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Delaware Judge Upholds Dismissal Call in Softball Injury Lawsuit

A Delaware judge has refused to overturn her decision to toss a lawsuit by a paralegal who said he was targeted for retaliation after being injured while playing on his law firm’s softball team and filing a workers’ compensation claim. Superior

Delaware Judge Upholds Dismissal Call in Softball Injury Lawsuit2020-08-03T13:26:45-04:00

Miles Industries Recalls Gas Fireplaces Due to Burn and Laceration Hazards

This recall involves two models of Valor H5 propane gas fireplaces:  Model 1150ILP with serial number ranging from 20001 through 20365 and model 1150JLP with serial number ranging from 20366 through 21502.  The recalled fireplaces were sold in seven different trim and front

Miles Industries Recalls Gas Fireplaces Due to Burn and Laceration Hazards2020-08-03T14:13:47-04:00

Reynolds has another legal setback in Master Settlement Agreement dispute with ITG

R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. received last week another setback in a legal dispute over responsibility for about $84 million in annual Master Settlement Agreement-type payments covering four traditional cigarette brands. A three-judge District Court appeals court in Florida ruled Wednesday that Reynolds is obligated

Reynolds has another legal setback in Master Settlement Agreement dispute with ITG2020-08-02T13:10:21-04:00

Judge rules against key 3M defense in earplug lawsuit

A federal judge in Florida has harpooned a key legal defense that 3M planned to use against thousands of lawsuits accusing the company of knowingly making defective earplugs used by U.S. soldiers. Maplewood-based 3M has denied the allegations and invoked the "government contractor

Judge rules against key 3M defense in earplug lawsuit2020-07-28T18:20:13-04:00

Mass. has changed its coronavirus travel rules. Here’s what to know.

“Every traveler coming to Massachusetts no matter where they’re from has a responsibility to help keep COVID-19 out of the commonwealth.” Since late March, travelers to Massachusetts have been asked to self-quarantine for 14 days. Soon, failure to comply, or failure to show proof

Mass. has changed its coronavirus travel rules. Here’s what to know.2020-07-27T13:09:19-04:00

Covid Vaccine Front-Runner Is Months Ahead of Her Competition

The University of Oxford candidate, led by Sarah Gilbert, might be through human trials in September. AstraZeneca has lined up agreements to produce 2 billion doses. Could this be the one? In April, Sarah Gilbert’s three children, 21-year-old triplets all studying biochemistry, decided

Covid Vaccine Front-Runner Is Months Ahead of Her Competition2020-07-16T04:08:23-04:00

Crate and Barrel Recalls Parke Twin and Full Beds Due to Fall Hazard

This recall involves Crate and Barrel Parke model twin and full platform beds with a wood headboard and frame.  The following SKU numbers and colors are included in the recall.  The SKU number and “Crate and Barrel” and “Parke” are printed on the

Crate and Barrel Recalls Parke Twin and Full Beds Due to Fall Hazard2020-07-15T19:51:04-04:00

How Ski Resorts Hope to Operate Under COVID-19 This Winter

It’s only July, but in a normal year this would already be past time for avid skiers and snowboarders to have bought their passes for the upcoming season. In recent years, ski-resort operators have significantly reduced the prices for season passes, especially for

How Ski Resorts Hope to Operate Under COVID-19 This Winter2020-07-14T02:21:12-04:00