E. coli recall expanded to Walmart, Target , Starbucks. Original Post By: http://www.al.com/ By Leada Gore | email@example.com on December 02, 2015 at 9:59 AM Concerns over an E.coli outbreak has led the Food and Drug Administration to recall more than 150,000 products for sale at grocery stores and major retailers such as Walmart, Target and Costco. Read More If… Continue Reading..
E. Coli Recall Linked to Celery Expands to Over a Dozen States. Original Post by Yahoo.com/Health by Tanya Edwards December 2, 2015 A recall that started with an E. coli scare at Costco now spans more than a dozen states and includes 155,000 items such as salad kits, vegetable trays, and other prepared foods. Read More If you or someone… Continue Reading..
By Kurt Orzeck. Published on Law360, Los Angeles (October 6, 2015, 8:05 PM ET) — California Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed into law a bill that aims to close the wage gap in the Golden State and that supporters say has the toughest equal pay protections in the country. Brown’s office said in a statement on Tuesday that… Continue Reading..
Article Updated: October 5, 2015 This month’s Butte fire wrought havoc on the Calaveras County, killing two and laying waste to hundreds of residences. Though there are facts still to be gathered, some information suggests that the tragic Butte fire may have been caused by Pacific Gas & Electric Company power lines in the area. In fact, one of PG&E’s… Continue Reading..
By Kurt Orzeck Law360, Los Angeles (September 16, 2015, 5:21 PM ET) — A breast cancer survivor who claims Michaels Stores Inc. fired her after she applied for medical leave urged a California federal judge on Tuesday to certify a class of 230 disabled workers who she says are similarly situated. In a memorandum supporting her motion for class certification,… Continue Reading..