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  • Coppertone Joins Widescale Sunscreen Recall
    Coppertone Joins Widescale Sunscreen Recall

    Earlier this year, we reported on J&J voluntarily recalling some of its sunscreen products due to possible benzene contamination concerns. Recently, Coppertone announced its own voluntary recall of ...

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  • September’s Safety Month Topics
    September’s Safety Month Topics

    It always pays well to think about safety in your day-to-day life. The National Safety Council (NSC) has long helped people across the nation do just that through its monthly safety awareness ...

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  • Product Recall News: Shrimp Contaminated with Salmonella
    Product Recall News: Shrimp Contaminated with Salmonella

    As one of the nation’s most trusted consumer class action and product defect law firms, Golomb Sprit Grunfeld P.C. keeps an eye on developing stories about dangerous products that could potentially ...

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  • J&J Voluntarily Recalls Sunscreen Products Due to Possible Carcinogen
    J&J Voluntarily Recalls Sunscreen Products Due to Possible Carcinogen

    Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has been in news headlines in recent years due to various product recalls and consumer class action lawsuits , such as those related to its baby powder products potentially ...

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  • Split Rock/Bel Air Timeshare Lawsuits for Inappropriate Real Estate Taxes
    Split Rock/Bel Air Timeshare Lawsuits for Inappropriate Real Estate Taxes

    Did you purchase a timeshare membership interest from Split Rock, Bell Air Collection Resorts & Spas, and ThyCollection, including the Willowbrook at Lake Harmony resort? Were you charged a 2% ...

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  • U.S. Supreme Court Denies J&J Appeal of $2B Award in Talc Powder Lawsuit
    U.S. Supreme Court Denies J&J Appeal of $2B Award in Talc Powder Lawsuit

    The United States Supreme Court recently rejected an appeal filed by Johnson & Johnson (J&J) to dismiss a historic $2.1 billion award the company was ordered to pay to a set of plaintiffs that alleged ...

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