Ring and the CPSC are warning consumers over certain Ring doorbells that might catch fire if they’re improperly installed.
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Juice Supplier Hit with Federal Lawsuit Over Claims it Sold Juice with Unsafe Levels of Arsenic, PatulinNovember 12, 2020
Valley Processing, a juice supplier, was recently hit with a lawsuit over claims it sold juice to lunch programs that contained unsafe levels of arsenic and patulin.
The Los Angeles Times and Tribune Publishing recently agreed to settle a lawsuit with a group of journalists over a pay dispute.
A Los Angeles police officer is suing the city over claims of sexual harassment and retaliation.
Knight Specialty Insurance recently filed a federal lawsuit in hopes to avoid a wrongful death suit that was filed against it by the estate of a former truck driver.
CBS recently announced a settlement with a former employee to end an age discrimination lawsuit.
Arches National Park was recently named in $270 million wrongful death administration claim after Esther Nakajjigo, a 25-year-old woman, was killed at the park.
LeGrange, Georgia recently agreed to settle a lawsuit over access to basic utility services.
The developer of the Greens at Chester recently agreed to settle a discrimination suit with Orange County.
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