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FDA Issues Recall of Baby Formula, Formula Shortage Worsens

As parents have been scrambling to find baby formula due to supply chain issues in the ongoing pandemic, there is a secondary problem with three popular baby formulas. Similac, Alimentum, and EleCare have all reportedly been linked to illnesses. On Sunday, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a recall for powdered baby formula brands,[…] Read More

What Are Strict Liability Rules for Defective Products?

Every year in the United States, people are injured by different types of products. Products that do not meet the consumer’s reasonable expectations for safety are considered defective or dangerous. Products liability law refers to a specific branch of law concerning liability when consumers are harmed by unsafe goods. In some personal injury claims, the[…] Read More

Johnson & Johnson Files Bankruptcy for Subsidiary Handling Talc Liabilities

In a strategy being referred to as the “Texas Two-Step,” Johnson & Johnson is asking a federal judge to temporarily halt all lawsuits related to its talc baby powder so it can negotiate a settlement under bankruptcy rules. The personal product’s manufacturer is financially healthy, but it formed a subsidiary in Texas, LTL Management LLC,[…] Read More

What can Workers Do about a Job-Related Back Injury?

Workplace back injuries are more common than any other type of on-the-job injury. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, 38.5 percent of the musculoskeletal workplace injuries impact the back. This is a significant threat, so you should understand how to protect yourself if you suffer a back injury at work. What Steps[…] Read More