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Blog Posts in 2012

Haier America Trading Agrees to $850,000 Civil Penalty for Failure to Report Defective Blenders

If you're wondering why so many companys announce voluntary recalls, it's because they essentially are required. When a manufacturer learns their product is defective and that it may cause ...
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New Numbers Out on Summer Pool Drownings - Make Sure You're Taking Precautions

Each year, the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission problishes the number of pool drownings nationwide in an effort to raise public awareness and, hopefully, vigilence. Last week, the US CPSC ...
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CPSC Anounces Rule for Small Magnet Sets

Remember hearing about those small, highly powerful magnet sets that kids were swallowing, causing them injury? It was picked up by national and local news programming a few months back because the ...
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Scheman v. Hopkington Basketball Association, Inc.; 30 Mass.L.Rptr. 89; Can You be Liable for Defamation by NOT Saying Something?

The practice area of torts has several types of causes of action. The most commonly considered actions are those in negligence. "In order to prevail on a claim for ordinary negligence, a ...
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Coppola v. Salitsky Alloys, Inc., 30 Mass.L.Rptr. 56; Can I Sue an Employer When I am Paid Through a Payroll Company

A case out of Worcester Superior Court on July 2, 2012 again addresses the issue of whether an injured party can bring an action against an "employer" when the employee is technically ...
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