More than 500,000 water heaters were recently recalled after officials determined that “their gas burner screens can develop tears, posing a fire hazard.” According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the recall includes about “616,000 A. O. Smith Ultra-Low NOx water heaters.” The faulty water heaters were manufactured between April 8, 2011, and August 1, 2016.
Netflix Inc. and Warner Bros. Entertainment were recently hit with a lawsuit filed by the Satanic Temple. Why? Well, it turns out the organization took issue with the use of a “statue of Baphomet in the Netflix series, ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.’” According to the suit, the Temple is claiming “copyright infringement, trademark violation, and injury to business.” The suit itself was filed last Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
A voluntary recall was recently issued by Natural Life Pet Products and Nutrisca after it was discovered that their dry dog food products contain too much vitamin D. When dog food contains too much vitamin D, it may result in vitamin D toxicity.
Your law school years are past you. You have been offered a job, and you are ready to start your career. While it may seem that you have a smooth road ahead, you are about to face quite a lot of challenges specific to novice lawyers.
A wrongful death lawsuit was recently filed against a Mobile care home after an autistic man was stomped to death. The suit was filed in Mobile Circuit Court by the family of the man, Matthew Cox, who was only 21-years-old at the time of the fatal incident. According to the suit, Cox was living in the group home “when he was allegedly attacked Oct. 27 by Trent Yates, 27, an ex-convict with a history of violence and domestic abuse.” Two days after the incident, Yates was charged with murder, though that hasn’t stopped the Cox family from seeking justice.