Live from your inbox, we have news on tablets that are reportedly catching fire, a company that may not be properly vetting its dog walkers, and hair dye that may be more dangerous than customers realize.
This time around we have investigations into a certain brand of leaky pipes and pipe fittings, things coal mining companies are and aren’t allowed to do, counterfeit books on Amazon, and some potentially dangerous jogging strollers.
An ongoing investigation into popular pressure cooker brands has led attorneys to believe that a defect may be causing unwarranted explosions. Plus, some tips regarding debt collection and what you can do while waiting for a settlement.
Three more auto manufacturers are now being investigated over potential transmission defects. In this issue, we also take a closer look at the litigation surrounding a couple of big-name pharmaceuticals.