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 & Honik 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
    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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