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Blog Posts in August, 2011

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  • Class action against Groupon.com gets the green light
    Class action against Groupon.com gets the green light

    A federal judge in northern California has approved parts of a class-action lawsuit against Groupon that accuses the company of bait-and-switch advertising. The suit, filed by a San Francisco tour ...

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  • Imperial Sugar seeking $50 million to defend refinery blast lawsuits
    Imperial Sugar seeking $50 million to defend refinery blast lawsuits

    Imperial Sugar Co. on Tuesday hit two of its insurers with a suit in Texas federal court seeking to force them to provide $50 million to defend claims stemming from a refinery explosion that killed ...

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  • Jury finds for victims of salmonella outbreak at IHOP
    Jury finds for victims of salmonella outbreak at IHOP

    In a lawsuit that stems from three separate salmonella outbreaks that sickened the patrons of the International House of Pancakes in Amarillo starting in June 2008, a jury in Potter County's 320th ...

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  • Nissan Customers Complaining About Transmissions
    Nissan Customers Complaining About Transmissions

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has reportedly received numerous complaints from drivers of Nissan Frontiers, Pathfinders and Xterras about transmission failures due to ...

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  • Wrongful death lawsuit against cop reinstated
    Wrongful death lawsuit against cop reinstated

    A federal appeals court has reinstated a wrongful death lawsuit filed against a Madera, Calif., police officer who shot a man in the chest with her pistol, believing it to be her Taser. The man was ...

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  • Nurses at risk for accidental exposure to chemo drugs
    Nurses at risk for accidental exposure to chemo drugs

    Accidental exposure to highly toxic chemotherapy drugs is common among cancer nurses in the US, a new study finds. Researchers surveyed 1,339 oncology nurses in one state who work in outpatient ...

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