investigating these reports,… Read More

Toyota Recalls More than 6 Million Vehicles in Europe, Asia and the U.S.

Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling more than 6 million vehicles spanning nearly 30 models in the U.S., Japan and Europe for a variety of problems, ranging from air bags not deploying to driver's seats not locking properly. The top-selling RAV4 SUV, Corolla,… Read More

J&J Settles $5.9 Million Risperdal Lawsuit Over Marketing Practices

Johnson & Johnson and Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a division of J&J, have agreed to pay $5.9 million to settle a Risperdal lawsuit that alleged the companies of improperly marketing the medication, which is primarily used to treat atypical psychological… Read More

Target Janitors Class Action Settled

Twin Cities janitors contracted to clean various Target stores will receive back overtime pay and damages as part of a class-action settlement reached this week with their employer, Diversified Maintenance Systems (DMS). DMS has denied any wrongdoing. The… Read More

Mobile Home Manufacturers Settle Lawsuit

According to Reuters, 21 mobile home manufacturers have agreed to pay $14.8 million to thousands of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita victims who claimed they were harmed by formaldehyde in the trailers. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provided… Read More

Taco Bell Linked To Salmonella Outbreak

According to The South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the popular fast food chain Taco Bell has been connected to a salmonella outbreak last fall. The outbreak left 68 people ill in 10 states. The salmonella outbreak started in October of last year. The ten states… Read More

Fisher Price Recalls 10 Million Toys Due to Potential Injury

Children's toys are an enormous market that's supported by consumers, and it generates billions of dollars every year for the leading companies who manufacture these products. One of these leading companies is Fisher Price, which is known around the world… Read More

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