Blog Posts in May, 2014

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  • Crab Meat Recalled For Listeria
    Crab Meat Recalled For Listeria

    A voluntary recall was issued for minced crab meat packaged by Rome Packing Co., based in East Providence, Rhode Island. During a routine sampling, the company discovered that some of the products may ...

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  • Ford Recalls Over 1 Million Cars
    Ford Recalls Over 1 Million Cars

    Ford has issued recalls for almost 1.4 million cars in order to fix steering issues and other problems. Over 900,000 of the recalls were to address a torque sensor that could malfunction within the ...

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  • $650 Million Settlement Over Blood Thinners
    $650 Million Settlement Over Blood Thinners

    In a recent development, the German drug company, Boehringer Ingelheim, has agreed to pay $650 million to settle the thousands of lawsuits against it for the blood thinner, Pradaxa. Pradaxa functions ...

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  • GM Recalls Continuing Into Summer
    GM Recalls Continuing Into Summer

    After delaying the recall of 2.6 million vehicles, General Motors has already paid a $35 million dollar settlement to the U.S. Transportation Department. That recall was over faulty ignition switches ...

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  • FDA says Testosterone Treatment must include Blood Clot Warning
    FDA says Testosterone Treatment must include Blood Clot Warning

    The experienced attorneys at Golomb Legal represent defective drug cases aggressively. If you have been injured by a defective, dangerous drug, then you deserve compensation. Last week, the US Food ...

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  • CFPB Takes Action Against Deceptive "Free Checking" Ads
    CFPB Takes Action Against Deceptive "Free Checking" Ads

    In October, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFBP) took action against M&T Bank for misleading advertisements of free checking accounts. The Bureau found that M&T had acted unethically by ...

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