DNA Test Kits are a Terrible Idea for Consumers

A funny thing happened this past Christmas. My wife and I were enjoying the holidays at our in-laws, celebrating and…

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The Neutering of the CFPB Under the Trump Administration

When the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was passed in 2010, it was a sign that our…

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2018: A Year-in-Product Recalls

As 2018 winds down, many people are taking a moment to look back at the highs and lows of the…

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Apple App Store Antitrust Case Could Have Major Impact on Future Litigation

As one of the biggest companies in the world, Apple has seemingly been a lightning rod for legal disputes. The…

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Watching What You Eat: Why Foodborne Illnesses are Rising

If you happened to order a Caesar salad in a restaurant recently, you may have been surprised to find a…

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Fast Food Non-Compete Clauses Hurt Employees

Fast food restaurants are everywhere, and provide thousands of jobs to workers who often have little to no other employment…

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Despite Warnings, FDA Approves New Opioid 10 Times Stronger than Fentanyl

At a time when opioid-related overdoses kill more Americans each year than gun violence or auto accidents, many are imploring…

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What is a State of the Art Product and What are the Implications in Product Liability Law?

In product liability design defect cases, the key question is whether the design specifications of a given product create an…

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The Hidden Danger of Dietary Supplements

Whether you want to lose weight, bulk up, or perform better in the bedroom, there is no shortage of dietary…

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Report: Heartburn Drugs Linked to Kidney Damage

Chronic heartburn sufferers know how severe and uncomfortable the condition can be, with symptoms that can make eating, sleeping, and…

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