Blog Posts in June, 2014

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  • Hypertension Drugs Recalled Suddenly
    Hypertension Drugs Recalled Suddenly

    In May, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories issued a voluntary recall for 13,560 bottles of its hypertension drug metoprolol succinate extended release. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), ...

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  • Common Acne Medications May Cause Severe Allergic Reactions
    Common Acne Medications May Cause Severe Allergic Reactions

    Late last month, the US Food and Drug Administration warned American consumers that common over-the-counter acne treatments contain ingredients that may cause severe and possibly life-threatening ...

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  • Chase Facing Class Action Lawsuit over Rewards Program
    Chase Facing Class Action Lawsuit over Rewards Program

    Credit card companies often offer Rewards programs to cardholders as an incentive to have them apply for their cards and to charge more each month once they get the card. For every dollar spent, ...

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  • Group urges FDA to Insist on Energy Drink Warning
    Group urges FDA to Insist on Energy Drink Warning

    The defective product attorneys at Golomb & Honik have handled many types of cases related to certain products and medications that failed to warn consumers of serious risks. When you don’t know of ...

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  • GM Lawyers Hid Evidence of Ignition Switch Defects from Company Executives
    GM Lawyers Hid Evidence of Ignition Switch Defects from Company Executives

    According to an internal General Motors (GM) investigation conducted by Anton Valukas, the company’s top lawyer, Michael Millikin, never learned about the defective ignition switch issue until shortly ...

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  • Urgent Recall for Patients on Blood Thinners
    Urgent Recall for Patients on Blood Thinners

    If you are currently taking the anticoagulant drug warfarin (also known as Coumadin) or being given heparin injections, you may be at serious risk for developing uncontrolled bleeding. An urgent ...

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